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About Upper Arlington

Upper Arlington, 2010 population 31,244, area 9.8 sq mi, is a city in Franklin County, Ohio. The Scioto River borders on the west, with Columbus on the north and east, and Marble Cliff and Grandview Heights on the south. Upper Arlington is comprised of ZIP codes 43212, 43220, and 43221, and uses area code 614.

Upper Arlington News

SourcePoint hires new director of community programs. SourcePoint announces the hiring of Amy Schossler as director of community programs for the nonprofit organization. The Delaware Gazette, Oct 16 2018 5:24 AM.

Woman whose body was found burning in Upper Arlington park identified. Upper Arlington police on Monday identified the woman whose body was found burning Sunday near a walking trail in Burbank Park. Bobbie Renee Simpson, 23, was not a resident of Upper Arlington, Upper Arlington police community relations Officer Bryan J. McKean said in a news release Monday. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct 15 2018 6:23 PM.

Police: Body found under suspicious circumstances in park. Police say a body has been found in a park in Ohio under what authorities believe to be suspicious circumstances. TheCourier.com, Oct 14 2018 2:11 PM.

Metro Parks would use 10-year replacement levy to add new parks, trails. Franklin County voters will decide on a 10-year, 0.95-mill replacement levy on the general election ballot that would give Metro Parks the money to build new parks and expand its trails. If approved, the tax would cost the owner of a $100,000 house $33.25 a year beginning in 2020. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct 11 2018 5:12 PM.

Upper Arlington Origins

Upper Arlington was founded by brothers King and Ben Thompson, who in 1913 purchased the 840 acres of farmland that was to become Upper Arlington.

Originally intended as a residential community to be named the “Country Club District,” the area became known as Upper Arlington after Arlington, its neighbor to the south presently called Marble Cliff.

A Garden City-style plan provided by prominent landscape architect William Pitkin Jr., laid out tree-lined streets following the contours of the land. Development was paused briefly in 1916 when the National Guard used the area as a training camp, but soon resumed.

In 1918, Upper Arlington was incorporated as a village, population 200. The Mallway business district, built in the 1920s, added office and retail space along Arlington Avenue.

The village became a city in 1941 and grew in population as it annexed surrounding land, mostly through the late 1940s to 1960.