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As a resident of Columbus, 311 is your one stop shop for all non-emergency City services.
Make a payment to the City of Columbus.
Trash collection for the City of Columbus is managed by the Department of Public Service, Division of Refuse Collection. The City collects trash from more than 340,000 households using trucks with mechanical arms to pick up and empty collection containers.
Providing reliable water, sewer, stormwater, city power, streetlighting and sustainability services to the Columbus metro area.
The Columbus Department of Public Service provides a variety of essential services that maintain and improve the traveling safety and quality of life for Columbus residents, as well as supports the growth and economic development of the city.
The department is charged with assuring conditions in which people can be healthy. Columbus Public Health is made up of a range of programs providing clinical, environmental, health promotion, and population-based services.
The Department of Public Safety manages the operations for the divisions of Fire, Police and Support Services. The Support Services division is made up of three sections: Communications, License and Weights & Measures.
A variety of assistance programs for homeowners and renters, utilities, and food and financial stability.