Open Position on New Albany Planning Commission
City Council has announced an opening on the Planning Commission. This board hears applications for land use and zoning classifications; recommends legislative actions; and reviews legislation, rules, and regulations regarding city planning, land use, and zoning. The applicant must be a New Albany resident. A background in design, architecture, landscaping,...
IDEA Committee Welcomes Community Input
City Council established the Inclusion, Diversity & Equity Action (IDEA) Committee in 2020. IDEA’s origins began in 2019 as part of our  Engage New Albany strategic plan update, when we consistently heard small group workshop feedback that New Albany needed a more concerted effort to be a welcoming community to people...
Biotech Leader Amgen Expands to New Albany, Investing $365 Million and Creating 400 New Jobs
Amgen (NASDAQ:AMGN), one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies, announced on June 28 its plans to invest $365 million to build a new manufacturing facility in New Albany, Ohio, creating 400 new jobs upon opening. The facility will feature Amgen’s most advanced assembly and final product packaging capabilities for medicines...
Request for Qualifications: Design, Supply, and Installation of Playground Equipment
The City of New Albany is seeking a qualified vendor to design and furnish the City with new playground equipment and site furnishings at three (3) playgrounds located throughout the city. Services shall include design, equipment removal, supply of new equipment, installation, site furnishings, surfacing, and associated site work. Click...
Sumption Park Updates
One of City Council’s initiatives is to upgrade all City-owned and maintained playgrounds. The first playground to be upgraded is Sumption Park in The Links neighborhood. The City of New Albany has partnered with The Links HOA to install new equipment, a shade structure, seating benches and a new accessible...
Now Taking Applications for Sustainability Advisory Board
City Council is establishing a Sustainability Advisory Board to improve the community’s sustainability efforts. This board, which was a recommendation of the latest strategic plan, was approved at City Council’s June 15 meeting. To apply to serve on the board, submit the board and commission interest form along with your resume,...
Lightning Safety Awareness Week is June 20-26, 2021
As Ohio recognizes Lightning Awareness Safety Week (June 20-26, 2021), Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security (FCEM&HS) encourages all residents to know what to do before, during and after thunderstorms, and reminds everyone to practice severe weather safety and preparedness throughout the summer. Lightning strikes the United States about...
Update Regarding Municipal Broadband Prohibition Amendment
A message from City Manger Joseph Stefanov: In today’s environment, access to reliable, high-speed, secure broadband is as necessary as access to electricity. Developed through a public-private partnership with American Electric Power in 2007 and managed by WOW! Business, New Albany Net offers reliable, high-speed connectivity at affordable rates. For companies that require strong...
City Council Repeals Face Covering Mandate
New Albany City Council decided at its June 1 meeting to rescind the citywide face covering requirement in conjunction with the State of Ohio and Franklin County. Individual businesses may choose to have their patrons wear masks. However, any mask requirement will be at the sole discretion of the business...
You are invited… to a virtual Town Hall conversation Thursday, June 10, at 7 p.m., to bring us together as a community and to serve as an impetus for future actions that can help us all better understand each other. This Town Hall will be hosted by SOAR-AAPN, in partnership with the City...