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Festa Italiana Comes To Cuyahoga Falls

Mayor Don L. Robart is pleased to welcome Festa Italiana, a brand new 3-day festival to the Falls River Square District this summer.



Festa Italiana of Cuyahoga Falls (FIOCF) will take place the weekend of July 24-26, 2009 in the downtown riverfront district. "I am thrilled to bring a new family event to our downtown," commented Mayor Robart. "I commend the hard work of this committee and we look forward to a fabulous new festival."


Mayor Robart's 2008 State of the City airs on Time Warner Cable

Mayor Don L. Robart delivered the 2008 State of the City address on Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at the Sheraton Suites during the Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce monthly meeting. The Mayor's annual speech was recorded live and is now available on Time Warner Cable free on Demand channel 501. This is in the Government category in Specials with the title "Mayor Don L. Robart". All Time Warner customers with digital cable will be able to access the program any time of the day.


Cuyahoga Falls Issues Parking Ban

Mayor Don L. Robart, would like to alert residents and motorists to a citywide parking ban in effective immediately until 6 a.m. Tuesday, February 24, 2009. The parking ban is needed to assist our street crews in clearing off roadways. Cars parked on city streets will be ticketed and are subject to towing.

Cuyahoga Falls Locks in Lower Gas Rate

The City natural gas aggregation program with Direct Energy has locked a one-year fixed rate of $8.996/MCF; senior rate of $8.896/MCF, effective May 2009 through April 2010.



Residents who are already participating in the aggregation program at $10.463/MCF; senior rate $10.363/MCF will automatically roll over to the new price. New enrollments will be accepted, however not until March 2009. Watch the Falls News Press and City website for enrollment information in the next few weeks.

Red Cross Blood Drive

Have a heart. Give blood this February.

"You gotta have heart to help save a life."



By giving blood through the American Red Cross on Thursday, February 5th, eligible donors can help save the lives of up to three people, and recognize two heart-felt events: Valentine Day and American Heart month. The drive runs from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Cuyahoga Falls Natatorium.


WIN FREE TICKETS TO FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT!

RADIO DISNEY AM 1260 COMES TO THE NATATORIUMMayor Don L. Robart is proud to announce a Family Movie Night at the Natatorium powered by Radio Disney AM 1260 and A T & T Real Yellow Pages. The Radio Disney D-tour Road Show will arrive Friday, February 20th from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The ever-popular Radio Disney road crew will open the show with cool songs, hot dance moves, contests and fabulous prizes. Then, just days after its national DVD release, High School Musical 3: Senior Year will be shown in its entirety in the Conference and Banquet Center.


PRESS RELEASE - Cuyahoga Falls Encourages Businesses to Shovel Sidewalks

Valerie Wax Carr, Service Director is encouraging all businesses in Cuyahoga Falls to shovel their sidewalks as a result of the severe snow storm that recently passed through Cuyahoga Falls. There are many pedestrians and school children who must walk and it would be helpful if everyone could assist in this effort to clean the walkways. Let's all do our part to keep Cuyahoga Falls a great place to live.

Cuyahoga Falls Extends Parking Ban

Mayor Don L. Robart, would like to alert residents and motorists that the citywide parking ban will stay in effect until midnight tonight , January 29, 2009. The parking ban is needed to assist our street crews in clearing off roadways. It is imperative that citizens move their vehicles from the road to ensure proper plowing. Cars parked on city streets will be ticketed and are subject to towing.

Downview Closed for Repair

Downview Closed this weekDownview Sports Center will be closed from 1/26/09 thru 1/31/09 due to a gas well repair that supplies heat to the building.

Cuyahoga Falls Installs New Automatic Meter Reading System

The City of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio continues its commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability through the integration of a fully automated new citywide electric and water metering system. The new Automated Meter Reading (AMR) system is the product of a performance contract with Johnson Controls, Inc., which is self funded, resulting in an additional $2 Million savings for Cuyahoga Falls over the 10-year contract.