New Albany, Ohio

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New Albany is a village in Franklin and Licking Counties in the U.S. state of Ohio, just northeast of the state capital of Columbus. Most of the village is located in Franklin County; only a small portion of the village extends into adjacent Licking County. The population was 3,711 at the 2000 census; it was estimated to have increased to 7,332 by 2009.[3] Founded in 1837, it is now a growing suburb in the Columbus area.



New Albany is located at 40°4′43″N 82°49′14″W / 40.07861°N 82.82056°W / 40.07861; -82.82056 (40.078643, -82.820618),[4] at an elevation of 1,024 feet (312 m).[5]

According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 8.9 square miles (23.1 km²), all of it land.

New Albany is situated in the headwaters of the Rocky Fork Creek, a tributary of the Big Walnut Creek[6]. The Rocky Fork Rose Run and Rocky Fork Sugar Run meander throughout the village. Blacklick Creek runs through the eastern end of the village.


The land that was to become the village was founded in the center of Plain Township in 1837 by Nobel Landon and William Yantis. Land was split into 50 ft (15 m) x 100 ft (30 m). lots and sold to new settlers. One theory about the name "New Albany" is that some of the original settlers migrated from the Albany, New York area.[7] During its history, the community has also been known by the name of "Hope."[5]

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