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Northeast Ohio

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Northeast Ohio refers to the northeastern region of the US state of Ohio The region contains six Metropolitan Statistical Areas: Cleveland–Elyria; Akron; Canton–Massillon; Youngstown–Warren–Boardman; Mansfield, and Sandusky, along with six Micropolitan Statistical Areas: Ashland, Ashtabula, New Philadelphia–Dover, Norwalk, Salem, and Wooster Most of the region, with the exception of the Youngstown–Warren–Boardman and Mansfield metropolitan areas, is also part of the Cleveland–Akron–Canton Combined Statistical Area and media market, while Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana counties form part of the Youngstown–Warren CSA and media market with Mercer County, Pennsylvania Northeast Ohio also includes most of the area known historically as the Connecticut Western Reserve In 2011, the Intelligent Community Forum ranked Northeast Ohio as a global Smart 21 Communities list2 It has the highest concentration of Hungarian Americans in the United States3

Contents

  • 1 Composition of the region
    • 11 Counties
  • 2 Combined Statistical Area
  • 3 Higher education
  • 4 Sports and recreation
  • 5 Transportation
    • 51 Highways
      • 511 Interstate highways
      • 512 US highways
    • 52 Airports
  • 6 Area codes
  • 7 See also
  • 8 References
  • 9 External links

Composition of the regionedit

The state of Ohio defines Northeast Ohio as an 18-county region4 The 18-county region is home to over 43 million people, has a labor force of almost 22 million and it has an economic GDP nominal of $195 billion, which makes it comparable to that of New Zealand or the Republic of Ireland56

Countiesedit

  • Ashland
  • Ashtabula
  • Columbiana
  • Cuyahoga
  • Erie
  • Geauga
  • Huron
  • Lake
  • Lorain
  • Mahoning
  • Medina
  • Portage
  • Richland
  • Stark
  • Summit
  • Trumbull
  • Tuscarawas
  • Wayne

Combined Statistical Areaedit

Map of the Cleveland-Akron-Canton, Ohio CSA Based on 2013 US Census Definitions

Most of Northeast Ohio is part of the Cleveland–Akron–Canton Combined Statistical Area, which ranked as the 15th-largest Combined Statistical Area CSA in the United States as of the 2010 Census with a population of 3,515,646 It includes the five counties that make up Greater Cleveland Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, Medina, and Lorain, the Akron metropolitan area Portage and Summit counties, Canton–Massillon metropolitan area Stark and Carroll counties, and the Ashtabula, Sandusky, Norwalk, and Dover–New Philadelphia micropolitan areas

The Cleveland–Akron–Canton media market covers much of this area, including all of Northeast Ohio except for the Youngstown/Warren region It is the 19th largest in the United States as of 2017, according to Nielsen Media Research Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland CSA are also part of the larger Great Lakes Megalopolis

Higher educationedit

Northeast Ohio is home to a number of higher education institutions, including:

  • Ashland University Ashland
  • Baldwin Wallace University Berea
  • Case Western Reserve University Cleveland
  • Cleveland Institute of Art Cleveland
  • Cleveland Institute of Electronics Cleveland
  • Cleveland Institute of Music Cleveland
  • Cleveland State University Cleveland
  • Cuyahoga Community College Cleveland, Highland Hills, and Parma
  • DeVry University Seven Hills
  • Fortis College Ravenna
  • Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Warrensville Heights, Ohio
  • Hiram College Hiram
  • John Carroll University University Heights
  • Kent State University Kent
    • Kent State University at Ashtabula Ashtabula
    • Kent State University at East Liverpool East Liverpool
    • Kent State University at Geauga Burton
    • Kent State University at Salem Salem
    • Kent State University at Stark Jackson Township
    • Kent State University at Trumbull Warren
    • Kent State University at Tuscarawas New Philadelphia
    • Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine Independence
  • Kenyon College Gambier
  • Lake Erie College Painesville
  • Lakeland Community College Kirtland
  • Lorain County Community College Elyria
  • Malone University Canton
  • Mount Vernon Nazarene University Mount Vernon
  • Myers University formerly Dyke College Cleveland
  • Northeast Ohio Medical University formerly NEOUCOM Rootstown
  • Notre Dame College South Euclid
  • Oberlin College Oberlin
  • Ohio State University, Mansfield Campus Mansfield
  • Stautzenberger College Brecksville
  • University of Akron Akron
    • Wayne College Orrville
  • University of Mount Union Alliance, Ohio
  • Ursuline College Pepper Pike
  • Walsh University North Canton
  • College of Wooster Wooster
  • Youngstown State University Youngstown

Sports and recreationedit

Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians See also: Sports in Cleveland

Northeast Ohio is home to a number of professional sports teams, including three from the major North American sports leagues The Cleveland Indians of Major League Baseball play at Progressive Field, Cleveland Browns of the National Football League NFL are based at FirstEnergy Stadium, and the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association NBA play at Quicken Loans Arena Quicken Loans Arena is also home to two additional professional franchises, the Cleveland Gladiators of the Arena Football League and the Cleveland Monsters of the American Hockey League The Monsters are the top minor league affiliate of the Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League NHL

There are a number of other professional sports teams in the region that play in various minor leagues The Indians have three minor league affiliates in the area: the AA Akron RubberDucks of the Eastern League who play at Canal Park in Akron, the Single-A Lake County Captains of the Midwest League who play at Classic Park in Eastlake, and the Single-A Mahoning Valley Scrappers of the New York–Penn League, who play at Eastwood Field in Niles Additionally, there is an independent baseball team, the Lake Erie Crushers of the Frontier League, who play at Sprenger Stadium in Avon The region also boasts of a lower league professional soccer team in AFC Cleveland that plays their games at Independence High School Independence, Ohio The Youngstown Phantoms are a junior ice hockey team in the United States Hockey League that has home games at Covelli Centre

Motorsports venues in the region include Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington and Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, a major NHRA venue

The region is home to a number of NCAA athletic programs, including four in Division I: the Akron Zips, Cleveland State Vikings, Kent State Golden Flashes, and Youngstown State Penguins Both Akron and Kent State are members of the Cleveland-based Mid-American Conference, while Cleveland State and Youngstown State are members of the Horizon League Six schools compete at the NCAA Division II level: the Lake Erie College Storm, Ursuline Arrows, Malone Pioneers, Ashland Eagles, Notre Dame Falcons, and Walsh Cavaliers There are eight schools at the Division III level: Mount Union Purple Raiders, Hiram Terriers, John Carroll Blue Streaks, Baldwin Wallace Yellow Jackets, Case Western Reserve Spartans, Kenyon Lords, Oberlin Yeomen, and Wooster Scots One school, the Mount Vernon Nazarene Cougars, competes in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics NAIA

The Cleveland Metroparks are a system of nature preserves that encircle the city, and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park encompasses the Cuyahoga River valley between Cleveland and Akron The region is home to Mentor Headlands Beach, the longest natural beach on the Great Lakes

Transportationedit

Highwaysedit

Interstate highwaysedit

  • Interstate 71
  • Interstate 271
  • Interstate 76
  • Interstate 77
  • Interstate 80
  • Interstate 480
  • Interstate 90
  • Interstate 490
  • Interstate 277
  • Interstate 680

US highwaysedit

  • US Route 6
  • US Route 20
  • US Route 30
  • US Route 42
  • US Route 62
  • US Route 224
  • US Route 250
  • US Route 322
  • US Route 422

Airportsedit

City served FAA IATA ICAO Airport name Role Enpl
Commercial service – primary airports
Akron CAK CAK KCAK Akron-Canton Regional Airport Small hub 715,367
Cleveland CLE CLE KCLE Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport Medium hub 4,704,329
Youngstown / Warren YNG YNG KYNG Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport / Youngstown ARS Non-hub 67,128
Reliever airports
Cleveland BKL BKL KBKL Burke Lakefront Airport 1,103
Highland Heights / Richmond Heights / Willoughby Hills CGF CGF KCGF Cuyahoga County Airport
Lorain / Elyria LPR LPR KLPR Lorain County Regional Airport 4
Medina 1G5 Medina Municipal Airport
Willoughby LNN LNN KLNN Willoughby Lost Nation Municipal Airport
General aviation airports
Akron AKR AKC KAKR Akron Fulton International Airport 1
Alliance 2D1 Barber Airport
Ashland 3G4 Ashland County Airport
Ashtabula HZY JFN KHZY Ashtabula County Airport
Carrollton TSO KTSO Carroll County-Tolson Airport
East Liverpool 02G Columbiana County Airport 3
Kent 1G3 Kent State University Airport
Middlefield 7G8 Geauga County Airport
Mansfield MFD KMFD MFD Mansfield Lahm Regional Airport
Millersburg 10G Holmes County Airport
Ravenna POV KPOV Portage County Airport
Warren 62D Warren Airport
Wooster BJJ BJJ KBJJ Wayne County Airport
Akron 1D4 Mayfield Airport
Alliance 4G3 Miller Airport
Carrollton 5D6 Parsons Airport
Clyde 5D9 Bandit Field Airdrome
Columbia Station 4G8 Columbia Airport
Elyria 1G1 Elyria Airport
Garrettsville 7D8 Gates Airport
Geneva 7D9 Germack Airport
Hiram 86D Far View Airport
Huron 88D Hinde Airport
Newton Falls 41N Braceville Airport
Norwalk 5A1 Norwalk-Huron County Airport
Painesville 2G1 Concord Airpark
Youngstown 4G4 Youngstown Elser Metro Airport
Youngstown 04G Lansdowne Airport

Definition of abbreviations:

  • FAA - The location identifier assigned by the Federal Aviation Administration FAA
  • IATA - The airport code assigned by the International Air Transport Association IATA Those that do not match the FAA code are shown in bold
  • ICAO - The location indicator assigned by the International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO
  • Enpl - The number of enplanements commercial passenger boardings that occurred at the airport in calendar year 2009, as per FAA records

Area codesedit

Area code map of Ohio and surrounding states

In the 1950s, AT&T assigned most of Northeast Ohio area code 216 The western half of the region, including Ashland and Richland counties, and parts of Huron, Wayne and Erie counties, was assigned area code 419 In 1996, area code 216 was reduced in size to cover the northern half of its prior area, centering on Cleveland Area code 330 was introduced for the southern half of Northeast Ohio, including Summit, Portage, Medina, Stark, Columbiana and Mahoning counties, and much of Wayne, Trumbull and Tuscarawas counties

In 1997, area code 216 was further split as the need for additional phone numbers grew Area code 216 was again reduced in geographical area to cover the city of Cleveland and its inner ring suburbs Area code 440 was introduced to cover the remainder of was what previously area code 216, including all of Lake, Lorain, Ashtabula and Geauga counties, and parts of Trumbull, Huron, Erie and Cuyahoga counties Some communities, such as Parma and Parma Heights, were divided into multiple area codes In 1999, Congressman Dennis Kucinich introduced federal legislation to protect small and medium-sized cities from being split into two or more area codes78

In 2000, it was anticipated that the available phone numbers in area code 330 would be exhausted, and an overlay area code was introduced Area code 234 was assigned to overlap existing area code 330 With the creation of area code 234, any new phone number in the geographical area formerly covered by area code 330 could be assigned a phone number in either the 234 or 330 area codes, with no change in local or long distance toll status This made necessary the use of ten-digit dialing within the 330/234 area code region After the introduction of area code 234, assignments of new telephone numbers in the area did not continue at an accelerated pace, and new phone numbers for area code 234 were not assigned until 20039

See alsoedit

  • Ohio statistical areas

Referencesedit

  1. ^ http://quickfactscensusgov/qfd/maps/ohio_maphtml
  2. ^ https://wwwintelligentcommunityorg/indexphpsrc=gendocs&ref=Smart21_2011&category=Events
  3. ^ http://wwwcity-datacom/city/Youngstown-Ohiohtml
  4. ^ http://jobs-ohiocom/
  5. ^ http://wwwclevelandplusbusinesscom/
  6. ^ List of countries by GDP nominal
  7. ^ "Congressman Dennis Kucinich" Kucinichhousegov Retrieved 2010-08-01 
  8. ^ HR2439, 106th United States Congress
  9. ^ Lin-Fisher, Betty October 31, 2003 "CALL FOR MORE TELEPHONE NUMBERS ANSWERED - 234 AREA CODE CONNECTED MOST PEOPLE ARE STILL BEING ASSIGNED 330 NUMBERS" Akron Beacon Journal Knight Ridder p D1 

External linksedit

  • Cleveland Plus Marketing Alliance
  • http://wwwgcpartnershipcom/About-Northeast-Ohioaspx
  • Team Northeast Ohio

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