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— Andrew Eichstaedt, Reynoldsburg, Ohio

Reynoldsburg Overview

Reynoldsburg, approximate 2009 population 34,000, area 10.6 sq mi, is a city in Franklin County, Fairfield County, and Licking County, Ohio. Reynoldsburg falls within ZIP code 43068 and area code 614.

On the outskirts of Columbus, east of Whitehall, south of Blacklick, west of Pataskala, and north of Pickerington, Reynoldsburg is conveniently located. Situated near I-70 and I-270, Reynoldsburg is a short drive to anywhere within central Ohio. A home in Reynoldsburg combines quick access to big-city conveniences with life in a clean, pleasant place brimming with small-town friendly faces.

What could be nicer than coming home to your house in Reynoldsburg? Coming back knowing that your house will be clean, of course! Call Maid to Mop at 614-764-6900 for a quote. We’re here to provide for all the cleaning you need, from occasional light housekeeping to monthly, weekly, bi-weekly, or daily maid service to one-time heavy-duty construction or move-out cleaning.

Reynoldsburg News

Knowledge is power when choosing 'right' medical facility. How do residents benefit from expansions in medical services and facilities? Do the changes affect the level, quality or cost of medical care patients receive? How can residents know which facility best meets their needs? Numerous standalone emergency departments, urgent-care facilities, small clinics and mini hospitals have sprung up around the region in the past decade, joining more than a dozen traditional hospitals in proximity to Columbus, as well as the primary-care physicians who maintain practices here. Reynoldsburg, for example, is home to satellite facilities affiliated with all three of central Ohio's largest health-care providers: Mount Carmel Health System, Nationwide and OhioHealth. This Week Community News, Nov 20 2017 6:08 PM.

Baldwin Road principal placed on paid leave. Reynoldsburg school district officials confirmed Monday, Nov. 20, that Brian Coffey, principal at STEM Middle at Baldwin Road Junior High School, was placed on paid administrative leave Nov. 17. Superintendent Melvin Brown sent a letter to parents early Nov. 17 that said an administrator at the school had been "placed on paid administrative leave while the district investigates an issue that is not related to student safety, security or supervision." "It was principal Brian Coffey who was placed on leave," Brown said. This Week Community News, Nov 20 2017 1:29 PM.

East Liverpool Police Reports. While on patrol Sunday afternoon, an officer was flagged down by a resident of Woodland Hills housing complex complaining of drug trafficking in a specific apartment, based on a high volume of vehicular and foot traffic to and from the residence. He was also notified later in the shift by the dispatcher that traffic at the apartment had picked up, and assisted by St. Clair Township Police officers, conducted a at the apartment. The Review, Nov 13 2017 11:47 PM.

Man gets five years for sexual assault in Arena District. Yontan T. Araya pleaded guilty to sexual battery and abduction in the New Year's Day 2014 attack. Franklin County Common Pleas Judge David Young sentenced him to five years in prison as part of a plea agreement. The Columbus Dispatch, Nov 13 2017 7:28 PM.

Fun Facts About Reynoldsburg

Reynoldsburg is known as “The Birthplace of the Tomato” because of the pioneering work by 19th century Reynoldsburg resident Alexander W. Livingston in development of the “Paragon Tomato,” the first tomato bred for commercial use. Reynoldsburg holds an annual Tomato Festival every August to celebrate its hugely importantly but little recognized contribution to our culinary culture.

Reynoldsburg’s high school team mascot is the Reynoldsburg Raider, a purple and gold clad pirate. Go Raiders!

Offices for the Ohio Department of Agriculture, the State Fire Marshal, and the Ohio Fire Academy are located in Reynoldsburg.

Reynoldsburg’s largest employer is Limited Brands, employing over 3,500 people. Subsidiary Bath & Body Works is headquartered in Reynoldsburg.