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2022 Construction Updates

November 29 Wakefield Forest Traffic Calming Improvements Virtual Meeting Meeting Date: 5:30 pm, Thursday, December 8, 2022 Join Zoom Meeting: // Join by Phone: 877 853 5257 (Toll-Free) Meeting ID: 853 1670 4199| Passcode: 354881 The City of Upper Arlington Engineering Division invites you to a public meeting to discuss the proposed Wakefield Forest Traffic Calming Improvements. The meeting will…

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Construction Open Bid

Open Online – Bids, RFPs & RFQs

The City of Upper Arlington currently has Open Bids, Request for Proposals (RFP) or Request for Qualifications (RFQ) on the following goods and services:  Postage Meter Lease and Maintenance Services - close 11/30 at 11 am Northam Park Phase 3 - close 12/2 at 3 pm Pre-bid meeting will be held on November 10 at 1:00 P.M. EDT, Northam Park, 2070…

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Parking Restrictions

Turkey Trot Traffic Restrictions

The Turkey Trot is this Thursday. Due to the race the following traffic restrictions will be in place from 8 am - Noon: Lane Avenue will be CLOSED TO THROUGH TRAFFIC between Northwest Boulevard and North Star Road. Access will be permitted to parking areas around the Lane Avenue Shopping Center. North Star Road will be CLOSED TO THROUGH TRAFFIC…

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Sports Field Turf Management Update

November 7, 2022 Athletic field maintenance activities are scheduled to take place this week for all the sports fields in Thompson, Sunny 95, Fancyburg, Northam, Miller and Northwest Kiwanis parks. The work includes the application of a weed-killing pesticide known as Tzone. Full details of this work can be found on our Turf Management Program , and signage will be…

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Council Chamber Seal

Ordinance No. 69-2022 (2278 Wickliffe Easement Vacation)

Notice of Public Hearing for Ordinance No. 69-2022 Upper Arlington City Council will consider a request to vacate a 14.5’ easement located along the eastern portion of 2278 Wickliffe Rd, Parcel ID No. 070-005125-00. Public Comment is permitted during the Council Meeting held in the Municipal Services Center, 3600 Tremont Rd., on November 21, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.

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Mosquito Spraying Scheduled

Mosquito Spraying Scheduled for Upper Arlington North Begins @ 8:30 pm, Thursday, September 8, weather permitting All Areas North of McCoy Road Franklin County Public Health has advised us that they will be conducting mosquito spraying activities during the overnight hours of Thursday, September 8, weather permitting, for all areas north of McCoy Road. The decision to spray is based…

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Upcoming Kingsdale Extended Work Hours

Continental Building Company has been granted permission to work outside the normal hours allowed, to conduct a series of large concrete pours for the parking garage that will be part of the apartment building. Extended hours will be from 4 am-11 pm for the following dates (contingency dates are also included in the event of weather or construction delays): Thursday,…

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Arlington Gateway Construction Updates

September 1, 2022 NOTICE OF AFTER HOURS WORK Continental Building Company has been granted permission to work outside the normal hours allowed, to conduct another series of large concrete pours at the project site. Extended hours will be from 4 am-11 pm for the following dates (contingency dates are also included in the event of weather or construction delays): Friday,…

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Northam Tennis Courts

Northam Park Athletic Fields & Tennis Improvements Update

The City is in the early stages of implementing a series of athletic fields and tennis improvements at Northam Park, with the majority of parks Capital Improvement Program funds dedicated to Northam improvements over the next five years. These improvements are being implemented in accordance with the recommendations of the Northam Park Vision Plan that was completed in 2021. The…

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Parks & Recreation Summer Updates

Friday, August 12 End of Season & Back to School Pool Updates As we near the end of outdoor pool season, and many of our aquatics workforce start to focus on their return to school/college, we must make some adjustments to our pool schedule. See the chart below for pool hours and activities for August 13-16: Tremont Pool Back to…

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Murder Case Closed After Four Decades

The City of Upper Arlington’s Police Chief, Steve Farmer, has announced that the Police Division has resolved and closed a decades-old cold case homicide with the help of DNA technology. The body of the eight-year-old victim, Asenath Dukat, was discovered on June 3, 1980 in a creek bed located on the grounds of First Community Village. Chief Farmer stated that…

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Semi-Annual Utility Bills Heading to UA Households

The second of two semi-annual utility invoices from the City for 2022 has been mailed to UA households, with a due date of Friday, July 29. These invoices include the Solid Waste fee, the Stormwater Utility fee, and in some cases a Neighborhood Lighting Utility fee. All fees remain the same for 2022. The Finance Desk is open to walk-in…

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Power Outage Updates

Updated 8:00 am, Friday, June 17 The region has been experiencing intermittent power outages resulting from recent storms and exceptionally high temperatures. This resource page outlines the City’s contingency plans and available community resources. It will be kept updated as new information comes available, so please check back. If you have questions, concerns or need assistance, please call our main…

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UA Green Team

This year, we would like to introduce you to our Green Team for Earth Day. This group’s focus is to prioritize a shift to implementing environmentally- and sustainability-appropriate practices throughout the City. The team was formed in response to the City’s master plan that set a goal of maintaining and developing a more sustainable, walkable and competitive Upper Arlington in…

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Ready For Change Sign

Ready for a Change?

Ready for a Change? Fairlington Heights Condominium Project Plans have been submitted to the City’s Community Development Department for the proposed rezoning of four residential properties at the northeast corner of Fishinger Road and Fairlington Drive – adjacent to the Scioto View Shopping Center on Riverside Drive – to accommodate a redevelopment of 29 condominiums. Check here for project details.

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