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Relocating to Reynoldsburg, Ohio
History: Reynoldsburg was named for a settler named Reynolds that arrived in 1831 and set up a storefront selling supplies to workers building the Cumberland Road. Today, the Cumberland Road is U.S. Route 40, the historical east to west highway that still runs through the heart of downtown Reynoldsburg. Within a few years of this road came taverns, churches, a post office and a school. Reynoldsburg was incorporated in 1839.
Population: Around 37,000.
Quality of Life: The median income is around $59,000 and the average home sells for about $141,000.
Schools: Reynoldsburg City Schools.
Taxes: You’ll pay around $1,500 annually per $100,000 of property value in Reynoldsburg.
The Scoop on Reynoldsburg, Ohio: Tomato soup. Tomato salsa. Tomato muffins. These are some of the yummy treats you’ll find at Reynoldsburg’s annual Tomato Festival. Reynoldsburg, which bills itself as the “Birthplace of the Tomato” has hosted this fall event for 50 years as a celebration of this hallmark fruit (which some would debate is a vegetable), first grown by Alexander W. Livingston. A Reynoldsburg native, Livingston was first to propagate the tomato in the United States in the year 1870.