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2012 Calendar - City of Cuyahoga Falls

2012 Calendar - City of Cuyahoga Falls

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01/06/2012

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Fellow Citizens of Cuyahoga Falls

:
The year 2012 will be a truly exciting
and remarkable milestone for our
great City – our Bicentennial
Celebration!
Cuyahoga Falls has been a bustling,
progressive community since the
early 1800’s and continues to grow
and evolve in the robust and deter-
mined spirit of the founding fathers
of our community and of our great
nation. Pride in preserving the health
and beauty of our natural physical
environment alongside a dedication
to serving one another continues to
drive the strength of our community
and the extraordinary quality of life
for all citizens.
I invite you all to join me as we
share in the celebration of Cuyahoga
Falls Bicentennial throughout the upcoming year. Exciting Bicentennial events and cele-
bratory programs are noted each month throughout this colorful 2012 Bicentennial
Calendar Edition with an emphasis on the August 3 - 12 special celebrations.
I would like to thank our Bicentennial event and calendar sponsors for their dedication
and commitment to the future of Cuyahoga Falls. Our past, our present and our future are
all linked through a unique legacy of entrepreneurial and civic-minded leadership that
will boldly guide us into the Cuyahoga Falls of tomorrow. Sincere appreciation is also
extended to the Cuyahoga Falls Historical Society for ongoing dedication to preserving the
historical treasures of our great City for all to appreciate and enjoy year-round.
Finally, thanks to you, my fellow citizens of Cuyahoga Falls, and to the hard working,
devoted members of the Bicentennial Committee, the entire community can whole-heart-
edly celebrate our Bicentennial throughout 2012 by enjoying a wonderful array of events
and programs planned for this most exciting time in our history.
Proud to serve as your Mayor,
Don L. Robart
¸anuar, 2012
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New Year’s Day
Martin Luther
King, Jr. Day
New Year’s Day
Observed
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
City Offices Closed
Live Christmas Tree
Pickup This Week
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
Cuyahoga Falls City
Schools Resume
Ice Rink Closed
Woodridge Local
Schools Resume
Ice Rink Closed
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Dance Fever
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
Live Christmas Tree
Pickup This Week
Ice Rink Closed Ice Rink Closed
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
City Offices Closed
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Bicentennial
Frozen River Festival
@ Falls River Square
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Bicentennial Frozen
River Festival
@ Falls River Square
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
Senior Adult Casino Day
@ Quirk 12:30 pm
Ice Rink Open 3 - 9 pm
Ballroom Nights
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Full
Moon
New
Moon
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Ice Rink Closed Ice Rink Closed
Ice Rink Closed
Chinese
New Year
Ice Rink Closed
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm Ice Rink Closed
Don L. Robart,
Mayor
City Hall
330-971-8000
Mayor’s
First Tuesday
Is Every Month
330-971-8200
www.cityofcf.com
Refuse & Recycle Collections Holiday Schedule
Department of Public Service • Division of Sanitation • 330-971-8010
If your weekly collection falls on or after one of the following holidays, it will be delayed ONE day.
Collection crews work all other holidays.
New Year’s Day 2012 ........................................................................................................... No Delay
Memorial Day.................................................................................................. Monday, May 28, 2012
Independence Day....................................................................................... Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Labor Day............................................................................................... Monday, September 3, 2012
Thanksgiving Day ............................................................................... Thursday, November 22, 2012
Christmas Day....................................................................................... Tuesday, December 25, 2012
New Year’s Day 2013................................................................................... Tuesday, January 1, 2013
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¸ebruar, 2012
Since 1837 and the creation of the Hook and Ladder Company, concerned citizens who voluntarily
committed to preserve the safety and protection of all, Cuyahoga Falls has been blessed with the very
best firefighter leadership. By 1888, the Cuyahoga Falls Village Council recognized the department’s
critical importance within the community and officially organized a volunteer Cuyahoga Falls Fire
Department (CFFD) then staffed by a chief, two captains and twenty call men.
In 1927, the CFFD moved from the basement of City Hall, which at that time was located at Front Street
and Broad Boulevard, to the Department’s very first fire station, Fire Station 1 at 1924 Front Street. By
then the CFFD had established a staff consisting of both paid members and volunteers. By 1932 the
department had become fully staffed by paid members.
Rapid growth of the community from
the 1930’s and 1940’s through the
early Twenty-First Century has required
expansion of CFFD services and the
construction of 4 additional Fire
Stations. Today, the Cuyahoga Falls
community can continue to rely upon
the CFFD to provide the highest level of
expertise and response for every type
of emergency. Emergency Medical Services alongside superbly trained Special Rescue Operations Teams
support our most truly advanced safety and rescue forces.
Little known are the many
functions and operations
that the CFFD has per-
formed for the community
in addition to providing
top-notch safety, firefighter
and rescue services. Since the very earli-
est days of the department, CFFD staff has
answered many community needs in
ways that have either been forgotten or
perhaps taken for granted. Educational
services for citizens of ages, children’s programming, as well as charitable assistance programs have all played valuable
roles within the ongoing CFFD community legacy. The past, present and future of the community have been linked,
strengthened by the Cuyahoga Falls Fire Department’s initiatives. Among the extraordinary
services that have been provided for the community are the Christmas Toy Repair
Program of the 1930’s, civic and holiday celebrations and support, CPR/AED training
as well as year-round and seasonal educational programming, just to name a few.
Fire Department
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January 2012
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Full
Moon
New
Moon
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Daddy Daughter Date
Night @ Quirk 7 pm
CFABA Baseball
Registration
@ Quirk 10 am - 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Daddy Daughter Date
Night @ Quirk 7 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Daddy Daughter
Date Night 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm Ice Rink Closed
Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
Ice Rink Closed Ice Rink Closed
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
CFABA Baseball
Registration @ Quirk
10 am - 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm Ice Rink Closed Ice Rink Closed
Winter Art Show
@ Quirk
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
CFalls Kids
Bicentennial Bash @ Nat
Winter Art Show
Music & Desserts
@ Quirk 3 - 5 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
City Offices Closed
LAST DAY
ICE RINK OPEN
12 noon - 8 pm
Senior Adult Texas
Hold’em @ Quirk
12:30 pm
Ballroom Nights
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Groundhog
Day
Lincoln’s
Birthday
Presidents’
Day
Ash
Wednesday
Washington’s
Birthday
Mardi Gras
Valentine’s
Day
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Dance Fever @ Quirk
7:30 pm
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3 - 9 pm
Ice Rink Closed
Ice Rink Closed
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/arch 2012
Historical records show that law enforcement in Cuyahoga Falls began in
1836 with a Town Marshal system. That year, Sherman Peck was appointed as the
first Town Marshal. Officially elected to serve as Town Marshal in 1837, Peck
depended on volunteers, as did all early law enforcement officials, to assist in the
performance of law enforcement duties.
Through the early years of the community, the dedication of all Cuyahoga
Falls Town Marshals including Marshal Ira Goldwood who was killed in the line
of duty in 1906 after serving several terms, and Marshal William Sanderson who
served from 1916 - 1922, helped build a strong foundation for the future of effective community law enforcement.
Cuyahoga Falls made the transition from a Town Marshal system to a full-fledged Police Department in 1922. The first
Chief of Police was Russell Duffy who served the community from 1922 until 1946. By 1938, Chief Duffy had developed
a 10-man police force.
Police Chief Menzo Preston served from 1946-1964. During his tenure, the department grew to a force of 47 full time patrolmen and over 50
reserve civilian defense officers. Following Preston, Chief Donald Brown led the department from 1964-1979. In 1973, under the leadership of
Chief Brown, the department’s first female police officers were hired.
The fourth Chief in the history of the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department was Chief Gene Fawley.
Chief Fawley served the department from 1979- 1982. He was followed by Charles Elum, who served
as Police Chief from 1982 - 1986. Elum was Chief when the City of Cuyahoga Falls merged with Northampton Township. The merger added 10
township officers to the Cuyahoga Falls Police Force. Donald Smith then served as Police Chief from 1986-1999. Under Chief Smith’s leadership,
the Police Department expanded its headquarters to better serve community needs, and launched the department’s community policing initiative.
Chief Louis Dirker, Jr. served from 1999 until January 2001. He further developed the department’s community policing initiative by expanding
Cuyahoga Falls law enforcement staffing and services. Upon Chief Dirker’s retirement, Gordon L. Tomlinson became Chief. Chief Tomlinson,
who served until December 2002, focused on further strengthening the department through advanced officer training and technology support.
Chief John Conley became the 9th Chief of Police on May 2nd, 2003 and retired with 25 years of service to the City of Cuyahoga Falls on January
10th, 2011. The next day, Thomas Pozza was sworn in as the Cuyahoga Fall’s Police Department’s 10th Chief of Police. Chief Pozza, a lifelong
resident of Cuyahoga Falls, has brought over 30 years of law enforce-
ment expertise to the position. Chief Pozza is committed to building
upon the CFPD mission of quality, integrity and professionalism.
Police Department
Sanderson
Duffy
Preston Brown
Fawley Elum
Smith Dirker
Tomlinson Conley Pozza

Spring Break This Week for Cuyahoga Falls City and Woodridge Local Schools (March 19 - March 23)

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April 2012
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Full
Moon
New
Moon
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Dance Fever
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
CFABA Baseball
Registration @ Quirk
10 am - 1 pm
Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
Free Touring Play
“Mysterious Affair at
Styles” by Agatha Christie
from Great Lakes Theater
@ Quirk 1 pm
Annual Benefit St. Pat’s
Card Party @ Quirk
1 pm
Antic Theatre Spring
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Antic Theatre Spring
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Daylight Saving Time
Begins – Check Your
Smoke Detector Batteries
Antic Theatre Spring
Matinee Show
@ Quirk 3 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Antic Theatre Spring
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Antic Theatre Spring
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Antic Theatre
Spring Matinee Show
@ Quirk 3 pm
Akron Pops Orchestra
Concert @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Ballroom Nights
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Bicentennial
Community
Expo @ Natatorium
Spring Cast-A-Ways
Garage Sale for Kids Only
@ Quirk 9 am - 2 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Bunny Hop
@ Quirk 11 am
First Day
of Spring
St. Patrick’s
Day
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Click here to visit Summa Western Reserve Hospital Click here to visit the Falls BMV
¸pril 2012
The historical development of Cuyahoga Falls as a well-planned community has relied on the City of Cuyahoga Falls Engineering Division.
Engineering operations are directly linked with all City planning, development, public improvement, and construction projects.
Detailed Engineering records of the bustling Twentieth Century growth and change in
Cuyahoga Falls reveal yet another area of community leadership that has contributed to the
solid framework and infrastructure of our community today. This solid foundation will
guide City planning and engineering as we
prepare for the future.
The Twenty-First century will no doubt be as
exciting as the community’s past 200 years.
Assuring efficient community transportation
routes, robust commerce and quality of life
in Cuyahoga Falls are all part of the ongoing
vision supported by the expertise of our
Engineering Division.
Engineering Department
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May 2012
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Full
Moon
New
Moon
Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
City Offices Closed
Dance Fever
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Easter Egg Hunt
@ Water Works Park
1 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
City of Cuyahoga Falls
Income Tax Due
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Bicentennial
Arbor Day Ceremony
Senior Texas Hold’em
@ Quirk 12:30 pm
Ballroom Nights
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Spring Cast-A-Ways
Outdoor Garage Sale
for Adults 9 am - 2 pm
Palm Sunday
Good Friday
Passover Begins
at Sundown
Easter
Earth Day Arbor Day
Administrative
Professionals’
Day
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Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
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Parks & Recreation Department
Regarded as one of the best Parks and Recreation Departments in the state, the Cuyahoga Falls Parks and
Recreation Department has deep roots within the community and offers recreational opportunities for everyone.
Historically, the development of the Cuyahoga Falls parks system has been anchored by strong local leadership that continues
to embrace a true understanding of how recreational amenities directly impact the health and vigor of its citizens and overall
quality of community life.
Two of the largest of the efforts undertaken by the
Cuyahoga Falls Parks and Recreation Department
are pictured. Water Works Pool, a 1939 Works
Progress Administration project, served the com-
munity until 1994. The Natatorium which opened
in 2004 has its roots in the original Natatorium’s
open air facility of the 1960’s.
Today the Cuyahoga Falls Parks and Recreation
Department offers
one of the finest
public 18-hole golf
courses, Brookledge
Golf Course, plus 25
parks and play-
grounds facilities,
the Quirk Cultural
Center activities and
events, a state-of-the-art Family Aquatic Center, and the fabulous Cuyahoga Falls Natatorium.
Visit Cuyahoga Falls Parks and Recreation Department on Facebook!
Or visit the City Web site at www.cityofcf.com for program and facility information.
/a, 2012
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June 2012
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Full
Moon
New
Moon
Armed Forces
Day
River Day
Memorial Day
Mothers’ Day
Peace Officers’
Memorial Day
Cinco de Mayo
Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Dance Fever @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Mom Prom
@ Quirk 7 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Spring Bling hosted
by Craft Shoppe @
Quirk 12 noon - 4 pm
All Residential
Sanitation Customers
Spring Cleanup
This Week
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm
Mom’s Special Summit
Songwriters Showcase
@ Quirk 7 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
National Public
Works Week
Riverfront Car
Cruise 5 - 9 pm,
Theme: Mopar
All Models
Rockin’ on the River
5 - 11:30 pm
Ballroom Nights
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Bicentennial
Memorial Day Parade
City Offices Closed
Refuse & Recycle Delayed
1 Day Balance of the Week
Bicentennial Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Military/AMC/Studebaker
National
Maritime Day
All Residential
Sanitation
Customers Spring
Cleanup This Week
Rocco’s Pizza’s 50th
Anniversary Celebration
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Camaro/Firebird
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Cuyahoga Falls
High School Graduation
Click here to visit Rocco’s Pizza Click here to visit the Falls News-Press
The Buildings and Grounds Maintenance Division is dedicated to the
care of municipal facility and public grounds which includes four of the
community’s cemeteries.
Botzum Cemetery, a small cemetery located at Bath and Yellow Creek Roads
was established in the 1700’s.
Harrington Cemetery on State Road and Northampton Cemetery on Bath
Road, both founded in the 1800’s, are burial sites for a number of early
founders and settlers.
Oakwood Cemetery, established in
1834, is where members of many of
Cuyahoga Falls’ founding families have been buried. Among the founding families with members buried at
Oakwood Cemetery are the Newberry, Sill and Wetmore families.
Some history:
When the first New England migrants settled in what became Cuyahoga Falls, their dead were buried first
in the yard of a district school. When Oakwood Cemetery was laid out in 1834, the bodies were disinterred
and transferred to the cemetery.
In 1888, the Ladies Cemetery Association (LCA) was founded as a way to assist with grounds maintenance
and beautification of Oakwood Cemetery. The LCA was responsible for the construction of the now
historic Chapel that was built in 1898. The LCA is one of the oldest organizations in the city and is
still an active group today.
An even older building exists in Oakwood Cemetery. Once used as the Cemetery office, this small building,
built in 1880, was originally used as a receiving vault to store bodies during harsh winter periods. In
1944 the building was remodeled to serve as the office of the Cemetery Superintendent.
Today, office operations are conducted through the
Buildings and Grounds Maintenance Department
located in City Hall. For information on gravesite
availability or any cemetery operations, please call
the City of Cuyahoga Falls Cemetery Info Line at
330-971-8446.
Buildings & Grounds Maintenance
¸une 2012
PHOTO BY LIZ CROSS
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Flag Day
Fathers’ Day
First Day
of Summer
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July 2012
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May 2012
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Full
Moon
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Dance Fever
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Rockin’ on the River
5 - 11:30 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Fire Hydrant Flushing
Begins This Month
Woodridge
High School
Graduation
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Corvette Night
Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
Last Day of School
Cuyahoga Falls City
School District
Last Day of School
Woodridge Local
School District
Wading Pools Open
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
Irish Festival
12 noon - midnight
Irish Festival
12 noon - 7 pm
Youth Tennis
Lessons Begin
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Ford/Fat Fenders/Rat Rods
Community Band Concert
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Flicks on the Falls
9 - 11 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Rockin’ on the River
5 - 11:30 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Chevelle Night
Community Band
Concert @ Linden
7:30 pm
Akron Pops Orchestra
Concert @ Valley Vista
Park 7:30 pm
Flicks on the Falls
9 - 11 pm
Rockin’ on the River
5 - 11:30 pm
Ballroom Nights
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Oldsmobile/Cadillac
Community Band
Concert @ Newberry
Park 7:30 pm
Senior Adult Casino
Day @ Quirk 12:30 pm
Rockin’ on the River
5 - 11:30 pm
Flicks on the Falls
9 - 11 pm
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New
Moon
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Irish Festival
5 pm - midnight
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¸ul, 2012
Community Development
Building on Our Greatest Asset... the Cuyahoga River
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August 2012
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Full
Moon
New
Moon
Independence
Day
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Mustang/Cougar
Community Band
Concert at Oak Park
7:30 pm Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
City Offices Closed
Refuse & Recycle
Collections Delayed 1
Day Balance of Week
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
Flicks on the Falls
9 - 11 pm
Senior Adult
Bingo @
Quirk 1 pm
Farmers Market
3 - 7 pm
Rockin’ on the River
5 - 11:30 pm
Dance Fever @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Pontiac/Buick
Community Band
Concert @ Keyser
7:30 pm
Goldfish Catch @
All Wading Pools 6 pm
Flicks on the Falls
9 - 11 pm
Touch-a-Truck
@ Quirk 11 am
Farmers Market
3 - 7 pm
Rockin’ on the River
5 - 11:30 pm
Akron Pops Concert
@ Oak Park 7:30 pm
Flicks on the Falls
9 - 11 pm
Summertime Fun Card
Party @ Quirk 12 Noon
Farmers Market
3 - 7 pm
Rockin’ on the River
5 - 11:30 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Cars of the 1950’s
Community Band
Concert @ Valley Vista
7:30 pm
Italian Heritage Week
Festa Italiana
5 pm - Midnight
Ballroom Nights
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Festa Italiana
12 noon - midnight
Festa Italiana
11 am – 9 pm
Riverfront
Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Ford/Mercury/Lincoln
Community Band
Concert @ Peninsula
Shelter-Water Works
Park 7:30 pm
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Cars of the 1960’s
Community Band
Concert @ Lions
7:30 pm
Italian Heritage Week
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Click here to visit GOJO Industries Click here to visit Executive Properties, Inc.
¸u¸ust 2012
Cuyahoga Falls enjoys all the benefits of an extraordinary community resource, the Cuyahoga Falls Water
Utilities Division, to meet the daily water needs of thousands of citizens and businesses. The present day
Water Treatment Plant located on Munroe Falls Avenue was initially placed into full operation in 1921 with
five wells. Today, 18 wells supply millions of gallons of water daily for residents and businesses in Cuyahoga
Falls, Silver Lake, Munroe Falls, and parts of Stow.
For generations, Cuyahoga Falls has grown and developed along the beautiful, very powerful Cuyahoga River,
also known as the Crooked River. A generous supply of water for every day needs is provided by a system of
wells that is located near the river. The wellhead area is actually part of a buried valley where permeable
outwash gravels are crossed by major streams. The Cuyahoga River provides flow to the aquifer and the well
field is recharged by means
of channels and lagoons.
An intricate yet resilient ecosystem
composed of hundreds of animal and
plant species, the Cuyahoga River and
its tributaries have ensured the health
and vigor of area culture and civiliza-
tion for hundreds, if not thousands, of
years. Advancement of water quality
testing techniques to assure consumer
safety alongside an understanding of
the need to protect this precious water
resource will help sustain our local
drinking water supply for many gener-
ations to come.
The Cuyahoga Falls Water Utilities Division has
been proud to lead the community in preserving
while enjoying the marvels of our water resources.
The Division provides a host of critical services
from emergency water line repairs and new water
line installations to classroom and community
educational programs.
Water Utilities Division
See This Month’s
Cuyahoga Falls
Bicentennial
Special Events
Schedule at
www.cityofcf.com
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Full
Moon
New
Moon
Full
Moon
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
Falls Bicentennial
Opening Ceremony
Senior Adult Bingo @
Quirk 1 pm
Farmers Market 3 - 7 pm
Dance Fever
@Quirk 7:30 pm
Antic Theatre Summer
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Bicentennial Tours
10 am - 4 pm
& Ice Cream Social
Outdoor Flea Market
@ Quirk 8 am - 2 pm
Antic Theatre Summer
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Bicentennial Church
Services
Bicentennial Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Pro Street/Race Cars
Bicentennial Time
Capsule Opening with
Valley Savings Bank
1 pm
Bicentennial Literature,
Arts & Culture Day
Featuring Cuyahoga Falls
Library 100th Year
Movie @ Falls River
Square 9 - 11 pm
Bicentennial
Rhythm &
Blues Review
Cuyahoga Falls All Class
Reunion
Farmers Market
3 - 7 pm
Antic Theatre Summer
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Bicentennial Closing
Ceremony
Senior Adult
Bingo @Quirk
1 pm
Farmers Market
3 - 7 pm
Rockin’ on the River
5 - 11:30 pm
Antic Theatre Summer
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
R.I.O.T. on the River
5 - 11 pm
Antic Theatre Summer
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
49 & Older All Makes
Flicks on the Falls
9 - 11 pm
Farmers Market
3 - 7 pm
Ballroom Nights
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Rockin’ on the River
5 - 11:30 pm
First Day of
School Cuyahoga
Falls City Schools
First Day of School
Woodridge Local
Grades 1 - 12
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Street Rods All
Woodridge Local
Schools First Day
Kindergarten
Flicks on the Falls
9 - 11 pm
Senior Adult
Texas Hold’em @
Quirk 12:30 pm
Farmers Market
3 - 7 pm
Rockin’ on the River
5 - 11:30 pm
Aviation Day
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Riverfront
Car Cruise 5 - 9 pm
Theme: Truck Night
Flicks on the Falls
9 - 11 pm
Valley Savings
Bank - Celebrate
the City Event @ VSB
9 am - 3 pm
Bicentennial Parade
10 am Step-off
Bicentennial Rhythm
& Blues Review
Fireworks @Dusk!
Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
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The City ITS Division today manages the expertise and operations of all municipal communications. Present
and future technological needs of the community require synchronized management that can efficiently and
continuously monitor quality of performance and response of traffic and safety force equipment, as well as of
the detailed components comprising municipal communication and Internet services.
In years past, municipal communication functions were split among several departments. The Communications
Division of the Police Department, which installed and maintained radio equipment in the 1950’s, evolved into
the Technical Service Department in the 1960’s and by then had also begun managing traffic signals among
other types of technical devices. Data Processing, a separate data collection and distribution system, adopted
state-of-the-art computer technologies and later became Information Services.
Most recently, all Tech
Service functions of
radio, traffic and wire-
line communication,
including fiber optic
systems encompassing
telephone, SCADA and other signaling operations,
have merged with Information Services to most
efficiently leverage electronic communication
technologies under the ITS umbrella.
City Web Site Visitors
2009: 162,522
2010: 180,000 +
2011: 210,000 +
Utility Payments Online
2009: 46,442 bills paid online
2010: 50,000 + bills paid online
2011: 60,000 + bills paid online
Paperless Utility Billing
61,000 paperless utility bills in
2011 equals a paper/postage
cost savings of $30,500
Cuyahoga Falls Online (CFO) Update
Join the nearly 23,000 community residents
and businesses who benefit by CFO services.
Sign up today at www.cityofcf.com!
Information Technology Services (ITS)
§eotember 2012
Left to right: a traffic controller, a fire alarm box, and a parking meter
and portable coin collector.
This telephone switchboard
came out of service in 1970.
Above: Tina Andriette –
keeping data processing flowing.
Left: This Motorola radio is from
the 1960’s.
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Labor Day
Grandparents’
Day
Patriot Day
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August 2012
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New
Moon
Full
Moon
First Day
of Autumn
Rosh Hashanah
Begins at
Sundown
National
Public
Lands Day
Yom Kippur
Begins at
Sundown
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
City Offices Closed
Refuse/Recycle Collections
Delayed 1 Day Rest of Week
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme: Jack
Richards Weekly Feature
Car Winners & Handy
Randy/Cruisin’ Times Night
All Residential
Sanitation Customers
Fall Cleanup This Week
Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
All Nation Powwow
Oktoberfest
5 pm - midnight
Punt Pass & Kick Compe-
tition @ Price 6:30 pm
Dance Fever @ Quirk
7:30 pm
All Nation Powwow
Oktoberfest 12 noon
- midnight
All Nation Powwow
Oktoberfest
12 noon - 8 pm
All Residential
Sanitation Customers
Fall Cleanup This Week
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Convertible
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Import & 2 Seaters
Senior Adult Casino
Day @ Quirk 12:30 pm
Ballroom Nights @
Quirk 7:30 pm
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27
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Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Appreciation Night
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28
Bicentennial 5K
Run/Walk @ Natatorium
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
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¡ctober 2012
The Cuyahoga Falls Light Department, established in 1888, was one of the first electric systems in northern Ohio. Power was initially
generated at the Water Street Substation for carbon arc streetlights. To keep up with a growing community’s needs, in 1915, Cuyahoga
Falls began purchasing power generated by the Northern Ohio Traction & Light Company which became Ohio Edison in 1931.
The community’s rapid growth spurred department
service expansions and the construction of new sub-
stations beginning in the 1950’s and continuing today.
The Light Department officially became the Cuyahoga Falls Electric System (CFES) in 1955, and a new
service building was constructed in 1959 on Bailey Road where the CFES is currently headquartered.
Assuring that the community had reliable sources of cost-effective electric power required strong lead-
ership. Partnering with 19 Ohio communities, Cuyahoga Falls was a founding member of the Wholesale
Customers of Ohio Edison (WCOE) in 1964. In 1971, the WCOE joined American Municipal Power –
Ohio (AMPO). AMPO membership expanded to include municipal members from 6 states and became
American Municipal Power, Inc.(AMP), a nonprofit leader in wholesale power supply for municipal
electric systems.
The strength of AMP through a
diverse membership has led to the
development of state-of-the-art, reli-
able and economically sustainable
electric generation. Cuyahoga Falls, the fourth largest AMP
municipal member, is committed to the development of
power generation through a variety of clean energy sources
such as hydroelectric, wind, and landfill gas alongside
innovative, best available technologies today.
For a copy of the complete history of the CFES, please con-
tact the Cuyahoga Falls Electric System at 330.971.8060.
Cuyahoga Falls Electric System
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Full
Moon
New
Moon
Columbus Day
Observed
Sweetest Day
Halloween
United Nations
Day
Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Dance Fever @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Family Halloween Party
@ Quirk 6:30 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Public Power Pride
Week
Fire Prevention Week
Oktoberfest Card Party
@ Quirk 12 Noon
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Ballroom Nights
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Halloween Party @
Falls River Square
2 pm
Trick or Treat
6 - 8 pm
Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Muscle Car Night
Leaf Pick-Up
Program Begins
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Riverfront Car Cruise
5 - 9 pm, Theme:
Corvette Night
Bicentennial Taste
of Cuyahoga Falls
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)ovember 2012
In the early days of the community, incineration was the primary method of managing
municipal trash. The needs to control costs and to reduce negative environmental impact
inspired Cuyahoga Falls leaders to develop a municipal solid waste management division
that has been a model for many communities around the state for decades.
By 1991, the Division of Sanitation
had expanded operations to
include collections of all residen-
tial refuse, recyclables, and yard
wastes. The recent adoption of
automated refuse and recycle col-
lections has proven to be a most
cost effective and environmentally
sound municipal solid waste man-
agement methodology for the
Cuyahoga Falls community.
In 2012, the Cuyahoga Falls Sani-
tation Division will complete implementation of citywide automated collections program. Through ongoing
recycling and litter prevention education and outreach, waste reduction, and cost-effective operations, the
Sanitation Division is poised for the Cuyahoga Falls of the future.
Sanitation Division
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Full
Moon
New
Moon
Election Day
Veterans’ Day
Thanksgiving
Day
All Saints’ Day
Veterans’ Day
Observed
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Dance Fever @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Daylight Saving Time
Ends Check Your Smoke
Detector Batteries Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
City Offices Closed
Antic Theatre Holiday
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Holiday Treasures
Craft Show by Craft
Shoppe @ Quirk
9 am - 3 pm
Antic Theatre Holiday
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Antic Theatre Matinee
Show @ Quirk 3 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Antic Theatre Holiday
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Antic Theatre Matinee
Holiday Show @ Quirk
3 pm
City Offices Closed
Refuse & Recycle
Collections Delayed
1 Day Balance of Week
City Offices Closed
Ballroom Nights
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
OPENING DAY!
Ice Rink @ Falls
River Square
12 noon - 9 pm
Antic Theatre Holiday
Show @ Quirk 8 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Leaf Pick-Up
Program Continues
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Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
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Leaf Pick-Up
Program Last Week
Leaf Pick-Up
Program Continues
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3 - 9 pm
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/ecember 2012
Street Division
Top priority of the Cuyahoga Falls Street Division has been to keep our streets clean, safe and in excellent con-
dition. To effectively and efficiently manage the growing network of community roads and sidewalks, the Street
Division has engaged technologies and products that improve service while controlling costs and protecting the
health of the environment.
A prime example of a modern-day efficient and cost-effective technology that has benefited the community for
nearly a decade is the Epoke salt spreader truck equipment. Because Epoke units are more efficient at spreading
salt where it is needed, salt usage has been cut in half. With less salt on the ground, costly impact on our soils and
waterways has been also been decreased.
Extreme weather conditions play
a significant role in sustaining
the quality of our transportation
routes from roads and highways
to pedestrian needs. Our Street
Division has prepared its fleet
and operations for seasonal
demands as well as for the
expected increases in special
operations and functions.
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
January 2013
S M T W T F S
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November 2012
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Full
Moon
New
Moon
Christmas Day
Hanukkah
Begins
at Sundown
Pearl Harbor
Day
First Day
of Winter
New Year’s Eve
First Day of
Kwanzaa
Christmas Eve
Lunch with Santa
@ Quirk 11 am
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Band and Chorus
Holiday Concert
@ Quirk 7:30 pm
Mayor’s 1st Tuesday
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Falls Travel Club
@ Quirk 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Dance Fever @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon – 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
Bicentennial
Wedding Celebration
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
3 - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Improv @ Quirk
7:30 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Senior Adult Bingo
@ Quirk 1 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
City Offices Closed
Refuse & Recycle
Collections Delayed 1
Day Balance of Week
ICE RINK CLOSED
All Residential
Customers Holiday
Cleanup This Week
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 4 pm
Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 8 pm
City Offices Closed
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3 - 9 pm
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Ice Rink Open
12 noon - 9 pm
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Frequently Used Telephone Numbers
Fire Department..................................1924 Front Street, CFO 44221 ........330-971-8400
Deaf Teletype .........................................................................................330-923-7668
Greyhound Bus Lines.................................................................................330-434-9185
Humane Society of Greater Akron. 7996 Darrow Rd, Twinsburg 44087.....330-487-0333
Internal Revenue Service.......................................................................1-800-829-1040
Deaf TDD............................................................................................1-800-829-4059
License Bureau.....................................650 Graham Road, CFO 44221 ........330-929-6469
Metro Regional Transit Authority............................................................330-762-0341
Deaf TDD...............................................................................................330-966-7467
Poison Control Center............................................................................1-800-222-1222
Police Department ...............................2310 2nd Street, CFO 44221 .........330-928-2181
Deaf Teletype .........................................................................................330-923-7668
Post Offices...........................................2054 2nd Street, CFO 44221 .........330-945-8091
.......................................................3345 State Road, CFO 44223 .........330-928-9137
Saint Thomas Hospital ....................444 N. Main Street, Akron 44310......330-375-3000
Social Security Administration..............................................................1-800-772-1213
Spill Reporting Line (24 hours)..............................................................330-643-2522
State Parks ...............................................................................................1-800-282-5393
Summa Barberton Hospital ......................................................................330-615-3000
Summa Western Reserve Hospital....1900 23rd Street, CFO 44223.........330-971-7000
Emergency Department ........................................................................330-971-7436
Deaf Teletype .........................................................................................330-971-7191
Summit County Building Dept. ....1030 East Tallmadge Ave., Akron 44310..330-630-7280
Summit County Health Dept........1100 Graham Road Circle, Stow 44224..330-923-4891
Summit County Sewer................................................................................330-643-2400
Time and Temperature..............................................................................330-673-9811
Time Warner Cable ...........................1919 Brittain Road, Akron 44313...1-877-772-2253
Water and Sewer Emergencies.................................................................330-971-8130
(after business hours call police)..........................................................330-928-2181
City government offices will be
closed on the following days:
New Year’s Day Observed – Monday, January 2, 2012
Martin Luther King Day – Monday, January 16, 2012
Presidents’ Day – Monday, February 20, 2012
Good Friday – Friday, April 6, 2012
Memorial Day – Monday, May 28, 2012
Independence Day – Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Labor Day – Monday, September 3, 2012
Veterans’ Day Observed – Friday, November 9, 2012
Thanksgiving Day – Thursday, November 22, 2012
Day after Thanksgiving – Friday, November 23, 2012
Day Before Christmas – Monday, December 24, 2012
Christmas Day – Tuesday, December 25, 2012
New Year’s Day – Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Akron-Canton Airport ...............................................................................1-888-434-2359
Akron City Hospital.............................525 E. Market Street, Akron 44304....330-375-3000
Akron General Medical Center ..........400 Wabash Avenue, Akron 44307....330-344-6000
Emergency .................................................................................................330-384-6611
Akron Metro Parks ........................................................................................330-867-5511
Akron Summit Convention Bureau ..............................................................330-374-7560
Children’s Hospital .............................One Perkins Square, Akron 44308 ....330-543-1000
Emergency Room.......................................................................................330-543-3000
Poison Center .........................................................................................1-800-872-5111
Cleveland Clinic Foundation..................9500 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland....1-800-223-2273
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport................................................1-216-265-6030
Crisis Prevention Hot Line.........................................................................1-800-333-4444
Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education.........431 Stow Avenue, CFO 44221..........330-926-3800
Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce...151 Portage Trail, CFO 44221..........330-929-6756
Cuyahoga Falls Library ..................................................................................330-928-2117
Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad..............................................................1-800-468-4070
Dog Licenses ...................................................................................................330-630-7226
Dog Warden.....................................................................................................330-643-2845
Dominion East Ohio .............................One Cascade Plaza, Akron 44308 .....330-794-0790
Call Before You Dig.................................................................................1-800-362-2764
Gas Leaks – Fires – Explosions ..............................................................1-877-542-2630
Deaf Teletype (TDD)...............................................................................1-800-633-8903
Driver’s License Examinations..............650 Graham Road, CFO 44221.......330-923-9721
Edwin Shaw Rehabilitation Institute....330 Broadway St. East, CFO 44221......330-436-0910
Deaf Teletype..............................................................................................330-784-8229
Electric Emergencies .......................................8:00 am - 5:00 pm................330-971-8050
(after business hours call police)..............................................................330-928-2181
Falls Catholic Credit Union...........................................................................330-929-7341
EMS, Police, Fire
911
Poison Control, Akron Regional
330-379-8562
800-222-1222
TTY Number: 800-374-1543
Emergencies
City Council meets at the Natatorium in Council Chambers on the second and fourth
Monday of each month at 6:30 pm. Committee meetings, where public opinion is welcomed,
are generally held on the first and third Monday of each month beginning at 6:30 pm.
City Council is in recess the month of August. For meeting confirmation dates and times,
please contact the City of Cuyahoga Falls Law Department at 330-971-8190.
Calendar design by Gary Rittenour, The Art Mooseum
Calendar printed by Star Printing Co., Inc.
Municipal Building Directory
2310 Second Street • Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221 • Telephone: 330-971-8000
Administration .........................................................................................330-971-8000
Mayor’s Office .....................................................................................330-971-8200
Service Director ..................................................................................330-971-8240
Buildings and Grounds Maintenance....................................................330-971-8151
Tree Hotline Number (for tree lawn trees only)..................................330-971-8345
Cemetery Operations...............................................................................330-971-8446
Civil Service..............................................................................................330-971-8150
Community Development/Falls River Square......................................330-971-8135
Housing Inspection .............................................................................330-971-8145
Housing Rehabilitation........................................................................330-971-8140
Planning and Zoning ...........................................................................330-971-8135
Festival Line ........................................................................................330-971-8373
Deaf TTY
City Building Administration................................................................330-971-8193
Police and Fire – Non-Emergency.......................................................330-923-7668
Toll Free Relay Service.....................................................................1-800-750-0750
Electric Service Department...................................................................330-971-8060
Dispatch (for Emergencies)................................................................330-971-8050
(after business hours, call Police) ......................................................330-928-2181
Engineering Division...............................................................................330-971-8180
Finance Department ................................................................................330-971-8230
Fire Department (non-emergency) .......Deaf TDD 330-923-7668 ........330-971-8400
Human Resources....................................................................................330-971-8195
Income Tax Department .........................................................................330-971-8220
Information Services...............................................................................330-971-8160
Law Department.......................................................................................330-971-8190
Mayor’s Court ...........................................................................................330-971-5650
Parks and Recreation Department........................................................330-971-8225
Information Line .................................................................................330-971-8223
Softball Hot Line..................................................................................330-971-8369
Brookledge Golf Club..........................................................................330-971-8416
Downview Sports Center......................................................................330-971-8418
Natatorium Health & Fitness Center.....................................................330-971-8080
Natatorium Info. Line.....................................................................330-971-8082
Quirk Cultural Center..........................................................................330-971-8425
Water Works Family Aquatic Center.....................................................330-971-8433
Water Works Information Line.......................................................330-971-8299
Police Department (non-emergency)....Deaf TDD 330-923-7668 ........330-928-2181
Sanitation Division..................................................................................330-971-8010
Environmental Line (recording) .........................................................330-971-8015
Street Department ...................................................................................330-971-8030
Snow Removal/Leaf Pick-Up................................................................330-971-8031
Switchboard ..............................................Deaf TDD 330-971-8193 ........330-971-8000
Technical Service Department (customer service) ............................330-971-8020
Utility Billing Department (customer service) ...................................330-971-8250
Water Department ...................................................................................330-971-8130
Water Stockroom................................................................................330-971-8005
Water and Sewer Emergencies....................8:00 am - 5:00 pm.............330-971-8130
(after business hours, call Police) ......................................................330-928-2181
Cuyahoga Falls Government
Mayor ..........................Don L. Robart....................1745 Calvert Drive............330-929-5872
Service Director...................................................Valerie Wax Carr
Law Director.........................................................Paul Janis
Finance Director..................................................Joseph Brodzinski
Community Development Director ...................Susan Truby
CITY COUNCIL
Council at Large ........Carol Klinger .....................1715 17th Street...............330-929-8429
.....................................Carrie Hummel Snyder ......2694 7th Street.................330-819-3738
.....................................Jeff Iula..............................2597 24th Street...............330-926-9855
Ward 1.........................Vincent Rubino..................880 Markham Avenue.......330-618-3141
Ward 2.........................Mary Ellen Pyke.................854 Chestnut Blvd. ...........330-922-0987
Ward 3.........................Ken Barnhart .....................1725 Calvert Drive............330-922-0983
Ward 4.........................Mark Ihasz ........................2376 11th Street...............330-922-3006
Ward 5.........................Diana Colavecchio.............3414 Haggerty Way...........330-945-7326
Ward 6.........................Don Walters.......................3395 Pendleton Street ......330-929-9399
Ward 7.........................Jerry James........................2209 Liberty Street ...........330-929-8117
Ward 8.........................Terry Mader.......................1946 Theiss Road.............330-920-1060
Standing (left to right):
Terry Mader, Vincent Rubino, Mark Ihasz, Jerry James, Don Walters, Ken Barnhart, Carol Klinger
Seated (left to right):
Mary Ellen Pyke, Diana Colavecchio, Jeff Iula, Carrie Hummel Snyder

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