Powell lends a country-like ambiance to its residents. Surrounded by nature, yet near some of Central Ohio’s biggest attractions, it’s a fantastic community to call home.
– Sandy Raines
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Powell retains its semi-rural character with homes nestled in rolling hills, 8 parks with interconnecting trails a collection of small family and locally-owned businesses. Historic Downtown Powell offers upscale dining, specialty shops and services along with special events . Visitors come from all over Central Ohio to stroll along the sidewalks, shop for antiques, enjoy a meal and relax in the charming Village Green Park.Get Insider Info
Parks and Recreation
The Powell Parks & Recreation Department oversees all the city’s parks and offers more than 200 year-round recreational, leisure and education programs and activities. Residents enjoy walking, jogging and biking on the 8 miles of interconnected trails and having fun in the approximately 85 acres of park land throughout the city. Each park has its unique attributes: Adventure Park features a 17,000 square-foot skate park, basketball court and gazebos; tennis courts are available at Arbor Ridge Park; Meadowview Park has a fishing pond; Village Green Park is home to a playground Splash Pad, amphitheater and bike trails and Library Park is the site of a Delaware County Library branch as well as baseball and soccer fields, picnic areas and tether ball.