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Citizen Police Academy Accepting Applications

Posted on 2018-07-16 to City Manager's Blog

Based on the number of crime shows and movies that grace our TV and movie screens, our fascination with the world of law enforcement knows no bounds. If you would like to take a behind-the-scenes-glimpse into the work of the UA Police Division, you can apply to participate in the Citizen Police Academy, held each fall.

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Click here for tips on ensuring a safe Beggar's Night for all, as well as details of the City's volunteer Pumpkin Patrol
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Upper Arlington's Beggar's Night will take place this year on Thursday, October 30 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. 
 
UA's volunteer Pumpkin Patrol will in neighborhoods making sure kids are safe and passing out candy. They will be driving City pick-up trucks, marked by a pumpkin atop the cabin. 
 
Click here for tips on ensuring a safe Beggar's Night for all, as well as details of the City's volunteer Pumpkin Patrol
- See more at: http://www.uaoh.net/egov/apps/events/calendar.egov?view=detail;id=234#sthash.9L3lwqRE.dpuf

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Upper Arlington's City Council is comprised of seven citizens who are elected at-large by residents to serve a maximum of two, four-year terms. The Council selects a President and Vice President from among its ranks to serve two-year terms. The President of Council presides over City Council meetings and serves as Mayor for ceremonial duties. The Vice President assumes the duties of the President in his/her absence.

Council's responsibilities include establishing local laws, setting policy, approving programs and generally overseeing the operations of the City. The Council hires the City Manager, City Attorney and Clerk of Council.

City Council typically meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month for regular City Council Meetings and the first and third Mondays of the month for Council Conference Sessions.

All meetings of City Council are open to the public except for Executive Sessions during which Council members may discuss specific types of business as defined by the Ohio Revised Code. Executive Sessions are for discussion only, since all formal action must be taken at a regular or special meeting.
 
Meetings usually begin at 7:30 p.m. Please call 614-583-5030 to confirm the dates/times of upcoming meetings or check meeting notices in the This Week Upper Arlington News.
- See more at: http://www.uaoh.net/department/index.php?structureid=2#sthash.DqToMpbh.dpuf
Upper Arlington's City Council is comprised of seven citizens who are elected at-large by residents to serve a maximum of two, four-year terms. The Council selects a President and Vice President from among its ranks to serve two-year terms. The President of Council presides over City Council meetings and serves as Mayor for ceremonial duties. The Vice President assumes the duties of the President in his/her absence.

Council's responsibilities include establishing local laws, setting policy, approving programs and generally overseeing the operations of the City. The Council hires the City Manager, City Attorney and Clerk of Council.

City Council typically meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month for regular City Council Meetings and the first and third Mondays of the month for Council Conference Sessions.

All meetings of City Council are open to the public except for Executive Sessions during which Council members may discuss specific types of business as defined by the Ohio Revised Code. Executive Sessions are for discussion only, since all formal action must be taken at a regular or special meeting.
 
Meetings usually begin at 7:30 p.m. Please call 614-583-5030 to confirm the dates/times of upcoming meetings or check meeting notices in the This Week Upper Arlington News.
- See more at: http://www.uaoh.net/department/index.php?structureid=2#sthash.DqToMpbh.dpuf
Upper Arlington's City Council is comprised of seven citizens who are elected at-large by residents to serve a maximum of two, four-year terms. The Council selects a President and Vice President from among its ranks to serve two-year terms. The President of Council presides over City Council meetings and serves as Mayor for ceremonial duties. The Vice President assumes the duties of the President in his/her absence.

Council's responsibilities include establishing local laws, setting policy, approving programs and generally overseeing the operations of the City. The Council hires the City Manager, City Attorney and Clerk of Council.

City Council typically meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month for regular City Council Meetings and the first and third Mondays of the month for Council Conference Sessions.

All meetings of City Council are open to the public except for Executive Sessions during which Council members may discuss specific types of business as defined by the Ohio Revised Code. Executive Sessions are for discussion only, since all formal action must be taken at a regular or special meeting.
 
Meetings usually begin at 7:30 p.m. Please call 614-583-5030 to confirm the dates/times of upcoming meetings or check meeting notices in the This Week Upper Arlington News.
- See more at: http://www.uaoh.net/department/index.php?structureid=2#sthash.DqToMpbh.dpuf

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    The Citizen Police Academy gives residents a greater understanding and awareness of law enforcement and citizen safety programs. Citizen Police Academy students learn about crime scene investigations and more. The program is scheduled to run Thursday evenings from September 6 to November 8. Act quickly, though-applications close Friday, July 27. To apply visit upperarlington.seamlessdocs.com/f/mwdwaaeexwxs ... See moreSee less

    The Citizen Police Academy gives residents a greater understanding and awareness of law enforcement and citizen safety programs. Citizen Police Academy students learn about crime scene investigations and more. The program is scheduled to run Thursday evenings from September 6 to November 8. Act quickly, though—applications close Friday, July 27. To apply visit https://upperarlington.seamlessdocs.com/f/mwdwaaeexwxs

     

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    Believe it or not, how you handle pet waste affects UA's water quality! Water that goes through the storm sewer systems is not treated, so what goes into a drain exits straight into our waterways. Do your part and Pick Up Poop and always bring bags when walking your pup. Visit www.franklinswcd.org/pup to learn more. ... See moreSee less

    Believe it or not, how you handle pet waste affects UA’s water quality! Water that goes through the storm sewer systems is not treated, so what goes into a drain exits straight into our waterways. Do your part and Pick Up Poop and always bring bags when walking your pup. Visit https://www.franklinswcd.org/pup to learn more.

    Based on the number of crime shows and movies that grace our TV and movie screens, our fascination with the world of law enforcement knows no bounds. If you would like to take a behind-the-scenes-glimpse into the work of the UA Police Division, you can apply to participate in the Citizen Police Academy, held each fall: tinyurl.com/y8t4abun ... See moreSee less

    Based on the number of crime shows and movies that grace our TV and movie screens, our fascination with the world of law enforcement knows no bounds. If you would like to take a behind-the-scenes-glimpse into the work of the UA Police Division, you can apply to participate in the Citizen Police Academy, held each fall: https://tinyurl.com/y8t4abun

    Have you visited the Concourse Gallery at the MSC lately? This month features Here and There: Celebrating UA, now through August 17. Enjoy works by a variety of artists who live and create in UA. There will be a reception on Thursday, July 26 from 5-7 pm. staging.uaoh.net/government-services/parks-recreation/cultural-arts/ ... See moreSee less

    Have you visited the Concourse Gallery at the MSC lately? This month features Here and There: Celebrating UA, now through August 17. Enjoy works by a variety of artists who live and create in UA. There will be a reception on Thursday, July 26 from 5-7 pm. http://staging.uaoh.net/government-services/parks-recreation/cultural-arts/

    July is National Parks and Recreation Month and we want to encourage you to discover your local parks! Participate in the #Passport2Exploration challenge from July 1 - October 31 and win a prize! Find a code word at each park and put them together to form a sentence. For more information visit www.myfcph.org/july-is-parks-and-recreation-month/ #DiscoverJuly ... See moreSee less

    July is National Parks and Recreation Month and we want to encourage you to discover your local parks! Participate in the #Passport2Exploration challenge from July 1 - October 31 and win a prize! Find a code word at each park and put them together to form a sentence. For more information visit https://www.myfcph.org/july-is-parks-and-recreation-month/ #DiscoverJuly

     

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    This is cool! Has the city ever done one for the UA Parks? Or a scavenger hunt type thing?

    Thanks Meier Family for this great submission of your 250 year old Centennial Heritage Tree! Fun fact: the neighborhood kids named the tree Steve. Love it! #uaoh100 ... See moreSee less

    Thanks Meier Family for this great submission of your 250 year old Centennial Heritage Tree! Fun fact: the neighborhood kids named the tree Steve. Love it! #uaoh100

     

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    Out of curiosity what type of tree is it?

    The Water Quality Partner Program is a stormwater-specific pledge program to help share best practices and a better understanding of how to manage stormwater. See a list of businesses that are proud partners in Upper Arlington of this program. Small everyday behaviors can be deadly to our water systems. Learn more at www.franklinswcd.org/water-quality-partner-program. ... See moreSee less

    The Water Quality Partner Program is a stormwater-specific pledge program to help share best practices and a better understanding of how to manage stormwater. See a list of businesses that are proud partners in Upper Arlington of this program. Small everyday behaviors can be deadly to our water systems. Learn more at https://www.franklinswcd.org/water-quality-partner-program.

    More often than not, issues with nuisance wildlife result because we humans have not taken the appropriate precautions to make our yards and homes unappealing to opportunistic passersby. By taking a few simple steps to manage our solid waste output and remove possible food sources, we can do much to keep unwanted visitors from taking up residence: tinyurl.com/ycxjgtdq ... See moreSee less

    More often than not, issues with nuisance wildlife result because we humans have not taken the appropriate precautions to make our yards and homes unappealing to opportunistic passersby. By taking a few simple steps to manage our solid waste output and remove possible food sources, we can do much to keep unwanted visitors from taking up residence: https://tinyurl.com/ycxjgtdq