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Category:Pickerington, Ohio

English: Pickerington is a city in Fairfield and Franklin counties in the central region of the U.S. state of Ohio. It was founded in 1815 as Jacksonville. Pickerington was known as Jacksonville until 1827 when the citizens petitioned the state legislature to change the name to Pickerington in honor of its founder, Abraham Pickering. It is a suburb of Columbus. The population was 18,291 at the 2010 census. As land annexation, development, and in-migration in and around Columbus continues, the city of Pickerington (like many area suburbs) has generally followed suit. Pickerington is also home to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, located at 13515 Yarmouth Dr. off of Interstate 70.
Pickerington 
city in Ohio
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Instance of city of the United States
LocationOhio
Inception
  • 1815
Population
  • 18,291 (2010)
Area
  • 25.502893 square kilometre
Elevation above sea level
  • 255 ±1 metre
official website
Authority control
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39° 53′ 31.92″ N, 82° 45′ 50.04″ W

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