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COVID-19 City Adds COVID-19 Business, Residential Website Resources

In the wake of growing concerns about the spread of COVID-19, the city of New Albany had added additional business and residential resources in a new COVID-19 section of the municipal website. The resources are designed to provide the latest health care guidance, mandates, reopening protocols, grants, loan and relief …


City Issues Emergency Declaration on Masks

With the goal of avoiding another shutdown, New Albany City Council recently voted to amend the city’s Emergency Declaration to include a mandatory “face covering” requirement that applies to all individuals patronizing or employed by and working at a New Albany business. The requirement is also in effect for outdoor …


City Equips Small Businesses with PPE Safety Toolkits

The city, One Columbus and JobsOhio are distributing PPE Safety Toolkits to help ensure that small businesses are equipped to stay protected and operate safely within the State’s reopening guidelines. PPE Safety Toolkits include 100 3-ply masks, 10 KN-95 masks and a 24-ounce bottle of hand sanitizer. Businesses with under …


Permits for Outdoor Seating Allows Temporary Expansion

In an effort to allow more outdoor seating during the pandemic, the Community Development Department has established a temporary permitting process to enable restaurants to expand patios, porches and other outdoor seating areas to promote social distancing whiling supporting local businesses. VIEW PERMIT


Visitors to Rose Run Park Find Respite through Nature

Rose Run Park unofficially opened just in time to provide a much-needed get away from the confines of home and an opportunity for relaxation for residents and employees. The park, located south of Dublin-Granville Road and north of Market Square, features a variety of scenic vistas, iconic architectural features such …