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Public Lands Year of the River Cleanup Program

On Public Lands Day, Saturday, September 26th, the City of Cuyahoga Falls will be partnering with several communities in the Middle Cuyahoga Watershed in the coordination of a second 2009 Year of the River cleanup project. Volunteers with canoes and kayaks as well as volunteers on foot to help pull litter and debris from the Cuyahoga River are needed.


Natatorium Celebrates Forty Years

COME CELEBRATE FORTY YEARS OF FITNESS IN THE FALLS!The 40th Anniversary Celebration of the Natatorium will take place on September 19 and 20. The Natatorium has been an icon in Cuyahoga Falls, providing a sense of community while promoting the health, fitness and wellness of our citizens. Mayor Robart said, "Some people come strictly to work out; others come to begin new friendships, renew old ones, or discover new interests."


Sanitation Service Delayed over Labor Day Holiday

Service Director Valerie Wax Carr announces that Collection crews will not be working Monday, September 7, 2009 due to the Labor Day holiday. All customerscollections will be delayed one day. Refuse and recycle crews will work Tuesday through Saturday. If you have any questions, you may contact the Sanitation Department directly at (330) 971-8010.

Second Annual Crooked River All Nation Powwow

Mayor Don L. Robart of Cuyahoga Falls is pleased to announce the Second Annual Crooked River All Nation Powwow, which will take place Saturday, September 12th and Sunday, September 13th at Keyser Park located on W. Bath Road in Cuyahoga Falls. Cuyahoga Falls has a rich Native American History and the powwow is an ideal way to help educate our residents in its Native American heritage through dancing, singing, religion, and tradition,stated Mayor Robart.


Mayor Don L. Robart Announces Press Conference

Mayor Don L. Robart has scheduled a press conference for Monday, August 31, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. at Keyser Park located on W. Bath Road in Cuyahoga Falls.


Building a Better Tomorrow!

Mayor Don L. Robart invites the public to the beginning of the revitalization of the State Road Shopping Center. Demolition of the former 350,000 square foot plaza will begin on Friday, August 21, 2009.



A public demolition ceremony will be staged on the State Road side between Pizza Hut and the former Montgomery Ward Automotive Store on August 21, 2009 from 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Public parking will be available on site and visitors may access the parking lot from Portage Trail.


Senior Snow Watch Application Deadline Approaching

Valerie Wax Carr, Director of Public Service, would like to remind all senior citizen residents of the City that there is still time to sign up for the Senior Snow Watch Program.



In order to participate, seniors must be at least 65 years old without an able bodied person living in their home with them. Residents who are less than 65 but are permanently and totally disabled may also qualify for this free program. Driveways must be concrete or asphalt.


Mayor Encourages Summertime Blood Donations to Honor First Responders

The City of Cuyahoga Falls is sponsoring a Red Cross blood drive on Thursday, August 6th, from 1 pm to 7 pm at the Cuyahoga Falls Natatorium.



Mayor Don Robart encourages all residents to participate in this special blood drive. "This is our annual 'Badges for Blood' Red Cross blood drive, whereby we honor the men and women in our local police and fire departments who put their lives on the line every day."


City Of Cuyahoga Falls Announces Community Photo Contest

To celebrate the City of Cuyahoga Falls national recognition as one of the TOP 100 communities in the country, residents are invited to engage their photography skills to take and submit a photo for entry in a Community Pride Photo Contest. The guidelines are as follows:



1. Photo should be taken and submitted by a resident of Cuyahoga Falls who is not a professional photographer. All ages are invited to participate.

2. Photo contest theme is "The Best of My Home Town". A community event, program, or amenity of the community that

Cuyahoga Falls Offers Paperless Utility Billing

Mayor Don L. Robart announces a new cost saving initiative that offers City of Cuyahoga Falls utility customers the option of receiving their utility bills online. Utility customers will now have the option to receive email notification that their utility bill is due instead of receiving a paper bill in the mail. The email notification will include the customer's mailing address and service account number, current charges, amount due, payment date and a link to the City Web site to view additional billing information.