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Other Spellings

Peddicord Ave is also spelled Peddicord Avenue, Peddicord Avnue, Peddicord Avenu, Peddicord Aven, Peddicord Avn, Peddicord Av.
Washington Court House, OH

Time Zone & Current Time

Washington Court House, OH lies within the Eastern Standard Time (or EST). The current time in Eastern Standard Time is 11:18 PM on 11/24/2015.
Washington Court House, OH

Top Streets

2nd St, 3rd St, 4th St, 5th St, 6th St, Adams Dr, Albin Ave, Allemang Dr, Allen Rd, and Anderson Rd
Washington Court House, OH

Population Demographics

Household Income
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38 years old
51% female
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About Washington Court House, OH

Washington Court House is a city in Fayette County, Ohio, United States. It is the county seat of Fayette County and is located approximately halfway between Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio. The population was 14,192 in 2010 at the 2010 census. Until 2002, the official name of the city was City of Washington, but there also existed a municipality in Guernsey County, Ohio with the name Washington (now known as Old Washington). The area was originally settled by Virginia war veterans who received the land from the government as payment for their service in the American Revolution. In 2002, a new charter was adopted, officially changing the name to the "City of Washington Court House." date=June 2007 The name is often abbreviated as "Washington C.H." Washington C.H. has an unusual street grid layout. Typically, street grids are arranged east-west and north-south, especially in the Midwest. In this case, the streets in the downtown area, centering on the courthouse building, are arranged northeast-southwest and northwest-southeast. This was done so that all four sides of the courthouse building would receive some sunlight every day of the year. In the traditional grid system, the north side of a building never receives direct sunlight during the fall and winter months. (more on Wikipedia)