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Living in Youngstown, Ohio:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Youngstown, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Youngstown what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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If you are moving to Youngstown, Ohio be prepared to be shocked at the low cost of living. It’s a typical suburban sprawl, a downtown that is still rebuilding itself and a mid-western, middle class attitude.

Suzanne, says: 2023

Youngstown, Ohio, seems to have a bit of a reputation, and it’s not exactly a good one. However, that shouldn’t stop anyone from coming here. Youngstown is working hard to repair its reputation, and has a lot to offer. Our area has a very low cost of living, and it’s possible to find a great home in a nice neighborhood for a low price.

Youngstown has a bit of a scary reputation, but it’s actually much safer than people have been led to believe. As with any major city, Youngstown has its problems, but the people are proud of their home, and determined to improve it. There are many wonderful things to do in this area, and many wonderful people.

Jessica, says: 2020

Everyone should know Youngstown is one of the historically important cities in the nation. Although the city does not seem as vibrant as in the 60s, people here are very welcoming, and there is always something exciting going on. There are several historic parks and recreational areas where you can spend some quality time.

The weather in Youngstown is very crazy and it seems to change a lot. Youngstown has some of the cheapest housing. But most importantly we do have a lot of great food options for families big and small that won’t disappoint. All around Youngstown is a very good place.

Abigail, says: 2020

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