LIVING IN YOUNGSTOWN / WARREN
LIVING IN YOUNGSTOWN / WARREN
Kidston Pavillion, McKinley Ave, Youngstown
Did you know that, on average, the cost of living in Northeast Ohio is up to 10 percent lower than the rest of the nation? If you’re considering moving here, use this cost of living calculator to see how affordable—and enjoyable—life in our region can be.
Residents enjoy one of the best affordable housing markets in the Youngstown/Warren Region. Here you’ll find options from suburban to rural living. Below is a sampling of communities. For more information, visit regionalchamber.com.
This quiet community has a 206-acre park along with five smaller neighborhood parks offering plenty of entertainment options such as a concert series in the summer as well as a disc golf course. The campus- style school system is top-rated. For more information call 330-792-8139 or visit austintowntwp.com
Located just south of Youngstown, Boardman is a large, sprawling suburb. While there has been a lot of commercial development, residents enjoy the natural beauty of Boardman Township Park, a 227-contiguous-acre park centrally located in the township. The park offers residents not only natural beauty but numerous recreational opportunities as well. Here residents also enjoy many dining and shopping options. For more information, call 330-726-4177 or visit boardmantwp.com
This affluent suburb of Youngstown has a tree-lined “Village Green” at the heart of the New England-style village. It has a mix of century-old housing as well as new housing developments. In the town center there a wide range of community activities. The city is also the site of Ohio’s largest fair at Canfield Fairgrounds. For more information, call 330-533-1101 or visit ci.canfield.oh.us
Downtown Youngstown is in a renewal phase with development in the works for an outdoor amphitheater and a new hotel to open by the end of 2017. In addition, Youngstown State University links to downtown and they have built and continue to build additional student housing including a new complex that will include retail space.
Howland Township boasts excellent housing, thriving commercial centers, and a strong industrial base. For more information call 330-856-2340 or visit howlandtownship.org
Cortland is located adjacent to Mosquito Creek Reservoir and State Park. This is a progressive community while retaining its historical charm and offers a retail shopping area as well as numerous professional services. Call 330-637-3916 or visit cityofcortland.org
While there has been new growth of homes in Poland Township, many of the older homes have been preserved to blend in with the community while retains its New England settlers heritage and culture. The area remains a bedroom type community with only small type businesses, promoting a nice, safe family living environment. For more information call 330-757-0733 or visit polandtownship.com
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