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Check out the latest news related to Silicon Heartland, including additions to the New Albany International Business Park and updates on the Intel manufacturing facility.
A Public Safety Message

As construction-related traffic increases in New Albany, our officers remain committed to the safety of our residents, visitors, and those working in this community. The New Albany Police Department has enhanced officer traffic enforcement in the New Albany International Business Park to address community concerns. We expect to continue to monitor traffic and enforce laws in the area as the construction activity continues.

We thank residents in the area for their cooperation in maintaining a safe environment. We ask that they continue to be patient, to expect occasional traffic delays, and to keep up with the frequent changes in traffic patterns and work zones. It is also more important than ever for motorists to have their full attention on the task of driving, particularly in construction zones. Construction workers near the road on foot and driving equipment are especially vulnerable in the event of an accident. Please obey the speed limit and follow the direction of traffic advisory signage.

We are proud to serve this community and will continue to take a proactive approach to ensuring the safety of all those who live, work, and play in New Albany.

News Release
Ohio to Lead Semiconductor Supply Chain Consortium Proposal

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted announced today that the state is partnering with Intel, JobsOhio, and the Ohio Grants Alliance to formalize a semiconductor supply chain consortium in Ohio’s Silicon Heartland. The creation of the Silicon Heartland Supplier Consortium will better position Ohio to become one of two new semiconductor clusters in the United States and help current and prospective Ohio suppliers compete for new federal grant funding for semiconductor materials and manufacturing equipment.

“Ohio is committed to ensuring the success of the Silicon Heartland,” said Governor DeWine. “Bringing together industry partners to onshore this critical industry is key to strengthening our national security, spurring future innovation, and making our economy more resilient.”

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In the News
With Ohio state grants in hand, Intel waiting to hear about federal money
Intel has submitted an application for CHIPS funding, and more than a dozen members of Congress from Ohio are now urging the federal government to select Intel as part of the program.
Ohio congressional delegation urges state selection for federal CHIPS Act money
Ohio's congressional delegation is urging the Commerce Department to pick Intel and the state as a semiconductor cluster that could receive billions of dollars under the federal CHIPS Act.
New Albany lands another $3.25B in data center projects from Edged Energy, QTS
New Albany is set to land more data centers, adding to the ever-growing fleet of companies making such investments in the city.
Intel partners with Central State University on new degree ahead of Central Ohio investment
Central State's new minor in computer hardware technology was created in collaboration with Intel and designed to train skilled workers for the microelectronics and semiconductor industry.
Intel in Lead to Get Billions for Secure Defense-Chip Facilities
Intel is a leading candidate to potentially receive billions of dollars from the federal government's CHIPS Act for secure facilities that would produce semiconductors exclusively for military and intelligence applications.
Microsoft pays $30 million for nearly 300 acres in Licking County
Microsoft has bought 289 acres on Refugee Road in Pataskala, as tech companies look beyond New Albany for data center sites in Licking County.
Ohio educators use existing programming to prepare burgeoning semiconductor industry
Intel's investment in Central Ohio is creating demand for a robust supply of workers, but local leaders say years of experience have positioned them well to meet that challenges.
With $20 billion from Intel, Ohio in mix to become US semiconductor manufacturing cluster
Ohio is in the running to become one of two semiconductor manufacturing clusters being developed as part of the federal CHIPS Act.
The Punch List: Development surrounding Intel Corp.’s future New Albany campus is booming
The area surrounding the New Albany site is already attracting a bevy of development to support the tech giant's massive investment.
One of Central Ohio’s fastest-growing companies to begin construction on new industrial development near Intel site
LeVeck Commercial Construction & Development is developing Edge Industrial Park on Worthington Road.
Intel’s planned New Albany semiconductor campus already attracting potential suppliers
Companies site the growth of Central Ohio's semiconductor industry as a big reason to launch a project in the region.
See where Ohio plans to spend additional $90 million to improve roads around Intel
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced that the state will invest $90 million for transportation improvements in the area surrounding Intel’s future campus.