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Bexley Overview

Bexley, 2010 census population 13,057, area 2.4 sq mi, is a city in Franklin County, Ohio. Bexley falls within ZIP code 43209 and area code 614.

An enclave of Columbus, along with Minerva Park, Whitehall, Worthington, Upper Arlington, and Valleyview, Bexley has been an Ohio city in its own right since New Year's Day, 1932.

A sparkling gem among Columbus neighborhoods, Bexley is one of the most desirable locations in the Greater Columbus area, known for its beautiful historic homes.

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Bexley News

CHAT project brings free produce to Prairie Township. Once a month, the Prairie Township Community Health Action Team helps turn Fire Station 241 into a free produce market for low-income families. Franklin County Public Health facilitates five CHATs -- one each in Bexley, Whitehall, Hilliard, Prairie Township and a southwest one that includes Grove City, Harrisburg and Jackson and Pleasant townships -- and is working to launch two more. This Week Community News, Oct 11 2018 9:00 PM.

Study: More pastors preach about abuse in #MeToo age but training lags. If the Catholic priest sex-abuse scandal has taught Americans anything, it's that "abuse and harassment don't end at the front door of the church." At least that's how Jenna Barnett described the findings of a new survey done by her social-justice group Sojourners and others on the attitudes and practices of Protestant pastors in addressing domestic and sexual violence from the pulpit. The Columbus Dispatch, Sep 23 2018 4:13 PM.

Vision guides Planet Oasis developer David Glimcher. The eldest son of Herb Glimcher, the local developer who built and operated malls across the country, he spent years in the family business before heading west to Arizona to strike out on his own with Glimcher Ventures Southwest. Glimcher is now back in central Ohio with a bang, ready to break ground on Planet Oasis, a $2 billion venue in Delaware County located next to Tanger Outlets Columbus. The Columbus Dispatch, Sep 23 2018 5:03 AM.

Columbus gets a oeFa on latest school report cards. The Columbus City Schools was one of 14 traditional school districts to receive the lowest grades in the state's latest report cards. For the first time, the reports released Thursday use an A-to-F scale to grade schools overall and on components such as achievement on state tests and graduation rates. WLVQ-FM Columbus, Sep 14 2018 3:32 PM.

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CHAT project brings free produce to Prairie Township. Once a month, the Prairie Township Community Health Action Team helps turn Fire Station 241 into a free produce market for low-income families. Franklin County Public Health facilitates five CHATs -- one each in Bexley, Whitehall, Hilliard, Prairie Township and a southwest one that includes Grove City, Harrisburg and Jackson and Pleasant townships -- and is working to launch two more. This Week Community News, Oct 11 2018 9:00 PM.

Study: More pastors preach about abuse in #MeToo age but training lags. If the Catholic priest sex-abuse scandal has taught Americans anything, it's that "abuse and harassment don't end at the front door of the church." At least that's how Jenna Barnett described the findings of a new survey done by her social-justice group Sojourners and others on the attitudes and practices of Protestant pastors in addressing domestic and... The Columbus Dispatch, Sep 23 2018 4:13 PM.

Vision guides Planet Oasis developer David Glimcher. The eldest son of Herb Glimcher, the local developer who built and operated malls across the country, he spent years in the family business before heading west to Arizona to strike out on his own with Glimcher Ventures Southwest. Glimcher is now back in central Ohio with a bang, ready to break ground on Planet Oasis, a $2 billion venue in Delaware County located next to Tanger Outlets Columbus. The Columbus Dispatch, Sep 23 2018 5:03 AM.

Columbus gets a oeFa on latest school report cards. The Columbus City Schools was one of 14 traditional school districts to receive the lowest grades in the state's latest report cards. For the first time, the reports released Thursday use an A-to-F scale to grade schools overall and on components such as achievement on state tests and graduation rates. WLVQ-FM Columbus, Sep 14 2018 3:32 PM.

Fun Facts About Bexley

In 1935, three years after Bexley became a city, William A. Schneider was elected Bexley's first mayor. He served in office for 32 years.

The Ohio Governor’s Mansion and the home of the president of The Ohio State University are both located in Bexley.

Former Ohio governor Ted Strickland and U.S Senator from Ohio George Voinovich have both been residents of Bexley.

Bexley is home to three institutions of higher learning: Capital University with Capital University Law School, founded in 1830 and affiliated with the Evengelical Lutheran Church in America; Trinity Lutheran Seminary, also founded in 1830 and also part of the ELCA; and Bexley Hall, an Episcopal seminary founded in 1823.