The Northland Community Council
About the NCC
The Northland Community Council is a coalition of civic associations, home-owners committees and other community groups in the Northland area of Columbus, Ohio.
It represents over 125,000 area residents and works with Columbus City Council, the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, and a wide array of other city, county, state and non-profit organizations to continuously enhance the prosperity and quality of life enjoyed throughout the Northland community.
The Northland Community Council is the primary source of civil leadership and advocacy for Northland's residents and civic organizations. It exercises their collective influence in promoting and representing Northland on matters pertinent to the desirability of the area, value of property, and overall quality of life within its boundaries.
Northland borders Worthington to the west and New Albany to the east. It covers more than 25 square miles and is home to a very diverse population. It is not uncommon to find 50 year Northland residents living side-by side with young couples or even new immigrants. The area offers easy access to downtown Columbus, it's northern suburbs and major shopping hubs like Easton Town Center and Polaris Fashion Place. Northland is also just minutes away from many of Central Ohio's biggest attractions, including Crew Stadium and the Ohio State Fair Grounds. A precise description of the NCC's jurisdictional area can be found in the Council's by-laws.
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Contact Roger Davidson, Northland Community Council Secretary, for more information.
This page was last updated on 10 April 2015