City of New Albany Renews Swickard Woods Accreditation
The City of New Albany Arboretum at Swickard Woods has renewed its Level 1 Accreditation by the ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program and the Morton Arboretum. The ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program is the only global initiative to officially recognize arboreta at various levels of development, capacity, and professionalism. The City of...
City Offices Closed 11/24 and 11/25, Trash Collection Delayed One Day
We hope you and your loved ones have a very happy Thanksgiving! City offices will be closed November 24 and 25 to allow our employees to spend time with their families. Trash, yard waste and recycling collection will take place on Friday instead of Thursday this week. Rumpke will return...
Finance Department Receives Award
We are pleased to announce that the City of New Albany is the recipient of the 2022 cashvest® 90+ Award.  This award is the benchmark and banner for public entities that are earning and saving at the highest levels on their taxpayers’ resources, resulting in new revenue streams for their...
Recycle Your Holiday Lights
Do you have strands of burned-out holiday lights or are you replacing old holiday lights with energy-efficient LED lights? Do your part to keep our environment merry and bright this holiday season by recycling your lights! Designated recycling boxes will be available at New Albany Village Hall (99 W. Main...
NAPD to Host Toy Drive Saturday, December 3
The New Albany Police Department is partnering with New Albany High School student Gwen Mouat to host a Toy Drive on Saturday, December 3 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Village Hall parking lot. Police will be collecting unwrapped toys for children of all ages and donating the...
City of New Albany Reimagines Recycling
One person’s trash… is New Albany’s recycling! The City of New Albany is encouraging our entire community, including city employees, to reimagine recycling. Just in time for America Recycles Week (November 15-21), trash cans and recycling bins have merged throughout city building workstations. The big blue bin is for recycling....
Leaf Collection Update
The City of New Albany would like to thank residents for their patience with this year’s leaf collection. It has been an unusual year as it relates to the timing of trees dropping their leaves. This fall has been very dry, and the lack of rainfall has enabled the leaves...
Subpoenas Issued Related to Non-Filer Program
The Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA) mailed Administrative Subpoena letters to taxpayers that did not respond to the Non-Filing Income Tax Notice that was sent before the subpoena was issued.   Taxpayers can simply send RITA the documents listed on the letter via: e-file returns or exemptions at: https://www.ritaohio.com/Individuals/Home/File Mail: RITA...
Election Yard Sign Recycling Event November 8-14
Wondering what to do with your election yard sign after the election on November 8? The City of New Albany is offering an election yard sign recycling event from November 8-14 at Village Hall (99 W. Main Street). You can drop off your signs and metal stands by the rear...
City to Offer Pumpkin Composting November 1 to December 2
Take advantage of the City of New Albany’s pumpkin and gourd composting bin at the public service facility (7800 Bevelhymer Road) from November 1 – December 2 as part of our ongoing commitment to sustainability. Please note that pumpkins and gourds cannot be included with your yard waste pick-up as...