Eastlake rests on the shore of Lake Erie, is home to 18,577 residents, and the median home value is $135,136. Sports are a central part of life in Eastlake, as it is home to Classic Park, which is a minor league baseball stadium. The Lake County Captains, a Class A affiliate of the nearby Cleveland Indians, play their home games in Classic Park, which was built in 2003 and holds 7,273 fans.

The world’s largest permanent display of American flags is located in Eastlake, and it is known as the Boulevard of 500 Flags. Before the 1996 Olympics, when the torch was on its way to Atlanta, it lit a flame in Eastlake, Ohio, and that flame, donated by the East Ohio Gas Company, is still burning today.

In Eastlake, children will have plenty of opportunities to go sledding, as its proximity to Lake Erie causes 65 inches of snow to fall each year, more than double the national average. This is offset by the months of July (which has an average high of 81 degrees), August, and September, which are usually quite pleasant.

In relation to the rest of the country, the cost of living in Eastlake is 18.5% lower than the United States average. The average commute time is 24 minutes, which is a couple of minutes below the national average, and home appreciation is 6.1% over the last ten years.

One of the safer cities in the area, Eastlake saw a 16% decline in year-over-year crime. In addition to this, its total crime is 25% below the United States average and 20% below the state of Ohio’s average.

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