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Riverside Drive Shared-Use Path Public Meeting

5-6:30 pm, Tuesday, June 11 Public Service Center, 4100 Roberts Road The City’s Engineering Division has scheduled an open-house-style public meeting on the evening of Tuesday, June 11 to share preliminary designs for a new shared-use path along Riverside Drive, from Lane Avenue to Trabue Road. Interested residents are encouraged to stop by the Public Service Center at 4100 Roberts…

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Pride Month in UA

June is globally recognized as Pride Month, a time of celebration and reflection for members of the LGBTQ+ community. Born out of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in New York, the first Pride March took place on June 27, 1970 to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the uprising and to demonstrate for equal rights. Over the years, Pride Day grew into…

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Pools Closed Due to Inclement Weather

Due to inclement weather conditions, all City of Upper Arlington pools will be closed on Wednesday, May 29, 2024, for open swim hours. This includes Devon Pool, Tremont Pool, and Reed Road Water Park. Ensuring the safety of our residents and visitors is our top priority, and this decision is made with that in mind. We plan to reopen all…

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Fishinger Road Reconstruction Project to Close Several Residential Streets

The next phase of the Fishinger Road reconstruction project is set to begin, impacting several residential streets until early August. The project, which involves removing the roadway base on the south side of Fishinger Road, will begin near Mountview Road and move westward. This phase is part of ongoing efforts to stabilize the road and improve infrastructure. Street Closures: Ramsgate…

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Tire Take Back Events to Help Prevent Mosquito-Borne Diseases

Scrap tires pose a significant health risk to our community by creating ideal breeding grounds for mosquitoes, which can carry deadly diseases such as the West Nile Virus. To address this pressing issue, the City of Columbus and Franklin County are hosting a series of tire take back events, providing residents with a convenient and free way to dispose of…

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Good Neighbor Guidelines for Outdoor Noise

The City of Upper Arlington regulates noise in the community in two ways: Noise Ordinance In general, Section 517.14 of City Code prohibits anyone from making “unreasonably loud, disturbing and unnecessary noises of such a character, intensity and duration as to disturb the peace and quiet of the community...”  Without an Outdoor Entertainment Permit, the City considers noise above 60…

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Upper Arlington Police Division Promotes New Sergeant and Lieutenant

The Upper Arlington Police Division is proud to announce the promotion of two officers, recognizing their outstanding service and commitment to the Upper Arlington community. Lieutenant Jason Amweg and Sergeant Christopher Bibler have been promoted to new roles within the Division, showcasing their exceptional skills and leadership qualities. Lieutenant Jason Amweg brings a wealth of experience to his new role,…

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2024 Wall of Honor Ceremony

The May 19 Wall of Honor Ceremony was a success, with the lives of two distinguished former UA residents celebrated by family and friends. “Dr. Link” Murphy moved to Upper Arlington in 1928 and brought his medical practice to the community in 1961. In his early years as a physician, he could be found most mornings at one of several…

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Register for e-News and Text Updates From the City

The local news media landscape is not what it used to be, with fewer ways to stay current on what’s happening in your community. Recognizing this trend, the City has increased its efforts to share regular updates with residents. Below are some convenient options available to you using your smartphone. City Insight e-News Our weekly e-newsletter is the best way…

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UAFD Welcomes New Firefighter/Paramedic

The Upper Arlington Fire Division is proud to welcome a new firefighter/paramedic into its ranks. Seth Ochs was sworn in on May 17, 2024, during a ceremony at Fire Station 72. Fire Chief Chris Zimmer was joined by City Manager Steve Schoeny and other Fire Division officials to administer the oath of office, marking the beginning of his journey with…

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UA Civic Association Memorial Day Run

5K Start Time: 8:30 am 1-Mile Start Time: 8:35 am The Upper Arlington Civic Association’s popular Memorial Day Run will soon be here, scheduled for the morning of Monday, May 27. Designed for both serious and casual runners, participants can choose to run a 5K course through the neighborhood to the west of the Reed Road Fire Station or a…

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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: UA24-51: Bid Title: 2024 Sidewalk Maintenance Program (Re-bid) - closes 9 am, May 30 Bid Number: UA24-49: Bid Title: Sustainable Sewer Solutions - closes 9 am, May 31 Bid Number: UA24-52: Bid Title: Sign…

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2024 Upper Arlington Farmers Market

3:30-6:30 pm, Wednesdays Starting May 15 The Upper Arlington Farmers Market opens for the season today, along Dorset Road, between the Tremont Center and St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, with a new time of 3:30-6:30 pm. Throughout the summer and into early fall, UA’s Farmers Market will take place every Wednesday, rain or shine. We hope you can join us each…

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Lock it, Hide it, Protect it: Tips to Prevent Property-Related Crimes

As the warmer seasons settle in, law enforcement agencies throughout Central Ohio regularly notice an uptick in property-related crimes. Among the most common offenses are car break-ins and thefts, often targeting vehicles left unlocked, valuables left visible, and garage doors left open. Fortunately, there are simple precautions residents can take to protect their belongings and minimize the risk of falling…

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