Moving to Powell Ohio: Powell, OH Schools
If you have children, and getting them to a specific elementary school or middle school is important to you, then beware.
There are currently 4 high schools in the Olentangy School District, with plans for several more. Further, the map that determines what school you go to is often changed. Therefore, if you plan on sending your child to a specific school, then please keep in mind that the school your neighborhood’s children will go to may change.
Further, living in Powell alone won’t guarantee that your child will go to Olentangy Schools. Some neighborhoods will send their children to Dublin schools or Worthington Schools, depending on their location.
Moving to Powell Ohio: Powell, OH Fencing
Many neighborhoods in Powell, Ohio have HOA’s that don’t allow fencing. This is not unique to Powell, but many people are not used to this and not okay with it, particularly if they come from a place where backyard fencing is common.
Moving to Powell Ohio: Powell, OH’s Traffic
Powell is home to both the Columbus Zoo and Zoombezi Bay, a water park owned by the zoo. During the weekends and holidays, traffic to the zoo and Zoombezi Bay can be significant.
Moving to Powell Ohio: Powell, OH Dora
Dora is not a person, but an excellent program in Powell. It’s an initiative the city of Powell, Ohio started to allow open container in and around downtown Powell. Participating bars and restaurants will issue special glasses to patrons, which allows them to carry their drinks from bar to bar, or restaurant to restaurant. It’s a pretty great program!
Moving to Powell Ohio: Powell, OH Taxes
Last, but not least, you should know about the taxes in Powell. Property taxes here in Powell can be very expensive. My house, fortunately, has a Powell mailing address, but my taxes are Worthington taxes. If you are looking for a home, you should be sure you have clear and accurate information about the tax map for the homes you are looking at.
Moving to Powell Ohio: Final Words
I hope you found this information. If you have any questions about neighborhoods, schools, or what it’s like to live here, then give me a call or send me a message, and I will be happy to help. You can find my contact info below. You can also learn more about Powell, Ohio in my blog here
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