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Multiple Stakeholders and Entities Working on Short-Term and Long-Term Solutions for Residents at Latitude Five25 The City is working with Franklin County and other service providers to secure interim housing for displaced residents. - learn more

City of Columbus Receives Global Sustainability Recognition, Showcases Progress on Climate Action Plan The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) –a global environmental nonprofit dedicated to supporting and advancing local climate action efforts – has recognized Columbus as one of 122 “A List” cities. - learn more

City Seeks New Nominees for 2022 Columbus Hall of Fame Induction Mayor Andrew J. Ginther is asking residents to nominate new candidates for the Columbus Hall of Fame. - learn more

Mayor Ginther Releases Proposed 2023 General Fund Budget Mayor Andrew J. Ginther released his proposed 2023 General Fund budget – the largest-ever in city history. - learn more

Mayor Ginther Unveils Safety Spending in Proposed 2023 Operating Budget Mayor Ginther announced that more than $705 million will be allocated for neighborhood safety in his proposed 2023 Operating Budget. - learn more

City Leaders Outline How $1.5 Billion Bond Package Would Support Public Safety Mayor Andrew J. Ginther outlined how the proposed $1.5 billion bond package on the ballot this fall would support neighborhood safety throughout Columbus. - learn more

City Leaders Promote Home Repair and Lead Remediation Programs for Columbus Residents Community leaders gathered to promote several home repair and lead remediation resources available to Columbus residents. - learn more

Fran Ryan Center Named to Honor Former Councilmember’s Commitment to Senior Community Mayor Andrew J. Ginther announced that the Broad Street Arts and Senior Campus will be named The Fran Ryan Center. - learn more

City Leaders Outline How $1.5 Billion Bond Package Would Support Columbus Recreation and Parks Department Mayor Ginther outlined how the proposed $1.5 billion bond package on the ballot this fall would support the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department. - learn more

City’s Chief Diversity Officer Damita Brown Stepping Down to Pursue New Opportunity The Executive Director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Damita Brown, has offered her resignation to pursue a professional opportunity in the not-for-profit sector. - learn more

Cultural Arts Center Renamed to Commemorate Priscilla R. Tyson’s Impact on the Arts Mayor Ginther joined current and former city officials to announce that the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department’s Cultural Arts Center has been renamed the Priscilla R. Tyson Cultural Arts Center. - learn more

City of Columbus Launches Police Athletic League for Local Youth Mayor Ginther announced the Columbus Police Athletic League, a program where officers volunteer to work with youth ages 6-18 in organized sports and other programs. - learn more

City of Columbus Seeking Applications for Civilian Police Review Board Vacancy The City of Columbus is currently accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the Civilian Police Review Board. - learn more

Mayor Ginther and Community Leaders Outline Proposed Affordable Housing Bond Package Mayor Andrew J. Ginther and community leaders outlined how the proposed $200 million affordable housing bond. - learn more

BBI Logistics Lays Out Columbus Expansion Plan BBI Logistics, one of Central Ohio’s fastest-growing companies, gathered with community leaders today to lay out its plans to develop its first corporate office in Columbus’ Arena District. - learn more

City and County Distribute Additional $20 Million for Rent and Utility Assistance The City of Columbus and Franklin County have authorized distribution of another $20 million in federal Emergency Rental Assistance Funding. - learn more

City Leaders Showcase Right Response Unit’s Successful Inaugural Year Mayor Andrew J. Ginther joined city and community leaders to highlight the successful first year of the Right Response Unit. - learn more

Mayor Ginther to Attend Communities in Action: Building a Better Ohio At the White House on Wednesday Mayor Andrew J. Ginther will be attending a White House forum on Wednesday that highlights how recently-passed federal programs are helping residents across Ohio and right here in Columbus. - learn more

City of Columbus Awarded $2 Million Federal Grant for Healthy Homes Program Mayor Andrew J. Ginther today announced a $2 million federal grant supporting the Healthy Homes Program. - learn more

City Opens Support Centers for Columbus Students Mayor Andrew J. Ginther announced that the city is partnering with area nonprofits to open numerous support centers for students impacted by the teachers strike. - learn more

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