Masks Continue to be Required on all City Buses

In accordance with Federal Security Directive SD 1582/84-21-01C, all public transit, including the City of Columbus Public Transit buses and vehicles, continue to require all passengers to wear masks at all times when riding. Download [...]

Order a Brick for the 1821 Bicentennial Trail

The City of Columbus is excited to announce the 1821 Bicentennial Trail Brick Campaign.  This trail extension is the seminal project for the Columbus Area Bicentennial and will include architectural and art elements to [...]

Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule Delay for Loose Leaf Pick-Up

Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday (November 25-26), loose leaf collection will be on a 2-day delay. Thursday, November 25 collections will be collected Monday, November 29. Friday, November 26 collections will be collected Tuesday, November [...]

City Offices November Holiday Closings

City offices will be closed on Veteran's Day (November 11) and Thanksgiving weekend (November 25 and 26). Trash and recycling collection will be on schedule on November 11. Trash and recycling collection will be delayed [...]

CPD Seeking Items for Pack a Patrol Vehicle Event

The Columbus Police Department is joining several local groups, charities, and businesses in seeking clothing and other necessities that will be donated to Afghan refugees who are currently housed at Camp Atterbury.   CPD will accept [...]

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