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2016 Downtown Revitalization Grant

ATTENTION
DOWNTOWN PROPERTY OWNERS

Guernsey County is applying for a Downtown Revitalization Grant from the Ohio Development Services Agency. Eligible projects include exterior and interior improvements to help bring buildings into compliance with local code. Please click the link below for details.

2016 Downtown Revitalization Grant

Thank you!
Kimberly Haught, Director
Economic and Community Development
Office: (740) 439-5491

Haven of Hope "Run 4 Hope"

HAVEN OF HOPE

"Run 4 Hope" 5K Run/Walk

Saturday, April 16, 2016

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Twenty-five City of Cambridge employees and a few spouses participated in the 6th annual Haven of Hope "Run 4 Hope" 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, April 16, 2016. This popular event was the kick-off for the Corporate Fitness Challenge between the City and several local employers promoting wellness in the workforce. Overall, 392 individuals participated.

Cambridge Community Gardens

Oakland Boulevard Project

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Trees Removed During the Oakland Blvd Project

PHASE I (Begins Monday, February 22)

  • Highland Ave to Scott Ave — Full Street Closure
  • To be completed by July 15, 2016
  • Contractor will construct storm sewer, catch basin, under drains, curb and gutter, asphalt pavement, sidewalk, and driveways

PHASE II (After Phase I is Complete & Open to Traffic)

  • Scott Ave to Clark St — Full Street Closure
  • To be completed by October 31, 2016

Each closed section of Oakland Boulevard will need to use an alternate location for residents and businesses to access their property, either via alley or side street. A detour will be posted to redirect through traffic around the project area. Your patience and understanding during construction is greatly appreciated!

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Questions? Contact the City Engineer, Paul Sherry, at 740-432-3601