Latest Data (2017)
Population 44,744
Nationwide Rank 854

Quick Facts

Strongsville, Ohio is the 854th largest city in the United States as of 2017.

Strongsville, Ohio is a city.

Strongsville, Ohio is currently 0.0% smaller than it was in 2010, the year of its peak recorded population.

Strongsville, Ohio's growth is below average. 77% of similarly sized cities are growing faster since 2000.

Strongsville, Ohio Border Map

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
844 Farmington, New Mexico 45,450 18.2%
845 Coachella, California 45,443 98.7%
846 Sayreville, New Jersey 45,325 11.8%
847 Hackensack, New Jersey 45,248 5.6%
848 Binghamton, New York 45,179 -4.4%
849 Cutler Bay, Florida 45,101 48.8%
850 Morgan Hill, California 45,037 31.8%
851 Oakland Park, Florida 45,035 6.9%
852 Marana, Arizona 44,792 211.5%
853 Danville, California 44,786 7.2%
854 Strongsville, Ohio 44,744 1.9%
855 Attleboro, Massachusetts 44,590 6.2%
856 Blacksburg, Virginia 44,563 11.8%
857 Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44,562 -12.0%
858 Cleveland, Tennessee 44,483 18.6%
859 Prescott Valley, Arizona 44,466 82.0%
860 Haltom City, Texas 44,417 13.5%
861 El Centro, California 44,364 16.3%
862 Oro Valley, Arizona 44,350 35.3%
863 Altamonte Springs, Florida 44,277 7.2%
864 Rockwall, Texas 44,208 134.7%

Similarly Sized Cities In Ohio

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2017
437 Parma 79,167 -7.4%
507 Canton 70,909 -12.3%
569 Youngstown 64,604 -20.9%
578 Lorain 63,841 -7.1%
601 Hamilton 62,092 2.4%
635 Springfield 59,208 -10.1%
687 Kettering 55,175 -4.3%
715 Elyria 53,883 -3.8%
763 Lakewood 50,249 -11.0%
775 Newark 49,423 6.6%
779 Cuyahoga Falls 49,247 -0.3%
789 Middletown 48,823 -5.4%
814 Dublin 47,619 50.3%
823 Euclid 47,201 -10.2%
825 Mentor 47,121 -6.3%
829 Beavercreek 46,948 22.2%
839 Mansfield 46,160 -10.7%
854 Strongsville 44,744 1.9%
857 Cleveland Heights 44,562 -12.0%
900 Fairfield 42,566 1.0%
922 Findlay 41,321 5.3%
930 Grove City 41,022 48.3%
952 Lancaster 40,280 13.4%
965 Westerville 39,737 11.9%
969 Warren 39,562 -17.7%
981 Delaware 39,267 51.6%
1014 Huber Heights 37,986 -0.6%
1020 Reynoldsburg 37,847 17.5%
1036 Lima 37,149 -11.0%
1072 Marion 35,997 -3.4%
1073 Hilliard 35,939 47.2%
1091 Upper Arlington 35,337 4.9%
1092 Gahanna 35,297 8.4%
1103 Brunswick 34,867 3.9%
1105 Stow 34,769 7.1%
1141 Fairborn 33,541 6.5%
1143 North Ridgeville 33,436 49.0%
1152 Mason 33,235 47.8%
1183 Massillon 32,342 2.3%
1187 Westlake 32,297 1.6%
1198 Bowling Green 31,820 7.2%
1202 North Olmsted 31,734 -6.9%
1255 North Royalton 30,294 5.5%
1267 Kent 29,915 6.2%
1352 Garfield Heights 27,835 -9.2%
1368 Shaker Heights 27,440 -6.4%
1410 Wooster 26,618 5.2%
1415 Xenia 26,562 9.2%
1436 Medina 26,190 3.6%
1439 Barberton 26,120 -6.5%
1450 Troy 25,865 17.0%
1458 Green 25,747 12.2%
1474 Zanesville 25,388 -0.6%
1484 Athens 25,214 17.9%
1497 Riverside 25,094 -7.0%
1517 Sandusky 24,845 -10.7%
1547 Trotwood 24,386 -10.9%
1559 Avon Lake 24,184 31.7%
1578 Marysville 23,912 47.2%
1583 Centerville 23,787 3.2%
1599 Wadsworth 23,476 26.2%
1621 Avon 23,054 98.6%
1627 Solon 22,962 5.1%
1633 Willoughby 22,860 1.0%
1634 Oxford 22,859 4.0%
1657 Maple Heights 22,400 -14.1%

Demographics

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2017 44,744 854
2016 44,631 847
2015 44,668 840
2014 44,654 831
2013 44,730 826
2012 44,620 820
2011 44,611 816
2010 44,750 805
2009 42,385 835
2008 42,534 817
2007 42,743 800
2006 43,002 789
2005 43,539 775
2004 43,987 762
2003 44,189 753
2002 44,289 739
2001 44,107 733
2000 43,890 730
1990 35,305 772