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City Hall Elevator Closed through end of February

Due to necessary repairs, the elevator at City Hall will be closed until the end of February. Please consult the calendar on the City website for information on meeting location changes, as most meetings have [...]

Columbus Area Bicentennial Committee Logo Design Contest

The Columbus Area Bicentennial Steering Committee today announced it is hosting a design contest to develop the official logo for the upcoming 2021 Bicentennial Anniversary.  The committee seeks designers to showcase their professional talents and [...]

See the 2019 City Christmas Tree Installation

See the 2019 City Christmas tree's arrival and installation at City Hall on November 20, 2019. Thanks to Frank's Tree Service and all the City employees who helped with the installation, as well as [...]

City Breaks Ground on Long Awaited Railroad Overpass

A project nearly four years in the making is now a reality after city, state and railroad officials broke ground on November 4, 2019 for an estimated $35 million railroad overpass on Columbus’ west side. [...]

City of Columbus Forms Columbus Bicentennial Commission

Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop is pleased to announce the formation of the City of Columbus Bicentennial Commission. The team is charged with organizing the commemoration of the City’s bicentennial in 2021 in ways that best [...]

2020 Budget Discussion

2020 Budget Discussion Monday, August 26, 2019 1:30-4:30 PM Council Chambers - City Hall  2020 Proposed Budget

Back to School Safety: Be Aware!

Area schools, including students in Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation and Flatrock Hawcreek School Corporation, return to school on Wednesday, August 7. Drivers are encouraged to use caution, especially during early morning hours, as kids will [...]

Regular Hours Resume August 5

City offices observing summer hours will resume their normal hourly schedule on August 5 and will be open from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday.  During the summer months, several City offices observed modified [...]