Situated just east of Columbus, Reynoldsburg is a lovely residential city with much in store for both residents and visitors. Known as The Birthplace of the Tomato, this community is home to an annual tomato festival attracting thousands of visitors every August.
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Reynoldsburg hosts a collection of well-maintained neighborhoods with tree-lined streets, paved sidewalks and beautiful landscaping. There are a variety of homes for sale in Reynoldsburg, ranging from starter homes to grand estates situated on large lots. With a mix of both historic homes and new construction properties, there are plenty of housing options in this residential city. Browse the newest real estate listings in Reynoldsburg, OH.
The majority of students in Reynoldsburg attend the Reynoldsburg City School District, which operates six elementary schools, two middle schools, two junior high schools, and one high school. There are a number of private schools in the region, providing plenty of options for residents. While there are no major institutions of higher learning in town, residents may access colleges and universities in nearby Columbus, including The Ohio State University, Columbus State Community College, Capital University, Franklin University, and more. Find homes in Reynoldsburg by school district.
Reynoldsburg is a charming city situated in Franklin, Fairfield and Licking counties in Central Ohio. It is located approximately 12 miles east of Columbus and is considered a suburb of the city. Reynoldsburg is situated in the center of the state and is accessible to major interstates, including I-70 and I-270. The John Glenn Columbus International Airport is approximately 10 miles from town, making air travel convenient for residents.
Reynoldsburg is thought to be the location of the first tomato bred for commercial use. The city’s heritage is celebrated at the annual Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival, featuring tomato-centric cuisine, a tomato judging contest, a pageant with a reigning queen and princess, a parade, entertainment, a car show, an animal exhibit, games, and more. Other community events include the August Taste of Reynoldsburg, the Mount Carmel Fitness Challenge, Christmas on the Towne in Old Reynoldsburg, and more.
The city’s park and recreation department operate and maintains more than 275 acres of parkland, including nine major parks offering walking trails, playgrounds, sports fields and courts, bike paths, picnic areas, community garden space, and more. Blacklick Woods Metro Park is a 643-acre park with a golf course, several multi-purpose trails, one of the oldest beech-maple forests in Central Ohio, a winter sledding hill, and a nature center and preserve.
Reynoldsburg is also home to the headquarters for companies including Limited Brands Logistic Services, Victoria’s Secret, Bath and Body Works and more. The city is home to the Ohio Department of Agriculture, the Ohio Fire Academy, and the State Fire Marshal’s offices.
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