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Request for Lead Based Paint Inspection Services for NSP Program

The City of Cuyahoga Falls is requesting qualifications from State licensed Lead Based Paint Assessors/Inspectors to provide inspection services for approximately six (6) vacant, foreclosed properties that the City is interested in purchasing through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program within the next 12 months. The Neighborhood Stabilization Program is a State of Ohio funded program through the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). All inspections shall conform to current standards set forth by the HUD Guidelines Chapter 7 (revised 1997) and Ohio regulations.

State Road Improvements: From Graham Road to Quick Road

Mr. Tony V. Demasi, P.E., City Engineer of the City of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, would like to alert residents, businesses and motorists of the plan to improve State Road from Graham Road to Quick Road in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. The purpose of the project is to reduce traffic congestion and to improve the safety of the corridor. A secondary purpose is to safely accommodate the increasing bicycle traffic along the corridor.


Kids and parents won't want to miss the Northeast Ohio stop of Cartoon Network's Get Animated annual tour! In partnership with Time Warner Cable and Cartoon Network, Water Works Family Aquatic Center will host this exciting event on July 18, from 10am to 4 pm. This 40 city tour, now in its fourth year, is designed to get kids, ages 6 - 14, off the couch and get them moving through the creative use of Cartoon Network's characters and cartoon shows. And yes, Ben 10 and Chowder will be in attendance!

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No Delay In Sanitation Service During July 4th Holiday

Service Director Valerie Wax Carr announces that there will be no delay in Sanitation Service over the July 4th holiday. All Cuyahoga Falls customers should follow their normal sanitation schedule. For additional information on sanitation services or schedules, please log onto or call 330-971-8010.

Lane Restrictions on W. Portage Trail for Storm Culvert Replacement

Valerie Wax Carr, Director of Public Service would like to alert residents and motorists that beginning on Tuesday, June 23, 2009, a culvert pipe in the 500 block of West Portage Trail will be replaced. This required work is in anticipation of the planned repaving of this section of West Portage Trail later this year. Although this excavation will require daytime lane restrictions, traffic will be maintained. This work is scheduled to be complete by Friday, June 26, 2009.

City Offers Free Movies at Falls River Square

See "Night at the Museum" this Thursday!Contact: Susan L. Truby, Director of Development,


● City Offers Free Movies at Falls River Square ●

Cuyahoga Falls Offers Free CFO Alerts

Mayor Don L. Robart would like to announce a new FREE service to Cuyahoga Falls residents called CFO Alerts. CFO Alerts is a text message and email alert service which will alert residents in the event of a city emergency and provide important instructions as the emergency unfolds. CFO Alerts will also notify residents of Tornado Warnings, Flash Flood Warnings and Amber Alerts automatically.

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.