lies between the University District and the City of Worthington. It’s bounded by the Olentangy River to the west and the railroad tracks to the east. From historic turn-of-the 20th century houses to subdivisions from the 1980s, Clintonville is home to over 30,000. Two private residences are listed in the National Register of Historic Place, the Richard Berry Jr. House and the Truman and Sylvia Bull Coe House; and two properties are listed on the Columbus Register of Historic Properties, the Northmoor Engine House and the Weisheimer House. Its northwest corner, Old Beechwold, is a National Historic District.
Within the City of Columbus and never otherwise incorporated, Clintonville dates from the opening of the first post office in 1847 and celebrated its150th anniversary in 1997. Clintonville offers the amenities of wooded ravines, the Olentangy bike path, fourteen area parks, a nationally recognized library, many excellent schools and the internationally renowned Park of Roses, which boasts more than 11,000 rose specimens of 350 species. Annual celebrations include the Rose Festival in June, the Arts & Music Festival, the 4th of July Fireworks, home tours, Cruise the ‘Ville, and Duckling Day. Clintonville is also home to a popular Farmer’s Market than operates from May thru October.
Clintonville is known for strong, community-minded people and civic groups who have immense neighborhood pride