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Oct 11 2018

Commissioners' Program Connects Low-Income Residents to Careers in Skilled Trades

The work force in Central Ohio will grow today with 17 new building trade apprentices, thanks to a continuing partnership between Franklin County and the Central Ohio building trades that prepares low-income workers for careers in the skilled trades where workers are in demand.

Sep 05 2018

Commissioners, Coroner Break Ground on New Forensic Science Center

This morning, the Franklin County Commissioners and Coroner, Dr. Anahi Ortiz, broke ground on a new Forensic Science Center at 2090 Frank Road in the southwestern part of the county.  The new facility will replace the current morgue on King Avenue, which has been used since 1975, and represents a significant upgrade in both the size and capabilities of the coroner’s office.

Sep 03 2018

Commissioners’ Statement on Labor Day

Franklin County Commissioners’ Statement on Labor Day 
 

Aug 29 2018

Commissioners' Statement on the Announcement of Direct Flights to Seattle

Franklin County Commissioners’ Statement on the Announcement of Direct Flights to Seattle

Aug 01 2018

Commissioners Announce New Leadership For Dog Shelter

The Franklin County commissioners have announced a new director to oversee the county’s Animal Care and Control Department, which includes the Franklin County Dog Shelter and Adoption Center.  Kaye Dickson will take over the position beginning on Monday, August 6th.  In addition, the commissioners have hired an assistant director, Dwayne Young, who will begin next month.

Jul 24 2018

Commissioners, Staff Named to National Leadership Roles

All three Franklin County Commissioners have been named to leadership roles with the National Association of Counties (NACo), policy steering committees, ad hoc and standing committees, and various caucuses and task forces.

Jul 16 2018

HUD Awards $6.1 Million Grant to Reduce Youth Homelessness in Columbus and Franklin County

To help end youth homelessness, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is awarding $43 million to 11 local communities across the country, including nearly $6.1 million to the Community Shelter Board in Columbus through its Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP). This HUD program supports a wide range of housing interventions including rapid rehousing, permanent supportive housing, transitional housing, and host homes. The Community Shelter Board leads a coordinated, community effort to make sure everyone has a place to call home in Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio.

Jul 04 2018

Commissioners’ Statement on Independence Day

Franklin County Commissioners’ Statement on Independence Day

Jun 29 2018

Commissioners, MORPC Release Franklin County Energy Study

The Franklin County Commissioners and Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) today announced the findings of a new Franklin County Energy Study which was commissioned by the county and conducted by MORPC.  The study explores how energy is produced and used in Franklin County, and the impact it has on local communities and residents.

Jun 01 2018

Commissioners Call For Common Sense Gun Legislation On National Gun Violence Awareness Day

The Franklin County Commissioners are today calling on representatives in the United States Congress and the Ohio Legislature to proceed with urgency to enact common sense legislation to reduce the terrible toll that gun violence takes on our community and on communities across the state and nation.

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