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Middletown, OH

Middletown, OH

Middletown, OH

Moving to Middletown, OH?
Whether you are moving to be a part of a growing economy or just to settle down in a community-centered town, Middletown, OH is the “All American City” for you. With a population just under 50,000, Middletown has the perfect balance of small town and metropolitan feel. Located in the Cincinnati Metropolitan area, Middletown can be your small town haven next door to the big city.

What to Expect from Middletown, OH:
Don’t be burdened by the unnecessary stresses of moving. Your move to Middletown, OH can be so easy you’ll wonder why you didn’t do it sooner! Here are just a few of the many highpoints to look forward during your move to Middletown, OH!

-Climate – Middletown enjoys a temperate climate with cold winters (perfect for cozying up with hot chocolate and a warm fire) and mild summers (heat wave? Not here!). Expect some snow and showers—the Cincinnati-Middletown area has the highest precipitation average in the state.

-Entertainment –Middletown, OH offers something for whatever your fancies may be. Nature lover? Check out Middletown’s Armbruster Nature Preserve or Bulls Run Nature Sanctuary. And for you culture nuts, there is always the Middletown Art’s Center, Middletown Lyric Theater, and the Middletown Symphony Orchestra. Not to mention the plethora of festivals held each year, particularly Middfest. You’d be hard-pressed to find a dull moment in Middletown!

-Economy – A move to Middletown means a few more dollars left in your pocket each month! Middletown’s cost of living—89.1—is a full 12% lower than the national average at 100.0. You, and your wallet, can take a deep sigh of relief.

-Employment – Middletown home to AK Steel as well as Atrium Medical Center (one of the nation’s top 100 hospitals). Only 40 minutes away from Cincinnati, commuting is a breeze! Middletown offers a booming business district that is sure to meet your employment needs.

-Education – Middletown High School currently holds the record for the most Division I State Championships in basketball in the state but that isn’t all there is to cheer about! Middletown School District offers 7 public elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and 1 high school as well as a handful of private schools. Middletown is also the home of the Miami University – Middletown and is also located within an hour of more than twenty higher education institutions; Middletown is looking out for, not only your children’s academic pursuits, but yours as well!

Helpful Links for Moving to Middletown, OH
City Website
Chamber of Commerce
Resident Links
Visitor Information

The service center for Middletown, OH is located in West Chester, OH.

Information about Middletown, OH

Est. Population: 43766
County: Butler
Latitude: 39.5167
Longitude: -84.4000
Zip Codes: 45005