Kingston Ross County, Ohio
Kingston: Village in Ohio, USA
Kingston is a village located in the county of Ross in the U.S. state of Ohio. Its population at the 2010 census was 1,032 and a population density of 1,080 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 1,015 inhabitants.
Kingston Quick Facts
|Population :||1,015 (2020)|
|Country :||United States of America|
|State :||Ohio (United States)|
|County :||Ross County|
|Postal code :||45644|
|Phone Area Codes :||740|
|Area :||0.96 km2|
|Altitude :||791 feet / 241 meters|
|Time Zone :||America/New_York|
|Local time :||23:04:20 (18th January 2022)|
|Density :||1,062 Pop. per km² as of 2020|
|Population growth :||-1.67% (2010-2020)|
Kingston is located at 39°28'26"N 82°54'39"W (39.4739500, -82.9107300).
According to census records, the population of Kingston decreased by 1.67% in 10 years.
|Estimated population as of July 1, 2019 :||52,857|
|Based on demographic estimates as of April 1, 2010 :||47,980|
|Based on demographic estimates as of 1 April 2010 :||10.2%|
|April 1, 2020 Population :||53,494|
|April 1, 2010 Population :||47,941|
|People under 5 years old, percentage :||5.9%|
|People under 18 years old, percentage :||23.5%|
|People over 65 (%) :||21.3%|
|Female persons, % :||52.1%|
|White only, percent :||85.9%|
|Black or African American alone, percent :||2.6%|
|American Indian and Alaska Native only, % :||0.2%|
|Asians alone % :||7.6%|
|Only Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders, % :||0.0%|
|% of people who have participated in two or more races :||2.6%|
|% of Hispanic or Latino :||2.6%|
|White people, not Hispanic or Latino people, make up the majority of the population. :||84.2%|
|2015-2019 Veterans :||2,338|
|Percentage of foreign-born people, 2015-2019 :||11.8%|
|Rate of owner-occupied housing units, 2015-2019 :||70.8%|
|Rate of owner-occupied housing units, 2015-2019 :||70.8%|
|Owner-occupied housing unit median value, 2015-2019 :||$476,300|
|From 2015 to 2019, the median selected monthly owner costs - with a mortgage :||$2,628|
|Monthly owner costs, without a mortgage, at the median, 2015-2019 :||$885|
|2015-2019 median gross rent :||$1,404|
|2015-2019 Households :||21,816|
|Population per household, 2015-2019 :||2.36|
|Living in the same house a year ago, percentage of people aged one year and up, 2015-2019 :||87.7%|
|Languages other than English spoken at home, as a percentage of people aged 5 and up, 2015-2019 :||13.8%|
|Households with computers, %, 2015-2019 :||93.6%|
|Percentage of households with a broadband Internet subscription, 2015-2019 :||89.1%|
|Percentage of people aged 25 and up with a high school diploma or higher, 2015-2019 :||98.3%|
|Bachelor's degree or higher, proportion of people aged 25 and up, 2015-2019 :||69.8%|
|Percentage of people under the age of 65 who have a disability, 2015-2019 :||4.1%|
|Persons under the age of 65 who do not have health insurance, as a percentage :||2.8%|
|Total civilian labor force, percent of population aged 16 and up, 2015-2019 :||64.8%|
|Female labor force participation in the civilian labor force, as a percentage of the population aged 16 and up, 2015-2019 :||55.5%|
|Total sales of lodging and food services in 2012 ($1,000) :||161,347|
|Total receipts/revenue for health care and social assistance in 2012 ($1,000) :||1,291,174|
|Manufacturers' total shipments in 2012 ($1,000) :||866,637|
|2012 total retail sales ($1,000) :||1,173,172|
|2012 total retail sales per capita :||$23,918|
|Mean commute time to work (in minutes), workers aged 16 and up, 2015-2019 :||21.3|
|2015-2019 median household income (in 2019 dollars) :||$104,244|
|Income per capita in the previous 12 months (in 2019 dollars), 2015-2019 :||$70,511|
|Percentage of people living in poverty :||4.9%|
|Total number of businesses in 2012 :||6,619|
|Men-owned businesses in 2012 :||3,604|
|Women-owned businesses in 2012 :||2,191|
|Minority-owned businesses in 2012 :||427|
|Non-minority-owned businesses in 2012 :||5,801|
|Veteran-owned businesses in 2012 :||576|
|Nonveteran-owned businesses in 2012 :||5,589|
|2010 population per square mile :||3,103.0|
|2010 land area in square miles :||15.45|
People born in Kingston (1)
Ohio's 13th Secretary of Agriculture Renick William Dunlap was born in Kingston
Schools in Kingston
College & universities near Kingston, OH
|201964||Ohio Christian University||Circleville (OH)||43113-9487|
Amtrak & bus stations near Kingston, OH
|COL||Columbus, OH||111 East Town Street||BUS|
|SPM||South Portsmouth–South Shore station||Main St & US 23||RAIL|
|AKY||Ashland Transportation Center||99 15th Street||RAIL|
|MAY||Maysville||West Front St & Rosemary Clooney St||RAIL|
Post offices near Kingston
|Post Office Name||City||ZIP|
|Kingston Post Office||Kingston (OH)||45644|
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Other cities in Ross County
Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Ross County , OH.
|Anderson||44,059||City in United States of America|
|Chillicothe||21,647||City in and the county seat of Ross County, Ohio, United States|
|Carey||3,540||City in Wyandot County, Ohio, United States of America|
|Harris||2,920||Township in Ottawa County, Ohio|
|North Fork Village||1,991||Unincorporated community in Ross County, Ohio|
|Frankfort||988||City in Ross County, Ohio, United States of America|
|Bainbridge||846||Census-designated place in Geauga County, Ohio|
|Londonderry||707||City in Ohio, United States of America|
|Clarksburg||441||Village in the United States|
|Adelphi||374||Village in Ross County, Ohio, United States|
|South Salem||198||City in Ross County, Ohio, United States of America|
Distance to Other Cities
Kingston distances to largest Ohio cities