Community Commissions

Regular Meetings

  • 6:30 p.m.
  • First Wednesday of the month
  • Reynoldsburg Municipal Building
    7232 E Main Street
    Reynoldsburg, OH 43068

Meetings are open to the public.

Arts Committee

More information coming soon.

Beautification Committee

The mission of the Reynoldsburg Community Beautification Committee is to assist the City, its residents and businesses in pursuing hands-on initiatives that improve and maintain the aesthetics and cleanliness of the City. We will endeavor to create civic pride and to motivate the City’s diverse population to participate in the beautification process. The Committee will identify areas in need of improvement, create programs, recruit volunteers and help to secure the funding to achieve *SMART goals while coordinating its efforts Carefully with the City and the other Community Committees.

SMART Goals:

* Specific
* Measurable
* Achievable
* Relevant
* Time-based

Members: John Haag, Colette Gabriel, Sean Cress, Sue Williamson, Hannah Cotton-Snyder

Military Committee

More information coming soon.

Traffic and Transportation Committee

The mission of the Reynoldsburg Community Traffic and Transportation Commission is to promote safe, effective and efficient travel throughout the city. The commission will work with elected officials, Civic leaders and residents to address traffic issues and concerns that affect the daily lives of residents in our community.

Members: April Darling, Brett Luzader, Jermaine Hilton Sr., Michael Perfect, Olivia Bulls, Roxyanne Burrus, Colette Gabriel, Kenneth Kowalewski, Tomara Watkins

Welcome and Diversity Committee

The Welcoming and Diversity Commissions endeavors to cultivate norms where differences are valued, explored, recognized, and celebrated, as the rich assets they are to our community. We envision a healthy community, welcoming all of its residents and partnerships by supporting one another.

Through inclusive collaboration and engagement we will strategize opportunities for all residents and partnerships in Reynoldsburg to experience a safe and welcoming community.
While ours is rapidly evolving, this will require intentional selfless engagement.

Such norms will result in the development and nurturing of relationships with our residents and partnerships as we continue to grow and evolve as a thriving and desirable community to live, work, visit, learn and play.

Members:  John Seryak, JenDina Bowers, Les Somogyi