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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.

See also[]

Population is as of the 2000 census.[1]

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A[]

Map of USA & Ohio

Columbus

Cleveland

Cincinnati

Toledo

Akron

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

    B[]

    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

    C[]

    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

    D[]

    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

    E[]

    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

    F[]

    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

    G[]

    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

    H[]

    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

    I[]

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

    J[]

    Population   County
  • Jackson
  • 6,184   Jackson County

    K[]

    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

    L[]

    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

    M[]

    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

    N[]

    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

    O[]

    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

    P[]

    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

    R[]

    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

    S[]

    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

    T[]

    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

    U[]

    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

    V[]

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

    W[]

    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

    X[]

    Population   County
  • Xenia
  • 24,164   Greene County

    Y[]

    Population   County
  • Youngstown
  • 82,026   Mahoning County

    Z[]

    Population   County
  • Zanesville
  • 25,586   Muskingum County

    References[]



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