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Everyone Loves a Parade!

Mayor Don L. Robart and Bicentennial Chairman Jeff Iula invite one and all to the Cuyahoga Falls Bicentennial Parade taking place on Saturday, August 11th with over 160 units participating!  After an exciting starting signal, the Parade will step off at 10 a.m. on Portage Trail near Bolich Middle School, traveling 1.4 miles and ending at Front Street and Oakwood Boulevard. 

Get Your Bicentennial Historical House Tour Tickets NOW!

The History & Legacy Committee of the Cuyahoga Falls Bicentennial is hosting a Historical House Tour on Saturday, August 4, 2012.  For just $10 a person ($15 on day of tour), you will get to tour 10 historic homes and venues in Cuyahoga Falls, most built over 100 years ago! They feature unique woodwork, high ceilings, antique cabinets, rounded door openings and original flooring.

Water Works Family Aquatic Center Closed - 7/26/12

Due to inclement weather, Water Works Family Aquatics Center is closed today and will reopen tomorrow. Water Works Members may swim at the Natatorium for $1 per person during open swim hours.

Commemorative Cat's Meow Pieces For Sale

In celebration of the Cuyahoga Falls Bicentennial, Mayor Don L. Robart designated the historic Keyser Barn renovation as the Bicentennial legacy project. The Bicentennial Executive Committee announces the availability to purchase a commemorative Cat's Meow piece of the 2012 Keyser Bicentennial Barn. 

Cuyahoga Falls Accepting Nominations for Hall of Fame

Do you know someone who would be a perfect candidate for our Bicentennial Hall of Fame? We are looking to recognize persons that have lived in Cuyahoga Falls who have played a significant role in our community. Maybe you know of someone who is/was a member of our armed forces, a community leader, teacher, or became famous? To nominate them, please send us the following information: Your name, contact information and who you are nominating and what their connection is to Cuyahoga Falls. Then tell us why they should be included in our Hall of Fame.

Bicentennial Interfaith Service

The community is invited to a public prayer service, "Coming Together at the River" at Falls River Square on August 12 at 2:00 pm, as part of the Cuyahoga Falls Bicentennial Celebration.

Various clergy from First United Methodist Church, Islamic Society of Akron and Kent, St. Luke's Lutheran Church, FirstChristian Church, Community of Believers , and Broadman Baptist Church will speak and special music will be provided by Chapel Hill Church.

Water Works Family Aquatic Center and All City Wading Pools Closed Today

Due to inclement weather, Water Works Family Aquatics Center is closed today and will reopen tomorrow.  Water Works Members may swim at the Natatorium for $1 per person during open swim hours.

All city wading pools will also be closed today due to inclement weather.

City Wading Pools to Close Early on Thursday 7/26

On Thursday, July 26 all six wading pools will close at 2:00 pm. Please come see us at the 45th Annual Carnival at Newberry School Park from 3 till 8 p.m. Petting zoo, pony rides, magician, face painting, tons of inflatables and carnival games. If you have any questions please call the Parks and Recreation Office at 330-971-8225.

Boil Alert Due To Water Main Repair

On Monday, July 16, 2012, following a water main repair, the water dropped below pressure. Therefore, as a safeguard in accordance to EPA regulations, a BOIL ALERT has been issued for only the east side of State Road between Hunter Parkway and Cochran Road until Wednesday, July 18, 2012 at 9:00 p.m.. To ensure safety, please boil your water for a minimum of two minutes.

Bicentennial Photo Opportunity

Mayor Don L. Robart would like to invite all residents to join in celebrating our Bicentennial year by getting your picture taken at our one-of-a-kind photo site in Cuyahoga Falls located under the Portage Trail bridge near Samira's restaurant.