If you're thinking of moving to East Liverpool, than you should give yourself enough time to locate exactly what you're looking for. This shouldn't be that difficult of a task, in East Liverpool you'll find plenty of different option from one bedroom apartments to 3 bedroom houses for rent. Apartments for rent in East Liverpool can vary from place to place, with everything from fully furnished apartments to efficiency apartments. Many of the apartments for rent in the city also include all utilities, so if the rent seems high it may in reality not and actually be a steal. Since there doesn't seem to be a shortage of homes or apartments in the area, you may want to consider all of your options and get as much information on the property and area around it as you can ahead of time.
While East Liverpool may lack the tradition public transportation systems you see in larger cities such as subways, trams or buses, they do provide residents with ways to get around the city without using their own vehicles or having walk. The Community Action Agency of Columbiana County offers the CARTS program for county residents Monday through Friday, and for the cities of East Liverpool and Salem on Saturdays as well. The CARTS program offers discounted rates (half price) to senior citizens and disabled persons. The CARTS program does require those seeking its services to provide 24 hours' notice due to high demand. East Liverpool also has taxi service throughout the city provided by locally operated Tri State Cab, and is also serviced by several other companies which are located outside of the city limits. If you own a boat, then the nearby Ohio River could be a great alternative form of transportation, just think of all the traffic you'd miss.
East Liverpool very much offers residents that small town feel, but with a location between Cleveland and Pittsburgh that offers easy access to metropolitan areas as needed. Just taking a stroll around town can be pleasing for the eyes, especially since the city decided to add Great Depression era light posts, along with the reconstruction of the high school clock tower, and the addition of Devon's Diamond, a new town center. Little Beaver Creek is a favorite destination for locals looking for a good swimming spot, canoeing, kayaking and hiking. The creek feeds directly into the much larger Ohio River, and is mostly under scenic easement, meaning it will not be developed, leaving the perfect spot for nature lovers. Overall the low cost of living and the many amenities make East Liverpool a great place to live.