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Community Center Update

The vision for the UA Community Center is coming into focus! Floorplans and initial renderings of the space were shared with the community on February 17. The project team is spending the next several weeks gathering feedback on the plans. Several sessions are planned where the community will be able to review the plans with members of the project team.…

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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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PLAY UA Financial Assistance Program

Upper Arlington’s Parks & Recreation Department is excited to announce the launch of the PLAY UA Financial Assistance Program, designed to support community members who face financial barriers that may prevent them from participating in the department’s programs. PLAY UA builds upon previous efforts to provide access to recreation programs for all in the community, such as the Recreation FUNd…

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UAHS Natatorium

Sunday Swim Is Back

With completion of the new High School, UA Parks & Recreation is pleased to announce the return of Sunday Swim, running most Sundays now through May 15, between the hours of 1-3 pm. You can either register for the entire season at the bargain price of $18 for Residents or $24 for Non-Residents, or you can pre-register by the day…

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Community Relations Innovation Small Grant Program

Upper Arlington is a community that values diversity, welcomes everyone and desires to ensure that anyone who lives in UA, works in UA or visits UA feels included and at home. To build on those qualities, the City of Upper Arlington created the Community Relations Committee in 2020. Comprised of nine community volunteers, the CRC’s purpose is to “promote understanding, mutual respect and a…

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Council Chambers

City Council Update

On Monday January 10, City Council will hold the 2022 Organizational Meeting and Swearing-In of: Kathy Adams Ukeme Awakessien Jeter Brian Close Jim Lynch The meeting will begin at 6:30 PM. Due to COVID, residents are encouraged to attend virtually via zoom at // Well wishes can be shared with Council at [email protected] or on the City’s Facebook Page.

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Fishinger Rd Phase II

Fishinger Road Phase II Project

The Fishinger Road Phase II project will enhance Fishinger Road from Riverside Drive (US 33) to approximately 400 ft. west of Mountview Road, where it will connect with the Phase I improvement project, to provide a continuation of the roadway and pedestrian improvements associated with the Fishinger Road corridor. Phase II of the project will: Improve pavement and curb and…

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Upper Arlington Community Foundation Launches Community Center Capital Campaign

The City is preparing to begin the detailed design process for the Upper Arlington Community Center, with plans for seeking City Council authorization to contract with the preferred design team on August 23. In true UA fashion, this process will include plenty of opportunities for resident involvement and we encourage you to watch for updates in the weeks ahead. As…

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Short Term Rentals

Short-Term Home or Apartment Rental Prohibition Reminder

As various trends brought about by smartphone apps sweep across the nation, the impacts—both positive and negative—aren’t always apparent at the onset. In the case of private home and apartment short-term rentals—which have been on the rise in the Central Ohio region—a review of this trend in 2018-2019 ultimately resulted in the City’s decision to uphold the prohibition of this…

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The Walk

Solicitation Permits

Entities wishing to go door-to-door attempting to sell residents a good or service, or to solicit other donations must first secure a Peddling/Solicitation Permit from the City. The following set of guidelines and requirements apply: Any organization wishing to go door-to-door at private residences in Upper Arlington in order to sell a good or service or to solicit donations of…

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Neighborhood Compatibility

The beauty and quality of UA’s homes and neighborhoods are a source of pride for residents. As the homes have aged and Upper Arlington’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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Pulse Point App

Fire Division’s PulsePoint Program

Each year, approximately 350,000 cardiac arrests occur outside the hospital setting in the United States. Nearly 90% of these events prove fatal and the chance of survival decreases by 10% with every passing minute without CPR. In an effort to make every second county, the Fire Division has a partnership with PulsePoint, a mobile app that empowers everyday citizens to…

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