Area Facts : Anything New In Columbus?
Columbus continues moving forward!
Columbus Community Hospital has announced plans for a Community Health & Wellness Center, housing rehab services and the Columbus Family YMCA. In conjunction with the center, a new Child Development Center is also planned.
The $6.5-million Pawnee Plunge water park gets an expansion including an outdoor pool to go with the original lay-out including water slides, a lazy river, and many interactive features.
Columbus has welcomed Valmont Newmark and SiDump'r to our industrial community.
Columbus Community Hospital has completed a major expansion to their current campus, keeping on the cutting-edge of medical technology and practices.
Columbus is home to one of the world's largest ethanol-producing facilities at ADM-Columbus Corn Processing.
The Columbus Family Resource Center has opened in the former hospital building, bringing together workforce and human-service agencies in a one-stop center for help.
The Lost Creek Parkway now rings the north side of Columbus with convenient traffic flow from one side of town to the other.
Numerous retail and commercial developments have opened their doors and downtown Columbus is undergoing a significant "face-lift."
Three new viaducts are planned for Columbus in the next decade.
The Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce built its first new headquarters building since 1968, now welcoming members and visitors at 753 33rd Avenue.