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Melanie Crabill
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City Announces Funding for New Sullivant Ave. Police Substation and Real-Time Crime Center in Linden Mayor Andrew J. Ginther today announced $15 million in proposed funding to support construction of the new Sullivant Avenue police substation in the Hilltop and Real-Time Crime Center in Linden. - learn more

City of Columbus Announces Nearly $9 Million in Support for Central Ohio Shelters The City of Columbus announced $8.8 million in American Rescue Plan funding for programs that provide immediate and long-term support for central Ohioans experiencing homelessness. - learn more

City of Columbus Extends Outdoor Dining Program Again The outdoor seating pilot program will extend through November 14. - learn more

Mayor Ginther and Community Partners Announce Details for New Solar Park Mayor Andrew J. Ginther, along with other city, energy and community partners, announced that the planned Columbus Solar Park will power Clean Energy Columbus. - learn more

Linden Fresh Market and Charitable Pharmacy opens to provide needed access to fresh produce and health care services in historic neighborhood Mayor Andrew J. Ginther announced the Linden Fresh Market and Charitable Pharmacy are officially open. - learn more

City of Columbus Announces $3.5 Million for New Child Care Initiatives Mayor Andrew J. Ginther announced $3.5 million in American Rescue Plan funding to support working families and address critical labor shortages in the child care industry. - learn more

Mayor Ginther Signs Executive Order Requiring Face Masks in Indoor Public Spaces Mayor Andrew J. Ginther today signed an executive order declaring a State of Emergency in the City of Columbus and requiring that face masks be worn by individuals age 6 and older while in indoor spaces accessible to the public. - learn more

U.S. Department of Justice to Review Columbus Division of Police The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) accepted the City of Columbus’ invitation to review the Columbus Division of Police and provide assistance through its Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Office. - learn more

City of Columbus Opens Search for Permanent Recreation and Parks Director The City of Columbus and the Recreation and Parks Commission is accepting applications for a permanent director of the Columbus Department of Recreation and Parks - learn more

Mayor Andrew J. Ginther Appoints Robert Clark as Director of Public Safety Mayor Andrew J. Ginther announced the appointment of Robert Clark as the Director of Public Safety effective on Sep. 26, 2021. - learn more

CITY AWARDS $12.2 MILLION IN COVID-19 RENTAL ASSISTANCE TO HELP KEEP VULNERABLE RESIDENTS IN THEIR HOMES Mayor Andrew J. Ginther and Columbus City Councilmember Shayla Favor announced the award of $12.2 million to 26 community organizations through the city’s Stable Housing Initiative - learn more

City to Require Employees and Visitors to Wear Masks in City Buildings Mayor Andrew J. Ginther announced that starting Monday, August 16, 2021, all employees and visitors to city buildings must wear masks, regardless of vaccine status. - learn more

Mayor Ginther Announces $13 Million for Design, Construction of Improved Aquatics Facilities Mayor Andrew J. Ginther announced $13 million to improve the aquatics facilities at Glenwood and Windsor community centers in the Hilltop and Linden, respectively. - learn more

City of Columbus, Community Leaders Showcase Success of Alternative Response Pilot Program Mayor Andrew J. Ginther today joined City Council President Shannon Hardin and leaders from Public Safety and Public Health to highlight the effectiveness of the Alternative Response Pilot Program. - learn more

City and FOP Reach Agreement on Three-Year Contract The City of Columbus has reached an agreement on a three-year contract with the Fraternal Order of Police that was approved by members through a vote that ended on Saturday. - learn more

Mayor Ginther Announces New Funding for Initiatives to Reduce Violent Crime Mayor Andrew J. Ginther today announced $400,000 in funding for two crime reduction programs led by Franklin County Municipal Court Judge Jessica D’Varga and Franklin County Prosecutor G. Gary Tyack. - learn more

Safety Director Ned Pettus, Jr., Announces Retirement After 40 years of service to the City of Columbus, Public Safety Director Ned Pettus, Jr., today announces his retirement. - learn more

City of Columbus Launches New Interagency Partnership to Prevent, Reduce Gun Violence The City of Columbus announced a new partnership between the Columbus Division of Police, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Ohio and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). - learn more

City of Columbus Awarded $25 Million Federal Grant for Columbus Crossroads Project The City of Columbus will receive $25 million from the Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA) grant program to support Phase 4 of the Columbus Crossroads Project. - learn more

City Seeks New Nominees for 2021 Columbus Hall of Fame Induction Mayor Andrew J. Ginther is asking residents to nominate new candidates for the Columbus Hall of Fame. - learn more

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