City Offices Closed February 19 for Presidents Day
City offices will be closed on Monday, February 19 in observance of Presidents Day. NAPD will continue to provide 24/7 service. Trash, recycling and yard waste collection will not be affected by the holiday.
March 14: EmpowHER Event
Join us on Thursday, March 14 at The Estate at New Albany for an evening of celebration and inspiration as we gather to reflect on the amazing women in our community. 10TV news anchor Angela An will moderate a panel discussion after guests enjoy dinner and table discussion. Preregistration is...
Open Position on Rocky Fork Blacklick Accord Implementation Panel
The New Albany City Council has announced an opening on the Rocky Fork Blacklick Accord Implementation Panel.  The open position must be filled by a resident of the City of New Albany.  The Rocky Fork Blacklick Accord Implementation Panel was established in 1997 as a means of implementing the Rocky...
JewishColumbus Town Hall Recap
During a Town hall hosted by JewishColumbus on Sunday, January 21, 2024, New Albany Police Chief Greg Jones engaged in a discussion concerning strategies for addressing antisemitic activity and crime. The following highlights the topics addressed during the community Q&A session. How does your agency learn about the antisemitism threat...
New Albany-Based Red Roof Celebrates 50th Anniversary
Red Roof®, an award-winning leader in the lodging industry, culminated the yearlong celebration of its 50th anniversary with a proclamation event on January 31, 2024. Joining the hospitality brand’s senior leadership, Lt. Gov. Jon Husted attended along with New Albany Mayor Sloan Spalding, Senator Michele Reynolds (OH-3), Representative Beryl Brown...
Strategic Planning Equips New Albany to Address Growth Concerns
January 25, 2024 At Monday evening’s NAPLS Board of Education meeting, school leaders shared a Cooperative Strategies presentation to reveal projected enrollment growth within the district. The report studied all active and potential residential developments according to existing zoning and land-use entitlements, identifying the possibility of 1,455 additional students enrolling in our...
Investigation Initiated by NAPD Leads to Sentencing of Oregon Man on Child Pornography Charges
PORTLAND, Ore.—An Aloha, Oregon man was sentenced to federal prison Wednesday, January 24, 2024, for possessing and distributing thousands of photos and videos depicting child sexual abuse. Jason Reuben, 42, was sentenced to 80 months in federal prison and 10 years’ supervised release. Reuben must also pay $8,000 in special...
New Albany Receives Grant to Support Community Health Initiatives
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) and the American Beverage Foundation for a Healthy America (ABFHA) have announced New Albany as one of the winners of the 2024 Childhood Obesity Prevention & Environmental Health & Sustainability grant awards. Mayor Sloan Spalding accepted the award on behalf of the...
Feb. 7 - New Albany 101 Souper Supper
Celebrate our community’s diversity with a SOUPer Supper that will fill your belly and your heart. Local soup makers will serve soups inspired by their diverse backgrounds while competing for the coveted title of best soup maker. The real winners are the diners who get unlimited soup, bread and dessert!...
Pickleball Courts Closed for Winter
The City of New Albany pickleball complex closed for the season on January 1 and will reopen in the spring. Keep an eye out for reopening date details in our weekly Connects email (subscribe at newalbanyohio.org/subscribe) and on our social media. We look forward to seeing everyone on the courts...