Largest Cities in Ohio

Ohio (Indian ‘beautiful river’; abbreviated O. or OH) state in the United States between the Ohio River and Lake Erie, at 107,044 km². Ohio has about 11.5 million inhabitants, and the largest city and capital is Columbus.

The state is rich in natural resources such as coal, oil, natural gas, lime and salt, something that is the basis for, among other things, the chemical industry and the machinery and steel industry. Furthermore, maize, halibut, soybeans and vegetables are grown by Lake Eriesjøen, and tobacco in the south. Cattle and pig farming is also a major industry.

The area was counted as a territory from 1800, and as a state from 1803. Ohio is called Buckeye State.

Biggest Cities of Ohio by Population

Rank City State Population
1 Columbus OH 787144
2 Cleveland OH 396926
3 Cincinnati OH 297054
4 Toledo OH 287319
5 Akron OH 199221
6 Dayton OH 141638
7 Parma OH 81712
8 Canton OH 73118
9 Youngstown OH 67093
10 Lorain OH 64208
11 Hamilton OH 62588
12 Springfield OH 60719
13 Kettering OH 56274
14 Elyria OH 54644
15 Lakewood OH 52242
16 Cuyahoga Falls OH 49763
17 Euclid OH 49031
18 Middletown OH 48805
19 Mansfield OH 47932
20 Newark OH 47684
21 Mentor OH 47270
22 Cleveland Heights OH 46232
23 Beavercreek OH 45304
24 Strongsville OH 44861
25 Fairfield OH 42621
26 Dublin OH 41862
27 Warren OH 41668
28 Findlay OH 41313
29 Lancaster OH 38891
30 Lima OH 38882
31 Huber Heights OH 38212
32 Marion OH 36948
33 Westerville OH 36231
34 Reynoldsburg OH 36004
35 Grove City OH 35686
36 Stow OH 34948
37 Delaware OH 34864
38 Brunswick OH 34366
39 Upper Arlington OH 33882

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