Certain medications are recommended for disposal by flushing. Please click on the link below for a complete list and further information.
The City of Bexley is pleased to announce the launch of the City’s BexALERT Active Notification System, which is being launched in partnership with a county-wide mass notification and warning system, ALERT Franklin County.
Bexley residents are now able to opt-in to receive critical information in real time via text message, phone (home, cell or business) and email. Residents can opt in to receive timely alerts from Franklin County Emergency Management System, as well as messages targeted from the City of Bexley for Bexley residents.
“We’ve been exploring mass notification systems for several years, and about a year or two ago became active with Franklin County’s effort to create a County-wide system that would also allow individual cities such as Bexley to provide information specific to our resident base,” said Bexley Mayor and Safety Director Ben Kessler. “The BexALERT/ALERT Franklin County partnership allows us to tailor messages to residents based upon what they want to be notified about, and by cooperating with a regional product like this we see substantial cost savings and ultimately end up with a better product.”
The City of Bexley will begin a water line replacement project on Broad Street from Alum Creek to Gould Road starting July 27th (expected completion by end of November weather permitting). Construction will occur in two block increments and east bound traffic will be reduced to one lane while both north and south bound turning movements within the work zone will be prohibited during working hours. The city will provide updates via onsite message boards, as well as the city's website and the Bexley Blast regarding work zones and recommended detours.
South Dawson Avenue and Bullit PArk Place: will be closed at Broad Street Monday thru Friday during working hours, approximately 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, starting August 31st thru September 9th weather permitting.
Stanbery Avenue: Northbound traffic may be restricted from time to time during these dates and times as well.
This water line project is Phase 1 of a 2-phase project, with steet resurfacing and aesthetic improvements scheduled to start in the Spring of 2016. Both phases are funded by a 75% grant / 25% no-interest loan package from the State of Ohio Public Works Commission.
Please contact the City’s Department of Public Service at 614-559-4220 if you have any questions regarding this project.
The Bexley Farmer's Market season is is full swing. Come by the Gateway South parking lot from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. every Thursday this summer through October 22nd and shop from a selection of local produce, meats, and cheeses, food demonstrations, children's events, food trucks, and live music.
The Bexley Farmers' Market is a destination committed to building local food tradition through access, education, and community outreach. For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/bexleyfarmersmarket.
Congrats to Bexley High School for being ranked the #3 High School in Ohio and the top High School in central Ohio per U.S. News and World Report! http://www.usnews.com/…/bexley-city/bexley-high-school-15114