- When shoveling snow Please keep the area around fire hydrants clear.
- House numbers – Please be sure you have your house numbers on the front of your house. This is important for emergency responders.
- In 2017 there were approx. 3,000 signs removed from right of ways in the Northland area. These are the political signs, yard work signs etc. Helps keep our neighborhood clean, not to mention most are against city code.
- See something, say something call 3-1-1 or police 614-645-4545.
- 3-1-1, trash piled up around homes; vehicles parked illegally or over 72 hours are a couple of things. You can go to their web site and look at the list.
CMAX, the Central Ohio Transit Authority’s (COTA) new high-frequency, limited-stop service along Cleveland Avenue, launches on Jan. 1, 2018! To celebrate the launch and invite customers to try the new service, COTA is offering free fares on CMAX Jan. 1-7, 2018.
The 15.6-mile CMAX route runs along Cleveland Avenue between downtown Columbus and the Ohio Health Westerville Medical Campus at Polaris Parkway and Africa Road. The new service combines convenience, reliability and technology to get customers where they need to go quickly.
Between Downtown and SR-161, CMAX runs every 10 minutes during rush hour on weekdays, and every 15 minutes midday, evenings and weekends. Service runs every 30 minutes north of SR-161 to Polaris Parkway and Africa Road. CMAX syncs with traffic signals to keep buses running on time.
“CMAX is a brand new way for COTA to provide public transportation in our growing region,” said Emille Williams, COTA’s Interim President/CEO. “CMAX is a significant investment in public transportation and in our neighborhoods. The service will improve mobility and connect the communities along Cleveland Avenue with employment opportunities, education and healthcare services.”
CMAX also features enhanced passenger amenities, including: specially-branded buses; upgraded passenger stations with real-time information screens; and free on-board Wi-Fi and USB charging ports. CMAX is only $2 per one-way trip. Daily, weekly and monthly passes are also available at the COTA Pass Sales (33 N High St. 43215) and over 3,500 pass outlets throughout Central Ohio.
COTA will host a CMAX Community Celebration on Sat., Jan. 6, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., at Linden STEM Academy, 2626 Cleveland Avenue. The free event is open to the public and features access to community resources, kid-friendly activities, giveaways, food, music and more
Many Sharon Woods residents did a lot also for “Missy” however I am glad they didn’t mention us as don’t need them hanging around. Missy and grandparents should have their privacy!
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Here are the 4 winners of this year’s contest – thank you to all who helped to make our neighborhood so festive! Also thank you to the Beechcroft Lions Club for judging the contest.
BEST USE OF WHITE LIGHTS – 1656 CALGARY DRIVE
BEST USE OF MULTI-COLORED LIGHTS – 6164 KARL ROAD
BEST FAITH-BASED THEME – 6655 SKYWAE DRIVE
BEST ANIMATED/HUMOROUS/MUSIC THEME – 6248 KARL ROAD
I am sure you are aware of all of the shootings around Columbus – so sad. I am sure you all do this, however it never hurts to remind us all ,that No matter where you are, if you see something that just doesn’t look right, then say something.
I do believe that it is the responsibility of citizens to say something if they see something. The police can’t be everywhere, so please do what you can to make our neighborhood, our city a better place to live.
If you ever have any questions/concerns give me a call.
Pat Wood, 614-406-4829
For Immediate Release
Dec. 8, 2017
Jeff Ortega, office (614) 645-5181, mobile: (614) 373-1501
2017-2018 City of Columbus Winter Preparedness Update
The Department of Public Service is preparing for possible snow and ice this coming weekend.
The city of Columbus Snow Warriors have been performing anti-ice functions throughout the city in preparation for the possibility of light accumulation and falling temperatures over the weekend. City crews began anti-icing efforts earlier this week and will continue as the weather allows. Currently the Department of Public Service has 85 trucks ready to be put into service, as needed, and has approximately 30,000 tons of salt on hand.
- Anti-icing is the proactive applying of products to roadways before a snow & ice event. Anti-icing helps prevent snow and ice from bonding to pavement, allowing workers to clear the roads more easily. Anti-icing can create safer winter conditions and is a more cost-effective alternative to de-icing. Managers cannot rely on one method for de-icing and anti-icing because each chemical and storm is different.
Once the snow falls, be sure to go to warriorwatch.columbus.gov to see what city streets have been serviced in the past 72 hours and to check the priority level of your street.
We would to THANK EVERYONE for all the generous out pour of thought and love for our granddaughter. She is doing very well and is very very happy. She would like to THANK EVERYONE for all the clothes, shoes and toys. We would like to THANK EVERYONE for the money as well, it came in handy for some other things for our granddaughter.
Click below to open the PDF which is our 4th quarter Gatepost. This newsletter will be mailed to all Sharon Woods homes very soon. There is a lot of information about upcoming holiday events in this edition.
Inside will be yet another application for membership in the civic association. So, if you have not yet sent in your application and check please do so. Thank you in advance for your support!
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columbus city council news release
Councilmember Stinziano Announces November Community Hours
Councilmember Michael Stinziano will hold Community Hours in November across the City to listen to issues and concerns of Columbus residents. Community Hours offer citizens the opportunity to tell Councilmember Stinziano what is important to them and how he and City Council can help. All members of the Columbus community are encouraged to attend.
“Significant issues confront our diverse City every day. I want to hear, firsthand, from my constituents about what concerns them as we work together to make our neighborhoods the best places to live, work, start a business and raise a family in Ohio,” said Stinziano.
*Final October Hour – Monday, October 30
Columbus Metropolitan Library – Linden
2223 Cleveland Ave., Columbus, OH 43211
Councilmember Stinziano will hold November Community Hours at the following locations:
Friday, November 3
Panera – Blacklick Center
6887 E. Broad St.
10:00am – 11:30am
Saturday, November 11
Tim Horton’s – Northland
955 E. Dublin Granville Rd.
10:00am – 11:30am
Friday, November 17
Panera Bread – Clintonville
4519 N. High St.
12:00pm – 1:30pm
Tuesday, November 21
North Side Pride Center
248 E. 11th Ave.
5:00pm – 6:30pm
Monday, November 27
Tim Horton’s – High Street
3623 S. High St.
4:00pm – 5:30pm
For additional information contact: