Bike Helmets are Cool...
…and wearing them is the law. Just ask our bike officers. Parents, by law any child under 18 years of age must wear a helmet when riding their bikes in New Albany. Cycling is the leading cause of sports-related head injuries, roughly double the number compared to football, and bike...
NAPD Offers Free RAD Women's Self Defense Classes
Statistically one in three women will be sexually assaulted during their lifetime. New Albany police officer Leland Kelly and probation officer Amy Boyd will lead a free RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) self-defense class to help girls and women (from teens to seniors) protect themselves and learn situational awareness tips to...
Project Hero Honor Ride Saturday, May 25; Begins at Heit Center
Hundreds of thousands of veterans suffer from various wounds, whether visible or not. All of Project Hero’s events help fund life-changing veteran rehabilitation services that are available at no cost to these healing heroes. By participating and fundraising, you are showing your support of these veterans, bringing awareness to the...
Dublin-Granville Road Closing June 3 From Fodor to (almost) Main
Good news on the Dublin-Granville Road closure front near our schools. We are ahead of schedule and now expect to open Dublin-Granville around the school campus by mid-September. To accommodate this schedule, the portion of Dublin-Granville Road that provides access to the McCoy Center lot from Main Street will close...
Founders Day Parade and Festival Set for Saturday May 18
Join in on the fun of a beloved New Albany community tradition! The Dr. Glyde A. Marsh New Albany Founders Day Parade begins at 11 a.m., with the festival to immediately follow at the New Albany Plain Local School learning campus.