Settled in Franklin County, Grove City is a suburb of Columbus and sits on the southwest side of Interstate 270. Grove City became a village in 1866 but it’s convenient location and easy commute to downtown Columbus led it to become a city in 1959. It is a rather young city but that has not stopped the amount of growth it has had over the past few years. Grove City now has 16 Elementary Schools, 5 Intermediate Schools (5-6 Grade), 5 Middle Schools, and 5 High Schools. When you visit Grove City, check out Main Street for a little history, local shops, and restaurants. The newer area of town is located on the East side of 270 on Stringtown Road. This area has recently given residents and visitors a local hot spot of shopping, lodging, restaurants, movie theater and a lot more.
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