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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:  Bid Number: UA24-57 Artificial Intelligence Sewer Observation Coding - Closes 3 pm, July 23 Bid Number: UA24-58 Sanitary Sewer Inspection and Cleaning - Closes 11 am, July 24 Bid Number: UA24-59 Well Pump Replacement System - Closes…

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Scheduled Road Pavement Repairs

July 19, 2024 Please be advised that the City's Public Works Division will be conducting a series of asphalt repairs at various locations the week of July 22, per the following schedule (weather permitting): Monday, July 22 Northam Road at Tremont Road – Eastbound traffic on Northam Road will be closed between Tremont Road and York Road. If this work…

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Kingsdale Parking Garage Construction Updates

The Kingsdale Parking Garage construction team has been given permission to conduct a series of extended and overnight work sessions to complete several critical stages in the project. All planned extended hours are weather permitting. Large Concrete Pours - Updated Schedule The delivery of concrete for the remaining series of large pours will begin between 3-5 am on the following…

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Discover the Culinary Delights of Upper Arlington During 614 Restaurant Week

Upper Arlington is gearing up to celebrate its rich culinary diversity during the much-anticipated 614 Restaurant Week, from July 22 to July 27, 2024. This exciting summer event puts local businesses at the forefront, allowing them to showcase their gastronomic prowess and delight food enthusiasts from across central Ohio. Participating restaurants are going all out to provide diners with a…

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Utility Bill Reminder

Second City Utility Invoice for 2024

TRANSACTION FEE NOTICE: The Finance Department has implemented a 2% technology fee for the processing of credit card and eCheck payments, resulting from recent system updates that have increased the fees charged to the City. To help manage these higher costs, we are passing on a portion of the fees to those who choose the convenience of online payments, similar…

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New UAPD Officers Graduate from Training Academy

The City of Upper Arlington proudly welcomes Officer Ricardo Felix and Officer Alexia Gorsuch to the Upper Arlington Police Division. Both recently graduated from the Columbus Police Training Academy as part of the 144th Recruit Class on July 12, 2024. During their rigorous 30-week training, both officers mastered crucial skills from patrol procedures to emergency medical care. Their training also…

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Party On The Plaza

Join Us for Party on the Plaza

6-9 pm, Thursday, July 18 Municipal Services Center, 3600 Tremont Road UA Parks & Rec invites you to embrace the spirit of summer by joining us for Party on the Plaza, on the evening of Thursday, July 18 at the Municipal Services Center “point,” on Tremont and Kenny roads. Enjoy a fun evening packed with fantastic live music, delicious food,…

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Police Lights

Police Safety Reminders: Vehicle Safety

The City’s Police Division received an uptick in calls about stolen vehicles and thefts from vehicles over the Fourth of July holiday. No doubt community members were focused on their holiday plans with family and friends and paying less attention to the simple steps everyone can take to help keep their valuables safe. Here are some reminders that we all…

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Water Quality Partner

UA Businesses Encouraged to Join the Water Quality Partner Program

Since 2014, the Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District’s Water Quality Partner Program has been helping local businesses understand and implement stormwater best practices, ensuring that their business protocols comply with local and state requirements. Specifically, the program was developed to help businesses that are too small to have compliance professionals on staff. By taking the Water Quality Partner Pledge,…

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Reed Road Water Park Temporarily Closed

Due to unforeseen plumbing issues, Reed Road Water Park will be closed Friday, July 5, 2024. We understand this may disrupt your plans, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We are pleased to inform residents that Reed Road Water Park will be operational again on Saturday, July 6, 2024. In the meantime, all other City of Upper…

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Duplexes

City Enacts Source of Income Anti-Discrimination Legislation

Upper Arlington City Council recently approved making amendments to the City’s non-discrimination ordinance to include source of income protections for housing rentals. Ordinance 38-2024, which takes effect mid-July, updates relevant sections of Chapter 525 – Unlawful Discriminatory Practices – of the City’s Code of Ordinances. This new provision prohibits landlords from discriminating against renters who rely on income sources other…

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Mayor’s Court Date Change

Mayor’s Court for the City of Upper Arlington has been rescheduled from Thursday, July 4, 2024, to Wednesday, July 3, 2024 at 1 pm. This is due to the Fourth of July holiday. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. For more information, please contact the Clerk of Courts at 614-583-5060, Monday-Friday from 8 am-5…

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Holiday Hours for Parks & Rec Facilities

As we approach the Fourth of July holiday, we want to remind you about a change in hours at our Parks & Recreation facilities. Please take note of the following schedule changes (Note: we recently updated these hours from what has previously been published - of note, Northam Tennis will now be closed on July 3 to accommodate fireworks setup):…

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Thank UACA, Staff, Happy Fourth

Celebrating Independence Day – UA Style!

It’s no secret that UA knows how to put on an incredible Independence Day celebration, thanks to the hard work of the all-volunteer UA Civic Association (UACA). With this year’s theme – Back in Black and Gold, featuring Margie Pizzuti, a longtime community service leader as the Parade Grand Marshal – the community’s Fourth of July traditions are not to…

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