Ward 4 councilwoman hosts picnic, radargun demo June 24

Councilwoman Mary Nichols-Rhodes invites Ward 4 residents to attend the third annual Ward 4 picnic and radar gun demonstration on June 24 from 1-3 p.m. at Oak Park Shelter. Residents will again have the chance to guess the speed of traffic and verify the speeds with the use of a radar gun. The Cuyahoga Falls Police Department will participate in this event as will Mayor Don Walters.

Information about the city's many services and neighborhood programs will be available. Food and beverages provided. For more information contact mnicholsrhodes@gmail.com.

Portion of Second Street closed forCruise In on Mondays

The Don Sitts Riverfront Car Cruise is off and running in its new location in the Weller Court Municipal Parking Lot and the parking lot of St. Joseph's. During the Cruise In on Monday nights, Second Street will be closed from Broad Boulevard to Falls Avenue, open only to traffic going to Pilgrim Church or Absorbent Minds Montessori School.

For additional information on the Riverfront Car Cruise, visit http://www.riverfrontcruisein.com/.

North-, southbound Route 8 exits willhave lane restrictions

The State Route 8 northbound and southbound exit ramps at Howe Avenue will have various daily lane restrictions to lengthen the exit ramps at the Route 8 and Howe Avenue interchange. This work is part of a $700,000 project to increase storage capacity at the Route 8 northbound and southbound ramps at Howe Avenue. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by August.

Lane restrictions on Route 8 for bridge work

State Route 8 between Howe Avenue and Graham Road has various daily and nightly lane restrictions for bridge repairs. These restrictions will occur between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. This work is part of a $4.6 million project to resurface Route 8 between Howe and Graham roads, State Route 303 from east of Chittenden Road to Olde 8 and on SR 261 from just west of Route 8 to N. Main Street. The project also includes miscellaneous bridge repairs. The entire project is scheduled to be complete by October.