Ashland strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in Pennsylvania):
Affordability of Property Taxes
Affordability of Rents
Comparing Ashland to similar size places nationwide (Peers) and to other places in Pennsylvania (State):
Ratings range from (lowest) to (highest).
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|Low Property Crime|
|Low Violent Crime|
|Nearest Medium City||37 miles NW of Reading, Pennsylvania (center to center)|
|Nearest Large City||84 miles NW of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|Standard Zip Codes||17921|
|Phone Area Codes||570|
|Time Zone||Eastern (-5 hours from GMT)|
|Daylight Savings||The city observes Daylight Saving Time.|
Nearest Weather StationsNotes:
|Station||MILLVILLE 2 SW|
|Jan Temp||15 to 33 F|
|Apr Temp||35 to 59 F|
|Jul Temp||58 to 82 F|
|Oct Temp||38 to 62 F|
|Annual Precip||42 inches|
|Jan Temp||18 to 36 F|
|Apr Temp||39 to 61 F|
|Jul Temp||63 to 84 F|
|Oct Temp||41 to 63 F|
|Annual Precip||46.6 inches|
|Station||RODALE RESEARCH CENTER|
|Jan Temp||17 to 36 F|
|Apr Temp||37 to 60 F|
|Jul Temp||59 to 83 F|
|Oct Temp||39 to 63 F|
|Annual Precip||46 inches|
|Average Family Size||3|
|American Indian & Alaskan||0||0%|
|Hispanic (included in categories above)||3||0.1%|
|Est. 2005 Population||3,159|
(From 2000 Census, as reported by individuals)
|Other (often includes Hispanic and African American)||1.5%|
|French (except Basque)||1.1%|
According to the US Postal Service, Ashland, its neighborhoods, and/or surrounding areas are also referred to as:Big Mine Run Junction (17921)
Note that not all alternate names are acceptable for use in US Post Office addresses.
SAINT CATHERINE MEDICAL CENTER FOUNTAIN SPRINGS
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
101 BROAD STREET
Emergency Service: Yes
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NORTH SCHUYLKILL JSHS
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 983 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 18.9
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|City, State||Similarity||1 Person Houses||65+||College Grads||Commute Minutes||Family Income||Kids 0-4||Non White||Pop.||Poverty||Prop. Crime||Seasonal Housing||Viol. Crime|
|1. Woodsfield, Ohio||89.5||31.3%||22.9%||12.7%||24||$33,500||5.7%||1.2%||2,598||17.3%||12.3||0.3%||0.8|
|2. St. Johnsville, New York||87.7||36%||24.9%||12.9%||24||$37,431||5.2%||1.1%||1,685||14.4%||11.3||0.3%||2.4|
|3. Jermyn, Pennsylvania||87.1||31.4%||19.8%||14.3%||21||$39,740||6.4%||1.5%||2,287||12.7%||21||0.1%||2.2|
|4. Moundsville, West Virginia||86.8||32.1%||20%||7.7%||22||$30,534||5.2%||1.9%||9,998||22.4%||13.9||0.2%||0.7|
|5. Hohenwald, Tennessee||86.5||34.2%||20.3%||7.6%||27||$37,609||5.9%||3.4%||3,754||17.6%||21||0.3%||2.4|
|6. Nanticoke, Pennsylvania||86.2||35.6%||23.3%||10.9%||22||$35,444||4.7%||1.2%||10,955||15.8%||25.3||0.2%||2.9|
|7. Lehighton, Pennsylvania||85.6||31.3%||21.1%||6.6%||23||$35,673||5.9%||1.7%||5,537||14.3%||23.7||0.3%||2.2|
|8. Decatur, Tennessee||85.6||33.6%||17.6%||9.9%||24||$38,375||6.1%||1.9%||1,395||15.1%||23.7||0.3%||1.4|
|9. Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania||85.2||31.8%||18.9%||14%||22||$41,286||6.3%||2.8%||5,548||8.5%||23.1||0.2%||1.4|
|10. New Haven, West Virginia||83.7||30.3%||18.2%||6.9%||27||$36,719||6.1%||1.3%||1,559||13.7%||10.3||0.3%||1.9|
|11. Pitcairn, Pennsylvania||83.1||39.5%||16%||10.4%||26||$34,226||6.3%||1.9%||3,689||12%||17.4||0.2%||1.1|
|12. Titusville, Pennsylvania||80.5||35.5%||20.1%||13.9%||20||$36,679||5.6%||2.4%||6,146||15.9%||26||0.3%||2.8|
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