Peaceful Demonstration for Equality Planned for June 6
Xzavier Brandon, a New Albany High School graduate, is working with the New Albany Police Department to coordinate a peaceful demonstration for equality on Saturday, June 6. The demonstration will be a 4.3 mile walk, beginning at New Albany High School at 2 p.m. and winding through Market Street to...
A Message from New Albany Mayor Sloan Spalding
As the elected officials of an American city, my fellow New Albany City Councilmembers and I were horrified and appalled at the brutal killing of George Floyd, at the hands of a City of Minneapolis police officer. Everyone needs to be compassionate, listen and seek to understand the pain these...
COTA Plus On-Demand Transit Pilot to Serve Northeast Franklin County During COVID-19 Pandemic
The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) has launched a COTA//Plus microtransit service to complement existing transit options during the COVID-19 pandemic. The new COTA Plus option is an on-demand pilot project to better serve northeast Franklin County customers impacted by COVID-19 service changes. The service is available from 7:00 a.m....
New Albany Ranked #18 on Safest Cities in Ohio List
SafeWise has ranked New Albany #18 this year among the top 20 safest cities in Ohio. We also topped the list of Central Ohio cities on that list. You can see the rankings and read the full report by clicking here.   This ranking serves as a reminder to help...
Kevin Deckop Named NAPD Sergeant
The New Albany Police Department is pleased to announce the promotion of Kevin Deckop to the role of police sergeant. Deckop will be the department’s fifth sergeant, filling the last of the open sergeant positions. Deckop has been a detective, patrol officer, school resource officer, bike officer, property room custodian,...