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Start by updating your address with the United States Postal Service. The USPS keeps a record of your old residential address and will automatically forward mail to your new address for six months. It isn’t foolproof, but the post office does catch most outdated addresses. To update:

  • Visit the Official Postal Service Change of Address website. The USPS charges a $1.05 fee to verify your identity when changing your address online, so you’ll need a credit or debit card.

  • Pick up a Mover’s Guide at your local Post Office and follow all instructions.



Click here to register to vote online

If you need to change your address or update your voter registration information, click here.



Access Ohio’s Voter Registration form by clicking here. You may also use the National Mail Voter Registration form available at

You also may ask a county board of elections or the Secretary of State's office to mail a voter registration form to you.



You may obtain a voter registration form, and register to vote in person at any of the following locations:

  • The office of the Secretary of State;

  • The office of any of the 88 county boards of elections;

  • The office of the registrar or any deputy registrar of the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles;

  • Public libraries;

  • Public high schools or vocational schools;

  • County treasurers' offices; or

  • Offices of designated agencies, including:

    • The Department of Job and Family Services;

    • The Department of Health (including the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program);

    • The Department of Mental Health;

    • The Department of Developmental Disabilities;

    • Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities; or

    • The office of any state-assisted college or university responsible for providing assistance to students with disabilities.

When you have completed your voter registration form, please review it carefully for completeness and accuracy. You may either personally deliver, or send by U.S. Mail, your voter registration form to a county board of elections or the Secretary of State's office. You, or another person acting on your behalf, also may deliver your application to one of the offices listed above, but you should ensure your application reaches the office of a board of elections or the Secretary of State no later than the voter registration deadline, the 30th day before the election at which you want to vote.


Water & Sewer

The City of Columbus

Phone: 614.645.8276

Address: 111 N. Front Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215 (Free short-term Parking)



Trash & Recycling

The City of Columbus

Phone: 614.645.3111

Address: 2100 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, OH 43207 


Trash Website:

Recycling Website:

Columbia Gas of Ohio

Phone: 1.800.344.4077



American Electric Power

Phone: 1.800.672.2231



HandsOn Central Ohio 2-1-1

Connecting residents in Franklin county with comprehensive and up-to-date information about social, health and government services.

City of Columbus 3-1-1

The City of Columbus Service Center provides a way for you, the resident, to submit a request for City Services. The Service Center is the single point of contact for requesting all non-emergency City services and is available to residents, City businesses, and visitors.

Modcon Living

Modcon Living’s Tool Library offers more than 4,000 individual hand tools and power tools for DIY home repair and modification projects.

Home Energy Assistance Program

The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) is a federally funded program that provides eligible Ohioans assistance with their home energy bills. This one-time benefit is applied directly to the customer’s utility bill or bulk fuel bill.


Foreclosure Prevention

The following is a list of agencies, agency contact information, and the services each agency provides for foreclosure prevention and intervention.


Columbus City Schools