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In the U.S. state of Ohio, a city is legislatively defined as a municipality of population 5,000 or more. The 2008-2009 Roster[1] provided by the Ohio Secretary of State enumerates 251 cities (and 681 villages) in the state.

Section 703.01(A) of the Ohio Revised Code states:

Municipal corporations, which, at the last federal census, had a population of five thousand or more, or five thousand registered resident electors or resident voters as provided in section 703.011 of the Revised Code, are cities. All other municipal corporations are villages. Cities, which, at any federal census, have a population of less than five thousand, shall become villages. Villages, which, at any federal census, have a population of five thousand or more, shall become cities.

The requirements for incorporating as a city however are more stringent. In order to incorporate as a city the territory to be incorporated must meet the following conditions per section 707.29 of the Ohio Revised Code:

  1. It shall consist of not less than four square miles.
  2. It shall have a population of not less than twenty-five thousand and a population density of at least one thousand persons per square mile.
  3. It shall have an assessed valuation of real, personal, and public utility property subject, except as otherwise provided in division (A)(3) of this section, to general property taxation of at least twenty-five hundred dollars per capita. In determining per capita assessed valuation under division (A)(3) of this section, the assessed valuation of any tangible personal property, buildings, structures, improvements, and fixtures that are exempt from taxation under division (B) of section 5709.081 [5709.08.1] of the Revised Code shall be added to the assessed valuation of real, personal, and public utility property subject to general property taxation.
  4. It shall not completely surround an existing municipal corporation.
  5. It shall be contiguous.

Municipality names are not unique: there is a village of Centerville and a city of Centerville; also a city of Oakwood and two similarly named villages: Oakwood, Cuyahoga County, Ohio and Oakwood, Paulding County, Ohio.

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Population is as of the 2000 census.[1]

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Map of USA highlighting Ohio

Map of USA & Ohio

Colsskyline

Columbus

Downtown Cleveland from Edgewater State Park

Cleveland

Cincinnati oh skyline

Cincinnati

Toledo Ohio skyline

Toledo

AkronPanorama

Akron

Dayton Skyline

Dayton

Population   County
  • Ada
  • 5,582  Hardin County
  • Akron
  • 217,074  Summit County
  • Alliance
  • 23,253  Stark County and Mahoning County
  • Amherst
  • 11,797  Lorain County
  • Ashland
  • 21,249  Ashland County
  • Ashtabula
  • 20,962  Ashtabula County
  • Athens
  • 21,342  Athens County
  • Aurora
  • 13,556  Portage County
  • Avon
  • 11,446  Lorain County
  • Avon Lake
  • 20,145  Lorain County

    BEdit

    Population   County
  • Barberton
  • 27,899  Summit County
  • Bay Village
  • 16,087  Cuyahoga County
  • Beachwood
  • 12,186  Cuyahoga County
  • Beavercreek
  • 37,984  Greene County
  • Bedford
  • 14,214  Cuyahoga County
  • Bedford Heights
  • 11,375  Cuyahoga County
  • Bellbrook
  • 7,009  Greene County
  • Bellefontaine
  • 13,069  Logan County
  • Bellevue
  • 8,193  Huron County, Sandusky County, Erie County and Seneca County
  • Belpre
  • 6,660  Washington County
  • Berea
  • 18,970  Cuyahoga County
  • Bexley
  • 13,203  Franklin County
  • Blue Ash
  • 12,513  Hamilton County
  • Bowling Green
  • 29,636  Wood County
  • Brecksville
  • 13,382  Cuyahoga County
  • Broadview Heights
  • 15,967  Cuyahoga County
  • Brook Park
  • 21,218  Cuyahoga County
  • Brooklyn
  • 11,586  Cuyahoga County
  • Brookville
  • 5,289  Montgomery County
  • Brunswick
  • 33,388  Medina County
  • Bryan
  • 8,333  Williams County
  • Bucyrus
  • 13,224  Crawford County

    CEdit

    Population   County
  • Cambridge
  • 11,520  Guernsey County
  • Campbell
  • 9,460  Mahoning County
  • Canal Fulton
  • 5,061  Stark County
  • Canfield
  • 7,374  Mahoning County
  • Canton
  • 80,806  Stark County
  • Carlisle
  • 5,121  Warren County and Montgomery County
  • Celina
  • 10,303  Mercer County
  • Centerville
  • 23,024  Montgomery County and Greene County
  • Chardon
  • 5,156  Geauga County
  • Cheviot
  • 9,015  Hamilton County
  • Chillicothe
  • 21,796  Ross County
  • Cincinnati
  • 332,323  Hamilton County
  • Circleville
  • 13,485  Pickaway County
  • Clayton
  • 13,347  Montgomery County and Miami County
  • Cleveland
  • 480,032  Cuyahoga County
  • Cleveland Heights
  • 49,958  Cuyahoga County
  • Clyde
  • 6,064  Sandusky County
  • Columbiana
  • 5,635  Columbiana County and Mahoning County
  • Columbus
  • 759,755  Franklin County, Delaware County and Fairfield County
  • Conneaut
  • 12,485  Ashtabula County
  • Cortland
  • 6,830  Trumbull County
  • Coshocton
  • 11,682  Coshocton County
  • Crestline
  • 5,088  Crawford County and Richland County
  • Cuyahoga Falls
  • 49,374  Summit County

    DEdit

    Population   County
  • Dayton
  • 166,179  Montgomery County
  • Deer Park
  • 5,982  Hamilton County
  • Defiance
  • 16,465  Defiance County
  • Delaware
  • 25,243  Delaware County
  • Delphos
  • 6,944  Allen County and Van Wert County
  • Dover
  • 12,210  Tuscarawas County
  • Dublin
  • 31,392  Franklin County, Delaware County and Union County

    EEdit

    Population   County
  • East Cleveland
  • 27,217  Cuyahoga County
  • East Liverpool
  • 13,089  Columbiana County
  • East Palestine
  • 4,917  Columbiana County
  • Eastlake
  • 20,255  Lake County
  • Eaton
  • 8,133  Preble County
  • Elyria
  • 55,953  Lorain County
  • Englewood
  • 12,235  Montgomery County
  • Euclid
  • 52,717  Cuyahoga County

    FEdit

    Population   County
  • Fairborn
  • 32,052  Greene County
  • Fairfield
  • 42,097  Butler County
  • Fairlawn
  • 7,307  Summit County
  • Fairview Park
  • 17,572  Cuyahoga County
  • Findlay
  • 38,967  Hancock County
  • Forest Park
  • 19,463  Hamilton County
  • Fostoria
  • 13,931  Seneca County, Hancock County and Wood County
  • Franklin
  • 11,396  Warren County
  • Fremont
  • 17,375  Sandusky County

    GEdit

    Population   County
  • Gahanna
  • 32,636  Franklin County
  • Galion
  • 11,341  Crawford County
  • Garfield Heights
  • 30,734  Cuyahoga County
  • Geneva
  • 6,595  Ashtabula County
  • Girard
  • 10,902  Trumbull County
  • Grandview Heights
  • 6,695  Franklin County
  • Green
  • 22,817  Summit County
  • Greenfield
  • 4,906  Highland County
  • Greenville
  • 13,294  Darke County
  • Grove City
  • 27,075  Franklin County

    HEdit

    Population   County
  • Hamilton
  • 60,690  Butler County
  • Harrison
  • 7,487  Hamilton County
  • Heath
  • 8,527  Licking County
  • Highland Heights
  • 8,082  Cuyahoga County
  • Hilliard
  • 24,230  Franklin County
  • Hillsboro
  • 6,368  Highland County
  • Hubbard
  • 8,284  Trumbull County
  • Huber Heights
  • 38,212  Montgomery County and Miami County
  • Hudson
  • 22,439  Summit County
  • Huron
  • 7,958  Erie County

    IEdit

    Population   County
  • Independence
  • 7,109  Cuyahoga County
  • Indian Hill
  • 5,907  Hamilton County
  • Ironton
  • 11,211  Lawrence County

    JEdit

    Population   County
  • Jackson
  • 6,184  Jackson County

    KEdit

    Population   County
  • Kent
  • 27,906  Portage County
  • Kenton
  • 8,336  Hardin County
  • Kettering
  • 57,502  Montgomery County and Greene County
  • Kirtland
  • 6,670  Lake County

    LEdit

    Population   County
  • Lakewood
  • 56,646  Cuyahoga County
  • Lancaster
  • 35,335  Fairfield County
  • Lebanon
  • 16,962  Warren County
  • Lima
  • 40,081  Allen County
  • Logan
  • 6,704  Hocking County
  • London
  • 8,771  Madison County
  • Lorain
  • 68,652  Lorain County
  • Louisville
  • 8,904  Stark County
  • Loveland
  • 11,677  Hamilton County, Clermont County and Warren County
  • Lyndhurst
  • 15,279  Cuyahoga County

    MEdit

    Population   County
  • Macedonia
  • 9,224  Summit County
  • Madeira
  • 8,923  Hamilton County
  • Mansfield
  • 49,346  Richland County
  • Maple Heights
  • 26,156  Cuyahoga County
  • Marietta
  • 14,515  Washington County
  • Marion
  • 35,318  Marion County
  • Martins Ferry
  • 7,226  Belmont County
  • Marysville
  • 15,942  Union County
  • Mason
  • 22,016  Warren County
  • Massillon
  • 31,325  Stark County
  • Maumee
  • 15,237  Lucas County
  • Mayfield Heights
  • 19,386  Cuyahoga County
  • Medina
  • 25,139  Medina County
  • Mentor
  • 50,278  Lake County
  • Mentor-on-the-Lake
  • 8,127  Lake County
  • Miamisburg
  • 19,489  Montgomery County
  • Middleburg Heights
  • 15,542  Cuyahoga County
  • Middletown
  • 51,605  Butler County
  • Milford
  • 6,284  Clermont County
  • Monroe
  • 7,133  Butler County and Warren County
  • Montgomery
  • 10,163  Hamilton County
  • Moraine
  • 6,897  Montgomery County
  • Mount Healthy
  • 7,149  Hamilton County
  • Mount Vernon
  • 14,375  Knox County
  • Munroe Falls
  • 5,314  Summit County

    NEdit

    Population   County
  • Napoleon
  • 9,318  Henry County
  • Nelsonville
  • 5,230  Athens County
  • New Albany
  • 7,724  Franklin County and Licking County
  • New Carlisle
  • 5,735  Clark County
  • New Franklin
  • 14,530  Summit County
  • New Lexington
  • 5,033  Perry County
  • New Philadelphia
  • 17,056  Tuscarawas County
  • Newark
  • 46,279  Licking County
  • Newton Falls
  • 5,002  Trumbull County
  • Niles
  • 20,932  Trumbull County
  • North Canton
  • 16,369  Stark County
  • North College Hill
  • 10,082  Hamilton County
  • North Olmsted
  • 34,113  Cuyahoga County
  • North Ridgeville
  • 22,338  Lorain County
  • North Royalton
  • 28,648  Cuyahoga County
  • Northwood
  • 5,471  Wood County
  • Norton
  • 11,523  Summit County
  • Norwalk
  • 16,238  Huron County
  • Norwood
  • 21,675  Hamilton County

    OEdit

    Population   County
  • Oakwood
  • 9,215  Montgomery County
  • Oberlin
  • 8,195  Lorain County
  • Olmsted Falls
  • 7,962  Cuyahoga County
  • Ontario
  • 5,303  Richland County
  • Oregon
  • 19,355  Lucas County
  • Orrville
  • 8,551  Wayne County
  • Oxford
  • 21,943  Butler County

    PEdit

    Population   County
  • Painesville
  • 17,503  Lake County
  • Parma
  • 85,655  Cuyahoga County
  • Parma Heights
  • 21,659  Cuyahoga County
  • Pataskala
  • 10,249  Licking County
  • Pepper Pike
  • 6,040  Cuyahoga County
  • Perrysburg
  • 16,949  Wood County
  • Pickerington
  • 14,792  Fairfield County and Franklin County
  • Piqua
  • 20,738  Miami County
  • Piqua
  • 20,738  Miami County


  • Port Clinton
  • 6,391  Ottawa County
  • Portsmouth
  • 20,909  Scioto County
  • Powell
  • 6,247  Delaware County

    REdit

    Population   County
  • Ravenna
  • 11,771  Portage County
  • Reading
  • 11,292  Hamilton County
  • Reynoldsburg
  • 32,069  Franklin County, Fairfield County and Licking County
  • Richmond Heights
  • 10,944  Cuyahoga County
  • Rittman
  • 6,314  Wayne County
  • Riverside
  • 23,545  Montgomery County
  • Rocky River
  • 20,735  Cuyahoga County
  • Rossford
  • 6,406  Wood County

    SEdit

    Population   County
  • St. Bernard
  • 5,137  Hamilton County
  • St. Clairsville
  • 5,057  Belmont County
  • St. Marys
  • 8,342  Auglaize County
  • Salem
  • 12,197  Columbiana County
  • Sandusky
  • 27,844  Erie County
  • Seven Hills
  • 12,080  Cuyahoga County
  • Shaker Heights
  • 29,405  Cuyahoga County
  • Sharonville
  • 13,804  Hamilton County and Butler County
  • Sheffield Lake
  • 9,371  Lorain County
  • Shelby
  • 9,821  Richland County
  • Sidney
  • 20,211  Shelby County
  • Silverton
  • 5,178  Hamilton County
  • Solon
  • 21,802  Cuyahoga County
  • South Euclid
  • 23,537  Cuyahoga County
  • Springboro
  • 12,380  Warren County and Montgomery County
  • Springdale
  • 10,563  Hamilton County
  • Springfield
  • 65,358  Clark County
  • Steubenville
  • 19,015  Jefferson County
  • Stow
  • 32,139  Summit County
  • Streetsboro
  • 12,311  Portage County
  • Strongsville
  • 43,858  Cuyahoga County
  • Struthers
  • 11,756  Mahoning County
  • Sylvania
  • 18,670  Lucas County

    TEdit

    Population   County
  • Tallmadge
  • 16,390  Summit County and Portage County
  • Tiffin
  • 18,135  Seneca County
  • Tipp City
  • 9,221  Miami County
  • Toledo
  • 313,619  Lucas County
  • Toronto
  • 5,676  Jefferson County
  • Trenton
  • 8,746  Butler County
  • Trotwood
  • 27,420  Montgomery County
  • Troy
  • 21,999  Miami County
  • Twinsburg
  • 17,006  Summit County

    UEdit

    Population   County
  • Uhrichsville
  • 5,662  Tuscarawas County
  • Union
  • 5,574  Montgomery County and Miami County
  • University Heights
  • 14,146  Cuyahoga County
  • Upper Arlington
  • 33,686  Franklin County
  • Upper Sandusky
  • 6,533  Wyandot County
  • Urbana
  • 11,613  Champaign County

    VEdit

    Population   County
  • Van Wert
  • 10,690  Van Wert County
  • Vandalia
  • 14,603  Montgomery County
  • Vermilion
  • 10,927  Lorain County and Erie County

    WEdit

    Population   County
  • Wadsworth
  • 18,437  Medina County
  • Wapakoneta
  • 9,474  Auglaize County
  • Warren
  • 46,832  Trumbull County
  • Warrensville Heights
  • 15,109  Cuyahoga County
  • Washington Court House
  • 13,524  Fayette County
  • Wauseon
  • 7,091  Fulton County
  • Waverly
  • 4,433  Pike County
  • Wellston
  • 6,078  Jackson County
  • West Carrollton
  • 13,818  Montgomery County
  • Westerville
  • 35,318  Franklin County and Delaware County
  • Westlake
  • 31,719  Cuyahoga County
  • Whitehall
  • 19,201  Franklin County
  • Wickliffe
  • 13,484  Lake County
  • Willard
  • 6,806  Huron County
  • Willoughby
  • 22,621  Lake County
  • Willoughby Hills
  • 8,595  Lake County
  • Willowick
  • 14,361  Lake County
  • Wilmington
  • 11,921  Clinton County
  • Wooster
  • 24,811  Wayne County
  • Worthington
  • 14,125  Franklin County
  • Wyoming
  • 8,261  Hamilton County

    XEdit

    Population   County
  • Xenia
  • 24,164  Greene County

    YEdit

    Population   County
  • Youngstown
  • 82,026  Mahoning County

    ZEdit

    Population   County
  • Zanesville
  • 25,586  Muskingum County

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