State Representative Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) announces the availability of a new specialty license plate featuring the Cuyahoga Valley. Rep. Roegner sponsored the bill to recognize the beautiful Cuyahoga Valley National Park as the National Parks celebrate their 100th anniversary.

The specialty plate, which features the iconic Blue Hen Falls in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, costs $35 a year, and $15 from each plate goes to the Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the park’s nonprofit friends group. With the funds, the Conservancy can further its mission of connecting people to their national park and preserving it for future generations.

"My family has enjoyed the natural beauty of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, as we have spent countless hours hiking the trails or bicycling along the many bike paths. Each time we visit the park, the sheer magnificence of the experience takes our breath away," said Roegner. “We are truly blessed to have the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in our backyard."

Ohioans are able to upgrade to the CVNP license plates at any time. To get the specialty plate, visit a local BMV location or go to There, you can renew your vehicle registration and/or purchase the specialty plate, even outside of your normal registration period. You will not be charged registration fees if you choose not to renew, only a new State License fee and special plate fee (plus a service charge & postage if you choose to purchase online).

Individuals can pick up the official Cuyahoga Valley National Park license plate frame from the Conservancy’s Trail Mix Peninsula store.

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the creation of the National Park Service, providing an opportune time to celebrate the centennial with a specialty plate honoring Ohio’s national park. For more information about how to get the specialty Cuyahoga Valley license plate, visit


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