If you need health insurance, please know that the ACA (Affordable Health Care Act) Enrollment period is now open until Dec 15, 2018.
This is for full-fledged health insurance. Beware of the “Association Plans” recently being touted by some, as they have limited coverage, and may not cover you if you really get sick. ACA plans contain the full legally required benefits, and may be surprisingly affordable with the subsidies available to you.
For Local Help
You and your neighbors are invited to bring your code questions to the July Forest Park Civic Association Meeting on Tuesday, July 10 at 7.00 pm at Epworth United Methodist Church, 5100 Karl Road.
Guest Speaker Chris Suel, City of Columbus Community Liaison, will be with us for a discussion of all things code related!
Don’t forget the Forest Park Block Watch Meeting at 6.00 pm on July 10 , with Police Liaison Officer Scott Clinger and discussion about the update to the 72 hour parking changes.
Have a bike, but don’t know where to go? The Columbus Metro Bike Map gives you a color-coded view of the user-friendliness of on-road bike facilities in the core of Central Ohio. The printed map also features safety tips, a one-sided view of the regional map, and a larger inset of the downtown/Ohio State University area.
How to Receive a Bike Map
The fifth edition of the Columbus Metro Bike Map is available online as a pdf and as an interactive map, at local bike shops, and public libraries. Fill out the form below to request a printed copy. A MORPC team member will respond as soon as possible. You can also email bikemaps [at] morpc [dot] org, or call 614-228-2663.
Limit one per person. Organizations and special event requests for more than one map will be reviewed.
Bike Map Request Form, PDF, or Interactive Map, may be found here:
Columbus Metro Bike Map