Reynoldsburg, OH is a city of more than 35,000 people located within the Columbus, Ohio metropolitan area. Reynoldsburg is a mid-size city, with modern amenities mixed in with old-fashioned values and architecture. Measuring less than 12 square miles, Reynoldsburg has plenty of residential areas for current inhabitants as well as prospective ones, and plentiful points on interest.
Among those points of interest is the Alexander W. Livingston House, which was built in 1864 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The home now functions as a local museum and tourism destination for residents and visitors of Reynoldsburg, as it has been restored, rebuilt, and furnished with period-appropriate objects and furnishings. Guests can also tour the grounds of the home, which contains paved walkways, landscaped gardens, and playground equipment. Green space abounds in Reynoldsburg, with Civic Park, JF Kennedy Park, and Pine Quarry Park, just to name a few. The largest of Reynoldburg’s parks is Blacklick Woods Metro Park, which contains open play areas, meadows, visible and active wildlife, and a nature center. Adjacent to the Blacklick Woods Metro Park is the 72-par Blacklick Woods Golf Course, so residents can hit the links after attending one of the town’s many festivals, such as the annual Tomato Festival.
A mixed workforce of both white-collar and blue-collar jobs helps contribute to the diverse economic dispersion in the area. Many well-known companies are among the top employers in the city, such as Bath and Body Works, Kroger, Lowe’s, Victoria’s Secret, and Limited Brands. The Reynoldsburg School District is also a top employer in the city, utilizing over 800 citizens within the two high schools, two middle schools, and six elementary schools. These companies and businesses help contribute to the stable economy of Reynoldsburg. That stable economy combined with the relatively low unemployment rate makes this town an attractive option for individuals looking for a place to settle down and call their own.