Districts

Columbus, Ohio does not have one set of defined neighborhoods making their areas difficult to define and map. Neighborhoods often overlap and vary in size. Many of Columbus’s larger neighborhoods integrate smaller neighborhoods. Additionally, modern interpretations of neighborhood borders vary significantly as historical neighborhoods, villages, towns and townships have been annexed and absorbed by the city of Columbus. Columbus has defined Area Commissions, but these are larger than most well-known neighborhoods.

Much information can be found at ColumbusNeighborhoods.org. Additional resources here on Columbus districts and neighborhoods include:

  • Historic Districts in Columbus Neighborhoods (go to…)
  • Franklinton Past and Present (go to…)


The map below provides information on the complex neighborhoods of Columbus.


A story map application for Columbus’ Franklinton neighborhood (shown below) was created by the City of Columbus.

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