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About Westerville Woods
Mission

We are a Civic Association that is open for membership to all residents of the Westerville Woods Subdivision in Columbus Ohio.

As an association we strive to create a positive community group to maintain our subdivision, communicate events to our members, and provide input to the City of Columbus on issues that impact the quality of life we enjoy.

Why Live Here?

Westerville Woods is conveniently located on the North East Side of Columbus in the Westerville City School district off of State Route 3 (Westerville Rd) between Morse Rd and State Route 161 (E. Dublin-Granville Rd) which is inside the I-270 Beltway. The lay out of the streets connects with the subdivisions to the North and South sides, but there is not a through way to any major street so automobile traffic is low.

Westerville Woods was built by the Borror Corporation, Dominion Homes from 1990-1998 with 151 single family home sites. The decorative street lights were provided at the time of construction, so there is no assessment for them on the resident’s property tax bills. All Streets have side walks. All utilities are buried so there are no overhead lines. Cable TV, internet service, and telephone services are available from Spectrum, WOW! (Wide Open West), and AT&T. All homes were built with Natural Gas Heat.

Residents enjoy the low cost of the City of Columbus trash, water, sewer, police, fire protection, and other services. Our Civic Association is a member of the NCC-Northland Community Council to be able to better communicate our opinions to the City of Columbus on issues that may affect the quality of our residents lives.

Within 3 miles there is the Easton Shopping Center, Giant Eagle, Kroger, WalMart, Sam’s Club, CostCo, Kohls, and many more large and local stores. There are many churches, fitness facilities, and clubs nearby.

The Alum Creek is our Eastern Boarder. Along this is the Alum Creek Walking and Biking Trail. The entrance to the trail is located at Mautino Drive and Wingfield Street. Residents may travel it South to the Easton Ball Fields, and North to the City of Westerville with several small parks on the way. Directly behind our Southern border is Parkridge Park with a children’s play area.