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From a Reynoldsburg Customer…

I’m just as pleased today with the cleaning as I was fifteen years ago when they started.

— 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

Firefighters rescue 15-year-old boy from burning Reynoldsburg apartment. Firefighters rescued a 15-year-old boy from the second floor of a burning apartment unit in Reynoldsburg on Sunday night. The Truro Township Fire Department was called just before 7 p.m. to the apartment in the 6500 block of East Livingston Avenue. The Columbus Dispatch, Dec 10 2018 9:32 AM.

Cheryl & Co. suing Cheryl Krueger over new Short North cookie venture. Confused? Westerville-based Cheryl & Co. has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Columbus against Krueger, who co-founded the business in 1981 as Cheryl's Cookies. Business Journal, Dec 5 2018 3:10 AM.

LIA discuss next steps. During the month of November, the Lake Improvement Association took a trip to Reynoldsburg where some members spoke in front of a panel of officials with the Ohio Department of Agriculture about the proposed rule changes for distressed watersheds. The proposed changes include the removal of the winter manure ban, something that was put in place, according to LIA President Nick Rentz, because it was easy to enforce. The Evening Leader, Dec 2 2018 9:38 PM.

Homeport breaks ground on affordable housing project in Reynoldsburg. Homeport, the nonprofit affordable-housing organization, recently broke ground on Blacklick Crossing, a 30-unit apartment building across the street from Blacklick Woods Metro Park. "Affordability is not just a city issue; it hits the suburbs, too," Homeport CEO Bruce Luecke said. The Columbus Dispatch, Dec 1 2018 7:04 AM.

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.