Welcome to the Official Webpage
The Village of South Bloomfield
Pickaway County, Ohio

New Community Forum

Want to see what is going on and talk with other community members and leaders? Then please visit our new community forum. This is brand new and available to all residents in South Bloomfield and Ashville.

Please visit our community forum and register to be able to talk to friends in the community, post discussion topics, start polls on different things, voice your opinion and vote on polls and generally be able to see who, what, and where things are going on around town.

The Village of South Bloomfield was founded in 1804 and was considered a prominent stagecoach stop on what was called the Columbus-Chillicothe line, now called US Route 23. It was originally the founders hopes the Village of South Bloomfield would become the county seat, however those dreams were not realized.

The Village of South Bloomfield is a quiet community with a close family appeal, while at the same time offering opportunities for businesses growth. South Bloomfield has most recently been noted for the new addition of a Teays Valley Elementary School, which will be located within the Bloomfield Hills, Dominion Homes, subdivision.

As South Bloomfield is located a short distance from Columbus, it has a rural environment with direct access to a large metropolitan area. South Bloomfield is approximatley 15 miles south of Columbus, Ohio on US Route 23 and is approximately 10 miles north of Circleville, Ohio, home of the “Pumpkin Show”. South Bloomfield is split by US Route 23, in which almost 50,000 vehicles travel on daily.