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PLAY UA Financial Assistance Program

“Without the assistance I received I would not have registered [my son] for the soccer camps. I'm so grateful that there was a way to assist me so I can still send him without placing more financial burden on me. I really appreciate it and I want you to know you made a difference in my life, it helped me…

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Community Center Parking Map

Parking Update for the Bob Crane Community Center

Construction on the Bob Crane Community Center continues to be on track and within budget, and the excitement is mounting in anticipation of a Spring 2025 grand opening. Making sure the Community Center and surrounding Kingsdale Mixed-Use development has adequate public parking available to meet the district’s needs has been a priority throughout the planning process. As initial design ideas…

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Black History Month

Stories of Resilience: Black History Month Event at UA Library

Stories of Resilience: Black History Journey Through the Arts 2-4 pm, Saturday, February 24 PLUS: 1:30 pm Artist Talk Tremont Library, 2800 Tremont Road UA is celebrating Black History Month with a family-friendly event – Stories of Resilience: Black History Journey Through the Arts – on the afternoon of Saturday, February 24 at the Tremont Library, 2800 Tremont Road. We…

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Mean Girls

UA Stage Presents “Mean Girls” for Older Adults

**Update: Reservations for the UA Stage performance are currently full. Since 2013, the Upper Arlington Civic Association has been treating UA older adults to a dinner and sneak preview of the Upper Arlington High School Vocal Music Program’s latest musical offering. For 2024, UA residents aged 60-plus and current 2024 members of the Upper Arlington Senior Center are invited to attend…

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CRC Grant

2024 Community Relations Innovation Grant Recipients Announced

The Community Relations Innovation Small Grant Program was established in 2022 to support community-based, innovative approaches to fulfilling the Community Relation Committee’s (CRC) Purpose, Mission and Vision. That year, two grants were awarded – to Rainbow UA for their UA Pride event, and to the Upper Arlington Schools for their Longest Table community discussion. The 2023 grant program grew in…

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Tri-village Packers

Tri-Village Packers Program Expanding to Support Children Over Spring Break

Formed in 2023, the community partnership known as the Tri-Village Packers exceeded its goals for supporting children who are experiencing food insecurity in both Upper Arlington and Grandview Heights over the 2023 Thanksgiving holiday. Thanks to the combined efforts of several community service groups, in collaboration with Upper Arlington and Grandview city and schools representatives and generous donations from the…

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Thompson Playground Final Design

New Thompson Park Playground Update

Our sincere thanks to everyone who provided us with feedback on the new Thompson Park Playground. The design has been finalized and our playground vendor - Midstates Recreation - will be onsite this spring to install the new playground, with plans for completion in time for the 2024 Summer Camp. Check our project webpage to view the full set of…

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Municipal Services Center Winter

Winter Weather Reminders

While we’ve already had a taste or two of wintry weather, the next couple of months typically include their fair share of snowstorms. To help all in our community navigate the season safely, we have a few winter weather updates and reminders to share with you. Snow Removal The City provides exceptional snow removal services, with the aim of returning…

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2022 City Council Members

2024 Upper Arlington City Council

The first official business of the year for Upper Arlington City Council was focused on welcoming its newest members and selecting Council leadership for the next two years. Heidi Munc and Todd Walter were sworn into office for their first terms on City Council, and John Kulewicz was sworn into office for his second term. Council members selected Ukeme Awakessien…

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Finance AAA Rating

City Achieves Top Financial Ratings When Issuing Bonds for Office Space at the Bob Crane Community Center

For the 16th consecutive time, the City has achieved exceptional financial ratings from two national agencies for two bond issuances. For an issuance of special obligation nontax revenue bonds to fund the construction of the leasable office portion of the Bob Crane Community Center, S&P Global assigned its top AAA rating and Moody’s Investor Service assigned the second highest rating…

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Veterans Mallway At Night

2024 Community Calendar

As a service to the community, the City of Upper Arlington hosts an online Community Calendar on the City’s website.  In the month of December, we will be transitioning the Community Calendar to a new platform. As a result, the calendar will be temporarily unavailable, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Our temporary solution is to provide…

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Firefighters 4 Kids

Firefighters for Kids Toy Drive

9 am-3 pm, Saturday, December 9 Station 72, 3861 Reed Road It’s official. The holiday season has arrived. As you turn your focus to the task of gift shopping, in the spirit of the season of giving it’s important that we all remember those who are less fortunate than us. On Saturday, December 9, the City’s Fire Division is hosting…

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