Independence Day Neighborhood Parade
Although COVID-19 forced the cancellation of traditional Independence Day festivities, the City of New Albany is working with the New Albany Community Events Board to put on a parade that will travel throughout many neighborhoods. The parade will begin at 10 a.m. on July 4, 2020, and will travel roughly...
City Buildings Re-Opening on Limited Basis
Effective June 15 and until further notice, the City of New Albany will re-open its buildings to the public on a limited basis. Masks will be required for members of the public wishing to enter City buildings to conduct business. For those who do not bring a mask, we will...
Plain Township Names Next Fire Chief
The Plain Township Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the selection of Assistant Fire Chief Jack Rupp to lead the Plain Township Fire Department as its next Fire Chief. Assistant Chief Rupp will succeed current Plain Township Fire Chief John Hoovler upon his retirement on July 24. Chief Hoovler...
Healthy New Albany Staff Changes
Healthy New Albany Executive Director Phil Heit has announced that he is transitioning to a new role as strategic advisor for the organization starting July 1. Heit sent the following message to the community: “I am writing to inform you that effective July 1, 2020, I will be stepping down...
Mosquito Spraying Scheduled for Monday, June 8
Recent CDC light trap data from the New Albany/Plain Twp South trap zone showed 100 mosquitoes were trapped on June 5.  According to our mosquito management contract with Franklin County Public Health, when a CDC light trap catches 50 or more mosquitoes, the trap zone where that trap is located...