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PRESS RELEASE – Interstate Directional Signage 

  Members of the city of New Albany staff met with officials from the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) to discuss concerns of citizens regarding New Albany signage associated with the bridges project. Mayor Gahan and a number of residents raised...

Each year, the Harvest Homecoming Festival hosts their Fiesta Rides at the end of Pearl Street near the levee. From October 3rd through October 7th, visitors will be able to purchase All Day Fiesta Ride Passes for $15. For the second year, Mayor Jeff Gahan and the...

City partners with Everbridge

Mayor Jeff Gahan is pleased to announce that, at recent New Albany Board of Public Works and Safety meeting, the board approved a partnership with Everbridge for the implementation of a mass notification system for residents of New Albany. The software will allow...

Ecotech closed on Monday, September 7th

Ecotech will be closed on Monday, September 7th in observance of the Labor Day holiday.  All residential trash collection will be on a one day delay for service normally provided on Monday thru Friday.  Please have all trash containers out by 6 AM to insure...

New Albany’s Two New Parks

Silver Street Park Redeveloped from an old industrial site, our new sports facility and park’s Grand Opening is on Monday, March 9th at 6pm. The park houses a 50 yard by 50 yard indoor sports turf and concessions along with several outdoor features such as a...

A Look Ahead at 2016

Last year, we saw the addition of two great new parks here in our city. The parks projects were just the beginning of our initiative to improve the quality of the residential experience here in New Albany.

This year, you’ll find even more ways to enjoy living in New Albany. The Coyle site on Spring Street has been abandoned for more than a decade.

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Soon, the site will be known as The Breakwater—a residential community that will bring 191 brand new apartments to New Albany. The M. Fine building will also be transformed into a 70-unit senior living center, bringing life to the building after 20 years of vacancy.

 

The Bridge Project has prompted an evaluation of the current street grid, and you may see some conversions from one way to two way streets to help accommodate for an influx of traffic.

Screen Shot 2016-01-22 at 10.36.58 AMThose folks that want to live downtown, and walk downtown and feel safe will begin to see those changes, and even some new opportunities for biking downtown. 2016 will bring a cleaner and safer New Albany, a place that residents can truly be proud of.

 

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