North Village Homeowner’s Association is a community comprised of 613 homes in New Albany, part of The Preserve. The community was developed by M/I Schottenstein Homes in 1999 into the early 2000’s and was established to be an active community, designed with trails through the woods and an open-space park at the front of the neighborhood.
With entrances to the community off N. Hamilton Rd. and Thompson Rd., it’s a neighborhood conveniently located for shopping and restaurants.

Adrienne Bogacz, representing the North Village Association
Adrienne Bogacz serves as a representative from North Village to Northland Community Council. She and her family have lived in the North Village Preserve neighborhood since 2017, and she proposed that North Village join the NCC so that her neighbors could learn more about and become more involved in development and policy decisions affecting the community. Adrienne grew up in Pataskala, and aside from brief stints in Indiana and Wisconsin, she is a lifelong resident of the Columbus area. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame and her master’s degree in health management and policy from The Ohio State University, where she works in health care IT and communications. Aside from these responsibilities, Adrienne is interested in community organizing for affordable housing and child care access.