4th of July in Bexley is Right Around the Corner!

With the 4th of July being just a month away, we wanted to thank all of the organizers and community groups who work so hard to make our 4th of July celebrations arguably the best in the universe.

The Bexley Celebrations Association (BCA) works year-round to plan the parade, evening activities, and the fireworks. In addition, the support provided by the City of Bexley Service, Recreation, and Police Departments allows for the events to run smoothly year after year. The Bexley Celebrations Association receives generous support from the Bexley Chamber of Commerce, Bexley-Eastmoor-Berwick Realty Association, Capital University, Kemba Financial Credit Union, Bexley Lions Club, the Bexley Community Foundation, and a host of other community businesses. However, every year, the biggest contributor to this day is YOU! If you haven't had a chance to do so yet, consider providing financial support for the 4th of July festivities by visiting www.bexleycelebrations.org. 4th of July activities are fully funded by donations from residents like you, so thank you Bexley!


Get Ready to Swim! 

The David H. Madison Community Pool is now open for the summer to Bexley Residents and their guests. Residents can purchase memberships or a daily admission pass. With amazing amenities such as a zero depth entry leisure pool with a play structure, an 8-lane competition pool, a diving well, two (2) water slides, a toddler pool and a splash pad, the community pool provides hours upon hours of fun in the sun for all ages.

Please visit our www.bexley.org/pool for more detailed information.



Bexley Farmers' Market Every Thursday ! 

Every Thursday, 4:00 pm on Dawson and Main

Join the Bexley Farmers' Market on Thursdays,from 4:00 to 7:00 pm.  Enjoy fresh-from-farm produce and meat, merchants, food vendors, and live music. The Bexley Farmers' Market occurs every Thursday evening until the end of October. To keep up to date with the Bexley Farmers' Market, visit www.facebook.com/bexleyfarmersmarket.


Draft of the Southwest Bexley Strategic Framework Available

Below is the most current draft of the Southwest Bexley Strategic Framework, for review prior to this Thursday (May 18) public workshop, which will be help at Bexley City Hall at 6:30 pm.

If you're not able to make Thursday night's meeting, feedback can be provided via an online survey by clicking here.

For more information on upcoming meetings and the planing process, please visit http://www.bexley.org/swbmp.  



Columbus Changes to Traffic Signal at Main St & Alum Creek Dr

City of Columbus crews will make safety enhancements to the traffic signal at the intersection of E. Main Street and Alum Creek Drive the week of February 27, weather permitting. Crews will change the signal operation as seen from westbound E. Main Street at Alum Creek Drive.  Under the current configuration, vehicles can make a left turn when the signal is green (green circle) or when there is a green arrow.  

The signal operation will be changed to permit left turns only when the green arrow is lit. A red arrow will be displayed to remind drivers and cyclists in the turn lane that the turn is not allowed until the green arrow is displayed. The changes to this traffic signal will reduce the likelihood of a collision with left turning vehicles while maintaining the flow of traffic.

For more information, please visit https://www.columbus.gov/Templates/Detail.aspx?id=2147494876.