Business Insider recently named New Albany as the #1 suburb in America based on factors such as: proximity to the nearest metropolitan area, average commute times, median household income, crime rates, and public-school ratings. New Albany is a community of almost 10,000 people.
The village has over 36 miles of maintained leisure trails and 2,000 acres of parkland. The Rocky Fork Metro Park is a wonderful 1,200-acre community asset which is also home to New Albany’s dog park, walking trails and horse trails. Healthy lifestyles are important to the residents of New Albany as is evident as they participate in walking clubs, community gardens, lunch and learns and a farmer’s market, to name a few. New Albany is also very pedestrian friendly with quaint shops, restaurants, health and fitness facilities and a library all in the downtown area.
A 4,000-acre International Business Park featuring four highway interchanges, dual-feed electric power and a state-of-the-art municipal broadband network.Every New Albany Plain Local Schools student attends class on a beautiful 200-acre learning campus that includes an 80-acre nature preserve and wetlands area. Inside the classroom, our schools are rated as excellent by the state of Ohio.