Survey shows Norwalk's cost of living best in this state

For the fifth consecutive quarter, Norwalk has been ranked as the least expensive community of the 10 Ohio towns that participate in the ACCRA Cost of Living Index, which is compiled and published quarterly by the Council for Community and Economic Research. The cost of living index measures the after-tax cost for a professional/managerial standard of living.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

For the fifth consecutive quarter, Norwalk has been ranked as the least expensive community of the 10 Ohio towns that participate in the ACCRA Cost of Living Index, which is compiled and published quarterly by the Council for Community and Economic Research.

The cost of living index measures the after-tax cost for a professional/managerial standard of living.

Norwalk was among the 293 urban areas participating in the first quarter 2007 survey, which has been locally coordinated by the Norwalk Economic Development Corporation (NEDC) since October, 2004.

In a report released by the Council for Community and Economic Research on May 24, 2007, Norwalk's cost of living index was measured at 91.1, well below the national average index of 100.0.