Parma, Ohio, is the largest suburb of Cuyahoga County, home to more than 80,000 residents. We welcome Apex Dermatology, which serves the Parma region and the surrounding Cleveland Ohio region, as well as the rest of the District.
But that's not all, the suburb also has one of the largest public parks in Cuyahoga County, Parma Park, located at the intersection of Interstate 90 and Interstate 440 in the city of Parmaside. The Pima Recreation Department also manages a number of municipal playgrounds that you can enjoy, as well as a variety of parks and recreational facilities for the entire community.
Public transport in Parma includes a number of bus lines operated by the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, which serves the suburbs of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. The Portage Hike & Bike Trail is located on the eastern edge of the city of Parmaside, south of Interstate 440. Despite the predominantly rural landscape, which is heavily forested in places, most of this route follows an abandoned corridor of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Parma is located on the southern edge of Cleveland, within the inner ring of the largest suburb of Cleveland and bordered to the north, west, east and south by Cuyahoga County. It runs along the east side of I-440, bounded by Parmaside, Westlake, South Euclid, Eastlake and Westwood, bordered by the west and east sides of Lakewood and bordered by Pima Heights. Southwest of Brownsville and west of Cleveland is the city of Pata, a small town of about 1.5 million inhabitants and a total area of 2.5 million.
Unmarried mothers who have given birth to children in the last 12 months are also broken down by age group, and Parma is listed as the birthplace of teenagers at a rate of 3.0, which is the first place among all places larger than the Parma region. The second shows the number of unmarried mothers between 20 and 34 years of age in Ohio, with 93.8% of the total population; Ohio has the second highest rate (2.7%) of all states for unmarried mothers between 20 and 34 years of age. Among the most important findings of this chart is that, although it has the third-highest percentage of people over 70, it ranks third in Ohio overall with a 13% total. 0% overall, it has less than most other places within the region for teens with birth rates below 3%, second place for places as great as the Parmaside region, and fourth overall. Unmarried women aged 20 to 34, with over 70 years old or older women in 13th place overall, reach 9.5%. Parsonside, Ohio, had the fourth lowest rate for people under 30, at 20.9% overall, and ranked third among states with the highest rates for young people between 18 and 24.
Parma is the state of Ohio, as measured by the percentage of people who are single for some reason (51%), compared to the US average of 50%. It is also the benchmark for single people in the region, broken down by never married, divorced or widowed people, compared to the average for all states and the nation as a whole (52.5%). Parma was the third-highest benchmark among all Ohio benchmarking states in terms of the percentage of the population for whom people are single for no reason, at 51.0%, and the second-lowest in its region when it came to people who are single for no reason.
Parma has an average family size of 3.0, slightly larger than the US average of 2.5 and the second largest in the region. This is compared with the average household size, using the average number of people per family in Parma households. However, for the largest bees, it is about three-quarters of that size compared to the percentage of the population born in this country.
The largest bees in Parma are larger than the US average of 2.5, with an average bee size of 3.0, and the second largest in the region. The largest are about three-quarters of that size compared to the proportion of the population born in this country, and they are the largest.
If we look at the population density of Parma, measured in terms of people per square mile, Figure 6 provides a more detailed picture of the population by age group and provides information on the age groups of the population in the city and the number of people in each city. Figure 33 shows the total population of all age groups - groups within the Parmar metro station, broken down by gender, race / ethnicity, education level and income level. If we break this down, it shows that the only major city is Parsons Heights (# 15), with an average population of 2.5, the second largest in Ohio.
Figure 34 shows the total population of all age groups in the metro area of Parma, broken down by gender, race / ethnicity, education level and income level. The next demographic analysis looks at the largest Parma population groups of the generation and may be of interest to those interested in employment - related research in employment and employment management. In terms of population per square mile, it has a total of 24 and ranks second in Ohio, with a population density of 2.5, the second largest in Ohio, and has 26 overall, ranked 3rd.