Friday
Apr192013

Bexley Community Foundation 2013 Small Grants Awarded!

We are delighted to announce that this week the Bexley Community Foundation Board of Directors announced their financial support of two grant applications from the City of Bexley. The awards are presented to the Bexley Police Department for $5,000 and to the Bexley Recreation and Parks Department in collaboration with Bexley Celebrations Association for $4,450.  Special thanks to Bexley Sergeant Dawn Overly for her work on the Police Department Community Education Grant and Bexley Recreation Director Mike Price for his work on the Community Events Yard Banner Grant. 

The full text of the Bexley Community Foundation Press Release is below:

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Tuesday
Apr162013

Alum Creek Trail - Wolfe Park/Academy Park Bridge Closed

Columbus Recreation and Parks Department (CRPD) has closed the Academy Park bridge that connects the Wolfe Park trail with the Academy Park trail.  This is a restoration of the bridge that is scheduled to take at least 5 months.  Access to the trail has been closed on the east side of Alum Creek at the entrance from Park Drive as well as just on the south side of the Broad Street underpass.  Access to the trail on the west side of Alum Creek is closed right at the bridge entrance.

CRPD has posted two detour routes with one using Nelson Road and one using Park Drive.  Below is a detour map which is also on their website at http://parks.columbus.gov/TrailAlerts.aspx.

Detour Map

Please contact the CRPD at 614.645.3300 with any additional questions.

Tuesday
Apr092013

New Signal at College Avenue and Charles Street

The City has installed stop signs at Charles Street for north and south bound traffic on College Avenue.  This signal was installed in order to calm traffic on College Avenue and provide a regulated point of crossing for pedestrians on College Avenue, based upon speed and traffic surveys performed over the past several years on College Avenue as well as resident input.

Friday
Apr052013

City Launches the Bexley Blast Hotline

We've focused over the past year on developing the Bexley Blast email into a consistent, pertinent communication for Bexley residents wanting to have information about upcoming events and issues in the City.  In order to extend that message to residents who may be less comfortable using internet communications, the City is launching the Bexley Blast Hotline starting on April 5th.  Each Friday, the Blast Hotline will be updated with the same up-to-date information contained in the Blast, slightly edited to provide better access to information and events to residents who are not using the internet.  

To receive Bexley Blast Hotline updates, call (614) 559-4202.

Thursday
Mar212013

State of the Community Video

The Bexley State of the Community address was held on March 14th.  Video of the address is being produced by a wonderful team of students at Capital University and will be posted here shortly.