Appalachian Ohio - Cities

Cities

Appalachian Ohio has several small cities within its borders. Those municipalities with a population of at least 5,000 according to the 2000 US Census include:

  • Youngstown Population: 66,982 Mahoning County and Trumbull County
  • Warren Population: 46,832 Trumbull County
  • Zanesville Population: 25,586 Muskingum County
  • Alliance Population: 22,322 Mahoning County
  • Chillicothe Population: 21,796 Ross County
  • Athens Population: 21,342 Athens County
  • Ashtabula Population: 20,962 Ashtabula County
  • Niles Population: 20,932 Trumbull County
  • Portsmouth Population: 20,909 Scioto County
  • Steubenville Population: 19,015 Jefferson County
  • New Philadelphia Population: 17,056 Tuscarawas County
  • Marietta Population: 14,515 Washington County
  • East Liverpool Population: 13,089 Columbiana County
  • Conneaut Population: 12,335 Ashtabula County
  • Salem Population: 12,303 Mahoning County
  • Dover Population: 12,210 Tuscarawas County
  • Salem Population: 12,197 Columbiana County
  • Struthers Population: 12,036 Mahoning County
  • Coshocton Population: 11,682 Coshocton County
  • Cambridge Population: 11,520 Guernsey County
  • Ironton Population: 11,211 Lawrence County
  • Girard Population: 10,902 Trumbull County
  • Hubbard Population: 8,284 Trumbull County
  • Campbell Population: 8,235 Mahoning County
  • Canfield Population: 7,374 Mahoning County
  • Martins Ferry Population: 7,226 Belmont County
  • Cortland Population: 6,830 Trumbull County
  • Logan Population: 6,704 Hocking County
  • Belpre Population: 6,660 Washington County
  • Geneva Population: 6,595 Ashtabula County
  • Columbiana Population: 6,384 Mahoning County
  • Hillsboro Population: 6,368 Highland County
  • Jackson Population: 6,184 Jackson County
  • Wellston Population: 6,078 Jackson County
  • Toronto Population: 5,676 Jefferson County
  • Columbiana Population: 5,635 Columbiana County
  • Nelsonville Population: 5,230 Athens County
  • St. Clairsville Population: 5,057 Belmont County
  • Newton Falls Population: 5,002 Trumbull County

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