2023 Citizen Police Academy Registration Begins October 1
The New Albany Police Department is excited to launch a new round of Citizen Police Academy classes in January 2023! This free, interactive nine-week training program is designed to provide insight into law enforcement and a working knowledge of the values and operations of the New Albany Police Department. Participants...
Crosswalk Maintenance October 3-14
Crews will be doing brickwork on six different brick crosswalks around Market Square and Market and Main streets. Crews expect that each crosswalk will take one full day of work, but they need dry weather to complete the work. They hope to be able to do four crosswalk repairs October...
2022 Trick or Treat Scheduled for October 31
The City of New Albany will be joining many other central Ohio municipalities in following the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission’s recommended date of Monday, October 31 for trick or treating. In the event of poor weather in the forecast, please follow our social media channels to stay updated with any...
RITA Sends Non-Filer Letters to Taxpayers
The Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA) has mailed non-filer letters to taxpayers that neglected to file a municipal income tax return.  Taxpayers can simply send RITA the documents listed on the non-filing letter via: e-file returns or exemptions at: https://www.ritaohio.com/Individuals/Home/File Mail: RITA Attn: Compliance Department 198 Regional Income Tax Agency...
Harlem Road to be Closed for Bridge Maintenance on Wednesday, September 28
The Franklin County Engineer’s Office has announced a closure for Harlem Road between Warner Road and Dublin-Granville Road on Wednesday, September 28, from approximately 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for bridge maintenance. Approximate Closure Date: Wednesday, September 28, for one day, weather permitting. Last address north of closure: 5430 Harlem...
Upcoming New Albany-Plain Township Historical Society Events
The New Albany-Plain Township Historical Society was founded in 1975 to bring together people interested in local history and to help members of the community achieve an understanding of this history through the collection and preservation of artifacts, documents, and oral accounts. The NAPTHS is committed to preserving and documenting...
Rail Safety Week Reminds Ohioans to Be Alert at Rail Crossings
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) and the Ohio Rail Development Commission (ORDC) are participating in Rail Safety Week, September 19-25. The week is dedicated as a reminder to Ohioans to practice safety around all rail crossings. “We all have a role to play in keeping our roads safe....
Takeya Unveils New Distribution Center in New Albany
Takeya USA, the Southern California-based global hydration brand, has opened its brand new 120,000-square-foot distribution center in New Albany to support operations and continued company growth. “Strategically placed in the heart of distribution in the U.S., our new Takeya Distribution Center officially opened on Friday, September 9,” said Ken Tran,...
City of New Albany Soliciting Proposals for Construction Material Procurement in Advance of Future Roadway Projects
The City of New Albany is soliciting proposals from ODOT pre-qualified contractors that desire to assist the City and its consultants in acquiring construction materials in advance of three upcoming roadway projects. Click here to access information relative to the scope of the work. Interested contractors should contact Brian Hupp...
Intel Breaks Ground in the Silicon Heartland
On September 9, 2022, President Joe Biden joined Intel, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and other federal, state and local officials to celebrate breaking ground in the Silicon Heartland on two of the world’s most advanced chipmaking facilities. As part of Intel’s commitment to develop a skilled talent pipeline for its two new leading-edge chip fabs, Intel also announced the first phase of funding for its Ohio Semiconductor Education and Research Program. During this first phase, Intel is providing $17.7...