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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.

What could be more pleasant after a long day than coming home to your house in Bexley? Perhaps only coming home to a spotless house, cleaning done, ready for you to relax. You’re busy. Your time is precious. We’re happy to help with the housekeeping so that you and your loved ones can spend more time enjoying the wonderful opportunities for living that Bexley has to offer.

Bexley News

Stephan Stover and Richard Terapak celebrate 35 years in the kitchen. Stephan Stover and Richard Terapak's cooking classes are a combination of culinary instruction, freewheeling dinner party and vaudeville routine - and they've been packing them in for decades. Ask anyone to describe the pair's teaching technique and their humor will, no doubt, be their first quality mentioned. The Columbus Dispatch, May 16 2017 9:54 AM.

Protesters speak out against police killings, racial injustice. Adrienne Hood clapped along with the crowd as she stood beneath a cardboard poster bearing her son's name in bright teal paint. It's been nearly a year since Hood's son, Henry Green, 23, was shot and killed in a confrontation with two plainclothes Columbus police officers in South Linden, and the need for police reform and accountability from elected officials hasn't gone away, she said. The Columbus Dispatch, May 6 2017 10:02 PM.

Garage sale season kicks into gear. There is deer season, grilling season, the holiday season and, starting around the first weekend of May, garage and yard sale season. As the sun lit the dew on lawns across Bexley and Merion Village, and far into the suburbs along many a subdivision, folks staggered out of their homes Saturday. The Columbus Dispatch, May 6 2017 1:11 PM.

OSU students tell bike-rental stations where to go. A group of graduate and undergraduate students in the city and regional planning program of Ohio State University's Knowlton School of Architecture last week offered their recommendations for expanding the CoGo bike-sharing system. Of the 27 potential sites for the bike-rental kiosks being funded under a nearly $1 million grant from the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, about half would be in Columbus, including one in Clintonville. This Week Community News, Apr 24 2017 5:19 PM.

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Stephan Stover and Richard Terapak celebrate 35 years in the kitchen. Stephan Stover and Richard Terapak's cooking classes are a combination of culinary instruction, freewheeling dinner party and vaudeville routine - and they've been packing them in for decades. Ask anyone to describe the pair's teaching technique and their humor will, no doubt, be their first quality mentioned. The Columbus Dispatch, May 16 2017 9:54 AM.

Protesters speak out against police killings, racial injustice. Adrienne Hood clapped along with the crowd as she stood beneath a cardboard poster bearing her son's name in bright teal paint. It's been nearly a year since Hood's son, Henry Green, 23, was shot and killed in a confrontation with two plainclothes Columbus police officers in South Linden, and the need for police reform and accountability from elected officials hasn't gone away, she... The Columbus Dispatch, May 6 2017 10:02 PM.

Garage sale season kicks into gear. There is deer season, grilling season, the holiday season and, starting around the first weekend of May, garage and yard sale season. As the sun lit the dew on lawns across Bexley and Merion Village, and far into the suburbs along many a subdivision, folks staggered out of their homes Saturday. The Columbus Dispatch, May 6 2017 1:11 PM.

OSU students tell bike-rental stations where to go. A group of graduate and undergraduate students in the city and regional planning program of Ohio State University's Knowlton School of Architecture last week offered their recommendations for expanding the CoGo bike-sharing system. Of the 27 potential sites for the bike-rental kiosks being funded under a nearly $1 million grant from the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, about half would b... This Week Community News, Apr 24 2017 5:19 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.