All About Central Ohio
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Arts and Culture Center – Founded as a village over a hundred years ago, the City of Bexley is an old, tree-lined suburb of Columbus, the Ohio state capital, situated on the banks of Alum Creek next to Driving Park and Wolfe Park, just east of the Franklin Park Conservatory.
Beautiful Scenery – Canal Winchester is a scenic community with an historic downtown. Among its points of interest includes the only standing wooden covered bridge in Franklin County.
Smallest Big City in America – Ohio’s capitol offers politics, arts, sports, shopping and so much more. It ranks has a top business city, with some of the best and brightest companies from every industry imaginable.
Top Rated Attractions – From golf afficonados to animal lovers to the Irish, Dublin has many attractions including a world-famous golf course, zoo and Irish festival.
Voted a Best Place to Live – Gahanna offers award winning events, the unique Creekside shopping and dining district, “Herbal Trail” health and wellness experiences, culinary adventures, a vibrant entertainment district and so much more.
The Smallest Big Town – Grove City is a town where everyone seems to know everyone. With easy access to Columbus and many real estate options, this suburb is a convenient place to live in Central Ohio.
Bustling Business Hub – Groveport is home to the headquarters of a number of large companies, including Air Tahoma and Staber Industries. Other organizations with significant operations include Amazon.com, Gap, Inc., Eddie Bauer, Spiegel Brands, American Electric Power and VistaPrint.
Tight-Knit Community – Home to the Franklin County fair, this community stands behind their schools and sports. With plenty of parks, pools, fields and recreation, Hilliard is an active and growing city.
America’s Best Suburb – Business Insider calls it “America’s Best Suburb.” New Albany earned the title due to its proximity to the nearest metropolitan area, average commute times, median household income, crime rates and public school ratings.
A rural feel and 21stcentury look – A family-friendly city where many live and work, Pickerington is a great place to live. Pickerington offers many amenities, dining and entertainment to suit everyone’s style.
A City of Festivals – Known as “The Birthplace of the Tomato,” Reynoldsburg is known for their rich history. In the 19th century the first tomato was bred for commercial use right in Reynoldsburg. Reynoldsburg hosts a variety of festivals throughout the year, has many dining options and other amenities to keep residents busy year-round.
Charm and Affluence – Near Columbus, the Columbus Airport and all major highways, Upper Arlington is alive with culture and history and a little something for everyone. Dining and different amenities will suit every taste and style for all residents of Upper Arlington.
Country Beauty – West Jefferson is a small village made up of a little more than 4,000 residents. Located in Madison County, this small town still boasts plenty of dining options, amenities and nearby entertainment. Community sports and community events are a great way the residents of West Jefferson get involved with their village.
Safe. Pretty. And Fun. – Described as “Safe. Pretty. And Fun.,” Westerville prides itself on safety, beauty and a good time. From 170 firefighters, police officers and dispatchers and homes built in the 1800’s to community fun, Westerville is a great place to live and an even better place to raise a family.
Shopping Hot Spot – A northern suburb of Columbus and home to more than 13,000 people, Worthington is one of the Midwest’s first planned communities. Original buildings and churches still cover Worthington today and offer attractions, amenities and dining while still having a small-town feel.
Bexley photo by LE Morgan
Dublin photo by Analogue Kid
Galloway photo by Miriam Poling
Grove City photo by Doris Rapp
Groveport photo by ddsiple
Hilliard photo by Justin Ocean
Orient photo by Don O’Brien
Pickerington photo by Tillman Bauknight II<a/a>
New Albany photo by Ryan
Reynoldsburg photo by Don O’Brien
Upper Arlington photo by Eric Fredericks
West Jefferson Photo by Rich
Westerville photo by Angela Leezer
Worthington photo by marada