Scioto Peninsula

Columbus City Council last night approved legislation raising the threshold for purchasing municipal goods and services.

´╗┐Columbus city officials say an Indiana developer has been chosen to build a residential and office complex in the Franklinton area.

Capital South Community Redevelopment Corporation

The Columbus Downtown Commission has approved plans to build a park with fountains, a cafe and restrooms outside of the COSI building downtown, replacing several surface parking lots.

The City of Columbus is leasing 56-acres of the Scioto Peninsula to the Riversouth Authority to continue years worth of redevelopment work in the area.

Columbus city officials say the Santa Maria, the replica of Christopher Columbus' flagship, is being pulled out of the Scioto River to make room for implementation of the Scioto Greenways plan.

Columbus City Council last night approved the 807-million-dollar municipal budget for the year.

Columbus Zoo Officials Seek Permanent Tax Levy

Jan 9, 2014

The board of directors of the Columbus Zoo voted yesterday to put a permanent, 1.25 mill property tax levy on the May ballot.

2013 was a year of progress when it comes to development in downtown Columbus.

Franklin County Commissioners today approved a deal to raze Veterans Memorial downtown, despite calls from local vets and the facility's board to renovate the structure.

Scioto Peninsula Plan

Aug 14, 2013
Columbus Downtown Development Corporation

Columbus and Franklin County officials have unveiled some major plans for the downtown 56-acre site west of the river near COSI.