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Office of the Director   
50 West Gay Street   
Columbus, OH 43215-9040   
(614) 645.7795   
(614) 645.6675 [FAX]  

Code Enforcement Division   
757 Carolyn Ave.   
Columbus, OH 43224-3218   
(614) 645.2202  
(614) 645.6675 [FAX]  

Economic Development
150 South Front Street
Suite 220  
Columbus, OH 43215-4418  
(614) 645.8616  
(614) 645.6675 [FAX]  

Housing Division  
50 West Gay Street  
Columbus, OH 43215-9040  
(614) 645.7896  
(614) 645.6675 [FAX]  

Land Redevelopment Office  
50 West Gay Street  
Columbus, OH 43215-9030  
(614) 645.5263  
(614) 645-6675  [FAX] 

Planning Division   
50 West Gay Street   
Columbus, OH 43215-9030   
(614) 645.8664   
(614) 645.6675 [FAX]

Smart City

Columbus is awarded 'Smart City' grant We did it!  Columbus has been selected as the winner of the $40 million Smart Cities grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation! In addition, Vulcan Inc. has contributed another $10 million to incorporate electric vehicle infrastructure. - learn more

North Market Request for Proposal

The City of Columbus, Ohio is seeking proposals from development teams pursuing the opportunity to redevelop the surface parking lot of the site adjacent to the North Market currently operating as a surface parking lot. 

Founded in 1876, the North Market is the City’s last original public market.  Its current location at 59 Spruce Street houses thirty-five independently-owned local businesses, and attracts over 1 million guests annually. The North Market Development Authority (NMDA) is the nonprofit organization responsible for daily market operations.

For more information, please follow this link:  North Market RFP

To view the RFP, please visit the City of Columbus Vendor Services Portal and see Case ID: RFQ003376
http://vendors.columbus.gov/sites/public/VendorPortal/Enterprise%20Portal/default.aspx?&WDPK=initial&WMI=VendProfileDefault&redirected=1&WCMP=COLS&WMI=VendProfileDefault

Learning Skills to Lift Neighborhoods

“Learning Skills to Lift Neighborhoods,”  is a grant program to promote workforce development and combat vacant housing.   Through grants, the City of Columbus is looking to promote workforce development training in the construction trades for youth and/or restored citizens, while transforming vacant and blighted structures (or lots into productive parcels).  The program is being offered to non-profit organizations.  Grantees will be awarded $20,000 available per worksite.

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Director's Office The Department of Development is responsible for code enforcement, economic development, housing, land redevelopment, neighborhood services and planning. - learn more

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Code Enforcement Our Mission:  To improve the quality of life in Columbus neighborhoods through implementation and enforcement of the City's Housing, Zoning, Graphics, Health, Sanitation, and Safety Codes. - learn more

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Economic Development The Economic Development Division assists local businesses and provides information to companies looking to expand or relocated to Columbus. - learn more

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Housing The Housing Division serves Columbus by preserving and producing housing that helps build strong, distinct and vibrant neighborhoods. The Housing Division offers programs to assist homeowners, housing developers and rental property owners. - learn more

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Land Redevelopment Office and Land Bank Program The Columbus Land Bank was established in 1994 to improve Columbus neighborhoods by returning vacant, abandoned and underutilized residential and commercial properties into productive community assets.  - learn more

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Planning The Planning Division is responsible for neighborhood planning, commercial overlays, board and commission (Downtown, University District and East Franklinton), historic preservation, annexation and public art.  - learn more

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Jobs, Expansion and Transportation (JET) Task Force Mayor Michael B. Coleman appointed the JET Task Force, in April 2014 to build on one of our community's strongest assets, Port Columbus.  Comprised of leaders from the business, economic development and transportation sectors, the task force will focus on how best to redefine our airport as an economic hub and the center of transportation for the region.    - learn more