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Funeral Procession For Sgt. Bryan W. Large

Mayor Don L. Robart, requests all citizens of Cuyahoga Falls to honor the memory, service, and sacrifice of Sgt. Bryan W. Large on Monday, October 17th, 2005. Sgt. Large, a native of Cuyahoga Falls and 1992 graduate of Cuyahoga Falls High School, died in Iraq on Monday October 3rd, 2005. A funeral mass is scheduled at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church at 1905 Portage Trail starting at 11:00 a.m. Sgt. Large will be laid to rest at Chestnut Hill Memorial Park following the service.


Registered Sex Offenders Security Program Enforced at the Natatorium

Mayor Don L. Robart announces the Natatorium will begin utilizing a "security program" to prohibit registered sex offenders use of the Natatorium facilities. For the safety of the children and adults that visit the Natatorium, we will begin cross-referencing all patrons to the State Attorney Generals statewide website of Registered Offenders. With the large amount of clientele that visit the Natatorium on a daily basis, we feel this program will surpass people's expectations on protecting children and family members while they enjoy their stay at the Natatorium.


Police Department Public Auction

Saturday, October 29th. View items at 8:00am, auction starts at 9:00am. Click here to view some of the items up for auction.The Cuyahoga Falls Police Department will be conducting a public auction of vehicles, bicycles, equipment, jewlery, tools, and other items.



The auction will take place at 2511 Bailey Road, behind the City of Cuyahoga Falls Technical Services Department Building

(also refered to as the "old ODOT" property, next to the railroad tracks on Bailey Road)


Trick or Treat in Cuyahoga Falls

Mayor Don L. Robart has announced trick-or-treat hours for the City. Trick or Treat will be held on Saturday, October 29th from 6 - 8 p.m. Trick-or-treat will follow the annual Halloween Party at Quirk Cultural Center being held the same day from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.



The Mayor wishes to remind all trick-or-treaters of the following safety tips:

1.Make sure you take a parent with you.

2.If you wear a mask, make sure you can see clearly.

3.Stop, look, and listen before crossing the street.

Flu Shots & Health Screenings Available at Natatorium

Mayor Don L. Robart announces a flu shot clinic will be held in the Natatorium Community Room on October 27 and November 2, 2005 from 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.



Shots are $15.00 each; cash only. The clinic is open to the public. In addition to offering a flu shot clinic, blood pressure monitoring, osteoporosis screenings and dermascans will be given free of charge to visitors. The Community Health Center will be administering the flu shots.


Convoy to D'Iberville

The city 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.


Request for Proposals: Employment Agencies

The City of Cuyahoga Falls is soliciting Bids for the purpose of obtaining contract personnel through outside employment service agencies.

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.