Albany Park is a home owners association comprised of 188 homes located in north east corner of Columbus. We are on the western edge of New Albany; south of Dublin-Granville Road, east of Hamilton Road and are just minutes from I-270, I-670 and Easton Town Center.

The community was developed by Dominion homes in the 1990s into the early 2000’s and the HOA board was developed after Dominion turned-over management of the association to the home owners. While we are a relatively isolated community with only one entrance, we are connected via a walking path to Thompson Park which has 59 acres offering tennis and basketball courts, walking trails, a playground, and full-size athletic fields.

Roger Davidson, Representing Albany Park Home Owners Association
Roger Davidson serves as the Albany Park HOA representative to the Northland Community Council, as well as the NCC Development Committee. He also serves as an Albany Park HOA Trustee as President.  He has spent more than the last 25 years in the technical software support and project management fields after his honorable discharge as a Staff Sergeant from the United States Marine Corps in 1993. He served for 6 years of active duty and was involved in both Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm, the first Iraqi war. He has a Bachelor of Science degree with an Accounting Major from the Northwest Missouri State University and was born and raised on a small farm in south west Iowa. He and his wife have a total of 8 kids and currently 10 grandkids located in 4 states and overseas. Accordingly, they spend most of their vacation time with family both near and far.