The Pataskala City Council recently approved the placement of a .75-mill permanent levy on the November 2017 general election ballot for parks and recreation equipment, maintenance, and operation. If approved, the levy will cost a homeowner $26.25 for every $100,000 in property valuation. There are 7 public parks located throughout the city. The parks and
The City budgeted $650,000 of local funds for this year’s road program. This represents the largest amount ever budgeted from local (non-debt) funds for road improvements. This was accomplished through conservative budgeting and superior financial management. Roads scheduled for repair this year include: Repaving– Applewood Street, a portion of Corylus Drive, portion of Oxford
It is with great pride and satisfaction that I present to you the State of the City address concerning all city operations and the accomplishments in 2016. The City is thriving under the management of City Administrator BJ King, Department Directors, and staff.