Westerville’s heritage dating back to 1809, natural beauty, and careful planning make it a special place to call home. Located in the northeast corner of Ohio’s fastest growing region, Westerville is a vital city of 37,000 residents, and a leader in job creation.
Westerville is 10 miles from the airport and the state capital of Columbus. The parks and recreational facilities, including the Community Center, Senior Center, Everal Barn & Homestead, Highlands Park Aquatic Facility, almost 30 miles of bike paths and nearly 600 acres of parkland, garner state and national recognition for providing great service to the community. In 2001, the Westerville Parks & Recreation Department received a national gold medal for its service excellence and the Westerville Community Center opened to the public. Residents consider the city’s charm and its historic Uptown District to be among their favorite community attributes. Money Magazine has twice recognized Westerville as one of America’s “Best Places to Live.”
Mount Carmel St. Ann’s Hospital is central Ohio’s first planned suburban hospital. The Brooksedge and Eastwind areas are prominent business developments in Central Ohio, along with the Westerville Commerce Center, Uptown District, Westar Center of Business, and other Westerville business districts. Reliable City programs and services, including municipal utilities and excellent public safety resources, keep Westerville safe and beautiful. The excellent rated Westerville City School District’s estimated student enrollment is about 14,000, with three high schools among more than twenty total schools in the district.