From entertainment and business development to new technologies and charity events, there’s always something new happening in the Village of New Albany. Check back here often to see the very latest.
- Stranger Danger Reminder
- May 21, 2015
The New Albany Police Department wants to make you aware that a student was approached by a stranger after school in the North of Woods subdivision on May 19. Someone in a red pickup truck asked the student what time school ended and if he wanted a ride home. The child acted appropriately by immediately running… Read More
- 2014 Annual Report Now Online
- May 7, 2015
- New Albany Police Perform Vacation House Checks
- April 29, 2015
Planning a vacation? Have the New Albany Police Department keep an eye on your house while you are gone. Click here to complete the form.
- Sign Up for City’s e-Newsletter
- April 23, 2015
Click here to register for the city’s e-newsletter.
- 2015 Bike Rodeo Focus is Kid Safety
- April 21, 2015
This free, hands-on bicycle rodeo is designed to provide children the opportunity to develop skills that will help them become better cyclists and reduce the chance of injury. The event will be held at 7650 Swickard Woods Boulevard (the Wexner Pavilion by the Plain Township Aquatic Center) on Saturday, June 20, from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm. Roll Bike Store will kick… Read More
- Planning a Home Addition?
- April 13, 2015
Before beginning any room addition, deck, garage, or some other home improvement project in New Albany, please contact the Community Development Department at 939.2254 to discuss design, easement, set back and lot coverage issues. Permit applications will need to be submitted in order for plans to be approved. Permits and inspections are for your protection. … Read More
- Tornado Season Is Upon Us
- April 1, 2015
FRANKLIN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND HOMELAND SECURITY OFFERS TIPS FOR TORNADO PREPARATION Is your family ready in the event of a tornado? Do you and your children know where to go and what to do? Franklin County has experienced nearly 30 tornadoes since the 1950s, with most occurring between April and July. Click here for for tornado tips.
- Pothole Spotters Can Complete Online Form
- March 8, 2015
Our crews are constantly patrolling the city for potholes, but with more than 200 lane miles we can’t see all of them. If you notice a pothole in your travels please report it using this form. If a reported pothole is near New Albany but not actually in city limits, the public service department cannot fix the pothole. City staff will, however, forward the information to the appropriate jurisdiction…. Read More
- The Heit Center…A Culture of Health
- March 3, 2015
Reprinted from the March 2015 issue of Columbus Monthly…
- New Market & Main Roundabout Brochure Now Available
- February 20, 2015
City staff recently created a Market & Main roundabout brochure in order to help residents utilize better utilize the area, be it from a pedestrian, cycling or vehicular perspective. Below is also a list of Roundabout FAQs… How do roundabouts work? A modern roundabout requires entering traffic to yield the right–of–way to traffic already in the… Read More