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Due to Coronavirus, City facilities will operate according to the following:
You may still call closed facilities during regular business hours to spe...
ONLY FOR Seniors aged 65 years and older & Individuals with Underlying Health Conditions. The City of Columbus has developed a program with Hy-Vee to assist the most vulnerable individuals with grocery shopping.
In order to curtail the spread of the virus as much as possible, City employees who are currently not performing their normal duties due to closures of City facilities will be taking grocery orders by phone and delivering those grocery orders to homes.
Results are in! Winner by popular vote: DOWNTOWN, OPTION C
An existing sales tax previously approved by voters will be used to pay off ...
The Columbus Water Utility Division will begin their Spring Hydrant Flushing & Flow Testing on Monday, April 6, 2020.
Residents may notice discolored water and low pressure as crews pass through their areas. The flushing and flow testing may last up to three (3) weeks.
See the attached map for the approximate timetable of when the crews will be in the different areas of C...
Until further notice, all City Parks will be closed to any team or group events or activities. Only activities in which social distancing can be observed will be allowed.
We ask that social distancing be observed at any funerals in city cemeteries.
Starting March 25, 2020, for a period of about six months, 12th Avenue from 8th to 17th Streets will be closed to through traffic due to the continuation of the 12th Avenue Viaduct project.
The official 12...
The Columbus Police Department will begin its move on April 1st and continue through April 5th. The Police Department will be open for business Monday, April 6th at the new Police Station.
NEW Police Station Address: 2330 14th Street
It was the Police Department’s desire to have a public open house prior to the move. Unfortunately, because of COVID-19 this will not be possible prior to the move. When the COVID-19 virus has passed, ...
Like many businesses, the City of Columbus is monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
In order to curtail the spread of the virus as much as possible, we ask that the public review the following questions when planning to enter any City building or facility.
Due to the COVID-19 and limits on gatherings, the April 9, 2020 Columbus Building and Façade Improvement Program meeting has been postponed. This meeting will be rescheduled at a later date.
If you have any questions,
please contact Renee Whiting, City of Columbus, (402) 562-4309