Category: City of Columbus

City Council is extending deadline for Cleaner Columbus Litter Campaign mascot contest

Calling all Columbus City Schools artists! Council is extending the deadline for entries to the Cleaner Columbus Litter Mitigation Campaign mascot contest until MAY 24, 2019!!!   [COLUMBUS-OH] In an ongoing effort to engage our Columbus City School students, Councilmember Emmanuel V. Remy and Columbus City Council want to put a face on its litter reduction campaign. Council is launching…

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Smart Columbus seeks bids for construction services for the SCC – Connected Vehicle Environment project

Connected Vehicle Environment Please note that the City of Columbus, Department of Public Service is receiving bids until June 6, 2019 at 1:00 P.M. local time, for construction services for the SCC – Connected Vehicle Environment project.  Bids are to be submitted only at www.bidexpress.com.  Hard copies shall not be accepted. The work for this project…

Mayor Ginther and Building-Construction Unions Sign Community Benefits Agreement

Mayor Ginther and Building-Construction Unions Sign Community Benefits Agreement Mayor Andrew J. Ginther, other city officials, labor leaders and stakeholders signed a Community Benefits Agreement on April 11  for the construction of the new Linden Community Center and Park. The agreement, similar to the one being used for the construction of Fire Station #35 on…

Columbus City Council Announces 2019 Leadership Team and Restructured Committees

On Monday, March 11, 2019, Council President Shannon Hardin opened the night’s meeting with the election of Elizabeth Brown as Council’s President Pro Tem and announced the 2019 committee structure for members to advance the Council’s strategic focus on building stronger neighborhoods. “We are listening and focused on resolving the issues that residents bring to…

City of Columbus renames North High Street in honor of Rosa Parks

Congresswoman Beatty Joins in Dedication of Rosa Parks Way U.S. Congresswoman Joyce Beatty (OH-03), Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther, the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA), and The Ohio State University celebrated Civil Rights icon Rosa Parks, renaming a portion of North High Street in her honor, at a ceremonial event Monday morning.  During the ceremony, North…