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Natatorium to Celebrate First Anniversary!

Please join us at the Natatorium on Saturday and Sunday, September 24 - 25 for our first anniversary celebration and member appreciation. Saturday's events begin at 10AM with the unveiling of the Natatorium Charter Member Plaque. Events immediately following the 10AM program include:



A Special Service award presented to Group Fitness Instructor John Schadl, drawing an annual pass winner (winner must be present), refreshments, free admission, open house and tours till 6pm, Summa health screenings 11-2pm, and the announcement of a special annual pass program.

Officers provided overtime to enhance DUI enforcement

Officers increasing DUI enfocement The Cuyahoga Falls Police Department, Special Operations Unit, is announcing their annual HOMECOMING SEASON DUI ENFORCEMENT BLITZ.



With The City of Cuyahoga Falls having so many high schools, officers will be out in force to strictly enforce DUI and PASSENGER RESTRAINT LAWS. Officers are concentrating efforts for the football Homecoming games and dances, which are traditional times that teens have a tendency to drink and drive.


Cuyahoga Falls Adopts Mississippi Town For Hurricane Relief Efforts

Mayor Don L. Robart announced today that Cuyahoga Falls has adopted D'Iberville, Mississippi (pop 7,608) to be the focus of the City's relief efforts from the devastation from Hurricane Katrina.



"By concentrating our efforts on this one town, we can maximize our effectiveness to the hurting people of Mississippi," said Mayor Robart.


Questions Sought For Forum For Candidates

District residents have the chance to provide the questions for a Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education candidates event next month.



The Keep Improving District Schools committee is organizing a "Meet the School Board Candidate Night" on Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. in the community room at the Natatorium, 2345 Fourth St.


Help the victims of Katrina

Contractors wanting to work through/with FEMA should call: 1-202-646-4006



Anyone wanting to volunteer or make a donation should call: 1-800-435-7669

(This is a general number for the Red Cross from which you get a menu to select the action you want to take.)



Anyone needing assistance from the Red Cross should call: 1-866-GET-INFO (438-4636)

New Signals Increase Pedestrian Safety Through Downtown

Mayor Don L. Robart announces the arrival of countdown pedestrian signals at Falls River Square! With the many festivals and events down at Falls River Square, Mayor Robart saw the need to provide pedestrians with additional assistance in safely crossing the intersections of Portage Tr. & Front St. and Broad Blvd. & Front St.


Change in Cuyahoga Falls Sanitation Collection Schedule

Service Director Valerie Wax Carr announces there will be a change in solid waste and recycling services due to the Labor Day Holiday on Monday, September 5, 2005. COLLECTIONS WILL BE MADE ONE DAY LATER THAN NORMAL. Collections will be made from Tuesday, September 6, 2005 through Saturday, September 10, 2005.

If businesses or residents have questions regarding service, they may phone the Sanitation Division directly at 330-971-8010.

Have a safe and happy Labor Day!
 

You Drink, You Drive, You Lose

The Cuyahoga Falls Police Department Special Operations Unit, in cooperation with the Ohio Department of Public Safety, Governor Highway Safety Office, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Association, shall be participating in the national mobilization effort;



Your Drink & Drive, You Lose


City Announces Utility Bills Can Be Paid Online

Mayor Don L. Robart announces that the residents of Cuyahoga Falls can now pay their utility bills online safely and securely using a credit card via the city website (www.cityofcf.com). They can also view current billing information as well as view previous bills, payment history and utility consumption.


City Successful In Busting, Prosecuting Graffiti Vandals

In June 2005, Mayor Don L. Robart launched a major initiative to stop graffiti in Cuyahoga Falls. Since the inception of the graffiti task force program, four (4) culprits have been apprehended and many other incidences have been halted due to a strict enforcement and tough no tolerance policy. One (1) adult has been charged, convicted, fined and given community service for the offense and three (3) juveniles are currently awaiting a court hearing.