Lorain County 2020

Lorain County

Lorain County consists of Cities, Villages and Townships. We range from vibrant cities, to beautiful rural landscapes. Lorain County was created in 1822 and founded on April 1st, 1824. As of the 2010 census, there were 301,356 people, 116,274 households, and 80,077 families residing in our county. Lorain County has 20 public school districts and 2 colleges, Lorain County Community College, Elyria & Oberlin College, Oberlin. The county also includes the Lorain County Joint Vocational School District, which encompasses the entire county and serves students from the Amherst, Avon, Avon Lake, Clearview, Columbia, Elyria, Firelands, Keystone, Midview, North Ridgeville, Oberlin, Sheffield-Sheffield Lake and Wellington school districts. According to the census bureau, our county has a combined a total area of 923 square miles of land and water making us the 4th largest county in our great state by total area. Another fun fact to stump your friends with, is our county has 19 major highways to travel on. That’s a lots of highway miles!

Populations at a Glance......

Cities: 9
       Amherst – 12,148
       Avon – 23,263
       Avon Lake – 24,391
       Elyria – 53,881
       Lorain – 64,028
       North Ridgeville – 33,889
       Oberlin – 8,312
       Sheffield Lake – 8,960
       Vermillion – 10,437
Villages: 7
       Grafton – 6,636
       Kipton – 264
       LaGrange – 2,103
       Rochester – 182
       Sheffield – 3,982
       South Amherst – 1,765
       Wellington – 4,140

Townships: 18
       Amherst Township – 6,844
       Brighton Township – 915
       Brownhelm Township – 7,618
       Camden Township – 1,667
       Carlisle Township – 7,500
       Columbia Township – 7,040
       Eaton Township – 5,750
       Elyria Township – 3,266
       Grafton Township – 2,833
       Henrietta Township – 1,861
       Huntington Township – 1,341
       LaGrange Township – 6,164
       New Russia Township – 2,515
       Penfield Township – 1,789
       Pittsfield Township – 1,581
       Rochester Township – 799
       Sheffield Township – 3,720
       Wellington Township – 6,222

*City and population numbers sourced by census.gov. and loraincounty.com The population numbers are noted as approximate.

The 2020 Census is happening now.
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Michelle Hung For Lorain County

Our time is now in 2020

I am fired up and ready to represent you with honesty and integrity. You expect representation that manages your tax dollars wisely and doesn’t come to you with their hand out every time they can’t balance the budget. I am the only candidate that represents fiscal responsibility, hard work, budget & department reviews, listening to you and scheduling meetings at times the public can attend. Government shouldn’t be expanding; it should be shrinking. I can bring the energy, drive & hard work that can win for you in November.

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