New Albany Sells Bonds to Finance Rose Run Park Improvements
In June, shortly after credit analysts from both Moody’s Investors Service (Moody’s) and S&P Global Ratings (S&P) confirmed their respective triple A bond ratings (the highest ratings possible from these agencies) for the City of New Albany, twelve different underwriting firms offered bids to purchase $16.650 million worth of bonds...
Touch-a-Truck Will Occur Saturday, August 18
Touch-a-Truck is an event established by the New Albany Public Service Department for our kids and the kid that still lives within all of us.  Held at the New Albany Public Service Department headquarters (7800 Bevelhymer Road) next to the Bevelhymer Park athletic fields, this event will put your little...
Strahler Tapped as New NAPD Sergeant
  The New Albany Police Department is pleased to announce the promotion of police officer Joel Strahler to the position of sergeant. Strahler joins Chief Greg Jones and sergeants Garrett Fernander, Kris Daniels and Curtis Baker as New Albany’s senior police leadership. There were twelve applicants for the position. Following advertising,...
New Albany Maintains Triple A Bond Ratings
After recent presentations to credit analysts at Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s, New Albany maintained its triple A bond ratings from both rating agencies. These ratings (Aaa from Moody’s; AAA from Standard & Poor’s) are the highest possible ratings a government can receive, signifying an exceptional degree of creditworthiness. The...
New Albany Puts "Community" in Community Development
This guest column appeared in the June 14 edition of This Week New Albany News   Growth does not come without challenges, but as a master-planned community, New Albany is able to effectively manage the inevitable growth that all communities experience by collaborating with residents and businesses to ensure that...