Renovation of the 10-story, 237,225 square foot Hall of Justice building located at 369 S. High Street began in August 2013 and is expected to be substantially complete later this year. As of March, the renovation is 60-percent complete.
Commissioners are utilizing a pay-as-you-grow approach, only building out four of the ten floors at this time. The renovated facility will feature a first floor conference center, the Adult Probation unit will occupy the fourth and fifth floors, while the Law Library will return to the tenth floor.
Every spring and fall, millions of birds migrate through Columbus on their way to or from their breeding grounds. Many birds migrate at night, and lights on tall buildings can lead to collisions with buildings or windows. Lights Out programs provide an opportunity to reduce the number of collision-related kills by reducing lighting.
The Common Pleas Courthouse opened June 2011. It has a LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
The Franklin County Dog Shelter and Adoption Center opened October 2011. The facility was designed to be LEED Silver and Franklin County is awaiting approval for official certification.
We provide building maintenance and upkeep at our county facilities to ensure a clean and functional environment. We provide electronic voice communications, community service and supplemental services to ensure a desirable business environment. We provide construction administration and management, protective and safety enhancements, to ensure a safe and secure environment.
Board of Commissioners Agencies
- Animal Care & Control
- Benefits & Risk Management
- Child Support Enforcement
- Economic Development
- Fleet Management
- Homeland Security
& Justice Programs
- Human Resources