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Aug 21

Improvements to West Goodale Boulevard

Posted on August 21, 2017 at 9:20 AM by Laura Oldham

Update from August 21, 2017

Paving on Goodale Blvd started this morning, and crews will be milling and paving most of the week, so be aware of a large amount of trucks and equipment on Goodale. Traffic will be maintained in both directions, but there will be delays throughout the week. 

Questions concerning the project can be directed to Darryl Hughes, Director of Service for Grandview Heights at dhughes@grandviewheights.org or 614 488-4728.   

Click here to sign up for notifications regarding improvements to West Goodale Boulevard.

Check here for weekly project updates on Improvements to West Goodale Boulevard. (PDF coming soon.) 

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Aug 18

Grandview Heights promotes diversity, inclusion and respect

Posted on August 18, 2017 at 3:15 PM by Laura Oldham

The Grandview Heights community embraces diversity and inclusion and promotes tolerance and respect for all citizens. Like you, we were shocked and saddened by the violence and hate that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend. We condemn hateful acts of violence by domestic terrorists; hate speech and intolerance are counter to the kindness and diversity we value in our community.

Bigotry and intolerance have no place in Grandview Heights. Our government and our citizens will continue to work together to promote education, diversity, respect, open-mindedness and acceptance. As a small community, we look out for our neighbors no matter the color of skin, age, gender, sexual identity, religion, physical or mental abilities. The City of Grandview Heights is committed to supporting a diverse community, and we welcome residents and visitors from all walks of life.

Thanks to each of you for spreading love and kindness throughout our community.
Grandview Heights Promotes Diversity, Inclusion and Respect

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Aug 17

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

Posted on August 17, 2017 at 1:51 PM by Laura Oldham

The national "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" safety campaign goes into effect on August 18, 2017 through September 3, 2017. One of the deadliest, yet preventable of crimes (drunk driving), has become a serious safety epidemic in our country. In 2015, 10,265 people were killed and approximately 290,000 were injured as a result of drunk driving. Please designate a sober driver or plan to use public transportation to get home safely.

Learn more about the campaign and the deadly impact of drunk driving here

Drive Sober Campaign

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