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About Whitehall

Whitehall is a city in Franklin County, Ohio, with a population of 19,201 according to the 2000 U.S. Census. A suburb southeast of Columbus, housing the Defense Supply Center of Columbus and the Port Columbus International Airport, Whitehall is an enclave of Columbus served by ZIP code 43213 and area code 614.

Known as “The City of Pride,” Whitehall is a wonderful place to live and work.

Let us make your home in Whitehall a place you’re proud to call yours. We offer a complete range of cleaning services, residential and commercial, including housekeeping, maid service, and office cleaning.

Whitehall News

Pickerington moves July Fourth fireworks to July 3. Pickerington officials plan to change the date of the city's Independence Day fireworks show in 2019, with hopes of making the event safer and more family friendly. Mayor Lee Gray said Oct. 4 that city officials have agreed with an administrative recommendation to move the community's July Fourth fireworks display to July 3, aligning it with Columbus' Red, White & Boom! and similar celebrations held in Reynoldsburg and Whitehall. This Week Community News, Oct 4 2018 5:16 PM.

Mike DeWine, Robert Sprague latest to oppose Issue 1 drug crime amendment. Issue 1 would instead make drug offenses the equivalent of speeding tickets and would give "the Mexican drug cartels a road map straight into our neighborhoods," Mike DeWine said. DeWine, the Ohio attorney general and gubernatorial hopeful, and state Rep. Robert Sprague, the GOP state treasurer nominee, are the latest Republicans to publicly oppose the constitutional amendment, which is on the Nov. 6 ballot. Cleveland.com, Sep 10 2018 2:54 PM.

Whitehall Way Back When

The origins of Whitehall date back to 1858, when Robert Brotherton of White Hall England purchased 156 acres of land between Alum Creek and Big Walnut Creek. Part of the land was the site of Ye Olde Whitehall Tavern, from which Whitehall draws it’s name.

In 1947, the community had grown large enough to be incorporated as a village. The post World War II housing boom led to Whitehall becoming the fastest growing city in the nation, booming from 4,077 in 1950 to 20,818 in 1960.