Ohio’s Richest and Poorest Places

On July 1, 2015, we updated the demographic data in the Ohio HomeTownLocator Gazetteer with new estimates for 1,204 Ohio places including 938 incorporated places (250 cities and 688 villages) and 266 census designated places (CDPs). See Gazetteer References & Data Sources for methodology.

There is population, housing and income data for the current year and forecasted growth rates for the next five years. Using a simple online data comparison tool, we’ve identified Ohio’s richest and poorest places using the July 1, 2015 estimates of Average Household Income.

The Village of Hunting Valley in Cuyahoga County has the highest Average Household Income in Ohio with an average estimated to be $259,554. Hunting Valley has a total population of 669 and 265 households. Average household size is 2.52 people. The vast majority of housing is Owner Occupied (68.5%) with 18.2% of the housing units identified as vacant. Average Home Value in Hunting Valley is $984,389.

The Village of New Boston in Scioto County has the lowest Average Household Income in Ohio with the average estimated to be $27,220. New Boston has a population of 2,357 with 1,108 households. Average household size is 2.08. Owners occupancy is just 32.6% of the housing units with renters occupancy of 59.9%. Vacant housing units are 7.4% of the total housing units. Average Home Value in New Boston is $92,411.

See links below for more data about Ohio places and ZIP Codes:

  1. Top-Twenty Richest Ohio Places
  2. Twenty of the Poorest Ohio Places
  3. Top-Twenty Richest Ohio ZIP Codes
  4. Twenty of the Poorest Ohio ZIP Codes

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