Moving to Copley
Located about 15 minutes outside of Akron, Copley is a flourishing suburban Township that’s home to more than 17,000 people. Why are people moving to this cozy Midwestern community by the dozens? Because this township has everything you could want, from a thriving local economy to fantastic schools and gorgeous homes.
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Copley is characterized by a large number of families; more than 60% of the population is married and 50% of locals have children. Inhabitants are mostly White, although 10% are Black and 5% are Asian. Copley residents are well-educated; almost everyone in town has their high school degree, and about a quarter of residents also hold a Bachelor’s Degree or higher.
Like nearby Akron, manufacturing is the top industry in Copley; nearly 17% of locals work in manufacturing. Healthcare and social assistance is also a major player in the local economy, providing jobs for about 14% of township occupants. Copley’s prosperous job market is reflected in a high median household income of $75,629 per year.
Akron, OH was the first city to have a formal public school system in the US, so it’s not surprising that schools in nearby Copley are highly rated. The primary public high school in Copley is Copley High School, which has been ranked among Ohio’s top schools and received a Silver Medal award from U.S. News and World Report. Schoolchildren who live in Copley also have access to Akron’s by-admissions public schools for specialized learning!
Individuals and families moving to Copley will also benefit from the townships many attractions, and the proximity to even more fun things to do in Akron. One of the top destinations in Copley is the Akron Fossils & Science Center, where kids can experience a hands-on tour and become mini-archaeologists! When the sun is shining, another popular spot to visit is Griffiths Park, which has a playground for kids, along with basketball and tennis courts, and a boardwalk perfect for a relaxing stroll.