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Fire Chief Swearing-In Ceremony

Mayor Don L. Robart announced that Assistant Fire Chief Paul Moledor has been selected to become the next Chief of the Cuyahoga Falls Fire Department. Paul Moledor is a twenty-five year veteran of the Fire Department having served in the capacities Fire Fighter, Lieutenant, and Assistant Chief. Moledor and his wife of 20 years, Sallie, live in Cuyahoga Falls. His is the father of three children: Andy, Danny and McKenna.

Ribbons of Honor Display at Oakwood Cemetery

Mayor Don L. Robart is proud to announce the upcoming Ribbons of Honor Display remembering the fallen heroes of the Iraqi War. This unique ribbon display will be showcased along the wrought iron fence of Oakwood Cemetery on Oakwood Drive beginning Saturday, May 17, 2008. The gold ribbons represent the more than 4,000 service people who have lost their lives during this time of war. Mayor Robart stated, "Citizen, project coordinator and volunteer, Terry Anaszewsicz, has worked diligently to bring this project to life.

Get Your Water Works Membership Today!

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio - Water Works Family Aquatic Center memberships are available now at the Natatorium through June 6th. The facility will open on May 24, 2008 for Memorial Day Weekend. It will then close and reopen June 6, 2008 to Aug 24, 2008. The facility, located at 2025 Munroe Falls Avenue in Cuyahoga Falls, includes slides, lazy river, sand play area, geysers, sprays, splash party packages, concessions and much more. Members may enter the facility at 10:30am, a half hour prior to other daily customers.

2008 Paint Reimbursement Applications Available!

You may be eligible for a refund up to $250 for the cost of exterior paint and minor painting supplies.

To qualify, you must be the owner and occupant of a single family home in Cuyahoga Falls with an annual household income less than the following:

1 Person - $34,550

2 People - $39,500

3 People - $44,400

4 People - $49,350

5 People - $53,300

6 People - $57,250

7 People - $61,200

8 People - $65,150

Section of Portage Trail In Cuyahoga Falls to Be Rebuilt

Section of Portage Trail In Cuyahoga Falls to Be Rebuilt

The City of Cuyahoga Falls would like to alert residents and motorists to the rebuilding of a section of Portage Trail from Front Street to 4th Street beginning May 5, 2008 and lasting approximately seven (7) to eight (8) weeks. As part of the rebuild, the curbs will be removed and replaced and the street will be repaved. Construction will also include new drive aprons.

City of Cuyahoga Falls 2008 River Day and Great American Cleanup Program

The City of Cuyahoga Falls invites all interested volunteers to register for the 2008 River Day & Keep America Beautiful Great American Cleanup (GAC) project. In honor of the beauty and awesome water resource of the Cuyahoga River, volunteers will be cleaning up litter and beautifying various sites within the community.

Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson, and Stow Announce Joint Economic Development Zone


April 24, 2008

Contacts: Mayor Don L. Robart

City of Cuyahoga Falls


Mayor William A. Currin

City of Hudson


Mayor Karen Fritschel

City of Stow


Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson, and Stow Announce Joint Economic Development Zone

Summerpac is back!

"Summerpac" is Back! - Great Parks and Recreation Deals Including the Akron Zoo and Akron Aeros!Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio - Save fuel this summer and vacation close to home! Parks and Recreation is proud to continue two great summer vacation packages. You save on not only the gas, but on some fabulous summer recreation - right here in your own hometown!

Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson, and Stow Collaboration

The Mayors of Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson and Stow will be hosting a press conference on Thursday, April 24, 2008 at Noon to announce an unprecedented regional initiative that will include the construction of a new regional hospital in Summit County.

This exciting announcement is a result of collaborative efforts among the three municipalities to initiate an economic development venture that will result in the creation of approximately $100 million in new investment.


The City of Cuyahoga Falls announces that the Sanitation Department will begin its annual Citywide Spring Cleanup Program for All City of Cuyahoga Falls Sanitation customers beginning May 5 and continuing through May 16.

Please place all Spring Clean-Up refuse at the curb on your regular pickup day by 7 am for collection, along with your regular refuse and recyclables for these two weeks. There will be no additional charges for extra trash outside of your cart on your regular pickup day these 2 weeks.