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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

Contributing to the craft. For many decades, Dorothea "Dotti" Lipetz created art in a studio spread over several rooms in her Upper Arlington split-level. Now some of her tools and supplies will be used by students at the Columbus College of Art & Design. The Columbus Dispatch, Jul 20 2017 3:34 AM.

Woman gets three years in prison for frienda s fatal overdose. A Northwest Side woman insisted on Wednesday that she was trying to help a friend deal with withdrawal symptoms when she provided him with heroin that caused a fatal overdose. "In my own screwed up way, I was trying to help him," Sara R. Sanderson told a Franklin County judge. The Columbus Dispatch, Jul 12 2017 4:45 PM.

Neighbors to challenge UA councila s hotel, restaurant rezoning. Upper Arlington officials could have another fight on their hands after approving a rezoning to allow a restaurant and the city's second hotel on West Lane Avenue. Moments after Upper Arlington City Council voted 5-2 on July 5 to rezone five properties on Westmont Boulevard to allow Shanghai Enterprises to build a parking garage and surface parking for a J. Liu restaurant and a Home2 Suites by Hilton at 1640 W. Lane Ave, a group of residents said they intend to fight it on the November 2018 ballot. This Week Community News, Jul 6 2017 4:11 PM.

Generations of families continue a Spirit of a 76a tradition at UA parade Updated at. During the Fourth of July parade Tuesday in Upper Arlington, Jimmy Long will carry a drum and 80 years of family tradition. Long and three other men will make up "The Spirit of '76," a re-enactment of a painting depicting musicians on a Revolutionary War battlefield - and the group that has kicked off the city's parade since the event's inception in 1935. The Columbus Dispatch, Jul 3 2017 5:37 AM.

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.