columbus, ohio, located in central ohio, is the 15th largest city in the united states. the population of columbus, ohio in 2002 was 725,000 residents. greater columbus is home to about 1.6 million community members. some key columbus, ohio points of interest and community resources are the arena district, german village, the columbus zoo, the north market, cosi, the wexner center for the arts, six flags wyandot lake park, easton town center and the short north district. columbus is also home to the ohio state university, the osu medical center and the columbus regional airport authority including port columbus international airport.
the columbus, ohio sports teams include the columbus blue jackets of the nhl, the columbus crew soccer team, the columbus clippers aaa baseball team and of course, the ohio state buckeyes of big ten football. last but certainly not least, columbus is home to 14 skyline chili restaurants.
[ columbus ohio – websites of reference ]
a web site to get current information and columbus, ohio data is the columbus dot org website. it has a wide range of columbus points of interest to the long-timebresident and the new visitor as well. up-to-date news about columbus, ohio current events, community information and local sports team scores are all to be found there. the dispatch newspaper internet site is home of the biggest local columbus news publisher of central ohio. it carries daily articles about local political drama, neighborhood activities, sporting events and columbus weather. it is available in a home-delivered format too. the official city of columbus website offers information and demographic data about columbus and surrounding suburban areas like dublin, upper arlington, bexley, worthington, westerville and new albany. a wide spectrum of useful resources about columbus including city council, commercial development, local schools and even leaf collection schedules can be found here.