Area Code 330

Where Is Area Code 330?

Updated: November 25th 2018

Area code 330 is the area code for a portion of northeastern Ohio. Area code 330 is located in the Eastern Time Zone and covers 11 counties of Ohio. Area code 330 was put into service on March 3, 1996, and was created from a split of area code 216. On October 30, 2000, area code 330 was overlaid with area code 234.

Akron is the fifth most populous city in Ohio and is located in the Great Lakes region roughly 39 miles south of Lake Erie. Akron is the county seat of Summit County and has a humid continental climate. Akron has a population of 199,110 and the racial makeup of the city is 62.2% White, 31.5% African American, 2.1% Asian, and 2.1% Hispanic (2010 Census). The high crime rate makes Akron an unsafe city to reside in. Popular places to visit in Akron include the Akron Art Museum, the Akron Civic Theatre, the Akron Zoo, and the Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens.

Youngstown is a city in Ohio and is the county seat of Mahoning County. Youngstown is at the center of the Mahoning Valley and is located roughly 65 miles away from Cleveland and 61 miles away from Pittsburgh. Youngstown has a humid continental climate, characterized by hot summers and cold winters. Going back in history, New York native John Young surveyed the area in 1796 and in the following year, purchased the whole area from the Western Reserve Land Company. Youngstown was officially founded in 1797 and by 1798, several families had settled in Youngstown along the Mahoning River. During the early 19th century, the discovery of iron ore and coal deposits near Youngstown paved the way for the city to be included on the network of the Erie Canal. Youngstown was chartered as a city in 1867 and became the county seat of Mahoning County in 1876. By the late 19th century, the first steel mills were established, which attracted many immigrants from Eastern Europe, Italy, and Greece.

Today Youngstown has a population of 66,982 and the racial makeup of the city is 47.0% White, 45.2% African American, 9.3% Hispanic, and 0.4% Asian (2010 Census). Unfortunately Youngstown has a high crime rate, making it a dangerous city to reside in.

Youngstown is home to Youngstown State University, the largest employer in the city. While Youngstown will never be a major center of steel production like it was in the 19th century, there are still several steel and metalworking operations in the city. Points of interest in the city include Mill Creek Park, Boardman Park, Fellows Riverside Gardens, Butler Institute of American Art, Stambaugh Auditorium, and Youngstown Museum of Industry and Labor.

Cuyahoga Falls is a city in Summit County, Ohio. The city is named after the Cuyahoga River and the series of waterfalls that run nearby. Going back in history, Cuyahoga Falls was founded in 1812 near the Cuyahoga River. The town was originally called Manchester, but the Post Office requested the name to be changed because there were several other Manchesters already in Ohio. Today Cuyahoga Falls has a population of 49,652 and the racial makeup of the city is 93.4% White, 3.3% African American, 1.4% Hispanic, and 1.2% Asian (2010 Census). The low crime rate makes Cuyahoga Falls a great city to reside in. Points of interest in the city include Blossom Music Center, Sarah’s Vineyard, Gorge Metro Park, and High Bridge Glens.

Major Cities In Area Code 330

Akron

Canton

Youngstown

Cuyahoga Falls

Warren

Warren is a city in Ohio and is the county seat of Trumbull County. Warren is roughly 14 miles away from Youngstown and 15 miles away from Pennsylvania. Going back in history, Ephraim Quinby purchased land from the Connecticut Land Company and then founded Warren in 1798; he named the town after the town’s surveyor, Moses Warren. Warren became the county seat of Trumbull County in 1801. During the 20th century, Warren was an important trading and manufacturing center. Today Warren has a population of 41,557 and the racial makeup of the city is 67.7% White, 27.7% African American, 1.9% Hispanic, and 0.4% Asian (2010 Census). Unfortunately Warren is a dangerous city to reside in. Points of interest in the city include National Packard Museum, Ernie Hall Aviation Museum, W.D. Packard Music Hall, and Packard Park.


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