New Albany Area Statistics
County: Franklin County
Location: Northeast corner of Franklin County, 40 minutes from downtown Columbus, 15 minutes from the airport
Schools: New Albany-Plain Local Schools
Utilities: Columbia Gas, American Electric Power, city water
Size: 23.12 square miles
Zip Codes: 43054, 43081, 43230
New Albany, Ohio
New Albany, OH is populated with neighborhoods lined with white fences, golf courses, gently rolling hills and a strong educational school system. Founded in 1837, New Albany remained a rural village situated in scenic surroundings for nearly 150 years before the first new home was built.
New Albany offers the community spirit of a rural village and the amenities and services of a metropolitan suburb. Development is guided by a carefully crafted strategic plan that balances residential, commercial, and recreational land use. New Albany neighborhoods feature “pocket” parks and large areas of open space that incorporate natural features such as streams and ponds. The village of New Albany celebrates many an event, including Founder’s Day, Fourth of July Parade and Celebrations, Festival of Homes, and the New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix and Family Day.
New Albany Public Education
New Albany-Plain Local is a school district in rapid transition that has seen large growth in a short span of time. New Albany is a nationally recognized school district that has significantly improved its educational standards with each passing year.