City Notes: Data Centers Provide New Revenues for City, New Albany - Plain Local Schools
  (Guest column reprinted from March 7 (2019) issue of This Week New Albany News; authored by Jennifer Chrysler, New Albany’s community development director)   With the recent announcements that Facebook and now Google are building data centers in New Albany, the New Albany International Business Park’s Information Technology and Mission Critical cluster has...
This Week New Albany Guest Column: Traffic Flow to be Aided by Planning, Technology, Partnerships
Joseph F. Stefanov, City Manager Planning has been a New Albany staple since the creation of our first Strategic Plan in 1998. This document, and updates since, have helped guide land use; set expectations for aesthetics, architecture and site planning; and led to high quality development of all types. It...
Text-to-911: Call if You Can, Text if You Can't
After more than two years of work and cooperation between Franklin County and its jurisdictions, Franklin County residents can now send text messages to 911 dispatchers – with one very key caveat. “If a person has the choice between calling or texting 911 centers throughout Franklin County, please call if...
New Pedestrian Crossings Installed at Market & Main Roundabout
New Albany’s public service department recently installed new pedestrian crossings around the Market & Main roundabout. Each of the four crossing areas now has a push-button that lights up pedestrian signs to alert motorists that pedestrians are crossing the street. The buttons MUST be pushed to activate the warning lights...
Small Cell Design Guidelines and Requirements
This plan contains design guidelines and requirements for the deployment of small cell wireless facilities and other wireless network enhancements in New Albany. This section may be amended from time to time in accordance with the the city’s codified ordinances.
Thanks For Giving 4-Miler Set for Thanksgiving Day
Looking for a fun Thanksgiving exercise experience on a beautiful course? This event is for you! All proceeds (more than $230,000 in three years) go to Mid Ohio Food Bank, Lifecare Alliance and the New Albany Community Foundation, you can choose your amount to donate (or sign up for free),...
Kasey Kist Appointed to City Council
New Albany City Council members appointed Kasey Kist to fill the Council seat vacated by Dr. Glyde Marsh, who died on September 11 after serving on New Albany City Council for 25 years. Kist, who was chosen from seven finalists who interviewed for the open Council seat, will be sworn...
New Albany Ranks Among Ohio's Best Hometowns
In its annual Best Hometown’s issue, Ohio Magazine recently recognized New Albany as one of the five best hometowns in  the state. Among the reasons cited in New Albany’s selection was the community’s commitment to “lifelong learning and healthy living, as well as its thriving sense of arts and culture.”...
Morse Road Waterline Extension Detour Routes - October through December 2018
 
New Albany Council Member Dr. Glyde Marsh, Ohio's Oldest Elected Official, Passed Away
Dr. Glyde Marsh, Ohio’s oldest elected official and a New Albany City Council member, passed away on September 11 two days shy of his 100th birthday. He had served on New Albany’s Council since 1993. “Dr. Marsh was a true American hero, someone who served his country and his community...