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  2. Snow emergencies for Columbus and central Ohio, Jan. 25

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The next winter storm has arrived from the southwest in the early morning hours Wednesday, leading to snow emergencies in central Ohio. As of 10 a.m., Franklin County is ...

  3. Franklin County ends snow emergency; Delaware reduces to ...

    Franklin County, which previously was under a level 1 emergency, ended that emergency shortly after 10 a.m. Here's what each means, as defined by the Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness :

  4. Notice of Update to Department Operations - Franklin County, Ohio

    Building, Electrical and HVAC permits may be submitted online on our Permit Portal. Plumbing permits and private well and septic approvals will still need submitted and approved through the Franklin County Public Health Department. Building Department Contacts. 614-525-3166 or

  5. Public Records - Franklin County Clerk of Courts

    Public Financial Records. Outstanding Checks (11/30/2022) Excess Sales Proceeds (1/20/2023) Unclaimed Sales Proceeds. Unclaimed Funds. Attorney General Reports.

  6. Holidays | Franklin County, Ohio

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    Franklin County GOVT GOVT Level 1 - Snow EMRG Franklin County Board of DD ... Columbus and Central Ohio Weather WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT WEDNESDAY: Winter weather advisories will be in ...

  8. Franklin County, OH Warnings, Watches and Advisories

    Franklin County, OH severe weather warnings, watches and advisories as immediately issued by the National Weather Service. Toggle navigation Franklin County, OH | 35° F

  9. Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Will Not Pursue ...

    Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Will Not Pursue Charges Related to 2022 Suicide of Rayshawn Meeks. After reviewing the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s (BCI) report on the 2022 death of Rayshawn Meeks, the Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney’s office has concluded that Meeks died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound and, consequently, will not seek criminal charges against the civilians or police officers involved.