Street Sign Program Fundraising Opportunity
The City of New Albany is seeking proposals from community organizations for a fundraising opportunity.  The city has decommissioned roughly 700 street name signs that will be made available to non-profit organizations for the purpose of raising funds to support programs and projects that benefit the New Albany community.  It...
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Now Available
On November 18, 2020, the City of New Albany brought two electric vehicle charging stations online. Below is some information to assist you with any questions you might have about how to use the charging stations. How many charging stations does the City control?  The City controls two charging stations. ...
Dublin-Granville Bridge Now Open
Thanks to Franklin County and Franklin County Engineer Cornell Robertson for completing construction of the new Dublin-Granville Road bridge between Harlem Road and Hamilton Road! Thanks also to all the residents in the area for their patience during construction of this bridge. The cities of New Albany and Columbus are...
Election Sign Recycling
Now that Election Day is over, there is a better way to discard election signs than throwing them in the trash. This year, the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) will again host a yard sign collection event the Saturday after Election Day. SWACO will accept all types of...
Leisure Trail Etiquette
Our trails are being used more than ever and it’s fantastic that people are choosing to get outside and exercise. Please remember that if you are cycling, running, or even walking a little faster than those in front of you, you should pass people on their left side and announce,...
Trick or Treat Night Moved to October 31
Due to the poor weather forecast for October 29, and in accordance with attempting to keep our children out of cold and rainy weather at this time when colds and COVID-19 symptoms are similar, New Albany has decided to move its Halloween Trick or Treat celebration from Thursday, October 29,...
October 24: Drug Takeback Day
Help save a life by turning in your unused and undesired pill medications. New Albany-area residents can turn in undesired pill and capsule medications at the Plain Township Fire Station (9500 Johnstown Road) on Saturday, October 24, from 10 am – 2 pm. Only pills and capsules will be collected;...
Survey Says...
For the second time in three years, the City of New Albany retained central Ohio research firm Saperstein Associates to conduct a resident phone survey, which remains the most effective methodology for randomly representing an entire community. Here is a look at the feedback for each aspect of the 2020...
Suspects Arrested in Connection with Upper Fenway Crimes
Through a coordinated effort with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and excellent investigative work by the New Albany Police Department, two arrests were made Monday involving the recent crimes in Upper Fenway. Police arrested Robert Hauff (pictured left) Monday afternoon and charged him with theft of a dangerous ordinance (firearm)....
Police Investigating Thefts from Vehicles
New Albany police are investigating one report of a stolen vehicle and two thefts from vehicles that took place early Monday morning, October 12, in the Upper Fenway neighborhood. If you have any information on these crimes, call New Albany police at 614-855-1234. This serves as a reminder to always...