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    Why do so many people like to live in Pataskala, Ohio? Well, because of Pataskala's close proximity to Columbus, Ohio for one thing. When families are looking for a good suburb to live in, with a reasonable commute to their job in Columbus, Pataskala stands out among the rest. If you want to live in a town that offers housing with a decent amount of land, you will be hard pressed to find a better city than Pataskala.
    Many of the plots of land have a decent amount of Acreage.
    Pataskala is located in Licking County and has an exact location of 39°59′52″N 82°41′51″W.
    Licking County is one of the fastest growing counties in Ohio, with an excellent school system.

    One thing that is desirable about Pataskala is that it has more of that country feel to it, as opposed to living in cookie cutter subdivisions.
    Much of Pataskala is still farmland.
    In fact, many of the houses and new subdivisions were created developing farmland.

    Pataskala has some great places to visit, including Lynd Fruit Farm, where you can pick your own fruit.
    Many schools will take field trips to the farm, because of it's corn maze and educational tour.

    Pataskala has some great parks, as well as a community swimming pool.
    Pataskala golfers have 3 choices of golf courses to choose from.
    There is also a local library, which is connected to the other libraries in the Columbus area called Columbus Metropolitan Library System.

    There is a local technical college within Pataksala called Central Ohio Technical College. This is actually a branch off the main school located in Newark.
    Pataskala is actually big enough to have two separate school districts: one is Southwest Licking school district, and the other is Licking Heights school district.

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    Pataskala has many wonderful activities to enjoy by Pataskala residents.
    There are many churches in Pataskala to choose from, including Tri-Village Christian Church, First United Presbyterian Church of Pataskala, Pataskala Grace Church, Pataskala United Methodist Church, Pataskala Church of Christ, Pataskala Nazarene Church, Living Hope Church of Pataskala, Summit Station Methodist Church, and many more.

    Pataskala Public school system is top notch, with over a 97% graduation rate from high school!
     

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    Downtown Pataskala

    Walking through downtown Pataskala is a treat, because you get to see that small town Ohio feel, even though the population of Pataskala is decent size.
    Pataskala came about as a result of the railroad being extended eastward from Columbus. In fact, there is a coffee shop called Depot Street Coffeehouse because of it's close proximity to the railroad.
    Click HERE to see the city website and find out more fun facts about Pataskala!

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    Pataskala History

    So how did Pataskala become a city anyway?
    Well, the area now known as Pataskala was originally inhabited by the Delaware Indians, and they used the Indian name "Pataskala" for Licking River.
    The Father of Pataskala - Richard Conine - visited the area as he was travelling through in 1805, and he decided to buy 2,000 acres of land. It was originally named the Village of Conine after Richard.
    Only much later - in 1997 - did Pataskala finally get named a city officially.