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Portions of Wyoga Lake Rd to Close

Valerie Wax Carr, Director of Public Service would like to alert residents and motorists that beginning on Monday, June 8, 2009, several culvert pipes on Wyoga Lake Road between Steels Corners Road and Graham Road will be replaced. This required work is in anticipation of the planned repaving of this section of Wyoga Lake Road later this year. These excavations will require the daytime closure of Wyoga Lake Road from Steels Corners Road to Graham Road. This work should take approximately one week to complete.


City to Accept Beautification Nominations

Mayor Don L. Robart has announced that the City of Cuyahoga Falls will be accepting nominations from citizens for the City's Beautification Awards Program. Anyone interested in nominating a residence or business located within the City should do so by August 1, 2009.



Nominees will be judged on the attractiveness of their landscaping with particular regard to their use of flowers, ornamental trees and shrubbery. The Cuyahoga Falls Tree Board will choose the winners and awards will be distributed by Mayor Don L. Robart in September.


Cuyahoga Falls Dedicates Highway to Fallen Soldiers

Valerie Wax Carr, Director of Public Service would like to announce that the City of Cuyahoga Falls will officially be dedicating State Route 59 to our local fallen soldiers, Bryan W. Large and Justin T. Walsh. The dedication ceremony will take place on Route 59 (Front Street), across from Acme, on Monday, May 18, 2009 at 1:30 p.m. We will officially unveil the new signs at that time. Sergeant Bryan W. Large Memorial Highway designates the northbound portion of State Route 59, between the Kent Road exit and the border of Cuyahoga Falls and Silver Lake. Sergeant Justin T.

2009 River Day Cleanup

In recognition of 2009 as Year of the River, Service Director Valerie Wax Carr announces that volunteers are invited to participate in the 2009 City of Cuyahoga Falls River Day Cleanup and Beautification project scheduled for Saturday, May 16, 2009 from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


PLAN A STAYCATION WITH PARKS & RECREATION!

SUMMERPAC IS BACK!Summerpac is back! You can save fuel this summer and vacation close to home with Cuyahoga Falls Parks and Recreation summerpac stay-cation packages. You save not only on the gas, but on some fabulous summer recreation right here in your own backyard!


Last Chance to Save BIG on Water Works Season Passes!

If you like saving money, a season pass to Water Works Family Aquatic Center this summer should be at the top of your list. Season passes are on sale now at the Natatorium, and you can save up to 30% if you buy before end of day April 30. At Water Works, you can leap into 520,000 gallons of pure water park fun. Enjoy the zero depth pool, drop slides, water slides, regulation competition swimming lanes, lazy river, picnic areas and concessions. Water Works truly has something for everyone.

Recycling Collection Expands to Include Household Plastics Numbered 1- 7

Service Director, Valerie Wax Carr is pleased to announce that the City of Cuyahoga Falls is expanding recycling collections to include all household plastic containers numbered 1 7. The number which indicates the type of plastic is typically located at, or near the bottom of the plastic container. Residents are encouraged to include all plastic soda bottles, salad dressing bottles, milk/water jugs, laundry/cleaning products containers, and shampoo bottles for recycling.


Cuyahoga Falls Rated Top City In United States

Mayor Don L. Robart of Cuyahoga Falls is pleased to announce the city recognition as one of the top rated cities in the United States according to Relocate America. Relocate America is a leading online relocation resource for consumers who need immediate access to city data.


2009 Spring Clean-up Program

The Spring Clean-up Program for ALL City of Cuyahoga Falls Sanitation customers begins May 4 and continues through May 15.



Please place all Spring Clean-Up refuse at the curb on your regular pickup day by 7 am for collection, along with your regular refuse and recyclables for these two weeks. There will be no additional charges for extra trash on your regular pickup day these 2 weeks.


City to Celebrate 22nd Arbor Day at the Future Site of High Bridge Glens Park

Valerie Wax Carr, Director of Public Service announces that the City of Cuyahoga Falls is eagerly planning the annual Arbor Day Program, which will take place Friday, April 24 2009 at 2:00 p.m. at the new High Bridge Glens Park site located on Front Street next to the Sheraton Hotel. The public is invited and encouraged to attend.



Each year, the City plants a tree to honor a facet of Cuyahoga Falls that has made a significant impact on our community. This year, a Heritage River Birch tree will be planted in honor of the "Year of the River".