Fostoria, Seneca County, Ohio

Fostoria: City in Ohio

About

Fostoria is a city located in the county of Seneca in the U.S. state of Ohio. Its population at the 2010 census was 1,038 and a population density of 52 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 1,099 inhabitants.

The city was created 168 years ago in 1853.

Quick Facts about Fostoria

Population : 1,099 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Ohio (United States)
County : Seneca County
Postal code : 44830
Area : 20.11 km2
Altitude : 781 feet / 238 meters
Establishment : January 01, 1854 (168 years ago)
Time Zone : America/New_York
Local time : 21:36:02 (28th June 2022)
Density : 55 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : 5.55% (2010-2020)
Fostoria locator map
Location of Fostoria on Ohio map.
Downtown Fostoria image
Downtown Fostoria
Downtown Fostoria image

Geography

Fostoria is located at 41°9'25"N 83°25'1"W (41.1570000, -83.4168700).

Fostoria map

Demographics

The population of Fostoria increased by 5.55% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 1,038 - census
2011 1,044 0.57% estimation process
2012 1,050 0.57% estimation process
2013 1,055 0.47% estimation process
2014 1,061 0.57% estimation process
2015 1,066 0.47% estimation process
2016 1,071 0.47% estimation process
2017 1,077 0.56% estimation process
2018 1,083 0.55% estimation process
2019 1,089 0.55% estimation process
2020 1,099 0.91% estimation process

Fostoria zip code is 44830. County name: Seneca, County fips: 39147

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People born in Fostoria (17)

People born in Fostoria, including politician John N. W. Rumple, Union Army soldier Edward R. Hays, mayor James M. Baker, .

List

  • Allen Miller (American football player) he was born in 18/04/1940
  • Chester Arthur Reynolds (American businessman) he was born in 07/08/1886
  • Chuck Earl (American politician) he was born in 06/06/1946
  • Damon Moore (American football player) he was born in 15/09/1976
  • Gene Derricotte (Player of American football) he was born in 14/06/1926
  • Grant Jackson (American baseball player) he was born in 28/09/1942
  • Harry N. Walters (American businessman) he was born in 01/01/1936
  • Micheaux Robinson (Player of American football) he was born in 03/04/1983
  • Pat Hilly (American baseball player) he was born in 22/02/1887
  • Micah Hyde (American football free safety) he was born in 31/12/1990
  • Ken Russell (American-football player (1935-2014)) he was born in 02/11/1935
  • Arlene Anderson Skutch (American singer, actress, and artist (b. 1924, d. 2012)) she was born in 01/01/1924
  • Greg Studrawa (American football coach) he was born in 03/11/1964
  • Althea Elizabeth Revere (pioneer in the field of Electron Microscopy) she was born in 31/01/1906

Schools in Fostoria

College & universities near Fostoria, OH

Code Name City ZIP
206048 Tiffin University Tiffin (OH) 44883

Stations (4)

Amtrak & bus stations near Fostoria, OH

Code Name Address Type
TOL Martin Luther King, Jr. Plaza 415 Emerald Ave. RAIL
SKY Sandusky 1200 North Depot St. RAIL
BYN Bryan Page and Lynn Street RAIL
ELY Elyria 410 East River Road RAIL

Post offices near Fostoria

Post Office Name City ZIP
Fostoria Post Office Fostoria (OH) 44830

Other places with the same name (3)

Other cities in Seneca County

Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Seneca County , OH.

City Name Population Title
Tiffin 17,359 City in and the county seat of Seneca County, Ohio, United States
Scipio 1,282 Human settlement in Ohio, United States of America
Bloomville 906 Human settlement in Seneca County, Ohio, United States of America
Attica 862 Human settlement in Seneca County, Ohio, United States of America
Bettsville 618 Human settlement in Seneca County, Ohio, United States of America
Republic 518 Village in Seneca County, Ohio, United States
New Riegel 234 Human settlement in Seneca County, Ohio, United States of America

Distance to Other Cities

Fostoria distances to largest Ohio cities