Columbus Neighborhoods producers will spend the day collecting your photos, film and listening to your experiences living in the neighborhood for possible use in our upcoming documentary, Columbus Neighborhoods: The Tri-Villages.
The city of Upper Arlington began its life like so many suburbs. It was a large tract of farmland owned by the Miller family. Brothers Ben and King Thompson purchased 840 acres of the farmland to get The Upper Arlington Company underway in 1913. According to the book History of Upper Arlington by the History […]
A view looking west along Fifth Avenue captures the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Marble Cliff Station on the left-hand side of the street. The present-day entry to Upper Arlington’s First Community Village is located at the extreme right of the photograph in front of the railroad tracks, a horse-drawn carriage can be seen on the other side […]
The City of Upper Arlington borders The Ohio State University’s Agriculture Research Center – aka the big farm in the city. Having a resource like this adjoining your community is fantastic. Along with the many parks in Upper Arlington this is one more opportunity for families to experience nature (and farming) while enjoying all of […]