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Akron Health Department Pet Rabbies Vaccination

The Akron Health Department, in our ongoing efforts to protect the health of Akron's citizens, has been sponsoring a series of low-cost rabies vaccination clinics for area pets in cooperation with Pet Guards, Inc.. Because pets often may encounter wild animals, such as raccoons, which may be carrying the rabies virus, making sure that pets are vaccinated against this virus is the most effective way to protect people from possible exposure to rabies. Each of the scheduled clinics will be vaccinating both dogs and cats for a minimal fee of only $5.00 per pet.


Fall Clean Up

For all Full Service Sanitation Customers on collection days, extra bags of trash and bulk items will be picked up curbside. Please have everything curbside by 7:00 am on collection day. Fall Clean Runs Monday September 11 thru Friday September 15 and Monday September 18 thru Friday September 22

Adopted City of D'Iberville celebrated with a survival Revival August 29, 2006

The Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio adopted City of D'Iberville, Mississippi marked its one-year anniversary after Hurricane Katrina with a "Survival Revival." City representatives Valerie Wax Carr, Service Director, and Joe Brodzinski, Finance Director, attended a ceremony thanking the many volunteers who have contributed to the rebuilding of D'Iberville. Last fall the city of Cuyahoga Falls had approximately 100 people travel to D'Iberville over a six-week period to assist with hurricane relief. Cuyahoga Falls was the first outside group to come to D'Iberville's aid.

City Accepting Hurricane Katrina Monetary Donations

In observance of the first anniversary of Hurricane Katrina on August 29, 2006 the City of Cuyahoga Falls is presenting our Sister City, D'Iberville, MS, with a check from our Disaster Relief Fund. Anyone still wanting to make a donation, please do so by this Friday, August 25th. Checks can be made out to "City of Cuyahoga Falls Disaster Relief Fund". In D'Iberville, 405 homes have been restored out of the 1,610 homes that were either damaged or completely destroyed, and currently, the D'Iberville School District is planning to build a new school to replace one that was destroyed.

Remedial Action Plan for Waste Oil UST @ 2560 Bailey Rd

LEGAL NOTICE



Sealed proposals will be received in the office of the Director of Public Service, Municipal Building, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, until 12:00 noon, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2006, with bids being opened in Conference Room "A", Second Floor, Municipal Building, 2310 Second Street, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, for the removal of contaminated soils and implementation of an approved Remedial Action Plan at the former waste oil underground storage tank site, located at the Service Garage, 2560 Bailey Road, Release #77000313-N00001.


Cuyahoga Falls Locks in Natural Gas Rate

The City of Cuyahoga Falls has locked in the fixed rate of $11.67/mcf for the 2006-2007 natural gas contract. This is over a 16% decrease from last year's price and the new rate will go into effect with your November bill cycle. Interstate Gas Supply will continue to serve as the aggregation's gas supplier


Cuyahoga Falls announces its Wireless Access Zone

Cuyahoga Falls Mayor Don L. Robart announces, effective August 14th , the availability of free wireless internet access to its citizens within the downtown area as part of a pilot program provided by Mobilepro. Six radio antennas installed by Mobilepro will provide a signal for wireless internet access from the Sheraton Suites to Oakwood Drive and from Cuyahoga Falls High School to the Cuyahoga River.


City Pursues Funding to Purchase Property To Eliminate Flood Problems

The City of Cuyahoga Falls announces that it in conjunction with the Ohio Emergency Management Agency (OEMA) and the Federal emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has applied for a Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Project that will allow for the purchase some properties in our City to alleviate flooding problems.


Traffic Signal at Northland and Second Streets Changed

The City of Cuyahoga Falls announces a signalization change at the intersection of Northland and Second Streets. The change, based on a traffic study, was determined that the intersection signal did not meet signal warrants set forth in the Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (OMUTCD) to justify full operation. Following the Cuyahoga Falls Traffic Committee and City Council approval, the signal has changed from normal "red-yellow-green" operation to a "yellow-only" flash for Second Street and "red-only" flash for Northland Street.

City Hosted Grand Opening of Project Fresh Start

Mayor Don. L Robart announced the completion of the renovation of the first vacant house purchased with the City's CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) funding. Federal funding was utilized to purchase a Heslop home of which the City has over 3,000 housing units of this type in one planning area known as the Bailey Road - Munroe Falls Avenue District.