Mayor Don Walters is pleased to announce the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department’s 2020 Toys for Tickets Program. For the eleventh year, the program will allow motorists who are stopped for minor traffic offenses to trade a traffic warning for a toy donation to Cuyahoga Falls Good Neighbors.

“Chief Davis and our Cuyahoga Falls Police Department are true community servants with a strong history of finding innovative ways to assist our local non-profit organizations and this is no exception,” stated Mayor Walters. “The Toys for Tickets program gives motorists an opportunity to make a lasting impact on families in our city in lieu of a traffic warning.”

“Every year, we are grateful for the giving nature of those who opt to participate in our Toys for Tickets Program in the spirit of delivering holiday joy to so many deserving children in our community,” said Cuyahoga Falls Police Chief Jack Davis.

From November 27 through December 11, 2020, Cuyahoga Falls Police Officers will issue toy waivers to replace verbal warnings that are received for minor traffic cases. The toy waiver encourages the minor traffic violator to donate a new, unwrapped toy to the Good Neighbors program. Drivers may drop off the toy at the Cuyahoga Falls Police Department, 2310 Second Street, on or before December 11, 2020.