Maid to Mop has been cleaning central Ohio homes and businesses since 1993, with some of our very first customers located in Westerville. A Columbus owned and operated business, we're nearby and ready to help with our Westerville customers’ needs.

What a Westerville Customer Has to Say

I am a busy single mom and I don’t have time to clean, but now I don’t have to. I love their work.

— Ann Floyd, Westerville, Ohio

Fun Facts

  • Ohio Governor John Kasich is a Westerville resident.
  • Sports Illustrated named Westerville “Sportstown Ohio” as part of the magazine’s 50th anniversary.
  • Cheryl’s Cookies (now Cheryl & Co.) was founded in Westerville in 1981 and is still headquartered there today.
  • Athletes who were residents of Westerville include Ki-Jana Carter, 1995 #1 NFL draft pick with the Cincinnati Bengals; Andy Katzenmoyer, former New England Patriot and OSU Buckeye linebacker who now owns LIFT Personal Training in Westerville; Bob Kennedy, Olympic distance runner in 1992 and 1996; Dan O’Brien, Cincinnati Reds General Manager; and Lance Moore, New Orleans Saints wide receiver.
  • Central High School is both further north than North High School and outside the city limits.
  • Television series Glee’s Dalton Academy is fictionally located in Westerville.

Westerville at a Glance

Westerville, Ohio, 2010 population 35,613, area 12.4 sq mi, is an Ohio city in Franklin and Delaware counties. Only sixteen miles from downtown Columbus, Westerville provides a quiet suburban lifestyle a short drive away from the resources of a big city, and was ranked number fifteen on Money Magzine’s Top 100 Best Places to Live in 2009. Westerville is comprised of ZIP codes 43081, 43082, and 43086, and uses area code 614.

Westerville News

Future of water and hydrogeologic investigations focal points of 2018 McEllhiney lectures. Looking at the disparity between water data and how water sources are developed is one of the topics being offered to selected hosts during the 2018 William A. McEllhiney Distinguished Lecture Series in Water Well Technology. A second presentation deals with how collecting high-density electrical data allowing for new advancements in hydrogeology illustrates that significant changes to groundwater resource development have arrived. Water Well Journal, Jul 20 2017 6:56 AM.

Two Olentangy Liberty students killed in crash. Two rising seniors at Olentangy Liberty High School were killed Monday morning in a two-vehicle crash on a Delaware County road. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Gavin D. Schlotterbeck, 17, of Powell, was driving north on Africa Road just south of Summerwood Crossing near Alum Creek State Park when his Toyota Camry went off the right side of the road. The Columbus Dispatch, Jul 18 2017 4:16 AM.

More Ohio 3rd graders could be held back after reading test changes Updated at. Several urban school districts, including Columbus City Schools, say changes in scoring on the state's reading tests might have left hundreds, or even thousands, of students at risk of being held back in August. District administrators came before the State Board of Education on Tuesday to publicly ask for help. The Columbus Dispatch, Jul 13 2017 6:03 AM.

Delaware County Notebook. Jazz At The Amp continuesJazz at the Amp, a free jazz series, runs Saturdays in July and August in the Westerville Amphitheater, Alum Creek Park, 221 W. Main St., Westerville. The Delaware Gazette, Jul 12 2017 3:09 PM.

Some Westerville History

First settled around 1819, Westerville is named for the Westervelt family, who in 1836 donated land for the construction of a Methodist church. Westerville was incorporated in 1858 with a population of 275.

Before the Civil War, several homes in Westerville were stops on the Underground Railroad, including the historic Hanby House, one block from Otterbein University. Involved in the Underground Railroad while still a student there, Hanby went on to become a minister and composer who penned, among others, the Christmas song “Up on the Housetop.”

Westerville was once known as the “Dry Capital of the World.” Sale of alcohol in Westerville was banned by town ordinance in 1859. By the 1870’s, the so-called “Westville Whiskey Wars” broke out, with anti-temperance forces blowing up saloons in 1875 and 1879. Given Westerville’s nationwide reputation for temperance, the Anti-Saloon League relocated national headquarters in Westerville in 1909. In support of the Eighteenth Amendment, ratified in 1920, so many pamphlets were mailed from Westerville—40 tons each month—that Westerville was the smallest town in the USA to have a first class post office.