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Powell Police Chief Stephen Hrytzik Elected Section IV Representative of FBI National Academy Associates


Powell Police Chief Stephen Hrytzik was recently elected Section IV Representative of the FBI National Academy Associates (FBINAA), a non-profit, international organization of more than 16,000 senior law enforcement professionals dedicated to providing their communities, states, countries, and profession with the highest degree of law enforcement expertise, training, education, and information. As Section IV Representative, Continue reading…

City of Powell Parks and Recreation Announces Schedule for Fall 2022


The City of Powell has published its 2022 Parks and Recreation Fall Guide as it prepares to open registration for a wide variety of fall programs for all ages. Programs will encompass many different interests ranging from sports to dance to yoga to robots to arts and crafts and more. Registration begins Monday, August 22, Continue reading…

The Powell Citizens Police Academy Now Accepting Registrations


The 13th class of the Powell Citizens Police Academy begins Wednesday, August 31, and is now open for registration. This free, 11-week class is held every Wednesday from 7-9pm at the Powell Police Department (47 Hall St.) and covers a variety of topics including traffic stops, crime prevention, CPR certification, OVI enforcement, crime scene investigation, Continue reading…

Summer Sunday Concert on the Green – August 28


For the first time in each orchestra’s history, the Powell Community Band and the Worthington Civic Band will come together to perform at Summer Sunday Concert on the Green on Sunday, August 28. This free, outdoor concert will showcase each band with their own individual set then bring them together for a combined grand finale, Continue reading…

SR 750 Closure ***RESCHEDULED*** for August 12-14


The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) will close State Route 750 between State Route 315 and Valley Run Drive beginning at 9pm on Friday, August 12, through Monday, August 14, at 5am for a culvert replacement (see red area on map). SR 315 will remain open. They will detour SR 750 traffic to SR 315 Continue reading…

Serve the Powell Community


The City of Powell currently has the following opportunities available for Powell residents with an interest in serving their community: Planning and Zoning Commission – Meets the second Wednesday of each month at 7 pm. Board of Zoning Appeals – Meets the first Thursday of the month on an as-needed basis Historic Downtown Advisory Commission Continue reading…

Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony 2022


The city of Powell is hosting the annual Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday, May 31 in downtown Powell. The parade and ceremony will follow public health guidelines established by local, state and federal health agencies.

2021 Annual Report


View the 2021 Annual Report here.

2022 Municipal Income Tax Changes for Working From Home


The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the location of work for many residents and employees in Powell. For those who have changed their physical work location, the State of Ohio has changed the way you may pay your municipal income taxes. Learn more about what this could mean for you in 2022. 

Powell announces dynamic events schedule for 2022


The city of Powell plans to host several new events in 2022 and bring back beloved signature events such as the Powell Festival and Lolli-Pops! Children’s Concert Series.