100 Biggest Cities In Ohio For 2020

Using the latest Census data, we detail the 100 biggest cities in Ohio. You can all see a comprehensive list of all 667 cities and places in Ohio.

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We all love the biggest cities that the Buckeye State has to offer. You know the places like Columbus and Cleveland which make all the headlines.

But there are a bunch of other great large cities in Ohio that don't get as much love.

We're going to change that right now.

Using the most recent Census data, we can tell you about all the places in Ohio with a focus on the biggest. We update the data each year and this is our fourth time doing this.

You can click here to see a full table of the full of the 100 biggest cities in Ohio, along with every other place over 1,000 people big. It is sortable by clicking on the headers.

Read on below to see more on the biggest cities. Or for more reading on places to live in Ohio, check out:

How We Determined The Largest Cities In Ohio

We've been ranking and dissecting cities in the Buckeye State for over 4 years now -- making this actually the fourth time we've run the numbers. We always use the best data, the US Census. In this case, that means we are using the 2013-2017 American Community Survey.

It what is probably the most simple analysis we run each year, we ranked every place in Ohio from biggest to smallest. The biggest city this year? That would be Columbus.

The smallest? Apple Creek, although there are places smaller than 1,000 people not listed here, so keep that in mind as we take a look at the top ten.

Columbus, OH
Overall SnackAbility
6
/10

Rank Last Year: 1 (No Change)
Population: 867,628
Population 2010: 770,407
Growth: 12.6%
More on Columbus: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Columbus is the state capital and the most populous city of the U.S. state of Ohio. It is the 14th-most populous city in the United States, with a population of 860,090 as of 2016 estimates. This makes Columbus the 3rd-most populous state capital in the United States after Phoenix, Arizona and Austin, Texas, and the second-most populous city in the Midwestern United States, after Chicago. It is the core city of the Columbus, Ohio, Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses ten counties. With a population of 2,021,632, it is Ohio's third-largest metropolitan area.

Review Of Columbus by HomeSnacks User

Our school buildings are old and many do not have air conditioning. College football is immensely popular here, housing is plentiful, and there are a host of restaurants out there one can eat at.

The traffic on the major roads in the morning and afternoon and be rather bad and construction isn't helping. The weather can be hot in the summer and quite cold in the winter, but it's still a decent place in which to live.


Cleveland, OH
Overall SnackAbility
3
/10

Rank Last Year: 2 (No Change)
Population: 387,398
Population 2010: 409,221
Growth: -5.3%
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Cleveland is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio and the county seat of Cuyahoga County, the state's second most-populous county. Located along Lake Erie, the city proper has a population of 388,072, making Cleveland the 51st largest city in the United States, and the second-largest city in Ohio after Columbus. Greater Cleveland ranked as the 32nd-largest metropolitan area in the United States, with 2,055,612 people in 2016. The city anchors the Cleveland-Akron-Canton Combined Statistical Area, which had a population of 3,515,646 in 2010 and ranks 15th in the United States.

Review Of Cleveland by HomeSnacks User

I love the city i live in because of the people and the schools system are good for my children.

My city have the rock&roll hall of fame and tower city. Also we have lake erie where i go fishing.


Cincinnati, OH
Overall SnackAbility
4
/10

Rank Last Year: 3 (No Change)
Population: 300,357
Population 2010: 300,165
Growth: 0.1%
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Cincinnati is a major city in the U.S. state of Ohio that serves as county seat of Hamilton County. Settled in 1788, the city is located on the north side of the confluence of the Licking with the Ohio River. With a population of 298,800, Cincinnati is the third-largest city in Ohio and the 65th-largest city in the United States. It has the fastest growing economic power of the Midwestern United States and 28th-biggest metropolitan statistical area in the United States, the biggest in Ohio. The city drives the Cincinnati-Middletown-Wilmington combined statistical area, which had a population of 2,172,191 in the 2010 census.

Review Of Cincinnati by HomeSnacks User

The private catholic school system around the greater Cincinnati area is good. The crime in the city is at a level lower than that of other comparable large cities. There is a wide array of entertainment and dining within a short drive.

Riverbend is a fantastic place to see a concert and Over The Rhine is an up and coming, developing area with plenty of new and hip storefronts and restaurants.


Toledo, OH
Overall SnackAbility
4
/10

Rank Last Year: 4 (No Change)
Population: 278,193
Population 2010: 291,851
Growth: -4.7%
More on Toledo: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Toledo is a city in and the county seat of Lucas County, Ohio, United States. Toledo is in northwest Ohio, at the western end of Lake Erie bordering the state of Michigan. The city was founded by United States citizens in 1833 on the west bank of the Maumee River, and originally incorporated as part of Monroe County, Michigan Territory. It was re-founded in 1837, after conclusion of the Toledo War, when it was incorporated in Ohio.

Akron, OH
Overall SnackAbility
4
/10

Rank Last Year: 5 (No Change)
Population: 198,314
Population 2010: 202,814
Growth: -2.2%
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Akron is the fifth-largest city in the U.S. state of Ohio and is the county seat of Summit County. It is located on the western edge of the Glaciated Allegheny Plateau, approximately 39 miles south of Lake Erie.

Dayton, OH
Overall SnackAbility
3
/10

Rank Last Year: 6 (No Change)
Population: 140,782
Population 2010: 145,609
Growth: -3.3%
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Dayton is the sixth-largest city in the state of Ohio and is the county seat of Montgomery County. A small portion of the city extends into Greene County. In the 2010 census, the population was 141,527, and the Dayton metropolitan area had 799,232 residents, making it Ohio's fourth-largest metropolitan area, after Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Columbus and the 63rd-largest in the United States. The Dayton-Springfield-Greenville Combined Statistical Area had a population of 1,080,044 in 2010, making it the 43rd-largest in the United States. Dayton is within Ohio's Miami Valley region, just north of the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky metropolitan area.

Review Of Dayton by HomeSnacks User

All of Dayton bad the Westside being the worst there ar junkies every where alot of fentanyl h****n junkies and m**h junkies if you want good dope come to Dayton Ohio drive James H Macgee or Gettysburg ave you can find dope on the east end and Northside to I'm born and raised here if you want to live in a grimy a*s drug fueled crime ridden city but don't want to lived in a over populated place like Cleveland Cincinnati or Columbus come to Dayton will meet all your f****d up dreams we were the overdose capital of the country for few years we have big city crime without big city traffic where nightmares came to die Dayton Ohio oh yeah home of the Wright Brothers Ohio Players And Roger Troutman same place Roger Troutman was murdered and China Arnold stuck her baby in the microwave wave and killed it

The Dope and Dope fiends everyone grimy


Parma, OH
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Overall SnackAbility
8.5
/10

Rank Last Year: 7 (No Change)
Population: 79,559
Population 2010: 81,894
Growth: -2.9%
More on Parma: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Parma is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. Located on the southern edge of Cleveland, it is both an inner-ring and the largest suburb of Cleveland. Parma, as of the 2010 census, is listed as the seventh largest city in the state of Ohio and the second largest city in Cuyahoga County after Cleveland.

Canton, OH
Overall SnackAbility
3
/10

Rank Last Year: 8 (No Change)
Population: 71,313
Population 2010: 74,451
Growth: -4.2%
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Canton is a city in and the county seat of Stark County, Ohio, United States. Founded in 1805 alongside the Middle and West Branches of Nimishillen Creek, Canton became a heavy manufacturing center because of its numerous railroad lines. However, its status in that regard began to decline during the late 20th century, as shifts in the manufacturing industry led to the relocation or repositioning of many factories. After this decline, the city's industry diversified into the service economy, including retailing, education, finance and healthcare.

Youngstown, OH
Overall SnackAbility
3
/10

Rank Last Year: 9 (No Change)
Population: 64,734
Population 2010: 69,585
Growth: -7.0%
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Youngstown is a city in and the county seat of Mahoning County in the U.S. state of Ohio, with small portions extending into Trumbull County. According to the 2010 Census, Youngstown had a city proper population of 66,982, while the Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, OH-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area it anchors contained 565,773 people in Mahoning and Trumbull counties in Ohio, and Mercer County in Pennsylvania.

Review Of Youngstown by HomeSnacks User

I was born and raised in Youngstown, OH.

Unfortunately i have vrry little good to say about this town....We are so repressed and in the black hole that we're not even metioned in statistics- The Greater Youngstown area took a major blow to its economy when the Steel Mills folded up in the late 1970s by early 1980s they were pretty much done. In fact as a result of the Steel Mill closings 40,000 people left the Greater Youngstown-Warren area and migrated elsewhere to survive.

No major industries have decided to come to this rustbelt since those times. We did have General Motors in Lordstown, OH. Since 1967 originally employing close to 6000 employees. By the mid-late 1976 they maxed out at 12000 employees.

The GM Lordstown plant certainly had it layoffs and strikes over the years. But the Lordstown Plant was part of the North-East Ohio community.

Just like the Big Steel Mills eventually died on March 6, 2019 GM produced its last Chevy Cruz. Lordstown was part of the local scene for 53 years now its just one more vacant building to look at and try not to cry.

I wish i could be more hopeful but i can't i was employed by a distribution center that suppied GM Lordstown now we are closed as a result of GM deciding to close the Lordstown Plant.

My favorite place in Youngstown would have to be Mill Creek Metro-Park.


Lorain, OH
Overall SnackAbility
5
/10

Rank Last Year: 10 (No Change)
Population: 63,773
Population 2010: 65,221
Growth: -2.2%
More on Lorain: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Lorain is a city in Lorain County, Ohio, United States. The municipality is located in northeastern Ohio on Lake Erie, at the mouth of the Black River, approximately 30 miles west of Cleveland. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 64,097, making it Ohio's tenth largest city, the second largest in Greater Cleveland, and the largest in Lorain County by population.

Review Of Lorain by HomeSnacks User

I loved growing up in Lorain, OH. The city is between Cleveland and Sandusky and is so culturally diverse. My mom was born overseas and Polish was her first language and when they moved to this predominately Hispanic town it changed a lot of the way her younger siblings were raised. When she met my dad who was Italian and had my sister and I, they continued to show us the best things about each nationality in the area. Lorain still has yearly International festivals full of Puerto Rican, Polish, Italian, Greek, Southern and Slovak foods and the parades are beautiful. When I moved to my current city, I was shocked over the lack of diversity and the horrible racism and comments that people make.

The best thing was the diversity. But, there is also bad. This is a city that a steel mill and car factory shut down and crush the town. When most of your population is employed by factories and they shut down, crime rises. Drug issues are prevalent as is gang activity.


Now on to numbers 11-100 Biggest in Ohio

We hope that you find the big city, or really any city, that's right for you. Below is a list of the rest of the biggest cities along with every other place in Ohio.

Have fun snacking around in the Buckeye State!

For more reading on Ohio, check out:

Detailed List Of The Biggest Cities In Ohio

Rank City Current Population 2010 Growth
1 Columbus 867,628 770,407 12.6%
2 Cleveland 387,398 409,221 -5.3%
3 Cincinnati 300,357 300,165 0.1%
4 Toledo 278,193 291,851 -4.7%
5 Akron 198,314 202,814 -2.2%
6 Dayton 140,782 145,609 -3.3%
7 Parma 79,559 81,894 -2.9%
8 Canton 71,313 74,451 -4.2%
9 Youngstown 64,734 69,585 -7.0%
10 Lorain 63,773 65,221 -2.2%
11 Hamilton 62,259 62,466 -0.3%
12 Springfield 59,305 61,498 -3.6%
13 Kettering 55,405 56,182 -1.4%
14 Elyria 53,910 55,003 -2.0%
15 Lakewood 50,553 52,674 -4.0%
16 Cuyahoga Falls 49,317 49,710 -0.8%
17 Newark 49,070 47,605 3.1%
18 Middletown 48,449 48,944 -1.0%
19 Euclid 47,456 49,338 -3.8%
20 Mentor 47,062 47,637 -1.2%
21 Mansfield 46,638 48,799 -4.4%
22 Beavercreek 46,600 44,064 5.8%
23 Dublin 45,559 39,245 16.1%
24 Cleveland Heights 44,865 46,797 -4.1%
25 Strongsville 44,752 44,360 0.9%
26 Fairfield 42,636 42,634 0.0%
27 Findlay 41,276 41,189 0.2%
28 Grove City 40,171 33,947 18.3%
29 Lancaster 39,942 38,657 3.3%
30 Warren 39,668 42,667 -7.0%
31 Westerville 39,242 35,970 9.1%
32 Delaware 39,219 33,672 16.5%
33 Huber Heights 39,219 37,837 3.7%
34 Reynoldsburg 37,644 34,974 7.6%
35 Lima 37,335 38,902 -4.0%
36 Marion 36,268 37,092 -2.2%
37 Hilliard 35,665 27,505 29.7%
38 Upper Arlington 35,223 33,645 4.7%
39 Gahanna 35,061 32,590 7.6%
40 Stow 34,796 34,476 0.9%
41 Brunswick 34,733 34,406 1.0%
42 Boardman 34,557 35,404 -2.4%
43 Fairborn 33,433 32,156 4.0%
44 North Ridgeville 32,954 28,303 16.4%
45 Mason 32,749 29,862 9.7%
46 Westlake 32,378 32,350 0.1%
47 Massillon 32,366 32,020 1.1%
48 North Olmsted 31,888 32,792 -2.8%
49 Bowling Green 31,541 30,211 4.4%
50 North Royalton 30,322 29,965 1.2%
51 Kent 29,824 28,845 3.4%
52 Austintown 28,386 30,240 -6.1%
53 Garfield Heights 28,001 29,058 -3.6%
54 Shaker Heights 27,620 28,458 -2.9%
55 Wooster 26,778 26,097 2.6%
56 Xenia 26,364 25,592 3.0%
57 Medina 26,220 26,657 -1.6%
58 Barberton 26,189 26,842 -2.4%
59 Troy 25,894 24,828 4.3%
60 Green 25,758 25,224 2.1%
61 Zanesville 25,376 25,567 -0.7%
62 Riverside 25,087 25,511 -1.7%
63 Sandusky 25,012 26,147 -4.3%
64 Athens 24,771 23,484 5.5%
65 Trotwood 24,361 24,904 -2.2%
66 Centerville 23,821 23,838 -0.1%
67 Avon Lake 23,777 21,882 8.7%
68 Marysville 23,509 21,296 10.4%
69 Wadsworth 23,155 21,211 9.2%
70 Solon 23,038 22,983 0.2%
71 Avon 22,786 19,514 16.8%
72 Willoughby 22,770 22,238 2.4%
73 Oxford 22,612 21,532 5.0%
74 Maple Heights 22,539 23,575 -4.4%
75 Hudson 22,287 22,331 -0.2%
76 Alliance 21,927 22,545 -2.7%
77 Chillicothe 21,717 21,996 -1.3%
78 South Euclid 21,688 22,327 -2.9%
79 Perrysburg 21,430 20,264 5.8%
80 Piqua 20,941 20,659 1.4%
81 Sidney 20,639 21,047 -1.9%
82 Lebanon 20,584 19,943 3.2%
83 Ashland 20,396 20,648 -1.2%
84 Portsmouth 20,366 20,244 0.6%
85 Rocky River 20,310 20,196 0.6%
86 Parma Heights 20,162 20,784 -3.0%
87 Pickerington 20,148 17,003 18.5%
88 Oregon 20,012 20,118 -0.5%
89 Miamisburg 19,974 19,986 -0.1%
90 White Oak 19,900 19,041 4.5%
91 Painesville 19,828 19,191 3.3%
92 Norwood 19,796 19,463 1.7%
93 Broadview Heights 19,242 18,674 3.0%
94 Sylvania 18,928 18,989 -0.3%
95 Twinsburg 18,915 18,512 2.2%
96 Whitehall 18,874 18,169 3.9%
97 Berea 18,859 18,981 -0.6%
98 Mayfield Heights 18,766 19,109 -1.8%
99 Brook Park 18,721 19,472 -3.9%
100 Forest Park 18,703 18,642 0.3%
101 Niles 18,606 19,464 -4.4%
102 Ashtabula 18,243 19,508 -6.5%
103 Eastlake 18,229 18,879 -3.4%
104 Steubenville 18,095 18,578 -2.6%
105 Springboro 18,042 17,072 5.7%
106 Tiffin 17,599 17,937 -1.9%
107 Tallmadge 17,581 17,349 1.3%
108 New Philadelphia 17,432 17,292 0.8%
109 North Canton 17,362 17,344 0.1%
110 East Cleveland 17,321 19,426 -10.8%
111 Defiance 17,105 16,575 3.2%
112 Norwalk 16,881 17,008 -0.7%
113 Mount Vernon 16,669 16,864 -1.2%
114 Fairview Park 16,400 16,894 -2.9%
115 Streetsboro 16,395 15,383 6.6%
116 Fremont 16,171 16,959 -4.6%
117 Aurora 15,941 15,196 4.9%
118 Middleburg Heights 15,670 15,798 -0.8%
119 Pataskala 15,465 14,170 9.1%
120 Bay Village 15,391 15,647 -1.6%
121 Vandalia 15,080 15,095 -0.1%
122 Worthington 14,705 13,779 6.7%
123 New Franklin 14,178 14,309 -0.9%
124 Willowick 14,160 14,209 -0.3%
125 Washington Court House 14,135 14,077 0.4%
126 Monroe 14,013 11,868 18.1%
127 Sharonville 13,942 13,311 4.7%
128 Maumee 13,857 14,419 -3.9%
129 Circleville 13,853 13,358 3.7%
130 Bridgetown 13,824 14,339 -3.6%
131 Bexley 13,764 13,020 5.7%
132 Marietta 13,718 14,211 -3.5%
133 Lyndhurst 13,630 14,144 -3.6%
134 Brecksville 13,538 13,550 -0.1%
135 Bellefontaine 13,531 13,123 3.1%
136 Englewood 13,485 13,205 2.1%
137 Warrensville Heights 13,258 13,749 -3.6%
138 Fostoria 13,249 13,041 1.6%
139 Clayton 13,172 13,232 -0.5%
140 University Heights 13,138 13,573 -3.2%
141 Loveland 13,082 11,845 10.4%
142 Monfort Heights 13,064 11,543 13.2%
143 West Carrollton 12,954 13,241 -2.2%
144 Powell 12,909 10,773 19.8%
145 Greenville 12,824 13,267 -3.3%
146 Dover 12,811 12,776 0.3%
147 Trenton 12,755 11,354 12.3%
148 Wickliffe 12,733 12,852 -0.9%
149 Bedford 12,705 13,201 -3.8%
150 Finneytown 12,689 13,023 -2.6%
151 Conneaut 12,659 12,798 -1.1%
152 Wilmington 12,403 12,640 -1.9%
153 Blue Ash 12,150 12,059 0.8%
154 Amherst 12,097 12,031 0.5%
155 Norton 12,047 12,008 0.3%
156 Bucyrus 11,906 12,506 -4.8%
157 Salem 11,870 12,383 -4.1%
158 Macedonia 11,808 10,863 8.7%
159 Franklin 11,734 11,962 -1.9%
160 Beachwood 11,704 11,932 -1.9%
161 Seven Hills 11,690 11,797 -0.9%
162 Ravenna 11,552 11,773 -1.9%
163 Harrison 11,521 9,394 22.6%
164 Urbana 11,434 11,739 -2.6%
165 Mack 11,422 11,458 -0.3%
166 Dent 11,378 9,793 16.2%
167 Springdale 11,228 11,019 1.9%
168 Van Wert 11,077 11,040 0.3%
169 Coshocton 11,067 11,351 -2.5%
170 Ironton 10,912 11,143 -2.1%
171 New Albany 10,896 0 nan%
172 Forestville 10,866 10,856 0.1%
173 Brooklyn 10,862 11,156 -2.6%
174 Northbrook 10,832 10,117 7.1%
175 East Liverpool 10,762 11,535 -6.7%
176 Montgomery 10,663 10,150 5.1%
177 Heath 10,646 10,074 5.7%
178 Bedford Heights 10,633 10,796 -1.5%
179 Richmond Heights 10,449 10,570 -1.1%
180 Cambridge 10,432 10,831 -3.7%
181 Struthers 10,325 10,892 -5.2%
182 Celina 10,288 10,424 -1.3%
183 Reading 10,286 10,421 -1.3%
184 Vermilion 10,226 10,789 -5.2%
185 London 10,139 9,709 4.4%
186 Galion 10,089 10,679 -5.5%
187 Lincoln Village 10,071 9,430 6.8%
188 Tipp City 9,912 9,645 2.8%
189 Wapakoneta 9,732 9,896 -1.7%
190 Blacklick Estates 9,596 8,704 10.2%
191 Willoughby Hills 9,526 9,390 1.4%
192 Girard 9,465 10,258 -7.7%
193 Louisville 9,317 9,121 2.1%
194 North College Hill 9,307 9,436 -1.4%
195 Beckett Ridge 9,114 8,911 2.3%
196 Madeira 9,091 8,674 4.8%
197 Oakwood 9,030 9,188 -1.7%
198 Sheffield Lake 9,011 9,224 -2.3%
199 Olmsted Falls 8,912 8,752 1.8%
200 Shelby 8,809 9,177 -4.0%
201 Napoleon 8,676 8,501 2.1%
202 Perry Heights 8,581 8,651 -0.8%
203 North Madison 8,573 8,999 -4.7%
204 Wyoming 8,535 8,318 2.6%
205 Highland Heights 8,396 8,245 1.8%
206 Canal Winchester 8,328 0 nan%
207 Cheviot 8,318 8,413 -1.1%
208 Oberlin 8,299 8,298 0.0%
209 Kenton 8,296 8,356 -0.7%
210 Bryan 8,285 8,621 -3.9%
211 Orrville 8,239 8,439 -2.4%
212 Eaton 8,195 8,418 -2.6%
213 St. Marys 8,145 8,317 -2.1%
214 Bellevue 7,987 8,282 -3.6%
215 Campbell 7,964 8,444 -5.7%
216 Withamsville 7,788 6,557 18.8%
217 Dry Run 7,754 6,538 18.6%
218 Grandview Heights 7,681 6,548 17.3%
219 Hubbard 7,564 7,920 -4.5%
220 Wauseon 7,531 6,905 9.1%
221 Fairlawn 7,522 7,469 0.7%
222 Mentor-On-The-Lake 7,410 7,584 -2.3%
223 Northridge 7,343 7,754 -5.3%
224 Canfield 7,295 7,493 -2.6%
225 Kenwood 7,244 7,229 0.2%
226 Landen 7,214 6,853 5.3%
227 Bellbrook 7,174 6,989 2.6%
228 Independence 7,156 7,079 1.1%
229 Portage Lakes 7,139 6,501 9.8%
230 Northgate 7,099 6,573 8.0%
231 Delphos 7,044 7,151 -1.5%
232 Huron 6,958 7,243 -3.9%
233 Cortland 6,889 7,028 -2.0%
234 Milford 6,861 6,664 3.0%
235 Logan 6,846 7,403 -7.5%
236 Kirtland 6,818 6,836 -0.3%
237 Upper Sandusky 6,757 6,579 2.7%
238 Martins Ferry 6,703 6,953 -3.6%
239 Groesbeck 6,656 6,778 -1.8%
240 Union 6,555 6,218 5.4%
241 Rittman 6,541 6,523 0.3%
242 Hillsboro 6,520 6,643 -1.9%
243 Rossford 6,507 6,328 2.8%
244 Champion Heights 6,495 6,646 -2.3%
245 Moraine 6,445 6,390 0.9%
246 Belpre 6,422 6,485 -1.0%
247 Howland Center 6,400 5,489 16.6%
248 Columbiana 6,293 6,369 -1.2%
249 Jackson 6,274 6,368 -1.5%
250 Pepper Pike 6,242 5,951 4.9%
251 Clyde 6,213 6,275 -1.0%
252 Covedale 6,209 6,616 -6.2%
253 Ontario 6,100 6,091 0.1%
254 Grafton 6,094 6,515 -6.5%
255 Mount Healthy 6,076 6,091 -0.2%
256 Willard 6,060 6,382 -5.0%
257 Wheelersburg 5,996 7,099 -15.5%
258 Geneva 5,989 6,291 -4.8%
259 Ada 5,970 6,028 -1.0%
260 Fort Shawnee 5,960 0 nan%
261 Port Clinton 5,939 6,140 -3.3%
262 The Village Of Indian Hill 5,876 5,760 2.0%
263 Brookville 5,813 5,675 2.4%
264 Granville 5,766 5,593 3.1%
265 Deer Park 5,688 5,738 -0.9%
266 New Carlisle 5,622 5,814 -3.3%
267 Groveport 5,593 0 nan%
268 Wellston 5,540 5,737 -3.4%
269 Germantown 5,505 0 nan%
270 Waterville 5,484 0 nan%
271 Canal Fulton 5,464 5,428 0.7%
272 Apple Valley 5,408 4,896 10.5%
273 Northwood 5,383 5,325 1.1%
274 Mount Carmel 5,372 4,887 9.9%
275 Uhrichsville 5,370 5,474 -1.9%
276 Turpin Hills 5,351 4,930 8.5%
277 Delhi Hills 5,308 5,021 5.7%
278 Toronto 5,298 5,015 5.6%
279 Sunbury 5,280 4,168 26.7%
280 Wellington 5,249 4,926 6.6%
281 Carlisle 5,199 0 nan%
282 New Lexington 5,189 5,061 2.5%
283 Chardon 5,171 5,182 -0.2%
284 John 5,111 4,933 3.6%
285 Amelia 5,074 4,786 6.0%
286 Lexington 5,073 5,174 -2.0%
287 St. Clairsville 5,071 5,193 -2.3%
288 Munroe Falls 5,065 5,043 0.4%
289 Nelsonville 4,990 5,228 -4.6%
290 Montrose-Ghent 4,928 5,133 -4.0%
291 Miami Heights 4,873 4,575 6.5%
292 New Burlington 4,819 5,285 -8.8%
293 Silverton 4,767 0 nan%
294 Obetz 4,740 4,250 11.5%
295 West Milton 4,728 4,663 1.4%
296 Whitehouse 4,713 3,893 21.1%
297 Summerside 4,692 5,311 -11.7%
298 Pleasant Run Farm 4,653 4,421 5.2%
299 Georg 4,637 4,182 10.9%
300 South Lebanon 4,622 3,809 21.3%
301 Newton Falls 4,621 0 nan%
302 Greenfield 4,597 0 nan%
303 Lake Darby 4,577 4,656 -1.7%
304 East Palestine 4,535 0 nan%
305 Cherry Grove 4,521 4,550 -0.6%
306 Huber Ridge 4,511 4,468 1.0%
307 Wintersville 4,482 3,871 15.8%
308 Crestline 4,462 0 nan%
309 Pleasant Run 4,460 4,738 -5.9%
310 Mount Repose 4,446 4,259 4.4%
311 Ottawa Hills 4,436 4,518 -1.8%
312 Plain City 4,421 3,805 16.2%
313 Archbold 4,409 4,191 5.2%
314 Coldwater 4,385 4,172 5.1%
315 Ottawa 4,377 4,484 -2.4%
316 St. Bernard 4,355 0 nan%
317 West Jefferson 4,343 4,221 2.9%
318 Waverly 4,294 0 nan%
319 Sebring 4,263 4,512 -5.5%
320 Edgewood 4,251 4,384 -3.0%
321 New Lebanon 4,243 4,278 -0.8%
322 Bluffton 4,216 4,131 2.1%
323 Ashville 4,143 3,960 4.6%
324 Bellaire 4,139 4,378 -5.5%
325 Sheffield 4,126 3,780 9.2%
326 Reminderville 4,113 3,241 26.9%
327 Blanchester 4,086 4,313 -5.3%
328 Cedarville 4,082 4,086 -0.1%
329 Park Layne 4,082 4,493 -9.1%
330 Chagrin Falls 4,061 4,088 -0.7%
331 Montpelier 3,960 4,140 -4.3%
332 Fruit Hill 3,931 3,920 0.3%
333 Newcomer 3,883 3,880 0.1%
334 Yellow Springs 3,858 3,637 6.1%
335 South Russell 3,801 3,869 -1.8%
336 Amberley 3,780 3,541 6.7%
337 Mulberry 3,772 3,250 16.1%
338 Barnesville 3,716 4,532 -18.0%
339 Mount Orab 3,714 3,945 -5.9%
340 Oakwood Village (Cuyahoga County) 3,692 3,652 1.1%
341 Northfield 3,677 3,709 -0.9%
342 Richfield 3,647 3,618 0.8%
343 Mogadore 3,645 4,054 -10.1%
344 Swanton 3,637 3,812 -4.6%
345 Shadyside 3,623 3,810 -4.9%
346 South Point 3,609 3,773 -4.3%
347 Greenhills 3,596 3,671 -2.0%
348 Gallipolis 3,589 3,560 0.8%
349 Golf Manor 3,549 3,648 -2.7%
350 Calcutta 3,538 4,279 -17.3%
351 Brimfield 3,526 3,318 6.3%
352 Ross 3,526 3,246 8.6%
353 Carey 3,516 3,826 -8.1%
354 Minerva 3,482 3,346 4.1%
355 Mineral Ridge 3,477 3,413 1.9%
356 Paulding 3,465 3,893 -11.0%
357 Lockland 3,459 3,463 -0.1%
358 Sherwood 3,448 3,482 -1.0%
359 Dillonvale 3,441 3,514 -2.1%
360 Mariemont 3,429 3,372 1.7%
361 Mount Gilead 3,428 3,789 -9.5%
362 Lake Lakengren 3,415 3,406 0.3%
363 Mayfield 3,397 3,427 -0.9%
364 Cleves 3,394 3,115 9.0%
365 Wellsville 3,393 3,647 -7.0%
366 Four Bridges 3,387 2,337 44.9%
367 Mingo Junction 3,358 3,461 -3.0%
368 Lincoln Heights 3,337 3,399 -1.8%
369 Taylor Creek 3,336 3,554 -6.1%
370 Jefferson 3,327 3,235 2.8%
371 Woodlawn 3,319 3,171 4.7%
372 New Bremen 3,318 3,006 10.4%
373 Moreland Hills 3,316 3,309 0.2%
374 North Baltimore 3,316 3,445 -3.7%
375 Lord 3,300 3,429 -3.8%
376 Richville 3,298 3,405 -3.1%
377 Beechwood Trails 3,297 3,262 1.1%
378 Orange 3,285 3,286 0.0%
379 Delshire 3,277 3,192 2.7%
380 Salem Heights 3,277 3,979 -17.6%
381 Hicksville 3,253 3,337 -2.5%
382 Uniontown 3,250 3,433 -5.3%
383 Greentown 3,240 3,212 0.9%
384 West Union 3,231 2,810 15.0%
385 Delta 3,210 2,980 7.7%
386 Cadiz 3,196 3,336 -4.2%
387 Millersburg 3,165 3,071 3.1%
388 Madison 3,164 3,137 0.9%
389 Mcdonald 3,116 3,307 -5.8%
390 Walbridge 3,110 3,088 0.7%
391 Doyle 3,097 3,026 2.3%
392 Fairport Harbor 3,091 3,123 -1.0%
393 Lakemore 3,085 2,994 3.0%
394 Carrollton 3,064 3,397 -9.8%
395 Waynesville 3,038 2,876 5.6%
396 Hartville 3,016 2,866 5.2%
397 The Plains 3,001 3,115 -3.7%
398 Baltimore 2,982 2,984 -0.1%
399 Day Heights 2,910 2,718 7.1%
400 Bainbridge 2,870 3,378 -15.0%
401 Evendale 2,859 2,809 1.8%
402 Lodi 2,849 2,828 0.7%
403 North Kingsville 2,816 2,877 -2.1%
404 Strasburg 2,814 2,706 4.0%
405 Sixteen Mile Stand 2,804 2,931 -4.3%
406 Mount Healthy Heights 2,796 3,479 -19.6%
407 West Portsmouth 2,795 3,092 -9.6%
408 Buckeye Lake 2,792 2,798 -0.2%
409 Bethel 2,770 2,727 1.6%
410 Dennison 2,745 3,205 -14.4%
411 Ballville 2,737 3,174 -13.8%
412 Minster 2,727 2,670 2.1%
413 Oak Harbor 2,724 2,780 -2.0%
414 Lisbon 2,713 2,901 -6.5%
415 Middlefield 2,707 2,626 3.1%
416 Versailles 2,676 2,651 0.9%
417 Crooksville 2,675 2,543 5.2%
418 New Richmond 2,666 2,557 4.3%
419 Ne 2,658 2,618 1.5%
420 Loudonville 2,654 2,818 -5.8%
421 Covington 2,653 2,605 1.8%
422 Burlington 2,643 2,516 5.0%
423 Dry Ridge 2,630 3,144 -16.3%
424 New Concord 2,627 2,459 6.8%
425 Devola 2,599 2,600 0.0%
426 Seville 2,598 2,154 20.6%
427 Garrettsville 2,594 2,660 -2.5%
428 Gibsonburg 2,591 2,629 -1.4%
429 Poland 2,582 2,601 -0.7%
430 Wright-Patterson Afb 2,579 3,151 -18.2%
431 Williamsburg 2,535 2,411 5.1%
432 Skyline Acres 2,522 1,946 29.6%
433 Silver Lake 2,511 2,561 -2.0%
434 St. Henry 2,503 2,774 -9.8%
435 Gambier 2,498 2,200 13.5%
436 Frederic 2,494 2,496 -0.1%
437 Enon 2,479 2,557 -3.1%
438 New London 2,458 2,459 0.0%
439 Sabina 2,454 2,716 -9.6%
440 West Lafayette 2,445 2,304 6.1%
441 New Miami 2,416 2,198 9.9%
442 Leipsic 2,402 2,242 7.1%
443 North Zanesville 2,390 3,027 -21.0%
444 Richwood 2,381 2,236 6.5%
445 New Boston 2,375 2,308 2.9%
446 Lagrange 2,375 1,886 25.9%
447 Woodsfield 2,371 2,438 -2.7%
448 Spencerville 2,367 2,245 5.4%
449 Green Meadows 2,366 2,365 0.0%
450 Byesville 2,360 2,315 1.9%
451 Terrace Park 2,350 2,250 4.4%
452 Churchill 2,328 2,644 -12.0%
453 Wilberforce 2,291 1,068 114.5%
454 Bellville 2,278 2,043 11.5%
455 Chesterland 2,277 2,420 -5.9%
456 Columbus Grove 2,272 2,016 12.7%
457 Roseville 2,262 1,853 22.1%
458 Shawnee Hills 2,254 2,206 2.2%
459 South Zanesville 2,253 1,906 18.2%
460 Bolindale 2,246 2,870 -21.7%
461 Glendale 2,228 2,314 -3.7%
462 Genoa 2,221 2,641 -15.9%
463 Sugarcreek 2,220 2,233 -0.6%
464 Walton Hills 2,215 2,259 -1.9%
465 Hunter 2,210 2,509 -11.9%
466 Gates Mills 2,198 2,171 1.2%
467 Hebron 2,183 2,053 6.3%
468 Caldwell 2,172 1,400 55.1%
469 Brewster 2,159 2,314 -6.7%
470 Piketon 2,137 1,874 14.0%
471 Middleport 2,137 2,526 -15.4%
472 Edgerton 2,132 2,040 4.5%
473 Elida 2,120 2,148 -1.3%
474 Leetonia 2,118 1,961 8.0%
475 Woodville 2,118 2,003 5.7%
476 South Bloomfield 2,116 1,740 21.6%
477 Arcanum 2,110 2,400 -12.1%
478 Creston 2,091 2,255 -7.3%
479 Jame 2,082 1,870 11.3%
480 St. Paris 2,059 1,984 3.8%
481 West Hill 2,045 2,147 -4.8%
482 Valley View 2,013 1,946 3.4%
483 Rosemount 1,993 2,198 -9.3%
484 Drexel 1,991 2,161 -7.9%
485 Mount Sterling 1,988 1,822 9.1%
486 Windham 1,988 2,303 -13.7%
487 Bradford 1,962 1,869 5.0%
488 Camden 1,942 1,917 1.3%
489 South Charleston 1,937 1,595 21.4%
490 Manchester 1,933 1,630 18.6%
491 Glenmoor 1,918 1,706 12.4%
492 Cardington 1,911 2,170 -11.9%
493 Mcconnelsville 1,910 1,796 6.3%
494 Elmwood Place 1,907 2,012 -5.2%
495 Masury 1,893 2,290 -17.3%
496 Loveland Park 1,888 1,208 56.3%
497 Peebles 1,851 2,087 -11.3%
498 Coal Grove 1,811 2,094 -13.5%
499 South Amherst 1,807 1,840 -1.8%
500 Lewisburg 1,806 2,007 -10.0%

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