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Wadsworth, OH Moving Company

As a proud, locally run Wadsworth moving company, we handle your entire transition process with personalized care. For over ten years, our family-owned business has guided thousands of families moving to Wadsworth, OH and the surrounding counties. As the fourth-fastest growing city in Ohio, living in Wadsworth is a hub for growth, culture and history. One of the largest age groups living in Wadsworth is under the age of 18, highlighting how popular a city it is for raising children. With family in mind, we welcome all those moving to the area with the same dedication we’d provide our own neighbors.

As a fully bonded, insured and licensed Wadsworth moving company, we aim to provide peace of mind and professionalism as you work with each our highly trained team members. Allow us to take care of the packing and storage details before your move and even speak to us about relocating your business in Wadsworth. No matter the size of your move, we can cater our services to all your needs as you prepare for the big day.

Moving to Wadsworth, OH

In a city focused on community care, living in Wadsworth, OH is about experiencing the ultimate American suburban atmosphere. An active, historic downtown grows each year with the support of the Main Street Wadsworth organization, dedicated to maintaining the integrity of the thriving small-town energy. Kids, families and professionals alike find plenty of things to do in Wadsworth throughout the year, whether it be attending a downtown festival or enjoying one of the many parks and hiking trails. The weather in Wadsworth is quite standard season-by-season for the area, offering cold, snowy winters and warm, humid summers.

The cost of living in Wadsworth also speaks to a wide range of residents. The city employs more residents than an average town of this size and has a median household income of over $62,000 a year. This is higher than both the US median and that of the Cleveland Metro area. Property values of home sit at around $162,000, with the majority of those living in Wadsworth owning their homes instead of renting. With a population of 22,578, Wadsworth is considered a major suburb of Cleveland, offering the option to commute to the city in less than an hour.

All of Wadsworth’s public schools are highly ranked, with some of the high schools ranking the best in the state. Kids will have plenty to do in Wadsworth outside of school hours as well, whether they’re grabbing ice cream at Bidinger’s or catching a movie at the Blue Sky Drive-In Movie Theatre. Holmesbrook Park offers nearly 60 acres of green space for hikes, dog walks and bird watching. Memorial Park also provides a spot in the center of town for sporting events, playing on the playground or just taking in the outdoors.

Above all, moving to Wadsworth immerses its residents in a vibrant and expanding city, passionate about maintaining community and character. New business incentives bring jobs and residents to the area each year from around the country.

 

Wadsworth, OH Professional Movers

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Demographic Info for Wadsworth, OH
31,148
Population
39.3 years
Median Age
$174,400
Median Home Value
$67,137
Median Household Income
24 mins
Average Commute
2.61 people
Average Household Size
Schools in Wadsworth, OH
151 Main St
Wadsworth, OH 44281
Type: Middle School
200 Takacs Dr
Wadsworth, OH 44281
Type: Elementary School
325 Sunset Blvd
Wadsworth, OH 44281
Type: Elementary School
280 N Lyman St
Wadsworth, OH 44281
Type: Elementary School
7615 Ridge Rd
Wadsworth, OH 44281
Type: Private School
650 Broad St
Wadsworth, OH 44281
Type: Elementary School
Places to Eat in Wadsworth, OH
Casa Del Rio
Casa Del Rio
839 High St
Wadsworth, OH 44281
Yelp Rating for Casa Del Rio
Kasai Japanese Restaurant
Kasai Japanese Restaurant
295 Weatherstone Dr
Wadsworth, OH 44281
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Valley Cafe
Valley Cafe
101 High St
Wadsworth, OH 44281
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Fresh Food Deli
Fresh Food Deli
2860 Medina Rd
Medina, OH 44256
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111 Bistro
111 Bistro
2736 Medina Rd
Medina, OH 44256
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Rice Paper
Rice Paper
3867 Medina Rd
Akron, OH 44333
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Things to Do in Wadsworth, OH
River Styx Park
8200 River Styx Rd, Wadsworth, OH 44281, United States
4.7 
Holmesbrook Park
441 Leatherman Rd, Wadsworth, OH 44281, United States
4.4 
Wadsworth Griswold House
173 Duane Ln, Wadsworth, OH 44281, United States
4.8 
Memorial Park
274 Grandview Ave, Wadsworth, OH 44281, United States
4.5 
Friedt Park
441 Leatherman Rd, Wadsworth, OH 44281, United States
4.4 
Kaleidoscope Park
1 S P Dr, Wadsworth, OH 44281, United States
4.7 

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