Galloway, Ohio

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Galloway, Ohio
Location of Galloway, Ohio
Coordinates: 39°54′36″N83°9′36″W / 39.91000°N 83.16000°W / 39.91000; -83.16000 Coordinates: 39°54′36″N83°9′36″W / 39.91000°N 83.16000°W / 39.91000; -83.16000
Country United States
State Ohio
County Franklin
Township Prairie
MayorDrew Joseph Barrow
Time zone UTC-5 (Eastern (EST))
  Summer (DST) UTC-4 (EDT)
ZIP codes

Galloway is an unincorporated community west of the city of Columbus in southern Prairie Township, Franklin County, Ohio, United States. The 43119 ZIP Code, however (which carries a Galloway mailing address) covers a significant portion of rural and suburban western Franklin County, as well as parts of western Columbus, and locals might use the name Galloway to refer to any location in the area roughly bounded by I-70, Galloway Rd, Alkire Rd, and Big Darby Creek; such a location is seldom in the community of Galloway proper. The Galloway Post Office is located within the city of Columbus about two miles north of the actual community of Galloway, which lies at the intersection of Galloway Road and Sullivant Avenue.



Galloway is located at 39°54′36″N83°09′36″W / 39.91000°N 83.16000°W / 39.91000; -83.16000 (39.91, -83.16) [1] where Galloway Rd crosses the Camp Chase Industrial Railroad.

Schools and other public services

Most of the area covered by 43119 Zip Code, including Galloway proper, is part of Southwestern City School District. Portions on the eastern fringes are served by Columbus City Schools. The northern edge of the area is part of Hilliard City School District, while the rural western boundary is served by Jefferson Local Schools.

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  1. "Galloway, Ohio OH Community Profile: City Data, Resources, Demographics". Archived from the original on 2007-03-11. Retrieved 2006-08-12.