Welcome To Clintonville!
We’re a fiercely independent neighborhood known for being a family friendly urban oasis filled with coffee shops, bakeries and vintage stores. We love it here. We know you will too!
Conveniently located along Columbus’s High Street corridor just north of the Ohio State University campus, Clintonville boasts quiet city living with strong community ties. The neighborhood is home to about 30,000 people, and a variety of architectural styles including bungalows, Dutch Colonials, 4-squares, Sears and Roebuck kit homes, Larcombs and several Lustron homes. Our Whetstone Park and the Park of Roses rank among the city’s most beautiful parks. Our Glen Echo, Walhalla and Overbrook ravines, formed by glaciers tens of thousands of years ago, are one of our most unique natural features.
Please join us for Holidayville on Sunday Dec. 3rd from 12-3pm!
Hop on the trolley at the North Pole (Mozart’s) or the South Pole (Combustion Brewing) and visit area shops and businesses!Here’s just some of the fun planned:
Mozart’s – Cookie decorating, a Lego table, Hot Chocolate , Gluhwein and visit with Santa!
Ritzy’s – free holiday ice cream scoop
Wildcat Gift & Party – kids craft activity, candy Golden Ticket contest
Natterdoodle – Free Letters to Santa & Holiday Coloring Pages & Free Personalized Ornament for any purchase over $25
Combustion Brewing – Holiday Drinks, Hot Cider for kids, AR Workshop will have $5 ornament kits for kids and Kiwanis Club of Northern Columbus will be handing out free books to children
Bleu & Fig and Colonial Candy are hosting a Holiday Goods and Gift Card Market with services and items from local shops & businesses!
Brought to you by Experience Clintonville, Clintonville Business Association, & CRC – The Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center with support from Mozart’s, Fitness Evolution, Ritzy’s – Clintonville, Clintonville Spotlight, Instant Signs Company, Wild Cat Gift and Party
I love the laid back vibe of Clintonville.Lisa LorraineLong Time Resident
Clintonville has sidewalks, friendly people, and great locations to shop and eat.Joey StardustThe Real Social Company
I love that we live in a walking neighborhood with front porches that people use. That a walk in our neighborhood can be long or short depending on how many people you talk with, how many dogs you get to meet, how many yards you look at for inspiration. I think about my mom, who after a visit told me I should never leave this wonderful place.Gail KelleyThe Sewing Hive
From The Clintonville Spotlight
- Kvitko continues investing in busy center
- Braves claim handful of City titles this fall
- Railway Museum on track for fun holiday season, its 75th year
- IC students organize a ‘Walk for Water’
- Wesley Guild takes break from reindeer games
- Football Eagles pile up comeback victories en route to state title game