Pick Up After Your Pet
Believe it or not how you handle pet waste affects New Albany’s water quality. During rain events, dog poop left on the ground can wash away through the sewer systems and end up in our lakes and rivers, polluting our freshwater supply. The water that goes through these storm sewer...
New Albany Featured on Popular Technology Podcast
Adrienne Joly, New Albany’s Director of Administrative Services, recently appeared on the popular “Constructech TV” podcast hosted by Peggy Smedley to discuss New Albany’s master planning efforts, use of leisure trails for alternative transport and New Albany’s “Roundabouts First” policy. Click here to see the full interview.
New Albany Investing in Upgraded Traffic Signal Technology in 2019
New Albany expects to install new fiber optic technology on all of its Franklin County traffic signals beginning in mid-2019. This new technology, which meets the guidelines set forth to also receive funding under the Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program, will allow New Albany’s traffic signals to...
Survey Says...
The City of New Albany retained central Ohio research firm Saperstein Associates to conduct a resident survey, asking residents to answer questions pertaining to their quality of life, services, desires and concerns. This feedback provides guidance to city leaders about how they are doing today and resident desires for the...
Fox in the Snow Coming to New Albany
The nationally recognized and locally loved Fox in the Snow Café will open its third central Ohio location at the Market & Main development in the heart of New Albany’s town center. Slated for a winter 2018 opening, Fox in the Snow Café will offer its signature baked goods and...