There are still slots open for free CPR/AED classes! Click here to sign up for an upcoming class and learn how you can save a life. HEARTSafe Bexley is designed to improve survivorship of sudden cardiac arrest. This project is a collaboration between the City of Bexley, community organizations, and emergency medical service providers to train bystanders to intervene in the event of sudden cardiac arrests. Learn more about HeartSafe Bexley here.
In conjunction with Bexley BrewFest, we’re excited to announce our Labor Day plans for 2023! Join us for a carnival-themed block party along Main Street, with live music, delicious food, family-friendly activities, and more! For more details, click here.
The 2023 Bexley BrewFest will feature craft brews, seltzers, and ciders produced by some of thebest craft breweries in the Buckeye State. A ticket is required to participate in the BrewFest and more details can be found here.
As in years past, street closures will be occurring throughout the City on July 4th to block off streets for the 5k, Parade and Parade staging, and Evening Activities. Please see more details, below. Questions can be directed to email@example.com or (614) 559-4200.
Parade Route — Main St. will closed between Gould and east of Drexel and Broad St. will have a delay but will not be closed.
The Annual John Barr Bexley 4th of July 5K, presented by Bexley Automotive, will take place Tuesday, July 4th at 8:00am! The race course is routed through north Bexley, commencing from and returning to Jeffrey Mansion at 165 N. Parkview Avenue. Early registration is open through June 11, so be sure to register online today to save $10 today and be guaranteed a race shirt!For more information about all of our 4th of July Community events, including the parade, please visit bexley.org/fourth.
Our community’s annual Memorial Day Service will include music from community members and remarks from General Gail Atkins, with participation from the Bexley Police Honor Guard and a wreath laying ceremony. The event begins at 11:00 am and typically lasts about a half hour. Come join us as we honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country.
The Green Bexley Cleanup Day is on Saturday, April 22 from 8:00 am – 11:00 am on Delmar Drive, near the Bexley Police Station. With help of community partners and volunteers, this event is organized annually for residents to dispose of unwanted household items, furniture, prescription drugs, batteries, and other hard-to-recycle products. This is a drive through event – please stay in your vehicle while volunteers remove items.
Only the items listed below will be taken at the event:
- Accepted at the Police Station through Bexley Citizens Police Academy Alumni:
- Medication bottles: Bottles without labels can be recycled. Bottles with labels intact will be landfilled.
- Aluminum cans
- Usable items that can be rehomed through Goodwill. Items must be cleaned and in good condition:
- All Clothing
- Coats/ Jackets/ Gloves
- Linens/ Bedding/ Towels
- Curtains/ Drapes
- Small Appliances
- Clothing Accessories
- Home Decor
- Toys/ Games
- Bikes/ Skateboards/ Scooters
- Sporting Equipment
- Musical Instruments
- Holiday Décor
Furniture that is wet, moldy, ripped, torn, stained, broken, or is in need of any type of cleaning or repair will not be accepted, nor will large furniture donation
- Batteries recycled: Terminals must be taped.
- Broken electronics for recycling through Accurate IT
- Paper for shredding off-site through Shred It: Paper clips and staples are accepted, but binders and binder clips must be removed.
Large furniture and Household Hazardous Waste, including paints, chemicals, light blubs, or oils, will not be taken at this event.
For information about where to properly discard these items, visit greenbexley.org or contact Elizabeth Ellman, Sustainability Programs Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (614) 559-4250. Learn more about other Earth and Arbor Day events at greenbexley.org/earthandarbor.
The Bexley Yard Sale & Freecycle Day is scheduled for Saturday, May 6 and Sunday, May 7 – if there are items you’d like to dispose of, but aren’t on the list below, save them and host a yard sale!
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! This drive-through event is only possible through the generosity of volunteers. Please sign up to join in the fun by clicking here.