Ashtabula County, county in Ohio, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 96,513 inhabitants. The county was created 212 years ago in 1811. Its county seat is Jefferson.
There are 24 city/town in Ashtabula County, OH. The largest city of Ashtabula County is Ashtabula with a population of 17,917. Other cities include, Conneaut population 12,237, Saybrook population 9,368, Geneva population 6,051, North Kingsville population 2,779
Nestled in the northeastern corner of Ohio along Lake Erie, Ashtabula County contains a mix of small cities, quaint towns, and rural farmland. Here's an overview of some of the notable cities and towns in Ashtabula County:
Ashtabula is the largest city and county seat. This port town has around 19,000 residents and has grown as an important coal and iron ore transport hub over the years. Ashtabula has a charming downtown right on the lake, as well as several parks and nature areas. Annual events include the Bridge Street Music Festival and the Ashtabula County Fair.
Geneva-on-the-Lake is a small lakefront community along the shore of Lake Erie. It has under 1,000 year-round residents but draws many summer tourists. The town has various wineries, an amusement park, and cabin rentals that give it a classic lakeside retreat vibe.
Conneaut sits right along the Pennsylvania border and Lake Erie. Around 12,000 people reside in this city. Conneaut was an important shipbuilding and transportation center in the 19th century. Today it still relies on harbor industries but also has become a popular spot for enjoy Lake Erie recreational activities.
Jefferson is a village of around 3,000 residents in the south-central part of the county. It hosts the annual Ashtabula County Fair and has several historic buildings like St. John's Episcopal Church and the Jefferson Historical Jail.
Andover is a village in the southwest corner of Ashtabula County with approximately 2,000 residents. Andover was incorporated in 1848 and was an important mill town thanks to the several streams and rivers in the area. The Andover Historical Society works to preserve some of the charming 19th century architecture.
Saybrook Township encompasses the northeast corner of Ashtabula County. Within it are places like Geneva-on-the-Lake as well as the unincorporated areas of Ashtabula, Geneva, and Saybrook. State parks and wineries make this area along the Lake Erie shoreline a popular place.
In addition to these larger towns and cities, Ashtabula County is filled with smaller rural villages and settlements dotted amongst the farm fields and forests. Each community has played a role in shaping the area's history and local culture.
List of cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Ashtabula County.
|Amboy||Township in Fulton County, Ohio||1,780|
|Andover||Village located in the south-east of Ashtabula County, Ohio, United States||1,088|
|Ashtabula||Town in Ohio||17,917|
|Austinburg||Human settlement in Ohio, United States of America||2,086|
|Cherry Valley||Township of Ohio||911|
|Colebrook||Township of Ohio||942|
|Conneaut||City in Ohio||12,237|
|Dorset||Human settlement in Ohio, United States of America||805|
|Geneva||City in Ashtabula County, Ohio, United States||6,051|
|Geneva-on-the-Lake||City in Ashtabula County, Ohio, United States of America||1,193|
|Harpersfield||Township of Ohio||2,595|
|Hartsgrove||Township in Ashtabula County, Ohio||1,529|
|Kingsville||Human settlement in Ohio, United States of America||1,693|
|New Lyme||Township of Ohio||1,064|
|Orwell||Village in Ohio||1,585|
|Pierpont||Human settlement in Ohio, United States of America||1,232|
|Roaming Shores||City in Ashtabula County, Ohio, United States of America||1,443|
|Rock Creek||Village in Ashtabula County, Ohio, United States||503|
|Saybrook||Township of Ohio||9,368|
|Trumbull||Township of Ohio||1,352|
|Wayne||Village in Wood County, Ohio, United States||925|
|Williamsfield||Townships of Ashtabula County, Ohio, United States||1,580|