-German Village Alterations 267 East Whittier 449-1092
Klean A Kar 404 East Main 221-3145
-Livingston United Methodist 200 East Livingston Ave 224-2006
-St Mary’s (Catholic) 684 South 3rd Street 445-9668
-Trinity Lutheran Church 404 South 3rd Street 224-6818
-Callender Cleaners 256 E Whittier 44-4500
-Caskey’s 47 Gates Street 443-7448
Discount Department Store
-Family Dollar Store 865 Parsons Avenue 449-6515
-The Fitness Loft 625 Parsons Avenue 582-3677
-Certified Oil 2483 Parsons Avenue 445-6785
-Marathon 830 Parsons Avenue 884-1773
-Giant Eagle 280 East Whittier Street 443-6575
-Hills Market 5 North Grant Ave 702-7900
-IGA 704 Parsons Avenue 449-7703
-Kroger 150 West Sycamore Street 340-7979
-Rock’n’ Robin’s Hair Nest 413 East Whittier Street 443-5933
-Strut the Salon 627 Parsons Avenue 565-6416
-Ace Hardware 1665 Parsons Avenue 444-8963
-Lowe’s 3899 South High 497-610
-Grant Medical Center 111 South Grant 566-9000
-Nationwide Children’s Hospital 700 Children’s Drive 722-4300
-Makowski Law Offices, 555 South Third, 245-0488, http://www.makowskilaw.com
-Capitol City daylighting 238 Thurman Avenue 429-5937
-CVS 591 Livingston 464-280
-Giant Eagle Pharmacy 280 E Whittier 443-5234
-Care Pet Clinic 785 East Main 252-4353
-German Village Veterinary 1200 South High 444-9696
– Bicycle sharing is a membership-based system of short-term bicycle rental with 30 stops across Columbus
– News and reviews of Clubs, bars, and restaurants
– Citizen-managed neighborhood blockwatch for our area
Elsmere Street Block Watch
– Block watch and community organization for Elsmere Street
Experience Columbus (Visitor Center) 221-6623
– Great information on things happening in Columbus
German Village Society
– German Village official website so you can stay up to date with our neighbors to the west.
US Post Office
– Weekday hours 9am-5pm with 2:30-3:0pm lunch break. Saturday 9am-2pm
– An aging in place program for area neighborhoods
Things We Love
Book Loft (German Village): 631 South Third Street http://www.bookloft.com/
One of the nation’s largest independent book stores. Home to 32 rooms of Bargain Books.
Columbus Commons (Downtown) http://www.columbuscommons.org/
You’ll find the Columbus Bicentennial Pavilion, hand-carved carousel, outdoor reading room, world-class gardens, outdoor cafes, bocce courts, a life-size chess set and more! Great events are happening all the time, be sure to check out their events calendar.
Franklin Park Conservatory (Downtown): 1777 E Broad http://www.fpconservatory.org/
Franklin Park and Botanical Gardens is a premier botanical landmark and attraction.
Gallery Hop (Short North) http://shortnorth.org/popular-links/gallery-hop
The first Saturday evening of every month is the “gallery Hop” when the art galleries and stores stay open late.
Museum of Art (Downtown): 480 E Broad Street http://www.columbusmuseum.org/
The Museum of Art is an art museum located in downtown. Formed in 1878
German Village Gazette: http://www.thisweeknews.com/content/sections/communities/german-village.html South Side Voice: http://www.allthingssouth.org/south-side-news.html
North Market (Short North): 59 Spruce Street http://www.northmarket.com/
The North Market is Columbus’ only public market home to dozens of unique and independent merchants
Parks (German Village)Frank Fetch Park is located at 228 Beck Street & Schiller Park is located at 1069 Jaeger Street. Both are well kept Urban Parks. Schiller Park has a recreation center, picnic areas, tennis courts, fishing pond and stage for Actors’ Theater’s summer productions.
Scioto Audubon Metro Park (Downtown) http://www.metroparks.net/parkssciotoaudubon.aspx
Climbing Wall, Boat Ramp, Fisihing Access, Hiking and Biking on the Scioti Greenway Trail, Sand Volleyball, and Fenced in Dog Park!
Scioto Trail (Bike Path – Downtown)The first greenway trail built in Columbus, this route travels along the downtown riverfront from North Bank Park to Bicentennial Park, the path winds through Scioto Audubon Park.
Shakespeare In The Park (Schiller Park) http://www.theactorstheatre.org
The Actors’ Theater Company is famous for its four (4) productions of classical theater in the outdoor amphitheater. FREE of charge (donations are encouraged)
Third Sunday Concert Series (Frank Fetch Park) Sponsored by the German Village Garten Club has four FREE Concerts (June, July, August and September)