There are more than 6,000 vacant properties in the city of Columbus. Search this database to see a listing of the Columbus Land Bank owned properties.
The database results will provide you with details on the exact location of the property, the parcel number and type of property. You can then use this information in your efforts to rid your neighborhood of blight. Most residential structures on this list are slated for demolition.
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What Can You Do To Take Charge In Your Neighborhood?
1. Find out who owns the eyesore on your street with your county auditor's office.
Vacant properties in the city of Columbus can be searched in our database above.
2. Take charge. Give the owner or code enforcement a call and see what's happened.
We've posted a list of code enforcement contact numbers below from cities and towns around Central Ohio.
3. Be a pest. Make sure your leaders are taking action to make sure the abandoned homes are up to code. If they are not doing their jobs, take action with your vote.
Code Enforcement Phone Numbers
Blendon Twp: 614-839-2013
Clinton Twp 614-471-6854 - Ext. 241
Canal Winchester: 614-837-7501
Franklin County: 614-525-3094
Genoa Twp: 614-899-0725
Grove City: 614-277-3075
Licking County: 740-349-6671
Mifflin Township: 614-989-1315
Mt Vernon: 740-393-9400
Newark (Licking County): 740-349-6671
Orange Twp: 740-548-7537
Upper Arlington: 614-583-5073
Sharon Township: 614-885-5115