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Movies In The Parks

Movies in the Parks Summer Series

Grab some friends and experience the joy of movie watching in the great outdoors together. Each year, the City’s Parks & Recreation Department partners with the Upper Arlington Civic Association to host a series of movie showings at local parks. The remainder of the summer schedule is as follows: • Friday, June 24 – Free Willy @ Thompson Park South…

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2022 Community Survey

Every so often, the City surveys residents to gauge how we’re doing in terms of the services we provide, and to identify where adjustments might be needed to stay in tune with the desires of the community. We are currently in the implementation stages of the 2022 Community Survey process. Fifteen hundred randomly selected households were recently mailed a letter…

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St. Agatha Fundraiser

Fireworks Safety a Top Priority in UA

By UA Fire Captain Alan Thompson The Fourth of July in Upper Arlington is without peer. The City celebrates with a first class parade and an outstanding fireworks display. There is a Party in the Park with great live music and top notch food. There are class reunions, baseball games, block parties and more. Unfortunately, the week surrounding the Fourth…

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Golf Cart

Under-Speed/Golf Cart Vehicle Regulations

A popular trend in UA is the rental of golf carts for use over the Fourth of July holiday period. It sounds like a fun idea, but as this practice has grown, safety issues have increasingly been a concern for our Police and Fire divisions. In 2019 City Council adopted Ordinance 41-2019, authorizing residents’ use of code-compliant, under-speed vehicles year-round,…

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Treatment for Spongy Moths Planned in UA by the Ohio Department of Agriculture

The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) has scheduled aerial treatments to control populations of the spongy moth (formerly referred to as the gypsy moth) in the Upper Arlington area between June 15-17, weather permitting. Treatments are administered by a low-flying yellow aircraft, approximately 100 feet above the treetops. The treatment used is Splat GM-O – an organic, biodegradable lure that…

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Juneteenth Recognition Program

6-6:45 pm, Monday, June 13 Municipal Services Center, 3600 Tremont Road We invite you to join members of City Council and the Community Relations Committee in front of the Municipal Building for a UA Juneteenth recognition program and the raising of the Juneteenth flag. The program begins with a reception at 6 pm in the Concourse, featuring light refreshments, and…

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Fourth Party

Fourth of July Holiday Planning Reminders

With UA’s favorite day of the year just around the corner, we have some useful information to share with the community as you plan your Fourth Weekend and day-of activities. Block Parties If your neighborhood is planning to host a block party on the Fourth of July, the deadline for submitting your permit application is Friday, June 24. The $50…

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Upper Arlington Pride

1-5 pm, Sunday, June 5 Mallway Park After successfully hosting its first UA Pride event in 2021, Rainbow UA has expanded its plans for this year’s UA Pride, moving the event to the Mallway on Arlington Avenue, and putting together an afternoon packed with activities and entertainment. Thanks to the support of many local businesses, UA Pride will include art,…

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Proposed Fairlington Heights Condominium Project

The Fairlington Heights rezoning and condominium project has been working its way through the public review process since February. At the May 18 Board of Zoning & Planning Meeting, the Board voted to recommend to Council its support for a revised proposal. Located at the northeast corner of Fishinger Road and Fairlington Drive – adjacent to the Scioto View Shopping…

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Upper Arlington Foundation Impact Report

The philanthropy of the Upper Arlington Foundation and its donors can be found in numerous projects and places across our community. Since its founding, the Foundation has embraced many opportunities to collaborate with various entities to enhance programs, services and public facilities. In May, the Foundation’s Board of Trustees hosted its Annual Meeting, at which time a Special Impact Report…

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Proposed Neighborhood Compatibility Policy

The beauty and quality of Upper Arlington’s homes and neighborhoods are a source of pride for residents. As the homes have aged and UA’s desirability as a premier residential community remains strong, some property owners choose to invest in major home additions or to raze the old and invest in a new-build home that better meets their needs. In recent…

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