Ranked one of the coolest cities in the Midwest, Columbus also tops the list of places where your buck can stretch the farthest.
The overall cost of living the Columbus Region is lower than the national average, and lower than the state of Ohio. Housing is competitively priced and costs for healthcare, transportation and utilities are near the national average.
“Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and your verb agree to serve….You only need a heart full of grace, a soul generated by love.“ -Martin Luther King, Jr. A short reminder this week to say that... View Article
A capital road improvement plan was presented to the Board of Commissioners on Monday. The plan calls for an estimated $140 million of county funds and an additional $100 million in federal, state and local partner dollars to be spent on 77 projects through the year 2023.
In Columbus, a hot housing market is made even more exclusive by the lack of affordable housing. This has created a solid dividing line for homeownership between those thriving and those who are not. In 2017, homebuyers had a median income of $88,000, while renters had a median income of $39,000.
|Metro||Adjusted Annual Salary|
|Salt Lake City||$51,493|
|New York (Manhattan)||$20,956|