Rich in history and scenery, the City of Reynoldsburg is home to 35,000 people. Reynoldsburg has all the scents because it is also the home of the Bath and Body Works headquarters, the Ohio Department of Agriculture, The Ohio Fire Academy, and the State Fire Marshall’s office.
With a steadily rising population, Reynoldsburg has become a popular place to relocate because it combines urban living with neighborhood charm. The city takes pride in itself and its appearance, continually making sure streets are clean and presentable. Every June, there is a neighborhood cleanup week to ensure that streets and sidewalks remain welcoming and walkable for the enjoyment of residents and visitors.
Our CubeSmart self-storage facility in Reynoldsburg is a great location to store your belongings for anyone looking to relocate to or near the city. With a variety of options such as parking for RVs, boats, and cars, and moving supplies available, this location and our on-site manager are there to help with all your storage needs.
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"We rented a storage unit and have nothing but good things to say about this company. We originally started with a small unit and we needed to transition to a larger one. We were able to use the truck from this company and it was very convenient for us. Very satisfied and would recommend using them."
"The service I received at this facility was great. The customer service has exceeded my expectation and the site is clean and safe."
When you're done moving into your storage unit, or you're looking to catch the game head a half -mile down the street to Nasty’s Sports Bar and Grill. The combination of good food and numerous screens create a great viewing environment. Other good options to satisfy your post-moving hunger are Cajun Island on Brice Road or Sababa’s on E. Broad Street.
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In August, the "Birthplace of the Tomato" hosts The Reynoldsburg Tomato Festival commemorating the fruit. A variety of events occurs at this festival, including beer gardens for the adults, spaghetti eating contests, and bingo. The biggest event of the weekend is the annual crowning of the Tomato Festival Queen.
For another chance to get ahold of fresh, Reynoldsburg tomatoes, there is a farmer's market every Thursday during summer months from 3-6 PM. Located at Huber Park, the market sells fresh Ohio-grown produce and has food trucks, kid's activities, and live events to keep your summer afternoons fun and fresh.
The City of Reynoldsburg is a safe, clean, and fresh place to go. Whether you live there or are considering moving there, consider CubeSmart to help with your storage and space needs.
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The City of Reynoldsburg: http://www.ci.reynoldsburg.oh.us/