Reynoldsburg City News

BIG LOTS GRAND OPENING!!!!

Big Lots celebrated a grand opening at its new location 6300 Livingston Ave. on Friday, August 22, 2014. OSU legend Archie Griffin was on-hand, signing autographs for those who attended and shopped the nation's largest brand-name closeout retailer. The new 30, 055 square foot facility carries an even broader range of merchandise for the cost-conscious-consumer.

Hours of operation: 9 am - 9 pm Monday through Saturday; 10 - 7 pm Sunday

City Receives Grant for Major Livingston Avenue Project

City Receives Grant for Major Livingston Avenue Project

12/18/2014 - The City of Reynoldsburg has been awarded a grant for a $3.8 million infrastructure improvement project on Livingston Avenue...
January - July 2015 Parks and Recreation Activity Guide
Officer Sunday of the Reynoldsburg Police Department Receives the MADD Award of Excellence!

Officer Sunday of the Reynoldsburg Police Department Receives the MADD Award of Excellence!

12/4/2014 - Officer Sunday received the MADD Award of Excellence on this date for arresting the most OVI offenders.
REMINDER: Snow Clearing

REMINDER: Snow Clearing

11/5/2014 - Snow clearing of the driveway and mailbox area prior to the snow season.
Reynoldsburg PD Wins Burger Challenge!
Reynoldsburg Police Department Units Give Cub Scouts First Hand Look Into the Duties of the PD
Come Cheer On Your Reynoldsburg Police Department in the 4th Annual Burger Battle
Local Agencies Take Necessary Steps to Keep Our Schools Safe

Local Agencies Take Necessary Steps to Keep Our Schools Safe

5/6/2014 -

The Reynoldsburg Division of Police along with a multitude of other police agencies, fire/EMS agencies, Reynoldsburg School District Staff, and emergency management agencies took the first steps to train and prepare for a catastrophic school attack. 

Don't Let Food Poisoning Ruin Your Summer Fun

Don't Let Food Poisoning Ruin Your Summer Fun

4/23/2014 - We have much to celebrate in the summer – graduations, family reunions, holidays, vacations and more. Don’t let food poisoning ruin your fun. If you are hosting a backyard barbeque or picnic, know the proper way to handle food to keep your family and friends safe from food-related illnesses. Here are some tips from Franklin County Public Health and the City of Reynoldsburg.
Herbert Mills Elementary Celebrated Hard Work With Silly String!
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