Village of Marble Cliff Inventory

What is The Village of Marble Cliff? 

The Village of Marble Cliff was one of the first suburbs of Columbus and has been an incorporated Village for more than 120 years. The Village is characterized by tree-lined streets, a strong community, and a friendly atmosphere. The Village of Marble Cliff is located just south of Upper Arlington and west of Grandview, and includes a mix of houses, businesses, and churches. Click Here to learn more about the Village of Marble Cliff.

What is this inventory all about?

The Village of Marble Cliff is known for its quiet, tree-lined streets. To help maintain this reputation, the Village has reached out to Ahlum & Arbor Tree Preservation to provide the level of expert care and management needed to properly support the health, safety, and beauty of the urban forest resource present within the Village of Marble Cliff. This inventory is a direct result of that partnership and was the first step to creating an up-to-date management plan to help direct the Village’s resources to properly maintain the urban forest present within the Village of Marble Cliff.

Who is Ahlum & Arbor Tree Preservation? 

Ahlum & Arbor Tree Preservation is one of Central Ohio’s premier arboricultural companies. Founded over 40 years ago, Ahlum & Arbor has a long history of exceptional quality, professionalism, and expertise. Ahlum & Arbor has an uncompromising standard of excellence and is one of the few companies in the state of Ohio to be accredited by the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA). Click Here to learn more about Ahlum & Arbor Tree Preservation or Here to learn more about the arboricultural services offered by Ahlum & Arbor.

What can I expect to see in this inventory?

This inventory includes 402 trees across the Village of Marble Cliff and 43 unique species. It includes public trees located along the major roadways and public spaces inside the Village of Marble Cliff. Each dot on the map represents a tree present in that location. Tree species are represented by the color of the dot and details about individual trees are easily found by selecting a tree. Tree species and size, as well as the ecological and economic benefits of that tree, are displayed in the Details tab on the right side of the map. When no tree is selected, the eco-benefits of the entire inventory are visible.

The basic navigation tools are located on the left side of the map. The +/- buttons zoom in and out. The target icon will display your location and the layer button will turn satellite imagery on and off.