NEWS CATEGORY: Mayor’s Journal

Mayor Ben’s Four Things Friday – 11/24

Tomorrow is Small Business Saturday, so get out there and stock up on gifts from Urban Emporium, empty out the shelves at Gramercy Books, and ...

Mayor Ben’s Four Things Friday 10/13

Two One Bexley events this past week provided a great opportunity to learn from another community that has worked hard to dismantle systemic racism and ...

2200 East Main Street Development Proposal Update 

The proposed redevelopment of the Trinity Apartments site continues to have preliminary reviews at City boards and commissions when it heads to ...

Mayor Ben’s Four Things Friday – 9/15

Progress on the Joint Livingston Avenue Plan ImprovementsLast year, Bexley successfully applied for a $16m federal grant*, in partnership with the City of Columbus, ...

Mayor Ben’s Four Things – 9/8 Edition

This week I invited members from the Jeffrey Park Master Plan committee to walk the creek from the pool parking lot up ...

Mayor Ben’s Four Things Friday – 9/1 Edition

Here are a few things happening in Bexley that aren't otherwise covered in this week's Blast. Have a great weekend! - BKI’ll be on the ...

One Bexley Update

One Bexley UpdateThe City of Bexley is continuing to partner with Bexley City Schools and Bexley Public Library on the One Bexley project. Together, we are working ...

Mayor Ben’s Four Things Friday – 8/25 Edition

Mayor Ben's Four Things Friday!Here are a few things happening in Bexley that aren't otherwise covered in this week's Blast. Have a great ...

School Safety Message

As the new academic year begins, motor vehicle and pedestrian traffic multiplies around the city of Bexley and with it safety issues can arise. The Bexley Police Department ...

2023 Bexley Citizen of the Year – DARN!

The 2023 Bexley Citizen of the Year is the citizen-led "Developmental Assets Resource Network" (DARN).  DARN was selected by the Bexley Celebrations and Events Team due ...