Sunday
Jan272019

Deadline Extended to Select Different Recycling Toter Size


New Deadline: January 28th by 5:00 pm

As you may already know, the City of Bexley received a grant which will provide every Bexley resident with a 96-gallon recycling toter. Unless indicated, you will receive this toter in April. We originally had a deadline of January 21st to select a smaller toter size, but we are pushing that cut off date to January 28 by 5:00 pm. To select a smaller toter size, please visit www.bexley.org/recycle. We currently have 48, 64, and 96 gallon toters displayed outside of City Hall for residents to use as a reference. 

If you have a smaller red (or blue) Rumpke recycling bin, you can continue to use that for overflow recycling if necessary. If you would like to just use the toter you will receive in April, please clearly mark your smaller bin as "TRASH" and Rumpke will pick it up!

Sunday
Jan272019

Food Waste Recycling Program - Current Participants



Beginning in February, the City of Bexley will be expanding our Food Waste Pilot Program City wide. All residents in the current program wanting to participate must go to www.bexley.org/food-waste if they want to either start, or continue participating in the program.

Tuesday
Jan222019

Bexley Community Foundation Calling for Proposals

Due by Friday January 25, 2019

The Bexley Community Foundation is accepting Letters of Intent for projects and programs serving Bexley. The Foundation makes grants to organizations, programs, and initiatives that enrich the lives of those who live, learn, work, and play in Bexley. The Foundation is seeking projects and programs focused on any of our eight community priorities; Arts and Culture, Beautification and Environment, Community Engagement, Economic Development, Health and Wellness, Lifelong Learning, Public Safety and Recreation and Youth. To begin the process please visit bexleycommunityfoundation.org and click “Apply for a Grant” on our homepage. A Letter of Intent is due by Friday, January 25, 2019. Please contact Bexley Community Foundation Executive Director Hallie Raskin at (614) 235-4070 or Hallie@bexleycommunityfoundation.org with any questions.

Tuesday
Jan222019

Support the BCF at "Battle of the Charities"


Woodlands Tavern (1200 W. 3rd Ave in Grandview!) - Friday, January 25 - 7:00 - 11:00 pm

Come to Woodlands Tavern and enjoy music from Bexley's own Big Rockin' Blues Band, featuring four Bexley musicians - Steve Shapiro, Mayor Ben Kessler, Michael Weinstock and Dennis Hirsch! There are four other organizations participating - whichever charity brings out the most patrons will win $1,000! 

There will be a $5 cover charge at the door, as well as an opportunity to donate to the charity of your choice! Whichever charity gets the most people to Woodlands by 9:30 gets the $1,000. It's that simple! Please don't forget to mention you're there supporting the BCF! To learn more, please click here

Friday
Jan182019

Bexley Offering Assistance for Federal Employees Impacted by the Government Shutdown

The City of Bexley is providing assistance to Bexley resident employees of the federal government impacted by the current government shutdown.  We will provide deferred payment options on Bexley utility bills, including water, sewer, and refuse bills.  Please call Janet Mercurio at the Bexley Water Department at (614) 559-4270 to arrange assistance.  If there is any other way we can help, please let us know by calling the Mayor's office at (614) 559-4210.