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Strongsville is a suburb of Cleveland and is located in Cuyahoga County OH. Strongsville has a small-town charm combined with a business community. It consists of a little over 24 square miles and has a population of a little over 44K. Area code 440 is assigned to Strongsville. It has three zip codes for the area which are 44017, 44136, and 44149. It lies in Cuyahoga County at the borders of Lake Erie and Lake Erie. Strongsville was the site of a major manufacturing base for steel during World War II.
The area has many companies in the manufacturing field including a Ford plant. Some of the major employers in Strongsville include General Motors, Nucor Steel, Archer Daniels Midland, Procter & Gamble, and Specialty Steel. A wide variety of medical services are available in Strongsville including Health Alliance, St. Luke’s Hospital, and the University of Ohio.
Strongsville has a post office at Strongsville Courier Dispatch. Strongsville is located at (41.488630, -81.235540). The median resident age is 45.7 years old and the estimated median household income is $91K. Strongsville’s approximate total area is 24.7 square miles. The average home is $222K, which is slightly higher than the average Ohio home, which is $157K. The typical rent is $1,027/month.
As of the census of 2010, there were 44,750 people, 17K households, and 12K families residing in the city. The population density was 750 people per square mile. Most are married in Strongsville, at a little over 60%.
On Feb. 25 1818 Strongsville became a town. It was a stop on the underground railroad system. The mid-19th century home is still there today. It was named after John Stoughton Strong who was a land agent from Vermont and an early pioneer of the area. It carries the nickname
“Crossroads of the nation”.
Today Strongsville is going through rapid growth. There are new businesses and many apartments in the area. The city has expanded and we still have the same charm as it was early on.
Strongsville is the home to The Strongsville Museum and it’s the birthplace of The Ohio State University. In fact, they had a statue of famed poet John Greenleaf Whittier in front of the museum for about fifty years before it was removed.
The museum is located at 13305 Pearl Rd, Cleveland, OH 44136, and is open from the last Sunday in May through Columbus Day (October 13th). The Strongsville Historical Society is located at 13305 Pearl Rd, Cleveland, OH 44136. They are open from the 1st Wednesday of every month from 6 to 8 PM.
It is one of the largest cities in the county and the county seat of Cuyahoga County. It is also the sixth largest city and third-largest county in Ohio, with a population of 24,894 at the 2010 census.
The city is referred to as the “Athens of the Midwest” because of its college culture and art community. Dating back to the middle of the twentieth century, Cleveland was a major manufacturer of electric power tools and now is a leading center for medical innovation and e-commerce. In 2012, Cleveland was ranked the 10th best place to start a business among US cities.
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