Mosquito Spraying Scheduled for August 20th @ 8:30 pm

Mosquito Spraying Scheduled Starting at 8:30 pm on Monday, August 20th

Due to a mosquito trap in Bexley recently testing positive for the mosquito species which is a carrier of West Nile Virus, Franklin County Public Health will be performing a mosquito treatment in Bexley on August 20th, beginning at 8:30 pm. This treatment is scheduled for the evening, after bee and other insect populations are no longer active or vulnerable, and when the mosquitoes that are West Nile Virus carriers are most active.  Note that this treatment will not impact all mosquito species which are active in Bexley, so residents should continue to be vigilant about removing sources of standing water, etc to discourage mosquito population growth. A map of the region being sprayed can be found here.

Residents who wish to avoid any contact with the treatment are advised to keep windows closed and to avoid outdoor activity from 8:30 pm until trucks have completed spraying (spraying is estimated to be completed by 9:30 pm). Residents may opt out of spraying at their property by filling out a "no spray" request form by clicking here. For more information on the testing and treatment program offered by Franklin County Public Health, click here.



2404 East Main Street, Bexley, Ohio 43209

RE/MAX Realty specializes in a many housing and commercial opportunities.  Besides the selling and buying of residential real estate, Re/Max Main Street is a professional management company (leasing several apartments and homes in the area), buys and sells for investors and leases commercial property. They specialize in their research for the market.  

"The synergism and energy associated with the City of Bexley and specifically Main Street, empowers our real estate operations to be the best it can for the community. Bexley excels as an inclusive community, giving us the ability to conduct a professional business and to also give back by our involvement in many local private and public institutions and organizations." - Richard Barnett, Re/Max Realtor

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C-PASS Downtown Employee Bus Program

Free Rides Downtown

Starting June 1, 2018, eligible downtown employees can get unlimited COTA bus access at no cost thanks to a partnership of the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, the Central Ohio Transit Authority, and Capital Crossroads Special Improvement District downtown property owners.

Q. What is C-pass?
A. The C-pass program gives eligible downtown employees access to ride any COTA bus, anytime.

Q. How much does C-pass cost?
A. Eligible employees can ride COTA with C-pass at no cost. C-pass offers unlimited bus access that was purchased by property owners within the Capital Crossroads Special Improvement District with additional funding from the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission.

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Backyard Conservation Workshop

Interested in backyard conservation? Get $50 for Your Yard! Community Backyards offers one reimbursement up to $50 on the purchase an approved rain barrel, compost bin, native plants or native trees.

Attend the Bexley Community Backyards workshop where conservationists will teach improving water quality with rain barrels and rain gardens, why native plants are so important, how composting improves soil conditions, and proper lawncare techniques to receive your $50 voucher! Registration is preferred.


Phone Troubles at City Hall

Our phone lines are down at City Hall and we're actively working with our IT manager and service provider to find a solution. This seems to be an issue affecting calls made from mobile Verizon Wireless numbers into non-emergency city lines. We currently do not have an estimate of when the problem will be solved, but we are working on it!

Thank you for your patience.