New Albany Amends Emergency Declaration to Include Face Coverings
New Albany City Council voted at its July 14 meeting to amend the city’s emergency declaration to include a mandatory “face covering” requirement that applies to all individuals patronizing or employed by and working at a New Albany business. The requirement is also in effect for outdoor locations if individuals...
Resident Survey to be Performed in July and August
From July 22 – August 6, roughly 300 households will be selected to participate in New Albany’s resident survey being conducted by Saperstein Associates. Telephone surveys remain the most effective methodology for randomly representing an entire community. City leaders value your feedback and hope you will participate if you receive...
Dublin-Granville Bridge Project
Franklin County expects to close the Dublin-Granville Rd. bridge west of Greensward Road for construction beginning July 13. This bridge project is expected to last nearly five months, when the bridge is expected to re-open in mid-November. The cities of New Albany and Columbus are partnering with Franklin County to...
Your Views Matter! Tell Us by July 24!
Engage New Albany, the city’s latest strategic plan update, is the result of a year of collaboration with residents and business owners to achieve an outstanding community of choice. Please review our draft recommendations, take our survey by July 24 and tell us what you think before the draft plan...
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...
Harlem Rd. Trail
Construction of the Harlem Road leisure trail between Dublin-Granville and Greensward is set to begin in early July, weather permitting. The initial construction will be mostly clearing work, followed by trail construction in mid-July. All work, including infrastructure improvements to the storm water system, is expected to be complete by...
2020 Independence Day Home Decoration Contest
In addition to this year’s Independence Day Neighborhood Parade that will be traveling through many New Albany neighborhoods on July 4, the City of New Albany and New Albany Community Events are teaming up to hold a home decorating contest. Do your best to deck out your property in red,...
4th of July Safety
As we get ready to celebrate Independence Day, please remember to celebrate safely. The Plain Township Fire department would like to pass along the following safety reminders: The State of Ohio permits fireworks sales from licensed sales location within the state. However, discharge of fireworks in Ohio by a consumer...
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...