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Delaware, Ohio Community Info

Delaware, Ohio, is home to more than 30,000 residents in central Ohio. That number continues to grow as families and businesses find that Delaware is a great place to live, work and play. Delaware is the birthplace of the 19th President of The United States Rutherford B. Hayes, and boasts excellent public and private school systems, Ohio Wesleyan University, and our own symphony orchestra.


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The Delaware Area Chamber of Commerce was organized in 1907 to provide the public with information about the Chamber and its member companies as well as the Greater Delaware County community. Please visit their site to learn more about our great community and get a complete listing of upcoming events that you won’t want to miss.

Among the graduates of Delaware City Schools, the district takes pride in having educated the 19th President of the United States, the first General Secretary of the YWCA, and a Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry. The Delaware City School district operates five neighborhood elementary schools, an intermediate building, a middle school, and Hayes High School.

   Other area schools:
Olentangy Local Schools - olentangy.k12.oh.us
Big Walnut School District - bigwalnut.k12.oh.us
Buckeye Valleye Local Schools - buckeyevalley.schoolwires.com

Delaware County is located twenty miles north of the state capital, Columbus, and is the fastest growing county in Ohio, and one of the fastest growing in the nation. It is home to the Columbus Zoo, the new Polaris Fashion Place, and The Little Brown Jug, a major event in harness racing.

Ohio Wesleyan University is a strong liberal arts college, known for its blend of scholarship and teaching, service learning, and student engagement. With a campus of more than 200 acres adjoining the downtown area of Delaware, Ohio Wesleyan includes approximately 130 full-time faculty members and over 1,800 students.

Delaware State Park is located on land once called home by the Delaware Indians. Today, this recreational area with open meadows, heavily wooded areas and a large reservoir offers a variety of activities for outdoor enthusiasts.

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