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Columbus Demographics

The population of Columbus is estimated at 754,885
There are approximately 301,534 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $47,391
People who live in Columbus have a 614 area code (Find any phone number in Columbus here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Columbus

Beverly D'Angelo, Randy Savage, James "Buster" Douglas, Jack Nicklaus, Dwight Y oakam, R. L. Stine

Columbus History - Important Notes

The name of the city was chosen to honor Christopher Columbus.

The city is home to one of the largest Confederate cemeteries in the northern U.S., many of whom spent time as POW’s at Camp Chase. Columbus also served as a major military base for the Union Army.

Although Columbus was known for having a large variety of industrial sites, it was often referred to as the "Buggy Capital of the World" because the city contained more than 20 buggy factories.

Clarence and Charles Hoover started the “Columbus Experiment” in 1908—the creation of the world's first water filtration and softening plant.

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Things to do in Columbus

Cheer for the local sports teams: The Blue Jackets (Hockey), and the Clippers (Baseball)
Spend some time at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
Shop, dine and stroll at the historical German Village.
Have a great time learning at the Center of Science and Industry.
Get close to nature at The Wilds.

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Columbus

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Business:

Port Columbus Intl Airport
Columbus Visitor Center
Nationwide Arena
Cooper Stadium
Le Veque Towers
Ohio State University
Columbus Motor Speedway
Battelle Riverfront Park
Muirfield Village Golf Club
Ohio Statehouse

Address:

4600 International Gtwy, Columbus, OH 43219
277 W Nationwide Blvd, Ste 125, Columbus, OH 43215
200 W Nationwide Blvd, Columbus, OH 43215
1155 W Mound St, Columbus, OH 43223
50 W Broad St, #200, Columbus, OH 43215
1492 E Broad St, Columbus, OH 43205
1845 Williams Rd, Columbus, OH 43207
25 Marconi Blvd, Columbus, OH 43215
5750 Memorial Dr, Columbus, OH 43017
E Broad St & S High St, Columbus, OH 43215

Phone Number:

614-239-4083
614-221-6623
614-246-2000
614-462-5250
614-224-9161
614-257-3000
614-491-1047
614-645-3300
614-889-6700
614-224-9090

About Columbus

The history of Columbus dates back to 1812, but it wasn’t officially incorporated as a town until 1816. The town was planned and built specifically to be the state capital, and it was the third location to enjoy that distinction. By 1824 Columbus had also become the county seat for Franklin County, and the population began to increase dramatically. Within ten years there were enough people living in Columbus to allow it to be designated as a city.

The early growth of Columbus is largely attributed to its close proximity to waterways, railroads, interstate roads and other large transportation routes. This central location also led to another major growth spurt for the city during the American Industrial Revolution.