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Toledo has won the All-America City Award, given annually by the National Civic League. It was named one of the 10 best cities in America for young people by "Time" magazine in 2006; ranked as one of America's most literate cities; and is a member of both the Tree City USA club and The Arbor Day Foundation. In 2009, Toledo was chosen to host U.S. President Barack Obama's speech on health care reform—the first time a sitting president addressed Congress from a city outside Washington D.C.. The population of Toledo as of 2017, 270,871 (a 0% change since 2010). This includes an estimated 1/2 million people that are part-time residents over work commutes or students at local universities such as University Of Toledo (UT), Owens Community College (OCC), Medical University Of Ohio(MUOH) & Bowling Green State University(BGSU). The population density is 2270 per square mile with an average elevation above sea level being 635 feet or 196 meters above sea level.