In an effort to combat the further spread of COVID-19, Columbus Public Health is bringing the mobile vaccination clinic to Far South Columbus residents. Residents 16 years old or older can register to be vaccinated right in their own community.
This is a request for a zoning variance for the property located at 3500 Alum Creek Drive.
This is a request for a zoning variance for the property located at 2918 Parsons Avenue.
Winter weather and Spring tornado season can bring the potential for strong and damaging storms. Now is the time to prepare your family for such emergencies.
Ready.gov features many tips and a checklist of items to include in an emergency kit.
Columbus Recreation and Parks’ programs, camps, classes and sports offer kids much more than something to do – they help kids develop social and academic skills, provide opportunities for physical activity and serve as a safe, supportive place for kids to spend time. The PLAY Scholarship Fund was created because the City of Columbus believes all kids deserve the chance to play regardless of ability to pay. Financially-challenged families with children 18 years and younger can apply for a PLAY Scholarship for any fee-based program offered through Columbus Recreation and Parks. Since 1993, more than 40,000 children have received PLAY scholarships,
Sammons Park (formerly Sills Park) has been a big part of kids’ recreational baseball for decades. This park is one of only five parks in Columbus where our youth baseball leagues are played. Thanks to cutting-edge technology and the generosity of community partners, Sammons Park received safety improvements.
Free Coats for Kids! Join the library and community partners for a coat giveaway on February 23rd, 3-5pm. Receive a free book and a grab & go snack too.
Public districts in our area are back to some in person learning. Groveport Madison, Hamilton Local, and Columbus City Schools are currently operating blended learning models, where students spend half of their time in the physical classroom. Some students (for example, Columbus City’s middle and high school students) remain in fully virtual classes. Districts continue to offer …