Mayor Walters is committed to remaining accessible to residents and businesses to provide an open and transparent form of local government.

He wants those that live, work and play in the City of Cuyahoga Falls to know that he strives to quickly and proactively address concerns and works to educate the community about advantageous programming to enhance our quality of life.

Community News

2024 calendar The Official City of Cuyahoga Falls Calendar

The Cuyahoga Falls Community Calendar is offered to residents for free, and is distributed by the city with support from community businesses. Print your own digital copy or learn where to find your free copy on our Official City of CF Calendar program page.



Stay up-to-date on festivals, concerts, movie nights and much more with this quick guide to everything happening Downtown.

First Tuesday

Everyone from the Cuyahoga Falls community is invited to schedule an appointment on the first Tuesday of each month to visit with Mayor Walters at City Hall. Learn more about the Mayor's First Tuesday program here.

Take 10

The Mayor understands that it is imperative to stay in touch with residents and businesses so, he makes a point to “drop in” for a ten-minute chat about what is happening in the neighborhood and what can be improved. Click here to learn more about the mayor's Take 10 visits.

Social Media

Not everyone has the time to swing by City Hall for a conversation during business hours, so Mayor Walters has made himself available through various social mediums. Follow him on Facebook, or follow the City of Cuyahoga Falls on Instagram or Facebook to explore the many ways to stay in touch with your community.


Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report is a set of reports outlining the city's finances. Read the Cuyahoga Falls Comprehensive Annual Financial Report reports here.

Safety Forces Reports

Every year the Police and Fire Chiefs provide the mayor with an all-encompassing report on the safety services provided to our community. Visit these departments to read the latest records on how our first responders work diligently to keep our neighborhoods secure.

Public Power Connections

American Municipal Power, a partner to cities with public power systems, posts quarterly reports to inform their customers, develop a better understanding of the electric industry and the benefits of public power, and how to use electricity safely and efficiently. Read the most recent edition of Public Power Connections in the Electric Department.

State of the City Address

All are welcome to join in this annual event where the Mayor joins the Chamber of Commerce and fellow residents to present the status of city operations.

Click here for transcripts and audio of past State of the City Addresses.

Water Quality

Nothing is more important than a clean bill of health for our water system. Read through the annual Cuyahoga Falls Water Quality Reports outlining the analysis of the city's water supply.