- Town in Indiana
Rating 3.87 out of 5 150 reviews
I love the architecture and beauty within Columbus but drugs have become such an epidemic that I feel it's losing its beauty.
This town is very diverse, and is very open to anybody from any back ground. They have many diverse events!
I grew up in Columbus, and it’s the safest place I have lived. It’s very family friendly. I wish there more options of restaurants to choose from.
Columbus is a very small, cozy town. It's nice if you like to recognize faces easily or meet new people and make connections. The only complaint I would have about Columbus, is that there isn't many entertainment/activities to do with family or friends. We do have an excellent Cummins plant that many people will move to Columbus to be able to work there.
I was born and raised in Columbus and I gotta say It sucks here the people here are extremely nosey and BCSC the school system is a joke they treat the special needs population like crap and the wealthy in Columbus think they're entitled to do whatever they want just because they have money dosen't mean they need to treat the lower class people crap it's pathetic here I wouldn't recommend moving or living here try Indianapolis Greenwood or Plainfield.
Columbus is such a culturally, diverse place to live. It is full of traditions and love from so many different ethnicities and contains so much vibrant energy. The city contains many things to do for families and couples. There are a variety of restaurants ranging from fast food to Japanese Steakhouse expensive appetizers. The town also contains Cummins, which offers so many job opportunities in our town and creates the extreme diversity we do have. I also love the Ethnic Expo we host every year to celebrate and appreciate those diversities.
Columbus is a great place to live and work! Having grown up here and returning as an adult, I made the conscious choice to live in Columbus. I do not regret it. The schools are great, we have wonderful partnerships with local industry and employers, and our commitment to the arts is fantastic. We have local institutions of higher education, including Ivy Tech Community College, Purdue Polytechnic, and IUPUC, which is a regional branch of IUPUI. We are within a 1.5 hour drive of three major cities: Indianapolis, Louisville, and Cincinnati, so if you want to experience big city amenities and lifestyle, you can do so for the day or weekend and still return home to a more relaxed, rural area. There is also plenty of diversity in Columbus with it being the home of a Fortune 500 company, Cummins Engine Co. There are festivals and opportunities to get out and about nearly every weekend. It is truly a great place to live and work.
Small town feel; known for its architecture. Strong manufacturing community bursting with diversity.
Very diverse and fun community. There's wonderful parks and plenty of scrumptious places to dine at. Public school are very supportive of their students.
The buildings and the schools and how involved the city is in people's lives. The city feels safe and it feels like a place where innovation happens.
Quaint town with architecture galore. Lots of diversity and many opportunities for people of all time walks of life.
Columbus is awesome. It is full of so much architecture and history, as well as modern day things. I would never be able to call any place ever home like Columbus.
I have lived in the Columbus area all my life. Very pleased with the quality of life that the Columbus community affords us.
Columbus, Indiana is a wonderful town. It a very decent size town. I love going downtown where there is a lot of cute shops. I also enjoy going down to our parks. Our town has a history of art. Each building have a story and why they were made the way they were. An added bonus is that we have a Chick-Fil-A.
I hate Columbus. U cant raise ur kids here because it's to expensive. 2 bedroom apartment 1200 a month
I have lived here my whole life and do not desire to ever live anywhere else! The schools are great, people are wonderful, and job market is hopping. The amount of diversity in my community is amazing. The housing market is fair depending on what you are looking for in a home. There are all sorts of family oriented things to do and sports that children can compete in and join.
Overall, Columbus is a good town. But, it is small which means there are not a ton of things to do. While we do live here, I would like to move when I graduate from college to have more opportunities. This town is mostly dominated by engineers, which isn't my intended major.