2022 Independence Day Activities
We’re excited to celebrate Independence Day with you on Monday, July 4! Here is a timeline of activities: The New Albany Independence Day 5K will kick off the day’s events at 8 a.m. The parade will begin at 11 a.m. Click here for the parade route. The festival is 6:00-9:45...
Trash Delayed Week of July 4
City offices will be closed in observance of Independence Day. Trash, recycling and yard waste collection will be delayed by one day to Friday due to the holiday. Normal collection will resume the following week. New Albany Police will continue to provide 24/7 service. For potentially life-threatening emergencies, call 9-1-1....
4th of July Safety
As we get ready to celebrate Independence Day, please remember to celebrate safely. The City of New Albany would like to pass along the following safety reminders: The State of Ohio has a new fireworks law effective July 3, 2022. The new law allows people to set off “consumer fireworks” on...
Increased Truck Traffic Expected on Mink Street through Month of July
An increase in truck traffic is expected on Mink Street throughout the month of July associated with prep work ahead of Intel’s $20 billion investment in New Albany and the region. Several roads are currently closed or open for restricted use. Those roads include the following: Miller Rd. east of Clover...
Open Position on Parks and Trails Advisory Board
City Council has announced an opening on the Parks and Trails Advisory Board (PTAB). You must be a resident living inside the city limits to apply. This board advises council and administration on matters regarding city parks and trails. Experience in natural resources, parks, city planning, or being an active...
Juneteenth National Freedom Day
At their June 7 meeting, New Albany City Council recognized June 19 as Juneteenth National Freedom Day in New Albany to encourage members of our community to reflect on their freedoms, appreciate the history of struggle against slavery that led to liberation, and acknowledge the perseverance of African Americans against...
Women's Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Course
Join New Albany Police for the summer Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) course. The course, led by NAPD Officer Leland Kelly and Probation Officer Amy Boyd, is 12 hours long and divided into four 3-hour classes. Topics include home safety, travel safety, situational awareness, and physical defense against sexual assaults. Classes...
Clover Valley Roadway Improvements
Starting June 8, 2022, construction will begin on existing Clover Valley Rd., which will significantly impact the traffic flow at the Miller Rd. and Clover Valley Rd. intersection. On this date, Clover Valley will no longer be open to through traffic from Jug St. or Miller Rd. Local access from Clover...
Memorial Day 2022
You’re invited to salute those who paid the price of freedom by attending the Plain Township Memorial Day Ceremony at Maplewood Cemetery. The event will take place on Monday, May 30, 2022 at 9:45 a.m. You can learn more by clicking here. City offices will be closed Memorial Day. New...
June 11: Free Concert with Hi Fidelity Band at Hinson Amphitheater
New Albany City Council invites you to enjoy a night out in our Village Center with a free concert on Saturday, June 11 at the Hinson Amphitheater! New Albany’s own classic rock band, Hi Fidelity, will be performing hits from the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Pretenders, Van...