New Philadelphia is the county seat of Tuscarawas County, Ohio. It is the county’s largest city with a population of over 17,000.
As its name suggests, the city is laid out in the same grid style as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Even the primary streets – High Avenue and Broadway – are named after two original main streets in Philadelphia.
Today, our city has a thriving “Main Street” with many original buildings serving as home to locally owned businesses and shops, reflective of our pride in remembering the past while continuing to move forward. We have one of the lowest crime ratest in the state, and recently was voted one of “50 Safest Cities in Ohio”.
Our area was also listed as one of the "Top 11 Small Towns to Visit in 2021" by "My Town Today."