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› Society › Demographics. With a population of ,, it is the largest city in Ohio and the 14th largest city in the United States. Columbus is currently growing at a rate of. Among the 51 metro areas that the bureau estimated to have more than 1 million people in , Columbus ranked 17th in population growth.
 
 

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Colorado Springs. Victorville-Hesperia-Apple Valley. Palm Bay-Melbourne. Daytona Beach-Port Orange. Indio-Cathedral City-Palm Springs. Bonita Springs-Naples. The gender makeup of the city was In the United States census , there were , people, and , households residing in the city. The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race made up 6.

Columbus historically had a significant population of white people. In , whites made up Although the Asian population is diverse, the city’s Hispanic community is mainly made up of Mexican Americans , though there is a notable Puerto Rican population. Due to its demographics, which include a mix of races and a wide range of incomes, as well as urban, suburban, and nearby rural areas, Columbus is considered a «typical» American city, leading retail and restaurant chains to use it as a test market for new products.

Columbus has maintained a steady population growth since its establishment. Its slowest growth, from to , is primarily attributed to the city’s cholera epidemic in the s. According to the Japanese Direct Investment Survey by the Consulate-General of Japan, Detroit , Japanese nationals lived in Columbus , making it the municipality with the state’s second largest Japanese national population, after Dublin.

Columbus is home to a proportional LGBT community, with an estimated 34, gay, lesbian, or bisexual residents. The community has helped promote the influence Christopher Columbus had in drawing European attention to the Americas. The Italian explorer, erroneously credited with the lands’ discovery, has been posthumously criticized by historians for initiating colonization and for abuse, enslavement, and subjugation of natives.

The Christopher Columbus Quincentennial Jubilee, celebrating the th anniversary of Columbus’s first voyage, was held in the city in The organizers also planned to create a replica Native American village, among other attractions. Local and national native leaders protested the event with a day of mourning, followed by protests and fasts at City Hall. The protests prevented the native village from being exhibited. Annual fasts continued until A protest also took place during the dedication of the Santa Maria replica, an event held in late on the day before Columbus Day and in time for the jubilee.

The city has three outdoor statues of the explorer; the statue at City Hall was acquired, delivered, and dedicated with the assistance of the Italian-American community.

Protests in aimed for this statue to be removed, [] followed by the city ceasing to recognize Columbus Day as a city holiday in The future of the third statue, at the Ohio Statehouse, will be discussed in a meeting on July The city was the first of eight cities offered the ft m Birth of the New World statue, in The statue, also of Christopher Columbus, was completed in Puerto Rico in , and is the tallest in the United States , 45 ft 14 m taller than the Statue of Liberty including its pedestal.

At least six U. According to the American Values Atlas , 26 percent of Columbus metropolitan area residents are unaffiliated with a religious tradition. Hindus, Buddhists, Jews, and Hispanic Protestants each made up 1 percent of the population, while Jehovah’s Witnesses, Orthodox Christians, Muslims, Unitarians, and members of new age or other religions each made up under 0. Columbus also hosts several Islamic centers, Jewish synagogues, Buddhist centers, Hindu temples, and a branch of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness.

Religious teaching institutions include the Pontifical College Josephinum and several private schools led by Christian organizations.

Columbus has a generally strong and diverse economy based on education, insurance, banking, fashion, defense, aviation, food, logistics, steel, energy, medical research, health care, hospitality, retail, and technology.

In , it was one of the 10 best big cities in the country, according to Relocate America, a real estate research firm. During the — Great Recession , Columbus’s economy was not impacted as much as the rest of the country, due to decades of diversification work by long-time corporate residents, business leaders, and political leaders.

The administration of former mayor Michael B. Coleman continued this work, although the city faced financial turmoil and had to increase taxes, allegedly due in part to fiscal mismanagement. Including city, county, state, and federal employers, government jobs provide the largest single source of employment within Columbus. In , the city had six corporations named to the U.

Fast food chains Wendy’s and White Castle are also headquartered in the Columbus area. Major foreign corporations operating or with divisions in the city include Germany-based Siemens and Roxane Laboratories , Finland-based Vaisala , Tomasco Mulciber Inc.

North Market , a public market and food hall , is located downtown near the Short North. It is the only remaining public market of Columbus’s original four marketplaces.

Wendy’s, the world’s third largest hamburger fast-food chain, operated its first store downtown as both a museum and a restaurant until March when the establishment was closed due to low revenue. The company is presently headquartered outside the city in nearby Dublin.

Budweiser has a major brewery located on the north side just south of I and Worthington. Columbus is also home to many local-based micro breweries and pubs. Asian frozen food manufacturer Kahiki Foods was located on the East side of Columbus and now operates in its Gahanna suburb. Wasserstrom Company , a major supplier of equipment and supplies for restaurants, is located on the north side.

Construction of the Ohio Statehouse began in on a acre 4 ha plot of land donated by four prominent Columbus landowners. This plot formed Capitol Square , which was not part of the city’s original layout.

A broad and low central pediment supports the windowed astylar drum under an invisibly low saucer dome that lights the interior rotunda. There are several artworks within and outside the building, including the William McKinley Monument dedicated in Unlike many U.

During the Statehouse’s year construction, seven architects were employed. The Statehouse was opened to the legislature and the public in and completed in It is at the intersection of Broad and High Streets in downtown Columbus. Built in , the house was designated a National Historic Landmark in Columbus has a wide variety of museums and galleries.

Its primary art museum is the Columbus Museum of Art , which operates its main location as well as the Pizzuti Collection , featuring contemporary art. The museum, founded in , focuses on European and American art up to early modernism that includes extraordinary examples of Impressionism , German Expressionism , and Cubism.

The Ohio History Connection is headquartered in Columbus, with its flagship museum, the ,square-foot 23, m 2 Ohio History Center , 4 mi 6. Adjacent to the museum is Ohio Village , a replica of a village around the time of the American Civil War. The Columbus Historical Society also features historical exhibits, focused more closely on life in Columbus.

COSI is a large science and children’s museum in downtown Columbus. The present building, the former Central High School , was completed in November , opposite downtown on the west bank of the River. In , Parents magazine named COSI one of the ten best science centers for families in the country. The Franklin Park Conservatory is the city’s botanical garden , opened in It features over species of plants in a large Victorian-style glass greenhouse building that includes rain forest, desert, and Himalayan mountain biomes.

The conservatory is located just east of Downtown in Franklin Park []. The Kelton House historic house museum memorializes three generations of the Kelton family, the house’s use as a documented station on the Underground Railroad , and overall Victorian life. The National Veterans Memorial and Museum , opened in , focuses on the personal stories of military veterans throughout U. The museum replaced the Franklin County Veterans Memorial, opened in Throughout the summer, the Actors’ Theatre of Columbus offers free performances of Shakespearean plays in an open-air amphitheater in Schiller Park in historic German Village.

Wu is now the artistic director of the Columbus City Ballet School. In May , the Lincoln Theatre , formerly a center for Black culture in Columbus, reopened after an extensive restoration. The city also has several theaters downtown, including the historic Palace Theatre , the Ohio Theatre , and the Southern Theatre.

Broadway Across America often presents touring Broadway musicals in these larger venues. The Columbus Crew moved into Lower. Columbus is home to one of the nation’s most competitive intercollegiate programs, the Ohio State Buckeyes of Ohio State University.

The program has placed in the top 10 final standings of the Director’s Cup five times since —, including No. The Ohio State- Michigan football game known colloquially as «The Game» is the final game of the regular season and is played in November each year, alternating between Columbus and Ann Arbor, Michigan. Former New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner , an Ohio native who studied at Ohio State at one point and who coached in Columbus, was an Ohio State football fan and major donor to the university who contributed to the construction of the band facility at the renovated Ohio Stadium, which bears his family’s name.

Columbus has a long history in motorsports, hosting the world’s first hour car race at the Columbus Driving Park in , organized by the Columbus Auto Club. In the Ohio State University student-built Buckeye Bullet 2 , a fuel cell vehicle, set an FIA world speed record for electric vehicles in reaching The annual All American Quarter Horse Congress , the world’s largest single-breed horse show, [] attracts approximately , visitors to the Ohio Expo Center each October. Columbus hosts the annual Arnold Sports Festival.

Hosted by Arnold Schwarzenegger , the event has grown to eight Olympic sports and 22, athletes competing in 80 events.

Westside Barbell, a world-renowned powerlifting gym, is located in Columbus. Westside Barbell’s founder, Louie Simmons , is known for his popularisation of the «Conjugate Method», while he is also credited with inventing training machines for reverse hyper-extensions and belt squats. Westside Barbell is known for producing multiple world record holders in powerlifting.

The Columbus Thunderbolts were formed in for the Arena Football League, and then relocated to Cleveland as the Cleveland Thunderbolts; the Columbus Destroyers were the next team of the AFL, playing from until the league’s demise in and returned for single season in until the league folded a second time. The team is regularly ranked in the top 60 internationally.

Columbus’s Recreation and Parks Department oversees about city parks. The Chadwick Arboretum on the OSU campus features a large and varied collection of plants, while its Olentangy River Wetland Research Park is an experimental wetland open to the public.

The park includes a large Audubon nature center focused on the birdwatching the area is known for. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium ‘s collections include lowland gorillas, polar bears, manatees, Siberian tigers, cheetahs, and kangaroos. In the middle of May, Columbus is home to Rock on the Range, marketed as America’s biggest rock festival.

During the first weekend in June, the bars of Columbus’s North Market District host the Park Street Festival, which attracts thousands of visitors to a massive party in bars and on the street. June’s second-to-last weekend sees one of the Midwest’s largest gay pride parades , Columbus Pride , reflecting the city’s sizable gay population. During the last weekend of June, Goodale Park hosts ComFest short for «Community Festival» , an immense three-day music festival marketed as the largest non-commercial festival in the U.

The Hot Times festival, a celebration of music, arts, food, and diversity, is held annually in the Olde Towne East neighborhood. Started by Mustafaa Shabazz, Juneteenth Ohio is one of the largest African American festivals in the United States, including three full days of music, food, dance, and entertainment by local and national recording artists. The festival holds a Father’s Day celebration, honoring local fathers. Hundreds of restaurants, vendors, and companies open up booths, traditional music , and martial arts are performed, and cultural exhibits are set up.

Bohannon Clark, and Wayne Shorter, along with rib vendors from around the country. The Short North is host to the monthly Gallery Hop, which attracts hundreds to the neighborhood’s art galleries which all open their doors to the public until late at night and street musicians.

At the end of September, German Village throws an annual Oktoberfest celebration that features German food, beer, music, and crafts. In , in its fourth year, HighBall Halloween gained notoriety as it accepted its first Expy award. HighBall Halloween has much to offer for those interested in fashion and the performing and visual arts or for those who want to celebrate Halloween with food and drinks from all around the city. Each year the event is put on with a different theme.

Columbus also hosts many conventions in the Greater Columbus Convention Center , a large convention center on the north edge of downtown. Completed in , the 1. Developer Richard E. Jacobs built the area’s first three major shopping malls in the s: Westland , Northland , and Eastland. Columbus City Center was built downtown in , alongside the first location of Lazarus ; this mall closed in and was demolished in The City of Columbus has focused on reducing its environmental impact and carbon footprint.

Its vendor, AEP Energy, plans to construct new wind and solar farms in Ohio to help supply the electricity. Anheuser-Busch has a company-wide goal of reducing emissions 25 percent by OSU plans to construct a new heat and power plant, also powered by fossil fuels, but set to reduce emissions by about 30 percent.

SWACO manages to capture 75 percent of its methane emissions to use in producing energy, and is looking to reduce emissions further. The city is administered by a mayor and a seven-member unicameral council elected in two classes every two years to four-year terms at large.

Columbus is the largest city in the United States that elects its city council at large as opposed to districts. The mayor appoints the director of safety and the director of public service. The people elect the auditor , municipal court clerk , municipal court judges , and city attorney. A charter commission, elected in , submitted, in May , a new charter offering a modified Federal form, with a number of progressive features, such as nonpartisan ballot, preferential voting , recall of elected officials , the referendum, and a small council elected at large.

The charter was adopted, effective January 1, Andrew Ginther has been the mayor of Columbus since As Ohio’s capital and the county seat, Columbus hosts numerous federal, state, county, and city government offices and courts. Federal offices include the Joseph P. Kinneary U. Courthouse , [] one of several courts for the District Court for the Southern District of Ohio , after moving from E.

State St. Another federal office, the John W. Bricker Federal Building , has offices for U. The building, built in to house ten state agencies along with the State Library of Ohio , became the Supreme Court after extensive renovations from to The center includes the county’s municipal court, common pleas court, correctional center, juvenile detention center, and sheriff’s office.

Near City Hall, the Michael B. Also nearby is 77 North Front Street , which holds Columbus’s city attorney office, income-tax division, public safety, human resources, civil service, and purchasing departments. Municipal police duties are performed by the Columbus Division of Police , [] while emergency medical services EMS and fire protection are through the Columbus Division of Fire.

The facility is the state’s primary public intelligence hub and one of the few in the country that uses state, local, federal, and private resources. Columbus has a history of governmental and nonprofit support for low-income residents and the homeless.

Nevertheless, the homelessness rate has steadily risen since at least In , Ohio State University was ranked No. The specialty graduate programs of social psychology was ranked No. It was designed from the beginning as the capital for the state, and it was founded in and named in honor of Christopher Columbus.

It was chartered as a city in with a population of 3, It became a significant base for the Union Army during the Civil War and housed 26, troops as well as 9, Confederate prisoners of war in present-day west Columbus.

It is now the site of one of the largest Confederate cemeteries in the North. The non-English language spoken by the largest group is Other languages, which is spoken by 4. The race most likely to be in poverty in Columbus is Hispanic, with The poverty rate among those that worked full-time for the past 12 months was 2.

Among those working part-time, it was The age group where males are most likely to be married is Over 65, while the female age group most likely to be married is Non citizens include legal permanent residents green card holders , international students, temporary workers, humanitarian migrants, and illegal immigrants.

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Columbus Population Growth The Columbus area is currently leading Ohio in population growth, as it has been for several years, both in terms of a percentage share and absolute terms. By , Columbus became the largest city in Ohio in terms of size and population. Franklin County. The current population of Columbus, Ohio is , based on our projections of the latest US Census estimates. The last official US Census in recorded the population at , Columbus, Ohio Population Columbus Metro Area Population by Year.

Columbus Population Pyramid Loading Columbus Median Age Columbus Age Dependency. Columbus Households and Families. Columbus Educational Attainment by Sex over The highest rate of high school graduation is among white people with a rate of The highest rate of bachelors degrees is among asian people with a rate of Columbus Educational Attainment by Race.

Columbus Earnings by Educational Attainment. Columbus Language Columbus Poverty by Race Loading Columbus Poverty Rate by Education. Columbus Income by Household Type Loading Columbus Marital Status. Marriage Rates Columbus Married by Age and Sex Loading Columbus Marriage The age group where males are most likely to be married is Over 65, while the female age group most likely to be married is The two Interstates combine downtown for about 1. Route 40 , originally known as the National Road , runs east—west through Columbus, comprising Main Street to the east of downtown and Broad Street to the west.

Route 23 runs roughly north—south, while U. Route 33 runs northwest-to-southeast. Due to its central location within Ohio and abundance of outbound roadways, nearly all of the state’s destinations are within a 2- or 3-hour drive of Columbus. The Columbus riverfront hosts a few notable bridges which have been built since The metro area’s primary airport, John Glenn Columbus International Airport , is located on the east side of the city of Columbus, with several smaller airports in the region as well.

John Glenn Columbus International provides service to Toronto , Canada and Cancun, Mexico on a seasonal basis , as well as to most domestic destinations, including all the major hubs. John Glenn Columbus International Airport continues to be a home to NetJets , the world’s largest fractional ownership air carrier. The second major airport in the metro area is Rickenbacker International Airport , located in southern Franklin County. It is a major cargo facility and is utilized by the Ohio Air National Guard.

Currently, Columbus does not have any type of passenger rail service. Columbus used to have a major train station downtown called Union Station , most notably as a stop along Amtrak ‘s National Limited train service until The station itself was razed in , [18] and the Greater Columbus Convention Center now stands in its place. Louis Railroad.

Columbus is now the largest metropolitan area in the U. Plans are in the works to open a high-speed rail service connecting Columbus with Cincinnati and to the proposed hub in Cleveland which offers rail service to the East Coast, including New York and Washington, DC. Cycling as transportation is steadily increasing in Columbus with its relatively flat terrain, intact urban neighborhoods, large student population, and off-road bike paths.

The city has put forth the Bicentennial Bikeways Plan as well as a move toward a Complete Streets policy. Columbus also hosts urban cycling «off-shots» with messenger-style «alleycat» races as well as unorganized group rides, a monthly Critical Mass ride, [25] bicycle polo , art showings, movie nights, and a variety of bicycle-friendly businesses and events throughout the year.

All this activity occurs despite Columbus’s frequently inclement weather. The new Main Street Bridge features a dedicated bike and pedestrian lane separated from traffic, as does the Rich Street Bridge.

The city has its own public bicycle system. CoGo Bike Share has a network of about bicycles and 80 docking stations. Numerous K—12 school districts are found in the area. There are wide differences in setup, with some districts being mostly rural and having a small enrollment, while others are urban and have large enrollments.

Dozens of institutions of higher education can be found in the area, the largest of which is Ohio State University in Columbus. Three of the prestigious Five Colleges of Ohio are located in the metro. Numerous museums are located throughout the metropolis. The Columbus Museum of Art houses a collection of art and hosts many interesting exhibits throughout the year.

Perkins Observatory is located just south of Delaware. The observatory hosts public programs, and serves as the home for the Columbus Astronomical Society.

The Ohio Railway Museum , located in Worthington, features a large collection of both static and operational railway equipment. In Hilliard, a unique museum exists in the form of the Early Television Museum. This attraction features a large collection of TVs from the s, s, and s. Pickerington is the site of the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum. Collections found here include thousands of antique and modern children’s toys, a train display, and a miniature circus.

Historical memorabilia can be found at the Motts Military Museum, located in Groveport. Throughout the summer, the Actors’ Theatre offers free performances of Shakespearean plays in an open-air amphitheatre located in German Village. In , funding was allocated to renovate and reopen the Lincoln Theatre , which was formerly a center for Black culture in Columbus.

The city also has a number of theatres downtown, including the historic Palace Theatre , the Ohio Theatre , the Southern Theatre, and the Riffe Center which houses The Capitol Theatre as well as two studio theatres. Much of the growth in entertainment capacity in Columbus has been recent.

Events taking place within the Greater Columbus area include the Ohio State Fair , one of the largest state fairs in the United States, as well as the Little Brown Jug , a world-famous harness racing event taking place in Delaware. Comfest officially The Community Festival is arguably the largest free, non-corporate urban music and arts festival in the United States featuring 6 stages of music over 3 days in downtown’s Goodale Park and has occurred annually in late June since Each year, Dublin hosts the Dublin Irish Festival , which attracts tens of thousands of people for a weekend of Irish food, music, and dance.

Upper Arlington hosts its own arts festival annually on Labor Day, taking up a large portion of Northam Park. The Franklin County Fair is held annually in Hilliard. The Columbus Arts Festival is a huge arts festival held each summer that attracts well-known and talented artists from all around the country.

The fair features hundreds of artists of all types, several stages with musical performances, art-related activities for children, and traditional fair food as well as food from area restaurants. Located southeast of Columbus, Lancaster is host to the annual Lancaster Festival, a day celebration of music and the art. The Festival has its own orchestra and draws visitors from all over the region.

Nearby Circleville is home to the annual Circleville Pumpkin Show. This is known as Ohio’s largest festival for drawing in an average , people per day to the community of less than 15, residents. Marion annually hosts its Popcorn Festival in early September, said to be the largest of its kind in the world. The region is also home to a soccer team, the Columbus Crew , who play in Lower. The Columbus area hosts several minor league teams and semi-professional teams.

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Census data for Columbus, OH Metro Area (pop. ), including age, race, sex, income, poverty, marital status, education and more. Source: U.S. Census Bureau (web). Explanation: Metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas as defined in March by the OMB Bulletin No. Among the 51 metro areas that the bureau estimated to have more than 1 million people in , Columbus ranked 17th in population growth.

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