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Average Rates & Usage in Youngstown


In March, the average natural gas rate in Youngstown was $0.77 per therm. The average households monthly natural gas usage was 136 therms, making the average bill around $108.

based on EIA Data as of June, 2020

All Natural Gas Plans in Youngstown


Plan Name
Company
/
Rating
Length
Price
18 months
$3.590 per MCF
6 months
$3.590 per MCF
12 months
$3.790 per MCF
12 months
$2.890 per MCF
12 months
$4.390 per MCF
12 months
$2.990 per MCF
12 months
$3.290 per MCF
24 months
$3.590 per MCF
24 months
$3.150 per MCF
12 months
$2.500 per MCF
6 months
$3.390 per MCF
6 months
$4.640 per MCF
12 months
$2.970 per MCF
12 months
$7.775 per MCF
12 months
$4.190 per MCF

Month-to-Month
$2.490 per MCF

Month-to-Month
$2.450 per MCF
36 months
$3.690 per MCF
24 months
$3.130 per MCF
18 months
$3.490 per MCF
36 months
$3.450 per MCF
18 months
$4.290 per MCF


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Youngstown, Ohio is located in scenic Mahoning County in the northeast corner of Ohio and close to the Pennsylvania border. In 1897, New York native John Young founded Youngstown and established the town's first sawmill. Youngstown later grew and became known for its thriving coal and steel industry.

The city is famous for its long held entrepreneurial tradition. The Good Humor ice cream company, Arby's, Arthur Treacher's Fish & Chips, and Phar-Mor each have had deep roots in Youngstown.

The Butler Institute of American Art, commonly known worldwide as "America's Museum," was founded in 1919 by Joseph Butler, Jr. and houses more than 20,000 individual works of American art of all media. In addition, the De Yor Performing Arts Center is recognized as one of the most beautiful performance venues in the Midwest and the cultural heart of the Mahoning Valley. It is home to the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra.

The Youngstown Museum Of industry And Labor features hundreds of worker's tools and photographs illustrating the rich history of coal mining and iron production in the Mahoning Valley.

Covelli Center, built in 2005, is Youngstown's premier sports and entertainment facility and is a great place to take in a hockey or basketball game or catch a concert or enjoy a Monster Truck event.



Youngstown State University, the primary university in the Youngstown-Warren metropolitan area, traces its origins to a local YMCA program that began offering college-level courses in 1908.

Youngstown is one of those vibrant locations that draws the attention of those interested in the rich history of northeastern Ohio.
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