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Friday
Oct182019

Stop by the Harvest Festival!


Friday, October 18th, 6:00 - 8:00 pm at Jeffrey Meadow

It's time, Bexley! Our annual Harvest Festival is happening tonight at Jeffrey Meadow. Join us for an evening of fall-fun with a corn maze, hay rides, a princess meet and greet, live music, face painting, a bonfire, food, and much more. There is no charge for admission! For more information, please click here.

Friday
Oct182019

Leaf Collection Begins Monday, October 21



Leaf collection is sectioned off into three parts, one for the north, central, and south sides of the City. We will update this page daily with collection schedules!

  • North: Meadow Park headed East
  • Middle: Westland headed East
  • South: Sheridan headed East

Below are a few simple guidelines to follow to ensure leaves are picked up in a timely and efficient manner:

  • Rake leaves to the back of the curb but not in the street. If possible, please avoid placing leaf piles near mailboxes, trees, lights or signs.
  • Please keep leaves out of storm water sewers and stream banks. Leaves cause bacteria that depletes oxygen and can kill fish and other stream organisms.
  • Leaves can also be collected during scheduled yard waste collection dates if they are placed in paper yard waste bags or in a container marked "yard waste"
Friday
Oct182019

DEA Drug Take Back at the Bexley Police Department


October 26, 2019 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm at the BPD – 559 N. Cassingham Road

Drop off your unused or expired prescription and over-the-counter pills for disposal in a safe, legal, and environmentally conscious manner by local law enforcement officers. You can also dispose of e-cigarettes and vapes, but the batteries must be removed. For more information about this event, please contact Sgt. Dawn Overly!

Friday
Oct182019

Trick-or-Treat in Bexley


Thursday, October 31, 5:30 - 7:00 pm at Jeffrey Mansion

This year, Trick-or-Treat will be observed on October 31st from 5:30 - 7:00 pm. As always, this event will take place rain or shine. Be on the lookout for Halloween Patrol details if you will be interested in volunteering!

Friday
Oct182019

Bexley Public Library, Now A Designated Safe Place 



Our Bexley Public Library is now a designated Safe Place in the central Ohio community! The building will display the yellow and black Safe Place sign, which signifies immediate help and safety for youth.

The Safe Place program is an option for young people who feel they have nowhere to turn. Columbus’ Safe Place initiative, operated by Huckleberry House, is part of a national network of Safe Place programs in 37 states and the District of Columbia. 

Ben Heckman, Bexley Public Library Director, notes, “Our team works to provide kids access to information to help them navigate the issues they face every day. Providing homework help, answering research questions, and connecting kids with access to trusted resources in a crisis situation are all ways we meet the needs of our young community members. Serving as a Safe Place feels like a natural fit for the library.”