Best Place to LiveWhat makes the City of Powell one of the best places to live in the United States? According to CNN/Money Magazine, our jobs, education, crime rate and access to leisure activities earned us that title.

Since receiving that distinction, the accolades have continued. Early in 2010, Delaware County, the portion of central Ohio that Powell calls home, was named one of the "Best Places to Get Ahead" in the U.S. by has also called Delaware County one of the country's five best places to raise a family, based on cost of living, reasonably priced homes, quality of schools and short commute times. Delaware County also finished No. 6 on CNN/Money's list of 25 counties that have experienced the most job growth in the last 10 years. And most recently, a Business Journals On Numbers survey ranked Powell 5th among 955 Midwestern communities for quality of life, ahead of any other Ohio city.

We have always believed that we're part of a great American community, but it’s always nice to have someone else pay that same compliment.

Please take a virtual stroll and discover for yourself why people love to call Powell home.

Candy by the Carload
Debut your Halloween costume at the annual Candy by the Carload event from 5-7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. The Village Green parking lot will be transformed into a trick-or-treaterís treasure chest as local businesses and organizations set up booths and car trunks filled with candy, toys and other Halloween goodies.
Trick-or-Treat in Powell
Trick-or-Treat is scheduled for 6-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31 in the City of Powell.

Leaf Collection
In the City of Powell, leaves are collected free of charge by Rumpke during the fall season. Leaves should be placed in paper yard waste bags or in containers marked with yard waste stickers and set curbside on Tuesdays, the Cityís trash collection day.
Parks & Recreation Guide | Fall 2014
Play, learn, create and imagine this fall with Powell Parks & Recreation. Classes range from preschool play to stroller strides.

Express registration for City residents only is from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 20 at the Municipal Building, 47 Hall St. Online registration for City residents only begins Thursday, Aug. 21 and starts for non-residents Friday, Aug. 22. Registration cannot be accepted over the phone or via email.

SR 315/750 Project Update
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is on schedule to complete the project at State Routes 315 and 750 by Thanksgiving of this year, weather permitting. ODOT will use shotcrete, which is concrete that is sprayed out of a nozzle instead of poured to stabilize the wall. To perform the work, there will be temporary lane closures, but SR 315 and 750 will not be closed completely. Prior notification of any lane restrictions will be provided.
Meeting Agendas
The City of Powell regularly posts the agendas of all meetings as they become scheduled. Click here to access all agendas and minutes.

Know Your Door-to-Door Solicitors
Residents seeing door-to-door solicitors in their neighborhood may wonder if the solicitors are licensed to be selling their goods and services in Powell. Visit the link above for information on who has an up-to-date peddler's permit in the City.



Fall Parks & Recreation Classes

Looking for a way to report zoning violations, road hazards and other issues to the City?
Click here to download the myPowell Smartphone app.

Want to learn more about how the City is staying lean in a tight economy?
Click here for articles on how Council's Finance Committee is analyzing the City budget to find ways to save money and cut costs.

Looking for public parking in Downtown Powell?
Click here for a map of all public parking areas in the downtown.

Honor a veteran at the Greater Powell Veterans Memorial through the Veterans Memorial Brick Program.
Click here for more information.

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