The Robert N. Stewart Bridge, formerly the Second Street Bridge, is a cable-stayed bridge, designed by J. Muller International and completed in 1999. The bridge is fully suspended and the 40 cables that support the structure are in the shape of a fan. In 2012, City Engineer Dave Hayward, worked with two Indianapolis companies to bring colored lighting to the bridge for both visitors and citizens to enjoy. In 2013, then Governor Mike Pence declared the bridge be named Robert N. Stewart Bridge, in recognition of the former three term mayor of Columbus.
Shine A Light On
November 3, 2022 is the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s (AFA) 2022 ‘Light the World in Teal‘ initiative. This helps AFA shine a spotlight on Alzheimer’s disease and the impact it has on families around the globe.
November 7 – 13, 2022
‘Operation Green Light‘, a new national collaborative initiative of the National Association of Counties to support military veterans, as well as raise awareness about the unique challenges faced by many veterans and resources available to assist them and their families.
Valentine's Day Red
St. Patrick's Day Green
Mother's Day Pink/Purple
Memorial Day Red/White/Blue
4th of July Red/White/Blue
Labor Day Red/White/Blue
|Veteran's Salute Concert||Red/White/Blue|
|Mill Race Marathon||Blue/Green|
*Bridge Lighting may be pre-empted if a local high school team reaches a state final.