Area Code 234 Location - Ohio

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Area Code 234, Ohio Cities, Neighborhoods and Local Features

  • Akron
  • Alliance
  • Austintown
  • Barberton
  • Boardman
  • Brunswick
  • North Canton
  • Cuyahoga Falls
  • Green
  • Hudson
  • Kent
  • Massillon
  • Medina
  • Niles
  • Stow
  • Warren
  • Wooster
  • Youngstown

OhioOne of the fifty states that make up the United States of America is Ohio. This state is located at position No. 34 with respect to the largest area; while it stands out in seventh place in terms of population and tenth as densely populated. Its name is due to the Ohio River, which in the Iroquois native language is translated as "Long River", or "Great River". However, it is also known by its Buckeye State nickname, given by the Aesculus trees; a class of chestnut trees that covered much of the forests and areas of Ohio. On the other hand, this state is the possessor of a temperate time, in which the four seasons are perceived. In this way, the summers become quite hot and the winters are very fresh; although in this last season, the climate is unstable. Ohio is part of the Northeast Center division, which is located in the Midwest region. Thus, in its northern part is Lake Erie, by northeast is Michigan, to the east, it borders Pennsylvania; while, in the southwest, West Virginia is located, which separates the Ohio River, located in the south. Likewise, it borders Kentucky to the southwest and finally in west Indiana will be found. Also, the capital is the city of Columbus, which is the largest area with more inhabitants of the state.On the other hand, the most important cities of the state of Ohio, separating its capital, Columbus, are Cleveland, Toledo, Cincinnati, Akron, Youngstown, Dayton, Springfield, and Canton. Similarly, they are, although less renowned, other cities such as Hamilton, Chillicothe, Lorain, Lakewood, and Zanesville. The geographical location of the state of Ohio confers many advantages that have allowed it to grow economically and demographically. Such is the case of the creation of roads with excellent deployment; which places the state as the tenth in the nation with the largest highway network. Likewise, being the border with large lakes and rivers admits the placement of loading and unloading ports. As a result, there is a large trade of merchandise and business that favors the development of the state. In this sense, the economy of the state is clearly linked to its geographical distribution. Therefore, the highest income for the same occurs through the secondary sector which corresponds to manufacturing production. In this way, the main products that are made in Ohio are directed to the transport industry with equipment. Also, machinery, chemicals, food, steel and metals, rubbers and polymers are manufactured.

AkronAkron: Located in Summit County, it is considered the fifth largest city in the state of Ohio; counting with an extension of almost 162 square kilometers. Also, its western margin is the Glaciated Allegheny Plateau, which is about 30 miles south of Cleveland.This city is known mainly for the history it keeps regarding the rubber and tire industry. This is due to the fact that, in the 18th century, the manufacture of rubber was born and grew. In this sense, in the year 1869, by the hand of B.F. Goodrich, the inaugural rubber company of the city of Akron was founded. And then new companies like General Tire, Firestone, and Goodyear's union with The Kelly-Springfield Tire Company emerged. In this way, it was considered that these companies also made a great contribution in the research areas. For the twentieth century, the boom of this industry produced a rapid growth of the city. Because, people from other cities, states, and even countries, moved to Akron to work. For that reason, companies like Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and Bridgestone have built their world's leading centers in the city of Akron, which has transformed it into "the rubber capital of the world". On the other hand, due to the decline in manufacturing that occurred over the years, the industrial sector of Akron has been renovated to other areas; such as research, technology, and finance. In this way, the city is also home to companies such as Myers Industries, Stirling Jewelers, Advanced Elastomer Systems, GOJO and Acme Fresh Market.

AllianceAlliance: It is one of the cities that make up the state of Ohio in the United States. Alliance was established in the year 1854 through the union of 3 communities of small dimensions. According to a registry made by the United States Census Bureau, in 2010, it has 23.23 square kilometers; where, 23.10 concern the mainland, and would only be 0.10 kilometers of water. In this regard, also, according to the 2010 census, there are approximately 22,322 people living there; therefore, a population density of 961.04 inhabitants is estimated for each square kilometer of surface area. Much of the city is located in Stark County; however, a small portion is found in Mahoning County. In this way, it limits the northeast of Canton to about 26 km. Also, about 43 km adjoins the southwest of Youngstown and southeast of Cleveland about 82 kilometers. On the other hand, although in the city it does not have lakes within its borders; part of the Mahoning River moves across the northeast of it. Likewise, Alliance is known as the "city of carnations". This is because it is linked to the scarlet carnation, which symbolizes the flower of the state of Ohio. Also, during a long period of the twentieth century, the city was characterized by its railways and being a manufacturing center. On the other hand, the well-known University of Mount Union was established in the city of Alliance in the year 1846. Said university is private and stands out for its specialty in free arts.

AustintownAustintown: Located in Mahoning County, Ohio, Austintown is a census-designated site (CDP). Geographically, its coordinates are 41 ° 5'31 "north and 80 ° 44'18" west, distributed in an absolute space of 30.21 square kilometers; of which the majority (30.12 km2) is land and the rest water (only 0.09 km2).Thus, on that surface, according to a census conducted in 2010, the city had 29,677 inhabitants. Therefore, the population density was 982.37 inhabitants per square kilometer. Among which, 89.92% were white, 6.9% were African-American; 2.68% belongs to Latinos and Hispanics without distinction of races. In the same context, Austintown as a census-designated place occupies less than half of Austintown; mostly located in the east of the mentioned municipality, which limits in the western margins of Youngstown. In this way, the city is part of Boardman, Warren, and Youngstown. On the other hand, diverse important routes of the state of Ohio end or transit through this city, Example of it would be, route 11, which is about the highway north/south and crosses Austintown; having access from the 39 ledges. Likewise, there is interstate 80, which has a passage from the 223 ledges and passes through the north of the city. Another example is interstate 680, which although it does not have access to the city, transits it from the east to the west, through the north zone.

BarbertonBarberton: It is a city of the state Ohio, located in the county of Summit, with the axes 41 ° 0'25 "North and 81 ° 36'16" West. This city has a territorial extension of 23.98 kilometers2; of which 97.62% is land and only 2.38% is water. Within this area, according to data taken from a census conducted in 2010, the city had 26,550 inhabitants. In this way, a population density of 1,107.38 people is established for each square kilometer; distributed in 6,880 families and 11,054 households. Within this group of residents, it was found that 90.82% were white people, while 5.86% were of African-American descent. Likewise, Asians represented 0.29%, American Indians occupied 0.32% and 0.05% belonged to Pacific islands; people of different races, totaled 2.24% and 1.35% of the entire population was Latino and Hispanic. Being located in the adjacencies of the city of Akron, it is a segment of the Metropolitan Statistical Area of the same. On the other hand, in the center of the town of Barberton, there is Lake Anna with an area of 4000 meters. The same gets its name in commemoration of Anna Laura Barber, who was the daughter of O. C. Barber. Said lake, is a natural thermal spring of glacial and is the focus of a park called in the same way.

BoardmanBoardman: It is a place chosen by the census that is in Boardman Township, located in the county of Mahoning. It is located south of Youngstown, forming part of the cities of Ohio, one of the states of the United States. It is also characterized as one of the two main trading centers in Mahoning Valley.The geographical latitudes of this city are 41 ° 1'59 "North 80 ° 39'56" West. Likewise, according to a census conducted by the United States Census Bureau, it has an absolute territorial area of 39.61 kilometers squared. Said surface is segmented into land and water, being 39.16 kilometers2 for the first and only 0.45 for the second. Also, based on 2010 census data, Boardman had 35,376 residents. Which were distributed in 15,955 homes, in which:
  • 25.8% lived children and adolescents under 18 years of age.
  • 51.6% were marriages consolidated and in coexistence.
  • 9.6% were represented by women who took a position as head of the family, due to the absence of the spouses.
  • 36% did not form families.
  • 14.4% were houses inhabited by people 65 years of age or older who were alone.
  • 32.2% of the houses were inhabited by people.
On the other hand, the demography could be defined as diverse, because, the population density represented by 893.14 citizens per km²; is composed of:
  • 89.63% of white people.
  • 6.41% African-American.
  • 0.14% American Indians.
  • 1.22% of Asian races.
  • 0.03% of people from the Pacific islands.
  • 0.84% other races, among which 1.74% were of one or more bloodlines.
  • 3.25% of the total population corresponded to Hispanics and Latinos.
Brunswick: It is considered the largest city in Medina County, Ohio. In this sense, it has a population of approximately 34,255 according to a census carried out in 2010. In this way, the density of the population of Brunswick was 1,021.07 people for each kilometer². Likewise, it was made up of:
  • 95.48% of people of races with white skin.
  • 1.23% was of Asian characteristics, and in the same percentage were African-American people.
  • 0.15% belonged to the American Indians.
  • 0.6% was from other diverse lineages.
  • 0.02% Pacific Islanders.
The latitudinal coordinates of Brunswick are 41 ° 14'54 "North and 81 ° 49'00" West, being 32 kilometers estimated to the Southwest of Cleveland. Likewise, its territorial surface is 33.55 kilometers squared; corresponding mostly to soils and only a portion of 0.1 square kilometers is water. On the other hand, according to other data taken from the 2010 census, it has to be, the average age of Brunswick was 39 years. Also, the largest population was women, although in percentages with few numbers of differences. However, 25.2% of the inhabitants were under 18 years old, 27% were between the ages of 25 and 44; 7.5% corresponded to people who were 18 to 24 years old, 28.3% were between 45 to 65 years old, while those who were 65 years old and growing, represented 11.9%.

Cuyahoga FallsCuyahoga Falls: It belongs to the county of Summit, in Ohio, state of the United States of North America; and it is located in the axes 41 ° 10 minutes 58 "North and 81 degrees 33'11" West. It is also listed as the second largest town in Summit County; for this reason, it includes spaces of the Akron Metropolitan Statistical Area, and also, of the unified area of Elyria, Akron, and Cleveland. The history of the city indicates that it was constituted by William Wetmore in the year 1812 and, previously, the original name was Manchester. However, subsequently, this was changed to Cuyahoga Falls; in view of that, it was a name that better represented the characteristics of the locality. This is mainly due to the Cuyahoga River, which has its mouth in the Erie River; in the same way, there is the succession of waterfalls that occupy the southern border of the place. As far as the geographic extension is concerned, Cuyahoga Falls owns 66.68 km²; of which a minimum portion is a water, while the rest is firm soil. In such a way that, in this surface of 66.43 km² of earth, 49,652 people live, distributed in 744,58 inhabitants every kilometer². Likewise, they are composed mostly of white people; and, in smaller quantity, they are inhabitants African-American, Asian, Latin and Hispanic or American Indians.

GreenGreen: Also located in Summit County, it belongs to the cities of the state of Ohio in the United States. Latitudinally it is located at 40 ° 57'14 "North and 81 ° 28'19" West and has an area of 86.85 square kilometers. The same is composed mostly of soil, in which 25,699 people live, distributed by each square kilometer about 295,89 individuals. Considering this number of inhabitants, it is important to mention that the largest percentage of them belongs to white skin lineages; while, only 1.8% are African-American people. Likewise, Asian, Hispanic, Indian-American, Pacific Island, Latino and other diverse races are to a lesser extent. On the other hand, the city of Green is located in the middle of the route between Canton and Akron. However, it belongs to the metropolitan statistical zone of the town of Akron. Taking this into account, Green is the perfect image of a progressive, competent and flourishing city, which is not limited to locals; it also covers the financial and business sectors. In previous years, named Green as the best place to settle and start a family. This has as main causes, the excellent schools and universities, the amplitude in their parks and green areas; likewise, the services directed to the health and the lease.

Hudson: It is another city that belongs to Summit County in Ohio. The same has a population of 22,262, which are distributed in 332, 37 inhabitants for each km² of the surface; distributed in a territory of 66.98 km². Likewise, as in most of all cities in Ohio, Hudson's large population is white; while other races and ethnic groups are in lower percentages. However, it is possible to find Asians, Pacific Islanders, Latinos, American Indians, Hispanics, etc. With respect to the geographical location of Hudson, corresponds to the latitudes 41 ° 14'21 "North and 81 ° 26'30" West. It is also located in the northeast part of Summit County, and is located in the 15th largest combined statistical area in the country, consisting of Cleveland, Akron, and Canton; in this way, it is also part of the metropolitan statistical area of Akron. As a curious fact of the city of Hudson, it is that in 2002, it became the first locality to give away an electronic card for all its residents. The purpose of this card was to stimulate and preserve purchases among the particular negotiators of the area. It was duly presented by the Hudson Chamber of Commerce.

KentKent: It is the largest town in Portage County, Ohio, United States. Thus, it has a land area of 24.04 km², which is mostly habitable land. In this regard, Kent is made up of a population of 28,904, of which an estimated 1,202.19 people live per square kilometer. Also, this group of residents varies in terms of the races; as they are, mostly white families, and in smaller amounts African-American, Asian, and other diverse races. It is important to mention that these data and statistics were taken from the census records made in the year 2010. On the other hand, Kent has latitudinal axes 41 ° 8'57 "North and 81 ° 21'40" West. Thus, it is located in the northeastern part of Ohio, and extends along the Cuyahoga River, at the boundaries of Portage County. Similarly, it belongs to the metropolitan statistical area of Akron and the large combined statistical area Cleveland, Akron, and Canton. Thanks to its location in the extensions of the Cuyahoga River and in addition the Pennsylvania and Ohio channel, and diverse railway rails; Kent, became very attractive for the construction of grain mills and the preparation of mills and other companies. Likewise, this greatly favored the companies with the greatest potential; because, it offered them better alternatives for transportation and merchandise trade. Thus, by the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, large companies such as Atlantic and the Great Western Railroad had their main base in the city of Kent; also, the Seneca Chain Company and manufacturer Twin Coach. However, in the Seneca Chain Company, in 1909 there was a fire that led to the creation of one of the founding Chambers of Commerce, Which, a posteriori, its headquarters served as a structure for the renowned Kent State University.

Massillon: It is a city in the state Ohio of the United States, which is located in Stark County. Its latitudes are 40 ° 47'2 "North and 81 ° 31'36" West, and it is about 32 kilometers from Akron; it is also 13 kilometers west of Canton, and south of Cleveland about 80 kilometers. In this way, its surface covers about 48.59 km² completely; which are mostly land and the rest water, in smaller quantities. For 2010, the year in which a census was taken, Massillon had a population of 32,149. So it was estimated that, in each square kilometer portion, there were approximately 661.7 people. Within this group, it was possible to find traits of many races and ethnicities, although the most dominant were the whites. These data determined that Massillon was one of the largest cities in Ohio, ranking forty-fourth.

MedinaMedina: It belongs to the equally named, Medina County, Ohio, United States. Its territorial surface comprises 29.97 km² of soil and about 0.54 km² is water, which makes a total of 30.52 km². In this sense, its axis corresponds to the latitudes 41 ° 8'5 "North and 81 ° 52'10" West, which are to the south of Cleveland about 53 kilometers; while, west of Akron, it would be 37 kilometers. It also annexes portions of other towns such as Medina Township, Lafayette Township, York Township and Montville Township. Medina, for the year 2010 had 874.25 inhabitants for each square kilometer of the surface. Thus, we had a total of 26,678 people, among who were:
  • 93.29% of the people were of white skin lineage.
  • 3.14% were Americans of African descent.
  • 0.09% was Native American Indians.
  • 0.9% was people of Asian origin.
On the other hand, as a result of its location, many people who live in Medina move to Akron or Cleveland to work. This made the average income of the families slightly higher than the average gain in Ohio.

Niles: It refers to a city of Trumbull County in Ohio. This is a short distance west of the Pennsylvania terminus, at a latitude of 41 ° 11'16 "N and 80 ° 45'11" W. Geographically speaking, it has a territory of 22.35 km², which is composed of almost 100% land. According to a census conducted in the town in 2010, Niles had a population density of 861.95 people residing in each square kilometer of land. Of this manner, the net population was of 19.266 inhabitants, among which 93.12% was a person of white ethnicity, being thus the majority; while the race of African-Americans was in a smaller percentage, with a 3.46%. Also, the rest of the people were divided between Asians (0.72%), native Indians (0.18%) and other mixed races (0.32%). In another order of ideas, Niles belongs to the metropolitan statistical area composed of Youngstown, Warren, and Boardman. As a result of being in this geographical point, which is the old industrial belt of the country; the economy of the locality focused on the manufacture of iron. However, at the time it was renewed and other elements such as glass and steel were included. However, this city, in the decade of the 70's, was strongly affected by the decline of the manufacturing sector.

Stow: is a city established on the east side of Summit County, with its geographic coordinates is 41 ° 10'35 "N 81 ° 26'12" W. In this sense, its limits are:
  • To the south with the town of Silver Lake and cities such as Munroe Falls and Tallmadge.
  • In the east, it borders Franklin Township and the city of Kent.
  • In the northern zone, it meets Hudson and,
  • To the west, it is contiguous with the locality of Cuyahoga Falls.
  • It is the border with Portage County.
Also, according to the data taken from the census records applied in 2010, the territorial area of Stow was established. It has a small portion of 0.6 km² of water; while the rest of the area, about 44.26 km², is land and firm soil. In this way, a total surface area of 44.86 km² is achieved. In this area of land, there were for 2010 according to the census, about 34,837 people; thus establishing a population density of 776.55 inhabitants for each square kilometer of the territory of Stow. This mass of inhabitants is composed mainly of white people, obtaining a high percentage of 93.03%. On the other hand, people with darker skin coloration, called African-Americans, occupy 2.71%. Likewise, Asians 2.42% and American Indians and Pacific Islanders obtain minimum percentages of 0.07% and 0.03% respectively. The rest of the population is made up of other races and lineages, among which are Latinos and Hispanics.

WarrenWarren: It refers to a city belonging to Trumbull County, in Ohio, United States of America. It is located latitudinally on the axes 41 ° 14'18 "North and 80 ° 49'0" West; while, corresponding to the metropolitan statistical area of Youngstown, Warren and Boardman, its provisions are:
  • Located northeast of the state of Ohio.
  • 23 kilometers to the northeast with Youngstown.
  • To the west with the state border Pennsylvania, about 24 kilometers.
In another context, according to a census conducted in 2010 by the United States Census Bureau; Warren has an area of land of 41.77 km² and only about 0.07 km² is nothing more than water. This gives a territorial total of 41.84 km², in which they lived for the same year, 993.21 people per kilometer². In this regard, the population was 41,557, among which were:
  • White by 67.65%.
  • African-Americans had a significant percentage of 27.73%.
  • Amerindians or Native Americans occupied 0.23%.
  • While 0.01% corresponded to the natives of the Pacific islands.
  • People of Asian races had 0.4% and,
  • Other diverse breeds covered 0.66%.
On the other hand, the companies with greater sources of work in Warren are the St. Joseph Warren Hospital, the Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital, the Trumbull Memorial Hospital, Seven Seventeen Credit Union and the Tribune Chronicle. Also, there is Thomas Steel Strip, which is established on an island within the city's territories. However, even if they are outside the locality, companies such as Ajax TOCCO and Delphi Packard Electrical also contribute to the economy of the Warren inhabitants.

WoosterWooster: It is the county seat of Wayne County and is part of the Ohio State of the United States; which is located in the northeastern part of the state at about 997 ft above sea level. Also, it is a few kilometers away from major cities such as Akron and Cleveland; being in this way, only 56 km southwest of the first and 80 km southeast of the second. On the other hand, Wooster has 42.37 km² of total air, which is why it is considered the largest city in Wayne County; and, likewise, it is disposed of at the center of the metropolitan statistical area of Wooster. In the same order of ideas, taking data from census records applied in 2010, the population of the city was estimated at 26,119 inhabitants. Which, were distributed in an average of 616.38 inhabitants for each km² of the surface. The races and lineages found in Wooster are varied, being the most outstanding the following:
  • Whites 91.19%, representing the majority of the population.
  • 3.56% were people of color or African-Americans.
  • 1.88% was from Asian regions.
  • 0.28% of Native American Indians.
  • 0.03% are from the Pacific Islands and,
  • 0.67% belongs to different races.
In another context, the city of Wooster has become the center of many renowned companies, such as Wooster Brush, Certified Angus Beef, Buehler Food Markets Inc., Seaman Corp., Wooster Motor Ways, and Tricor Industrial. Also, until 2003, Rubbermaid was headquartered in the city. In the same way, it happened with the German factory LuK, and other companies such as Akron Brass, Bogner Construction Company, United Titanium and Frito-Lay. Youngstown: It is another city belonging to the state Ohio of the United States of America, which is located in the county of Mahoning; although it shares a small portion of territory with Trumbull County. Likewise, Youngstown is situated in the Allegheny Glaciated upland, in the Mahoning Valley, which belongs to the Pittsburgh area. In this way, its latitudinal data are 41 ° 5'57 "North and 80 ° 38'45" West; which are taken from an estimated area of 89.59 km². This area of land has a population density of around 747.67 for each square kilometer, being in this way a total of 66,982 residents in the town. They are of different races, where white lineages predominate; followed by African-Americans, Asians, native Indians of America, and to a lesser extent, people of other ethnic groups and adjacencies.As a result of the end of the Ice Age, the glaciers located in Youngstown left plains that were then drained, thus offering excellent lands for production, however, the main source of income for the city in the past was steel manufacturing; which was affected by the decline in this sector. However, the city was renewed and innovated in various industrial areas.

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