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The City of Cuyahoga Falls Announces the 2015 Keep Cuyahoga Falls Beautiful & Litter-free Program

In partnership with local businesses, schools and community organizations, the City of Cuyahoga Falls announces the 2015 “Keep Cuyahoga Beautiful & Litter-free!” initiative.  Litter cleanup projects and litter prevention educational activities will be ongoing throughout the year.

To kick off the 2015 program, the Cuyahoga Falls Target Store and the Cuyahoga Falls Division of Recycling & Litter Prevention are planning a cleanup project along Howe Road on Friday, March 27th.   Approximately 20 Target employees will be cleaning up litter and debris along this highly traveled area of the community as part of their commitment to keeping Cuyahoga Falls beautiful.

MAYOR SEEKS QUALIFIED RESIDENTS TO APPOINT TO THE CHARTER REVIEW COMMISSION

Mayor Don Walters is seeking seven (7) qualified electors of the municipality for the 2015 Charter Review Commission.  The members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by Council.

Mayor Seeks New Planning Commission Member

Mayor Don Walters is seeking a new Planning Commission Member to replace a vacant seat on the Cuyahoga Falls Planning Commission.

Mayor Seeks New Board of Zoning Appeals Member

Mayor Don Walters is seeking a new Board of Zoning Appeals Member to replace a vacant seat on the Cuyahoga Falls Board of Zoning Appeals.

The Ice Rink at Falls River Square is CLOSED today!

Baby, its COLD outside! Due to the frigid temperatures, the Ice Rink at Falls River Square will be closed today. We will re-open tomorrow, February 16th, from 12-8pm. Stay warm!

 

Please note, tomorrow is the last day for the 2014/2015 Ice Rink Season.

Cuyahoga Falls Electric System Offers Residential & Commercial Energy Programs

The City of Cuyahoga Falls Electric System (CFES) is currently offering the following energy efficiency services and opportunities for residential and commercial electric customers.

Parks and Recreation Seeks Grant for Water Works Park Restroom Replacement

The Cuyahoga Falls Parks and Recreation Department is seeking public input on the replacement of a restroom located in the back of Water Works Park, next to the large playground. Grant application requirements must show a level of public input and the department is requesting citizen/park user feedback. The restroom proposal will include ADA accessible pathways and a new facility, which will accommodate all park users. How does this upgrade affect your visit(s) to Water Works Park?

eBook Edition of Cuyahoga Falls Pictorial History Book Now Available

A digital edition of the Cuyahoga Falls Bicentennial History Book is now available at mtpublishing.com! The downloadable eBook is $12.95.

The Summit Soil and Water Conservation District 2015 Clean Water Photography Contest

The Summit Soil and Water Conservation District is accepting entries for the 2015 Clean Water photography contest. Entries may be submitted now through September 1, 2015.

The contest theme for 2015 is “Honey-I Shrunk The Lawn” (Reducing the size of your lawn’s grassed area, using Native Plants and Healthy Landscaping Practices to Improve Water Quality.) In other words, redefining your yard space by down-sizing your turf grass area so that when it rains, more stormwater will remain on your land and out of the storm drains.

2015 Northeast Ohio Area II Envirothon-2015 Promoting “Urban/ Community Forestry”

Summit Soil and Water Conservation District is once again promoting the annual Area II Ohio Envirothon. The 2015 Area II Envirothon which will be held on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at Kent State University Regional Academic Center, 14111 Claridon-Troy Road, Burton, OH, 44021.  This event is an excellent opportunity for students to participate in an intellectually stimulating environmental competition.