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Public Service Center
Public Service Center
Public Service Center
PUBLIC SERVICE CENTER

The Public Service Center houses the Electrical Division, Engineering Division, Fleet Maintenance and Public Works Division at our Roberts Road Facility.

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Property Maintenance (11)

Yes there are. Residents may conduct one garage/yard sale per residence during any six-month period not to exceed three consecutive days or two consecutive days on two consecutive weekends. Sales may be conducted between the hours of 8 am and 8 pm. No permit is required.

Yes. Fences can be placed on the property line. Fences require a permit and property surveys are recommended but not required with the submission of a fence permit.

No. The City of Upper Arlington does not survey properties. You must contact a private survey company.

No. Dumpsters may be on the property without a permit. They may not be placed in the street or in the City’s Right of Way. Once the dumpster is full it must be emptied.

Bulk items are collected on your regular collection day; please have the item(s) at your curb by 7 am on your regular collection day. Some large appliances and items containing Freon may incur additional charges for collection, and mattresses & box springs must be wrapped in plastic for bulk pick-up. For questions about what items are accepted, please contact Local Waste Services at 614-583-5370 (option 2).

Five (5) days in a 30 day period for loading or unloading.

24 Hours. Motor vehicles parked on the street are a Police Division matter. Please call the Upper Arlington Police Division Non-Emergency number at 614-459-2800 to report.

Ten (10″) inches in height.

Yes. City Code allows the parking of a motor vehicle on the grass for four (4) hours in a 24 hour period.

Maximum fence height is six (6′) feet. The fence posts must be six feet-six inches (6′ 6″) tall.

The City does not regulate signs by content. Temporary signs placed in the City’s Right of Way may be impounded by the City. Browse our City Code for further information.

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The City’s website is designed to provide 24/7 access to useful information about City departments, services, public meetings, special projects, events, legislation and more. If you are unable to find what you are looking for on this page or in our FAQ section, please complete the webform below. It will be directed straight to staff in the department listed above.

The City also offers a convenient means for residents to report issues such as potholes, broken streetlights, property maintenance issues and parks damage through our UA Click2Fix smartphone app, available from AppleApp or GooglePlay.

PLEASE NOTE: This is not an emergency reporting system. Requests are addressed during regular work hours of 8 am-5 pm, Monday-Friday. If you need to report an emergency situation, please call 9-1-1.

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