Cold Weather – Bring you pets indoors

Modified: January 14, 2018 at 1:48 pm

The recommended temperature to be bringing pets indoors is 35°F. Of course, some animals – small, short-haired, old, ill, etc. – may not be able to handle the cold at all and will need to be brought in at even warmer temps. In Franklin county Ohio, the police and animal shelters are not the best […]

Business Listings

Capital City Scooters

Modified: July 16, 2016 at 3:57 pm

Capital City Scooters is a local shop owned by Caitlin and Chris Didier. They specialize in scooters sales, service and repair, and are an authorized Genuine, SYM and Kymco dealer. The shop also sells various gear and accessories for you and your scooter. They are located just south of Hudson at 2509 Summit St. Columbus, […]

Business Listings

Alexander Buchner

Modified: July 16, 2016 at 3:47 pm

Alexander Buchner is a member of Coldwell Banker King Thompson. He is an Old North Columbus (ONC) resident and building his real estate sales business in the area between campus and Clintonville. Though he has also worked all over central Ohio, Old North Columbus is home and is here to help you with any and […]

Business Listings

Aperture Photography

Modified: July 16, 2016 at 3:48 pm

Aperture Photography is the husband and wife team of Paul and Hristina. They are long time residents in the SoHud area and have contributed often to the SoHud Fools Parade and Festival of Hilaria. Paul does illustration work, animations and video. He is also a member of two local Columbus bands. Hristina has been working […]

Announcements Events Prevention Reference

SoHud Graffiti Removal Permission Form

Modified: April 16, 2016 at 2:29 pm

When there are SoHud Graffiti paint-outs in the neighborhood, we need to get permission from the owners of private properties. Here is a copy of that form. You can print this out, have the owner sign it and return a scan to (if you can’t scan it, then send us an email & we’ll […]


Old North Columbus

Modified: August 14, 2016 at 1:20 pm

Old North Columbus is comprised of the area from Lane Ave and north to the Glen Echo Ravine, and from the Olentangy River over to the east at the CSX railroad tracks near I-70. In the late 1800s, the area was an in between for travelers in Worthington heading to Columbus and vice versa. Today, the […]