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.
- City Receives Certificate for Excellence in Financial Reporting
- December 16, 2014
The Government Finance Officers Association recently awarded the city with it Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting. City finance director Chad Fuller received this award for the city’s comprehensive annual financial report. Less than five percent of governmental entities receive this award, which demonstrates a constructive spirit of full disclosure to clearly communicate the city’s financial… Read More
- Crime Mapping Now Available
- October 22, 2014
New Albany recently joined other central Ohio communities in utilizing online GIS crime mapping. Benefits to this software include its ability: To offset crimes from a particular parcel, protecting the identity of the victim (the crime still appears in a neighborhood, but won’t necessarily appear at a specific parcel); To be shared with the public; and To allow the… Read More
- Don’t Become an Easy Victim of Theft – Secure Your Vehicles
- September 12, 2014
This message isn’t cause for alarm just a safety reminder. New Albany remains a very safe community but crime still occurs. Don’t make it easy for thieves to steal items from your car. Wherever you are driving, when you reach your destination, please remember to lock your doors and either take valuables with you or at least… Read More
- SmartRide New Albany Now Running
- August 30, 2014
IN CONJUNCTION WITH NEW COTA PARK & RIDE New Albany’s new SmartRide program with COTA is off to a great start at New Albany’s new COTA Park & Ride, located at 5202 Forest Drive behind the Courtyard Marriott just north of Smith’s Mill. A growing number of New Albany residents are using COTA’s services to get… Read More
- How Will Future New Albany Development Look?
- August 18, 2014
Planning is central to New Albany as a community and the year 2014 has been no exception. This year, your city officially adopted a revised New Albany Strategic Plan, kicked off a new bike master plan and oversaw lots of construction around our Market Square. Looking ahead, in an effort to make our Village Center as vibrant as possible, City Council hosted… Read More
- 2014 New Albany Street Maintenance Program
- August 10, 2014
Beginning August 18 and continuing through October, the city expects to invest $1.2 million to repave 11.5 lane miles of residential streets, replace 200 feet of curb and also replace curb ramps in the repaved and re-curbed areas to meet current ADA standards. The city utilizes a pavement condition rating system to evaluate every portion of… Read More
- Garrett Fernander Named New Police Sergeant
- August 6, 2014
The City of New Albany is pleased to announce the promotion of police officer Garrett Fernander to the position of sergeant. “Garrett came to us with a background in sociology and I have always felt that one of his strengths is his ability to communicate with people,” said Chief Jones. “During his tenure as an… Read More
- New Albany Bikes Master Plan
- July 21, 2014
Bike New Albany – Let the Ideas ROLL! The City of New Albany is in the process of creating a Bikes Master Plan and is soliciting ideas from the general public to help make New Albany an even greater cycling community. Click here to provide your input into this effort.
- Stay in Touch with New Albany Police Through MyPD Phone App
- June 12, 2014
To download the app, simply go to http://mypdapp.com. Those downloading the app will be asked to insert the country, state and city they want to download. The country and state fields must be chosen before you can enter New Albany as the city. The entire process takes less than a minute. Once New Albany is chosen… Read More
- Council Approved Strategic Plan Now Available for Review
- May 24, 2014
Since 1998, New Albany’s Strategic Plan has guided development by providing strategies to preserve character, reduce impacts of development and encourage sustainable development that enhances the community. New Albany City Council recently approved this 2014 Strategic Plan.