Today we will talk about Strongsville, OH, a vibrant suburb of Cleveland. It’s a typical small and charming American town that is all about that family life. To be more precise, this place is a perfect mix of business, friendly and family community. Here you’ll find distinctive neighborhoods, abundant shopping, 2,400 acres of green space, excellent services, top-notch schools and active civic groups – a fusion that makes Strongsville an ideal place for living, working and having fun.
Alright, alright, we know we’ve told you that only numbers would be used to describe the city, but let us use some words too before we switch to statistics. It is often said that “numbers don’t lie,” but remember that they are only one part of the story.
For those of you who are not into mathematics, numbers and statistics, enjoy your moment a little bit more, because we are about to tell you some interesting facts about Strongsville. After that the numbers are finally coming up!
Strongsville in words
1. The city was named after John S. Strong - a native New Englander who arrived in 1816.
2. 1816 is a year when there was no summer in Strongsville due to a volcanic explosion of the volcano Tombora
3. Town’s positive sides are: arts & culture, revitalized downtown and attractive neighborhoods, while the negative sides include: industrial areas, economic cycles, cloudy and wet climate.
4. Strongsville’s mayor Thomas Perciak was elected almost 19 years ago at his function.
5. “Crossroads of the Nation” is the city’s nickname.
Strongsville in numbers
Finally, numbers! Ok, now we are going to describe the town's economy, cost of living, population, education and family life using only numbers and statistics.
A number is a mathematical object used to count, measure and label. Besides their practical uses, numbers have cultural significance. For example, in Western society, the number “13” is often regarded as unlucky, and “a million” may signify “a lot.” They can be classified into sets, called the number system, such as the natural numbers and the real numbers.
On the other hand, statistics can be defined as the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation and presentation of numerical data.
Now that we have definitions, we can start with Strongsville’s statistics.
The unemployment rate in Strongsville is 4,2% (U.S. avg. is 6%). Recent job growth is positive.
Cost of Living
Compared to the rest of the country, Strongsville’s cost of living is 3,4% lower than the U.S. average.
There are 44, 481 people in Strongsville with the median age of 44, 8. Since 2020, it has had a population growth of 8%.
Education in Strongsville
Strongsville has 14 schools: 11 public schools and 3 private schools. They spend 11, 907$ per student.
Families in Strongsville
Last, but not least - family - the place where everything starts!
- 61,7% are married
- 8,4% are divorced
- 35,5% are married with children
- 6,5% have children, but single
So many words and numbers for today! Described in words or numbers, Strongsville has it all and it is definitely the city worth visiting. You are all welcome!
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