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6/30/2014 12:00:00 AM - HUD Awards Nearly $120 Million to Four Communities to Revitalize Housing, Surrounding Neighborhoods HUD is awarding Choice Neighborhoods Initiative implementation grants to stakeholder groups in Columbus, Ohio; Norwalk, Connecticut; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania- read more

6/25/2014 12:00:00 AM - Columbus Advances in Democratic National Convention Site Selection Process The Democratic National Committee announced today that Columbus is among the cities chosen to advance to the next phase, with site visits in July or August 2014.- read more

6/24/2014 12:00:00 AM - Parking Restrictions and Street Closures Before, During and After Red, White & Boom (UPDATED, June 27) Red, White and Boom parking restrictions and street closures- read more

6/23/2014 12:00:00 AM - Columbus 2016 to Present Bid to the Democratic National Committee Today, Columbus 2016 is preparing to make a bid presentation to the Democratic National Committee in Washington, DC. Columbus is among six cities including Birmingham, Cleveland, New York, Philadelphia, and Phoenix that submitted bids earlier in the month to host the DNC’s 2016 presidential nominating convention.- read more

6/10/2014 12:00:00 AM - Mayor Coleman and City Council Highlight Immigrant Impact on America Mayor Michael Coleman and the Columbus City Council announced their support of the first ever Immigrant Heritage Month. The goal of this initiative, organized by the non-profit Welcome.us, is to remember and celebrate the richness of our immigrant history.- read more

5/16/2014 12:00:00 AM - More than 300 Columbus Cyclists Celebrate National Bike to Work Day Mayor Michael B. Coleman and Council President Andrew J. Ginther traveled to work by bicycle today, joining more than three hundred other cyclists in celebrating National Bike to Work Day.- read more

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03/17/2014 - Mumps Information Mumps is a viral illness that affects the salivary glands. It is spread when an infected person coughs or sneezes, and a non-infected person inhales respiratory droplets that contain the virus. Symptoms include fever, body aches, headaches and swelling of the salivary glands under the ears or jaw.- read more

02/24/2014 - ACA Alert “Do you know someone who needs health coverage? Help them find assistance shopping for coverage at ohioforhealth.org. This video covers four easy ways to find assistance using ohioforhealth.org.”- read more

02/15/2014 - President's Day Holiday and Columbus Parking

The hours of enforcement at parking meters owned by the city of Columbus will not be in effect on Monday, February 17, 2014, in observance of the Presidents Day Holiday.  Motorists may park free-of-charge at the meters on Monday, February 17, 2014.

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  •   Light show

    Light Show

    If you have a passion for the arts, Columbus, Ohio is the place to be. The Places Almanac calls Columbus "one of the nation's best metro areas for the arts." You'll find world-class museums, theatre productions and musical performances, ballet, opera and much more.
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    Marathon Race

    Columbus is a leading sports destination and hosts events throughout the year, including professional, collegiate and high school sports, NCAA Championships, PGA Tour events and world-class sports festivals.- read more

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    Downtown at Dusk

    Check out the hot spots and happenings around town with the Experience Columbus Facebook photo albums. These artful shots of dining, arts, sports, architecture, events and more reveal Columbus, Ohio like you've never seen it before.- read more

News

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6/30/2014 12:00:00 AM - HUD Awards Nearly $120 Million to Four Communities to Revitalize Housing, Surrounding Neighborhoods HUD is awarding Choice Neighborhoods Initiative implementation grants to stakeholder groups in Columbus, Ohio; Norwalk, Connecticut; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania- read more

6/25/2014 12:00:00 AM - Columbus Advances in Democratic National Convention Site Selection Process The Democratic National Committee announced today that Columbus is among the cities chosen to advance to the next phase, with site visits in July or August 2014.- read more

6/24/2014 12:00:00 AM - Parking Restrictions and Street Closures Before, During and After Red, White & Boom (UPDATED, June 27) Red, White and Boom parking restrictions and street closures- read more

6/23/2014 12:00:00 AM - Columbus 2016 to Present Bid to the Democratic National Committee Today, Columbus 2016 is preparing to make a bid presentation to the Democratic National Committee in Washington, DC. Columbus is among six cities including Birmingham, Cleveland, New York, Philadelphia, and Phoenix that submitted bids earlier in the month to host the DNC’s 2016 presidential nominating convention.- read more

6/10/2014 12:00:00 AM - Mayor Coleman and City Council Highlight Immigrant Impact on America Mayor Michael Coleman and the Columbus City Council announced their support of the first ever Immigrant Heritage Month. The goal of this initiative, organized by the non-profit Welcome.us, is to remember and celebrate the richness of our immigrant history.- read more

5/16/2014 12:00:00 AM - More than 300 Columbus Cyclists Celebrate National Bike to Work Day Mayor Michael B. Coleman and Council President Andrew J. Ginther traveled to work by bicycle today, joining more than three hundred other cyclists in celebrating National Bike to Work Day.- read more

Alerts

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03/17/2014 - Mumps Information Mumps is a viral illness that affects the salivary glands. It is spread when an infected person coughs or sneezes, and a non-infected person inhales respiratory droplets that contain the virus. Symptoms include fever, body aches, headaches and swelling of the salivary glands under the ears or jaw.- read more

02/24/2014 - ACA Alert “Do you know someone who needs health coverage? Help them find assistance shopping for coverage at ohioforhealth.org. This video covers four easy ways to find assistance using ohioforhealth.org.”- read more

02/15/2014 - President's Day Holiday and Columbus Parking

The hours of enforcement at parking meters owned by the city of Columbus will not be in effect on Monday, February 17, 2014, in observance of the Presidents Day Holiday.  Motorists may park free-of-charge at the meters on Monday, February 17, 2014.

- read more

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Long Street Cultural Wall UnveilingJoin artists Kojo Kamau and Larry Winston Collins, Cultural Wall honorees, family and friends, and residents of the King-Lincoln and Discovery Districts, as we proudly unveil the first of its kind Long Street Cultural Wall. - learn more

Mayor's Twilight RideJoin Mayor Michael B. Coleman and other home town celebrities for an evening of bicycling through the heart of Columbus on Friday, July 11. Hop on your bike, grab your bike light and helmet and don’t miss Columbus’ finest evening ride. The 20 mile route will be the best tour of Columbus on two wheels! - learn more

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