The City of Cuyahoga Falls makes a concerted effort to work across government boundaries and with many organizations, businesses and community leaders to provide leadership and growth experiences for all ages and interests.

Cuyahoga Falls Chamber of Commerce

Our local Chamber is a strong supporter and resource for businesses of all sizes. Reach out to this integral organization to help build your business in Cuyahoga Falls.

Honorary BoulevardHonorary Boulevard, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

Broad Boulevard has ceremoniously been rebranded the Honorary Boulevard for good reason - because of the residents who make an impact on the city through volunteerism and public service. The city is proud to honor those individuals and organizations making a difference every day.

Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council

This advisory council is comprised of 9th - 12th graders to meet with the Mayor and his cabinet so that this generation of leaders is given a voice and an opportunity to learn first-hand about how local government works.

Neighborhood Leadership Institute of Summit County

The Neighborhood Leadership Institute of Summit County is a valued community organization providing citizens the skills they need to develop networks and make their community stronger through collaboration and a bit of hard work.

Mayor Walters signs ordinance allowing spouses to be buried with their veteran partners at Oakwood Cemetery. Veterans of Cuyahoga Falls

The first VFW was founded in 1899, and the Ralph Huff Post 1062 was established in Cuyahoga Falls in 1923, and to this day is a place where our local veterans fellowship and give back to the community. In 2015, Mayor Walters enacted legislation allowing for veteran spouses to be laid at rest together in Oakwood Cemetery.