The City of Powell is hosting the annual Candy by the Carload event from 4-6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 in the Municipal Building Parking Lot, 47 Hall Street.
The Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA) legislation was unanimously approved by Powell City Council during last night’s meeting.
The annual Powell Community Bonfire presented by the Powell Police Department and Liberty Township Fire Department will be held from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19 in Village Green Park, 47 Hall Street.
“Only Rain Down the Drain” serves as a message that the City wishes to share with its residents, regarding our collective responsibility to protect water quality. The storm drain in your street carries rain water and snow melt as well as trash, grass clippings, fertilizer, oil and other wastes directly to our streams. Read the complete article from the Delaware Soil & Water Conservation District.
Motorists traveling through downtown Powell will soon see signs in place to prohibit left turns from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. daily at the Olentangy and Liberty Street intersection. The signs are expected to be installed by the City’s Public Service Department early next week, weather permitting.
Autumn is here, which means we’re in full swing of election season. With that comes the increase in political signs in and around the city. Campaign signs are permitted in all districts within the City of Powell.
To help keep children safe on our roads, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is sponsoring Child Passenger Safety Week from September 15-21, 2019. The goal is to make sure your child is in the correct car seat, that it’s properly installed and used, and that it’s registered with its manufacturer to ensure you receive important safety updates.
The bike path that connects Rutherford Estates to the new Seldom Seen Park will be closed for paving starting Wednesday, Sept. 18 through this weekend.
Interim Chief of Police Stephen Hrytzik will be sworn in as the Chief of Police during the next City Council meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 in the Municipal Building Council Chambers, 47 Hall Street.
Powell City Council is seeking candidates who are interested in being considered for appointment to the Planning & Zoning Commission.