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- Councilman Marsh Inducted into Central Ohio Senior Citizen Hall of Fame
- May 18, 2016
Dr. Glyde Marsh was inducted into the Central Ohio Senior Citizen Hall of Fame today. At the age of 97, Dr. Marsh is the oldest elected official in the state. Dr. Marsh grew up on a farm in Northeastern Ohio where his father raised and showed chickens. His dedication to his country and his community… Read More
- 2015 Annual Report Now Available Online
- May 6, 2016
2015 Annual Report
- With Nicer Weather, Vehicle Break-ins also on the Rise
- April 28, 2016
Items have been stolen from eight vehicles in the past couple of weeks. The most popular items to steal are wallets and electronics. Many of these thefts occurred from vehicles left unlocked with valuables left in plain sight but two had windows broken and one was in an open garage. Please lock vehicles doors and don’t leave valuables. These simple steps… Read More
- Tornado Tips
- March 21, 2016
Do you have a family tornado plan? If so, does your family know it? Franklin County averages a tornado every other year, with most occurring between April and July. Be ready. Here are some tornado tips from Franklin County Emergency Management & Homeland Security.
- Planning a Home Addition?
- February 22, 2016
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
- New Albany Now Graded Aaa by Moody’s
- February 2, 2016
Moody’s Investor’s Service has raised the City of New Albany’s long-term and underlying rating for the City’s general obligation (GO) debt by one notch from “Aa1” to “Aaa”. This is the highest possible rating a government can receive. New Albany now has a triple A rating from both Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s rating agencies… Read More
- Sign Up to Receive CODE RED Emergency Messages
- February 1, 2016
If you would like to receive emergency community messages (any combination of phone calls, emails and text messages) you can do so here.
- City of New Albany Participating in “Ohio Checkbook” Program
- September 28, 2015
TRANSPARENCY IN GOVERNMENT As part of its continuing effort to be as transparent as possible, New Albany’s finance department collaborated with the State of Ohio Treasurer’s Office to locally implement its Ohio Checkbook program. “We are excited to take part in this statewide effort for financial transparency at all levels of government,” said City of New Albany Finance… Read More
- 2014 Annual Report Now Online
- May 7, 2015
- Sign Up for City’s e-Newsletter
- April 23, 2015
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