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Ohio Median Age

Median Age in Largest Cities


RankMedian Age
1.Columbus30.60
2.Cleveland33
3.Cincinnati32.10
4.Toledo33.20
5.Akron34.20
6.Dayton32.40
7.Youngstown36.40
8.Parma39.40
9.Canton34.40
10.Lorain34.40
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Cities with Lowest Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMedian Age
1.Oxford21.30
2.Athens21.50
3.Ada22
4.Bowling Green22.40
5.Kent22.90
6.Oberlin23.60
7.Nelsonville26.80
8.Painesville30.50
9.Columbus30.60
10.Fairborn31.30
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Cities with Highest Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMedian Age
1.Beachwood51.60
2.Woodbourne-Hyde Park48.30
3.Pepper Pike47.90
4.Seven Hills47.30
5.St. Clairsville46
6.Columbiana45.50
7.Montrose-Ghent45.50
8.Kenwood45.30
9.Lyndhurst44.70
10.Sandusky South44.70
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Cities with Lowest Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMedian Age
1.Gambier20.70
2.Wilberforce20.70
3.Cedarville20.80
4.Hiram20.80
5.Rio Grande21.10
6.Oxford21.30
7.Athens21.50
8.New Concord21.70
9.Ada22
10.Bowling Green22.40
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Cities with Highest Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMedian Age
1.Meyers Lake52.60
2.Waite Hill52.10
3.Beachwood51.60
4.Bratenahl51.20
5.Hunting Valley50.60
6.Marble Cliff49.20
7.Marblehead48.90
8.Walton Hills48.50
9.Woodbourne-Hyde Park48.30
10.Amberley48.20
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