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Welcome to Medina County

Step up to Medina County…. a great location to live, work and call home. The county is blessed to have a great mix of small cities, villages, and rural countryside with woods and farmland. We have major highways and state routes, giving us easy access to anywhere for both business and personal travel.

The county has wonderful shops and restaurants where you can find great gifts and delicious food. Many are locally owned, yet we also have big box stores and chain restaurants, so we offer something for everyone.

We have small locally owned and larger national companies, offering many types of employment in and around the county. These companies also provide an excellent tax base for a diversity of communities.

Agriculture is still a strong part of our economy with small and large farms, animal and grain farms, and specialty farms such as alpacas, orchards, vineyards, and greenhouses. Farming is featured every summer at our Medina County Fair during the first week of August.

There is a wealth of history across the county, with many great small township historical societies highlighting their history along with some specialties. We have a one room

schoolhouse, an 1850’s farm, a Victorian home, a fire museum, a trolley museum, and a R.R. station, just to name a few. Take some time and visit each one and learn about our history.

Everyone is near a park in Medina County. Community and county parks throughout the county offer hiking, biking, fishing, sports fields, educational programs, picnic shelters, nature preserves and large natural areas to help protect our streams and rivers. Get outside and explore our parks.

All year long, but especially in the summer, all kinds of festivals and events are going on in each of our communities. We have the Medina Ice Festival, Wadsworth Blue Tip Festival, Seville’s World’s Largest Yard Sale, Valley City Frog Jump, and Mapleside Farms Pumpkin Village Festival, just to name a few.

Medina County is blessed to have a wonderful arts base with musicians, actors, artists, writers, and singers. Many engage in different arts organizations providing all types of arts programs throughout the county.

Be sure to take family and friends to Scene 75, High Voltage Karting, and the one-of-a-kind Castle Noel. Visit the Buckin’ Ohio website to get the dates for their monthly rodeos. Step Up to Medina County for fun, food, and entertainment.

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Abundant Opportunities to Live, Work and Play

From its official organization in 1818, to becoming the tenth fastest growing county in Ohio, Medina County has strived over 200 years to provide residents with abundant opportunities to live, work and play. Medina County is fortunate to have people who treasure the history and who are proud of the communities in which they live. With a population of around 182,470 as of the last census, Medina County offers three cities, six villages and 17 townships to call home. From historic downtowns to family-oriented suburbs to rural countryside, there is something in the county for everyone!

Do you love history? There are 29 properties and districts located on the National Register of Historic Places. Many of the local historical societies have activities to participate in throughout the year. In 2022, the Medina County Historical Society celebrated its 100th anniversary. The society held a capital drive to purchase and preserve the iconic McDowellPhillips house located at 205 S. Prospect St. in Medina. This beautiful Queen Anne Shingle-Style home was built in 1890 by R.M. McDowell. Located in the Bankers Row historic district, the house features seven fireplaces, 14 rooms, and is considered the largest house in Medina. It is a historic landmark and serves as an additional museum to house the society’s collections as well as many significant items left by

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the five generations who lived there. The society also owns the John Smart House Museum located at 206 N. Elmwood Ave. in Medina. Both house-museums are open for tours at various times throughout the year.

Did you know all Medina County Veterans who possess a Veteran Identification Card are eligible to ride Medina County’s Public Transportation for free? Veteran ID cards are issued by the Medina County Recorders Office located in the County Administration Building on the first floor.

The 273-acre Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery was opened by the Federal Government in June of 2000. The cemetery is one of only 136 such cemeteries throughout the United States.

There are seven public school districts within the county and numerous private school options. The Medina County Career Center offers courses for high school students who want to focus on advanced career technical training and academic excellence for life-long success. Courses are also offered to adults who want to start a new job or advance in their existing career. We boast The University of Akron – Medina County University Center, Cuyahoga Community College – Brunswick University Campus, and an Achievement Center which educates those with developmental disabilities. 7 111 College St Wadsworth, OH 44281 330-335-2325 2779 Medina Rd Medina, OH 44256 330-722-0472 3698 Center Rd Brunswick, OH 44212 330-225-8200 205 Center St Seville, OH 44273 330-769-3423 105 Harris St Lodi, OH 44254 330-948-2670 SERVING MEDINA FOR OVER 40 YEARS 1.877.277.5711 NO DATA CAPS - SYMMETRICAL SPEEDS - ENHANCED WI-FI Armstrong’s state-of-the-art fiber network is the most advanced broadband technology available today, built to power your household’s internet connectivity through the next generation. 
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Medina County Park District connects people with nature through education and conservation, managing more than 7,500 acres that include 19 parks and preserves, almost 50 trails, two nature centers, and Ohio’s largest natural inland lake — Chippewa Lake. Six libraries are conveniently located throughout the county to escape with a good book or partake in one of the numerous programs offered. A Bookmobile makes stops throughout the county bringing books, movies, and programs to the communities. With easy access to three interstates, Medina County provides the ideal location for nearly 4,000 businesses. Interstates I-71, I-76 and I-271 provide easy access to the large metropolitan areas of Cleveland, Akron and Columbus. There are two federal highways and eight state routes that intersect the county. All these aid in making the average travel time to work approximately 27 minutes. Feel like taking a trip out of town? The Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and the Akron-Canton Regional Airport are both under 40 minutes away! There are also two municipal airports. The Port of Cleveland, the third largest port on the Great Lakes, is located 45 minutes north on Lake Erie.

Doing business in the county was enhanced when the Medina County Fiber Network was installed, bringing high

speed connectivity to the county. In 2023, county officials along with several organizations launched the Digital Inclusion and Literacy (DIAL) program. DIAL focuses on educating county residents on accessing and using digital

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A Public Officials’ Reception, Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House were held at the new Medina County Courthouse on Tuesday, Dec. 20. Pictured left to right: Special Guest Ohio Supreme Court Justice Patrick Fischer, former Commissioner Bill Hutson, former Judge Christopher Collier, Common Pleas Judge Joyce Kimbler, Commissioner Colleen Swedyk, Domestic Relations Judge Julie Schafer, Juvenile/ Probate Judge Kevin Dunn, Commissioner Steve Hambley and former County Administrator Scott Miller.

resources. It is an introductory program that allows residents to take in-person or online courses regarding technology-based topics. The program includes a course on content streaming to learn how to use internet-based streaming services; a course on how to create a non-carrier specific email, like a Gmail account, and how to combine your existing email account with the new email; a course on Chromebook laptop; and a course on internet basics and online safety. Visit for more

information or to register for classes.

In December 2022, a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house were held for the newly constructed Medina County Courthouse. The commissioners invited Ohio Supreme Court Justice Patrick F. Fisher to the event as a special guest to speak during the ceremony. The new courthouse consists of four floors and provides approximately 86,300 square feet of new space and approximately 21,000 square feet of renovated space. Gilbane Building Company began excavation on the site in July 2021. Construction of the footers and foundation started in August 2021, and the steel structure was completed in March 2022. Constructed behind the current courthouse, the new courthouse includes the County Clerk, sally port, secure holding areas, Common Pleas Court, Juvenile and Probate courts, Juvenile Probation and County Adult Probation. Renovations to the 1841 Courthouse located on Medina’s Historic Public Square are expected to be completed in June 2023 creating a safer, more efficient courthouse with ample space to serve the citizens of Medina County for many years to come.

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Medina County Commissioners (l-r) Stephen D. Hambley, Colleen M. Swedyk, and Aaron M. Harrison.

The team at Medina County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) focuses on attracting, retaining, and expanding businesses. The business base of Medina County is not concentrated in any one industry, and the local economy has proven that diversification of industry is the key to stability, regardless of economic climate. We are always looking to attract new businesses to Medina County, especially small, closely held, or family-owned businesses. Through our business outreach program, we meet with over 200 companies annually to learn from their successes, anticipate their needs, and help them achieve their goals. MCEDC helps retain businesses by providing them access to financing resources, connecting them to workforce and

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educational partners and their programs, and negotiating local and state incentives.

Medina County’s business community continues to see tremendous growth, particularly by innovative companies that have found new market niches and opened new product lines during the past year. Through a variety of partnerships, MCEDC supports businesses’ growth, allocating resources to those who need help expanding their businesses.

To combat existing workforce challenges, MCEDC created and strengthened programs keeping our high school graduates in Medina County to start their careers. In 2022, we hired a career coach who has helped more than 2,000 students explore career interests, connect them with prospective employers, and help them find career opportunities.

To support new graduates in their career paths, we developed a program awarding scholarships to students who

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have gained employment immediately following high school graduation to aid them in acquiring the necessary tools to start their career. This year we awarded $1,000 scholarships to seventeen students. Our Pre-Apprentice program is certified by Apprentice Ohio and provides an opportunity for students to gain soft skills, learn about careers in Medina County, and ultimately earn two graduation seals for completing the program. In the first two years of the Pre-Apprenticeship program, almost 150 students have earned their graduation seals.

The workforce shortage continues to be a challenge for businesses in Medina County, but MCEDC is taking proactive steps to close the employment gap. MCEDC operates to help unemployed residents find jobs and help employers hire workers from outside the county. The website lists current job openings in Medina County at every level of employment and our office works with partner organizations to ensure every Medina County resident who wants a job can find a position fitting their needs, skills, and situation.

The Medina County Economic Development Corporation is here to support all businesses and help them meet their goals. If you are a company that would like to discuss your plans, business development resources, or talent acquisition and retention, visit MCEDC at or call our office at 330-722-9215.


Opportunities Abound

Made in Medina County’s mission is to raise awareness and educate the residents, students, and businesses as to the

economic importance and opportunities of our manufacturing industry and skilled trade careers. To learn much more about

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Workforce Development

Workforce is the number one business issue in Medina County today. Medina County Economic Development Corporation is working hard on ways to bring new people into the county, keep the people we have in the county and get businesses the workers they need. Did you know over 50% of the population of Medina County leaves for work every day? And according to the U.S. Census, they commute on average of 27.6 minutes. If you, or someone you know is one of those people, we want you to know we have great jobs right here in Medina County ready and waiting!

To help our residents find those great opportunities, we have created Only positions available in Medina County can be posted on the site and we have fantastic opportunities all the time!

There are jobs available in manufacturing, retail, healthcare,

and many other fields at all wage levels. And we are adding postings every day! Be sure to check out!

Medina County Economic Development Health Report

Medina County Year-End 2022

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New Capital Investment $450,930,063 Square Footage Absorbed 2,480,877 New Jobs 1,420 New Payroll $28,246,200 Jobs Retained 1,379 # of Projects Completed 296

See For Yourself

In the Northeast region of Medina County, there are two unique locations for hiking and recreation. Whipp’s Ledges, part of Hinckley Reservation, and Princess Ledges Nature Preserve in Brunswick, part of the Medina County Park District, feature geology of sandstone outcrops and ledges.

In the central region of Medina County, the Medina County Park District provides access to the Chippewa Nature Areas – including The Chippewa Inlet Trail and The Chippewa Rail Trail.

Home to an active blue heron rookery and bald eagle nest, the Medina Marsh is a 126-acre high-quality wetland complex in the floodplain of the West Branch of the Rocky River and is protected land along the river.

Killbuck Lakes offers opportunities for fishing, hiking, canoeing, kayaking and wildlife observation.  The lake provides an important habitat for waterfowl to eat and rest during migration.

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If you’re a graduate or alumni ages 18-24, don’t miss out on this opportunity!

If you’re a graduate or alumni ages 18-24, don’t miss out on this opportunity!

If you’re a graduate or alumni ages 18-24, don’t miss out on this opportunity!

Could you be eligible for FREE Adult Education training? All Medina County graduates are!

Could you be eligible for FREE Adult Education training? All Medina County graduates are!

Could you be eligible for FREE Adult Education training? All Medina County graduates are!

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3. Complete the FAFSA for the Pell Grant or apply to the VA, if applicable.

4. Pay the registration fee, book, and supply charges. Tuition ONLY will be paid by the Medina County Career Center Board of Education. Other required fees, program fees, miscellaneous, fees and books are not covered by this award.

Complete the FAFSA for the Pell Grant or apply to the VA, if applicable. ONLY fees and books are not covered by this award.

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For more information on our programs and to start your application, click the QR code or call 330-725-8461, ext. 155.

will be paid by the Medina County Career Center Board of Education. Other required fees, program fees, miscellaneous, our programs and to start your application, click the QR code or call 330-725-8461, ext. 155.

The Medina County Career Center offers both high school and adult continuing education opportunities. Visit our Open Houses to learn more about MCCC (schedule below).

The Medina County Career Center offers both high school and adult continuing education opportunities. Visit our Open Houses to learn more about MCCC (schedule below).

The Medina County Career Center offers both high school and adult continuing education opportunities. Visit our Open Houses to learn more about MCCC (schedule below).

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Stepping Up to Excellence

For the first time in the three years I have been asked to provide a synopsis of education in Medina County, I won’t reference COVID! With a return to the most “normal” school year we’ve seen in recent memory, comes similar adjustments that the larger society has faced – the schedules and interactions all of us took for granted in those preCOVID years are now front and center. In my nearly 20 years in education, I have come to learn that schools represent and function as more than just educational institutions – they are a microcosm of the society which will come to be as each generation graduates and moves beyond the walls of their school.

In schools across the world - just as in Medina Countystudents learn not only academics but also how to interact with others, how to handle challenging situations, and how to overcome adversity. They learn how to be citizens of the communities they will populate in the coming years. Perhaps I’m biased based on my upbringing in Medina County but my family and I specifically sought to return to Medina County because there are few other communities in Ohio in which you can find a such a range of opportunities and school-community environments - from our most rural districts, to suburban districts, and our larger city districtsthere is a community and school setting for all. Each of those districts embody the spirit and values of their communities in the educational and extracurricular

opportunities they provide. In recent years there has been much research and writing about how the school is no longer a focal point of the community, but I would argue that, especially in Medina County, this is not the case. People from all walks of life are passionate about what their schools represent, and the environment and support provided to students as they grow throughout their educational journey. They care about the education their children receive and they care about the outcome - because Preschool through Twelfth Grade is just the beginning of the lives of the next generation. I am proud to say that each of the schools in Medina County are preparing our children and young adults to become successful in all arenas including military, industry, and post-secondary education. On behalf of the schools in Medina County - thank you for your support! And to all the educators across the county whose efforts go above and beyond for our children - thank you for preparing the next generation to be successful citizens!

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Medina County District Library serves the community with six libraries, a Bookmobile, and Outreach Services.

Get all your reading materials and entertainment without coming to the library with our FREE collection, complete with ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, music, TV shows and movies! Get started with the Libby, hoopla and kanopy apps.

Check out the Makerspace and Digital Lab in the Medina Library. Create custom gifts with the embroidery or Cricut machines, 3-D printer, laser engraver and more. Print banners and stickers and convert old movies, photos and slides to digital images in the Digital Lab. Learn more


Finally, the library focuses special attention on our youngest patrons with early literacy skills and events to help kids get ready for school, On the opposite end of the spectrum, we care about keeping our seniors reading and engaged by bringing library materials to them at home, via the Bookmobile, or in senior living communities,

That’s just the beginning, learn about all we offer at

Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) opened in 1963 as Ohio’s first community college. It remains the state’s largest public community college with the lowest tuition. Over the past half-century, Tri-C has provided high-quality, affordable education and programs to more than one million community members, fueling economic growth and meeting workforce needs in Northeast Ohio. The College is among the top institutions in the nation for conferring associate degrees.

An extension of Tri-C’s Western Campus, the Brunswick University Center (BUC) offers opportunities for individuals seeking affordable and accessible higher education in Medina County. Tri-C has served as an educational partner in Brunswick for more than a decade. This partnership provides college credit to high school students as well as coursework for community members seeking a college degree, professional development or exploring a new interest.

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Markerspace Brandon and Charlotte Halleen David Corrado, CEO, Medina County Fiber Network Steven Walbolt, President, MDG Flooring America Mark Priebe, Board Member, Medina County Convention & Visitors Bureau Robert Hlasko, Superintendent, Educational Service Center of Medina County Teresa Goebel, D.O., Summa Health Medina Medical Center Bethany Dentler, Executive Director, Medina County Economic Development Corporation Stephen D. Hambley, Medina County Commissioner Aaron M. Harrison, Medina County Commissioner Colleen M. Swedyk, Medina County Commissioner
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Kent Iler, Owner Iler Networking & Computing

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MDG Flooring America

MDG Flooring America is a floor covering retailer, located in Medina, OH specializing in custom floors, showers, and backsplashes. They have a 5,000-square-foot showroom that allows their consumers to make selections with one of their trained sales consultants.

If you are looking for budget-friendly selections or customization, MDG Flooring America offers many options to accommodate every client. Many customers have returned since the opening in 2001 and have referred friends and family, which MDG considers the highest compliment they can receive.

As a 20+ year family business, they treat everyone like family and hold themselves accountable to deliver a superior experience every time.

With the addition of Kiba Studios, the MDG showroom now offers a one-stop shop for everything needed to upgrade kitchens and bathrooms, with everything from quality cabinets and countertops to plumbing accessories and organizing systems.

Summa Health Medina Medical Center

Teresa Goebel, D.O. specializes in hematology and medical oncology and is employed by Summa Health Medical Group. She is passionate about providing quality care in all aspects of hematology/oncology and has a special interest in breast cancer. Dr. Goebel is a member of a team of specialists who practice at Summa Health Medina Medical Center. She provides comprehensive care for patients who live and/or work in the Medina area.

Dr. Goebel received her medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her internal medicine residency at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio. She completed her fellowship in hematology/oncology at University Hospitals Case Medical Center. She is board certified in medical oncology, hematology and internal medicine.

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Iler Networking & Computing

Iler Networking & Computing has been supporting businesses with their IT needs since 1994. Kent Iler, President & CEO, is passionate about technology, and has built a professional team of technology experts. “For All Your Computing Needs” means they can do it all for you: Wired/ Wireless Networking, Servers, Workstations, Cybersecurity solutions, Internet access, E-Mail hosting with Malware and SPAM protection, Website Development and Hosting, Backup/Disaster Recovery, VOIP Phone Systems, Security Cameras, 3D Printing, and more, thus allowing top notch technology performance with the appropriate security. With the continued increase of cyber-attacks and Ransomware, Iler can make sure you’re not another victim and your technology is well tuned, helping you focus on running your business. Kent and his family have resided in Lorain County since 1998. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Elyria, and is a deacon at First Baptist Church of Elyria. Kent also started Iler Aerial Imaging in 2016 – handling professional video production and drones services/ training.

Kent Iler, Owner

Since 2008, Bethany Dentler has been the Executive Director of the Medina County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC), growing the organization from three employees to nine. Under her leadership, MCEDC has assisted 350 expanding companies which have invested $2.2 billion in new capital and created 6,000 new jobs in Medina County.

With her duties extending to the administration of the Medina County Port Authority, Bethany has also overseen the development of the 150-mile Medina County Fiber Network which is bringing residential fiber throughout the county.

In 2022, Bethany was honored as an economic development leader by the National Rural Economic Development Association. She also received the Regional Economic Development Leader award from Team NEO in 2018.

Bethany advocates for Medina County businesses through service on regional boards such as Summit-Medina Workforce Development Board, Cascade Capital Corporation, and Team NEO’s Business Development Council. 21
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Cancer Care Close to Home

At Summa Health, we know a cancer diagnosis can be frightening, perhaps even overwhelming. By visiting Summa

Health’s Cancer Institute, our team of cancer experts can help you live with, through and beyond cancer. By combining the latest cancer treatment technology with personalized, compassionate, patient-centered care, we create an environment focused on whole-person healing.

Such is the environment we have created at Summa Health Medina Medical Center. For many types of cancer, our patients have access to outpatient infusion services, medical oncology including the latest treatment options as well as high-tech radiation techniques.

A full suite of breast imaging is available in Medina, including 3D mammography for screening and diagnostics, diagnostic ultrasound and ultrasound-guided core biopsy. While a mammogram is the most important screening exam for early breast cancer detection, a Breast MRI or FAST MRI are additional tools for breast evaluation in females with dense breasts or increased lifetime risk for breast cancer.

Some patients are encouraged to access the High Risk Breast Clinic, whose goal is to help patients identify their lifetime risk and work to minimize their risk of developing breast cancer. Summa Health offers the only one of its kind in Medina County.

At Summa Health, our goal is always to provide patients, their families and caregivers with individualized support through all phases of the cancer experience. We follow up with patients for life.

Our cancer team is here for your entire cancer journey. To learn more about Summa Health’s cancer services, visit or call 877.201.0471 for an appointment.

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Taking Care of Your Skin

Trillium Creek Dermatology is a family-owned and operated business with four locations throughout Northeast Ohio. Our Medical Directors, Drs. Helen and Leonard Torok, have been serving our community for over 45 years. There are few places in the country offering the quality care, innovation, and state-of-the-art procedures that are available at Trillium Creek Dermatology.

Our team of skin experts is comprised of Dermatologists, a Mohs Surgeon, Physician Assistants, and Cosmetic Registered Nurses. Working as a collaborative team, we offer world-class skin care by using the latest techniques and technologies in the industry. Skin conditions can be stressful and that can increase the severity of outbreaks and flare-ups, depending on the condition. Our staff is highly trained to diagnose and treat babies, children, teens, and adults with a range of skin issues such as acne, rashes, warts, autoimmune diseases, skin cancers, and much more. You want a highly skilled dermatologist or provider that can accurately diagnose and treat your condition, helping you regain your confidence and self-esteem. Trillium Creek Dermatology also offers a wide

variety of anti-aging cosmetic procedures including Botox®, fillers, and lasers to help turn back the hands of time.

We have online scheduling, virtual visits, and same-day appointments. Call 330-725-0569 or visit us online at to schedule an appointment or to learn more about all the conditions we treat and the cosmetic services we offer.

Our practices are conveniently located in Brunswick, Medina, Wadsworth, and Wooster, OH. The Wadsworth location has been in operation since May 2019 and is located at 300 Weatherstone Drive #106. We are very excited to be celebrating our 20-year anniversary this June at our Medina location on Wooster Pike. 23 Enjoy Services •Hair, Spa, and Nail Services performed by students under the supervision of licensed instructors •Day & Evening Appointments Available Schedule Your Appointment Online Shop Aveda Find your favorite Aveda products, redeem your Aveda + Rewards, experience something new Start Your Career Offering Cosmetology, Esthetics Classes LocalFamilyOwnedBusiness For more info, visit or contact the Admission Director 440-255-9494 ext. 402 Show this ad for $10 off a service! Contact Ohio Early Intervention at 1-800-755-GROW or visit Contact Ohio Early Intervention at or visit Contact Ohio Early Intervention at 1 800 755 GROW or visit 1-800-755-GROW Contact Ohio Early Intervention at 1-800-755-GROW or visit

An Unmatched Level of Service

The Soprema Senior Center & Café, located at 617 School Drive on Wadsworth’s vibrant community center campus, offers traditional senior programming and a wide array of new and innovative opportunities. Membership is free to anyone 55+ and includes many perks.

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24/7 Nursing Care • Respite Care

The Soprema Café, located inside the senior center and operated by the Medina County Office for Older Adults, is open to the public on weekdays from 7:30 am – 2:00 pm and is a dining hot spot for all ages. Serving breakfast, daily lunch specials, coffee, and much more, make plans to patronize this local gem – your taste buds will thank you!

The best way to learn more about the Soprema Senior Center & Café and their “unmatched” level of service is to stop by in person to see everything in action! Contact the Center via email at, 330-335-1513, or online at SopremaSeniorCenter 27

Slo Roll Cycling Rides

August 3 – Real Railroad & Dunklin

Medina County Career Center back lot - 1101 Liberty St. Lester Rail Trail

August 17 – Brunswick Lake to Mapleside

Panera Brunswick parking lot – 1405 Parschen Dr.


August 31 – Waffle Cone Ride

Granger Rd. Trailhead – 3733 Granger Rd. Medina Twp. – Lake Medina Greenway Trail

September 8 – S’More Cycling

Chippewa Yacht Club – Longacre Dr. South of the Oaks Restaurant Chippewa Lake and Chippewa Inlet Trail

S’More & Campfire Social following the ride!

• Rides are approximately 8-10 miles in length.

• Riders assemble at 6:15 p.m. Rides start at 6:30 p.m.

• Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

• All riders must wear helmet and bright clothes.

• Water bottles and bike gloves recommended.

• Front & rear blinking lights HIGHLY recommended. Visit and for more information.

Where to Seek Help

The Medina County ADAMH Board assures the availability of high-quality alcohol, drug addiction, and mental health services to all Medina County residents through planning; purchasing cost effective services to the extent resources are available; coordinating services; and evaluating these services.

The Board of Directors for the Medina County ADAMH Board is a voluntary public body made up of 14 county citizens who are appointed by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and the County Commissioners. The ADAMH Board provides oversight and direction of multi-faceted, behavioral healthcare community programs and services. The Board’s providers offer treatment, prevention, and education. The ADAMH Board identifies needs, funds, monitors, and evaluates mental health and substance abuse services. The services are available to all citizens of Medina County, regardless of their ability to pay.

For more information, providers, and resources, please visit

24/7 Crisis & Behavioral Health Helpline 330-725-9195

Crisis Text Line: Text “4HOPE” to 741731

28 Medina County Magazine & Community Guide | 2023-2024 If you or a family member is experiencing a mental health or substance use emergency, seek immediate assistance by calling our 24/7 Crisis & Behavioral Health Helpline at 330-725-9195 330-723-9642
a system of providers to administer high quality behavioral health services through a continuum of care that includes options for mental health and substance use treatment, prevention services and recovery supports. Additionally, the ADAMH Board works to reduce the stigma of mental health and substance use concerns through collaboration, education and advocacy efforts. Bike Medina County 2023
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Park District 1 Allardale 2 Buckeye Woods Parks District Headquarters 3 Brunswick Lake Susan Hambley Nature Center 4 Carolyn Ludwig Mugrage 5 Green Leaf 6 Hubbard Valley/ Buffalo Creek 7 Lake Medina 8 Letha House 9 Plum Creek 10 River Styx 11 Holmesbrook Park 12 Black River Hidden Hollow Camp Bluebell Valley 13 Chippewa Lake Krabill Lodge/ Boat Ramp 14 Killbuck Lakes 15 Medina Marsh 16 Princess Ledges 17 Schleman 18 Litchfield Wetlands 19 Sharon PARKS NATURE PRESERVES 20 Chippewa Inlet Trail 21 Chippewa Rail Trail 22 Lester Rail Trail 23 Montville Trail 24 Alderfer-Chatfield Oenslager Nature Center 25 Granger Wetlands opening late summer/fall MULTIPURPOSE TRAILS WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES
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Connecting Through Nature

Medina County Park District connects people with nature through education and conservation, managing more than 8,300 acres that include 21 open sites, over 50 trails, two nature centers, several multipurpose trails, and Ohio’s largest natural inland lake -- Chippewa Lake. Visitors can enjoy cycling, sledding, cross-country skiing, boating, paddle sports, horseback riding, and more. Open-air and enclosed shelters can be reserved for events large and small. The park district offers a range of public programs for all ages and interests -- almost all of them free -including an environmental education curriculum aligned with Ohio Department of Education learning standards.

The park district’s boundaries include all of Medina County except Hinckley Township, which is part of the Cleveland Metroparks system. A three-member board of commissioners, appointed by the probate judge of Medina County, governs the park district. The commissioners, who serve without compensation, appoint the park district director. The director, in turn, hires the staff that oversees dayto-day operations.

Visit to register for programs, download trail maps, reserve shelters, and much more. You can also follow the park district on these social media sites: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn.

The Medina Connection

Did you know that Ohio’s official State Trail, the Buckeye Trail, passes right through Medina County? Did you know that you could step on the Buckeye Trail and follow it in either direction and end up at Headlands State Park on Lake Erie or at Eden Park in Cincinnati? Now you do!

The Buckeye Trail is a 1440+ mile trail that loops around the state of Ohio. The Buckeye Trail Association, Inc. (BTA) maintains the trail along with managers and partners of land that the trail passes across on its path around Ohio. Founded in 1959, Buckeye Trail Association started with a vision to build a trail from the Ohio River to Lake Erie. Over the years, the trail expanded to become a loop touching on all four sides of the state while passing through forested, scenic, historic, and populated areas. About half the trail is off road.

In Medina County, the trail enters through Findley State Park on the west and passes on a variety of county and township roads to visit Spencer Lake, Lester Rail Trail, Medina Square, Champion Creek Trail, Medina Lake, and Hinckley Reservation before leaving the county to enter Summit County and continuing on its way.

The trail is marked by blue blazes, 2”x6”, so if you see them along the roads, in some of the parks, or other locations, you will know you are on the Buckeye Trail. Even Medina Square has blazes on its north and east sides, posted there with permission of the Medina City Engineer.

For more information about the Buckeye Trail, visit the BTA web site at

30 Medina County Magazine & Community Guide | 2023-2024 PARKS & RECREATION We are preserving what you love about Medina County. • Over 8,300 acres • 21 open sites • Over 50 trails • Two nature centers • 15 shelters/facilities for events • Several multipurpose trails
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Important Phone Numbers

Medina County


City of Brunswick

Mayor Ron Falconi


City of Medina

Mayor Dennis Hanwell


City of Wadsworth Mayor Robin L. Laubaugh



Brunswick Hills Township


Chatham Township 330-667-6020

Granger Township 330-239-3611

Guilford Township


Harrisville Township


Hinckley Township 330-278-4181

Homer Township 330-625-3012

Lafayette Township 330-725-6515

Litchfield Township 330-723-6966

Liverpool Township 330-483-3102

Medina Township 330-721-1380

Montville Township 330-725-8313

Sharon Township 330-239-4406

Spencer Township 330-648-2666

Wadsworth Township 330-336-6161

Westfield Township 330-887-5562

York Township 330-722-0185


Village of Chippewa Lake

Mayor Joanne Dodaro

P.O. Box 25, 24 Circle Crest Chippewa Lake, OH 44215 330-769-3895

Village of Gloria Glens

Mayor John Dean 7966 Lake Rd. P.O. Box 457 Chippewa Lake, OH 44215


Village of Lodi

Mayor Robert Geissman 108 Ainsworth St. Lodi, OH 44254 330-948-2040

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Village of Seville

Mayor Carol Carter

120 Royal Crest Dr. Seville, OH 44273


Village of Spencer

Mayor Dan DeRossett

109 N. Main St. P.O. Box 336

Spencer, OH 44275


Village of Westfield Center

Mayor Thomas Horwedel

6701 Greenwich Rd., P.O. Box 750 Westfield Center, OH 44251 330-887-5151


Auditor 144 N. Broadway St., #301

Medina, OH 44256 330-725-9754

Board of Elections

3800 Stonegate Dr., Ste. C Medina, OH 44256 330-722-9278


144 North Broadway St., Room 201

Medina, OH 44256 330-722-9208

Medina County Economic Development Corporation

144 N. Broadway St., Suite 119 Medina, OH 44256 330-722-9215

Fiber Network

144 N. Broadway, Room 202 Medina, OH 44256 330-722-9215

Health Department

4800 Ledgewood Dr. Medina, OH 44256 330-723-9688

Job & Family Services

232 Northland Dr. Medina, OH 44256 330-722-9300

Medina County Treasurer 144 N. Broadway St., # 107 Medina, Ohio 44256 330-725-9748

Medina Municipal Airport 2050 Medina Rd. Medina, OH 44256


Office for Older Adults 246 Northland Dr. Medina, OH 44256


Park District 6364 Deerview Lane Medina, OH 44256


Public Transit

6094 Wedgewood Rd. Medina, OH 44256


Sheriff’s Office 555 Independence Dr. Medina, OH 44256


Emergency 9-1-1

Solid Waste District 8700 Lake Rd. Seville, OH 44273 330-769-0289

Veteran’s Service Commission 210 Northland Dr. Medina, OH 44256 330-722-9368

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COUNTY INFORMATION • Servers • Cybersecurity Solutions • Desktops/ Workstations • Anti-SPAM Solutions • Laptops/ Notebooks/ Tablets • Business Telephone Systems • Firewalls/ Routers/ Switches • Back up/ Disaster Recovery • Wireless/ Wired Infrastructure • Server Virtualization • Cloud and On-Premise Email • Website Development/ Hosting 440-322-ILER (4537) l 440-458-5207 (Fax) 5061 N Abbe Road, Suite 3 l Sheffield Village Supporting Businesses since 1994 Sales/ Service/ Support for:  Continued on page 34

If you enjoy great locally crafted beer, ales and lager, Medina is the place to be. Please check out the breweries listed below and check out the Medina County Brewery Passport Program with more details at www.facebook. com/MedinaCountyBreweryPassport

Medina Brewing Company 320 S. Court St., Medina 330-952-1217

MAD Brewing Company at The Foundry Social 333 Foundry St., Medina 330-333-9000

Lager Heads Brewing Company 325 W. Smith Rd., Medina 330-721-2337

Blue Heron Brewery 3227 Blue Heron Trace, Medina 330-870-2583

Wrecking Crew Brew Works 144 N. Court St., Medina 330-952-1480

Planted Flag Brewing 3594 Pearl Rd., Medina 330-952-BREW

Hoppy Dude Brews 1369 Ridge Rd., Hinckley 330-278-1072

Wadsworth Brewing Company 126 Main St., Wadsworth 330-475-4935

Akronym Brewing Taproom 58 E. Market St., Akron 330-805-4081

Public House 5121 Buehlers Dr., Medina 330-952-1112

Jilbert Winery & D.J. Malthopper Brewery 1496 Columbia Rd., Valley City 216-618-5749

Prime rib steak seafood AwArd winning AND
Rd. (330)
2809 Pearl
Medina, OH 44256
725-6288 33
Enjoy Responsibly


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Wadsworth Municipal Airport

840 Airport Dr. Wadsworth, OH 44281


Medina County Events is the only centralized resource for community events. Residents of Medina County are encouraged to visit for detailed information about happenings throughout the county.

Medina County Convention & Visitors Bureau

23 Public Square, Suit 200 Medina, OH 44256 330-722-5502

Medina County District Library 210 South Broadway Medina, OH 44256 330-725-0588

Brunswick Branch Library 3649 Center Rd., Brunswick 330-273-4150

Buckeye Branch Library 6625 Wolf Rd., Medina 330-725-4415

Highland Branch Library 4160 Ridge Rd., Medina 330-278-4271

Lodi Branch Library 635 Wooster St., Lodi 330-948-1885

Seville Branch Library 45 Center St., Seville 330-769-2852

Wadsworth Library 132 Broad St., Wadsworth 330-334-5761

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Medina County Area Hotels

Spitzer House Bed & Breakfast 504 W. Liberty St., Medina | 330-952-2129

Holiday Inn Express & Suites 231 Park Center Dr., Wadsworth | 330-334-7666

Holiday Inn Express & Suites 5185 Gateway Dr., Medina | 330-722-6006

Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham 5025 Park Ave W., Seville | 330-769-5025

Hampton Inn Medina 3073 Eastpointe Dr., Medina | 330-721-8955

Super 8 by Wyndham Medina 5161 Montville Dr., Medina | 330-723-8118

Red Roof Inn Medina 5021 Eastpointe Dr., Medina | 937-328-1675

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Richfield 5171 Brecksville Rd., Richfield | 330-523-5000

Quality Inn & Suites 4949 Park Ave W., Seville | 330-769-4949

Comfort Suites 1464 Town Center Blvd. Brunswick | 855-239-9300

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriot 3125 Eastpointe Dr., Medina | 330-722-1722

Quality Inn & Suites 4742 Brecksville Rd., Richfield | 330-659-6151

Best Western Plus Strongsville 15471 Royalton Rd., Strongsville | 440-238-8800

Holiday Inn Akron West 4073 Medina Rd., Akron | 234-466-7327

Quality Inn & Suites Medina 2850 Medina Rd., Medina | 330-723-4994

Westfield Inn 6789 Greenwich Rd., Westfield Center | 330-877-6701

UWSUMMITMEDINA.ORG Medina County Veterans Service O ce 210 Northland Drive l Medina, OH 44256 l 330-722-9368 VA Claims Assistance Transportation l Financial Assistance FREE Services To Our Veterans & Military Families Providing Gymnastics & Fitness training and coaching in a safe and positive environment for all ages and abilities. PreSchool Classes Adult & Kids Fitness Classes Grade School Classes Birthday/Private Parties Competitive Team Boys Ninja Classes Developing Happy, Con dent, Responsible and Healthy Individuals! 2780 Carquest Drive, Brunswick 330-220-3121 Registration Open! 35 Sleep


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Black River Local Schools

257 County Rd. 40 Sullivan, OH 44880


Brunswick City Schools

3643 Center Rd.

Brunswick, OH 44212


Buckeye Local School District 3044 Columbia Rd. Medina, OH 44256


Cloverleaf Local Schools 8525 Friendsville Rd. Lodi, OH 44254


Highland Local Schools 3880 Ridge Rd. Medina, OH 44256


Medina City Schools 739 Weymouth Rd. Medina, OH 44256


Wadsworth City Schools 524 Broad St. Wadsworth, OH 44281 330-336-3571

Four Cities Compact –Barberton, Copley, Norton & Wadsworth 524 Broad St. Wadsworth, OH 44281


Medina County Career Center 1101 W. Liberty St. Medina, OH 44256 330-725-8461

University of Akron Medina County University Center 6300 Technology Dr. Medina, OH 44256 330-721-2210

Events Around The County


Weymouth Day

Weymouth Preservation Society 3314 Myers Rd., Medina 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. www.weymouthpreservation

Medina Square Farmers Market Medina Public Square - Saturdays 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. /medina-square-farmers-market.html


Medina Candlelight Walk Medina Public Square, Medina Fri. and Sat.: 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Sun.: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. /candlelight-walk.html


Wadsworth Candlelight Walk Main Street, Wadsworth, OH 44281 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Cuyahoga Community College Brunswick University Center 3605 Center Rd.

Brunswick, OH 44212 866-933-5182


Medina County Locations

Brunswick 3955 Center Rd. 330-225-3115

Chippewa Lake 5825 Heatherhedge Dr. 330-769-3514

Hinckley 1294 Ridge Rd. 330-278-3201

Homerville 12079 Greenwich Rd. 330-625-2043

Lodi 149 Harris St. 330-948-1515

Medina 303 N. Court St. 330-722-6511

Medina Carrier Annex 1195 Industrial Pkwy. 330-721-4896

Seville 44 E. Market St. 330-769-3450

Sharon Center 1332 Sharon Copley Rd. 330-239-1081

Spencer 106 S. Jackson St. 330-648-2631

Valley City 1409 Barn Run Dr. 330-483-3434

Wadsworth 165 Broad St. 330-334-1332 119 S. Lyman St. 330-334-1332

Westfield Center 6701 Greenwich Rd. 330-887-5010

2024 June

Wadsworth Blue Tip Festival 120 Maple St., Wadsworth Hours vary

St. Ambrose Summer Festival 929 Pearl Road, Brunswick Hours vary


Wadsworth Independence Day Fireworks and Food Trucks 102 Main Street, Wadsworth 6:00 - 10:30 p.m. /2023-events

Chippewa Lake 4th of July Parade Gloria Glens Town Hall Lions Club Park, Chippewa Lake 1:00 p.m.

Medina Independence Day Parade

Medina High School Parking Lot Medina Square, Medina 4:00 p.m. news/2021/05/12/july-4th-parade

Medina Art In The Park Courthouse Square, Medina, OH 44256

10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. art-in-the-park-2023

Valley City Frog Jump Festival 1200 Maple St., Valley City

11:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Medina County Fair 720 W. Smith Rd., Medina

August Balloons Over Wadsworth Wadsworth Municipal Airport 840 Airport Dr., Wadsworth 3:00 - 10:00 p.m.

An Affair On The Square Craft & Vintage Fair Medina Public Square, Medina 11:00am - 5:00 p.m.

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For the Wine Enthusiast

Das Weinhaus 7969 Crow Road, Litchfield 330-391-9400

Hi Low Winery & Bistro 588 Medina Road, Medina 844-466-4456

Weymouth Farms and Orchard 2398 Weymouth Road, Hinckley 330-460-4565

Jilbert Winery 1496 Columbia Road, Valley City 216-618-5749

White Timbers Winery 10036 Rittman Road, Wadsworth 330-331-7383

Filia Cellars 3059 Greenwich Road, Wadsworth 330-331-7522

623 West Liberty St. Medina, Ohio 44256 Shop our homeunique décor too! (330) 723-4359 Helping Businesses Access Capital and Reach Financial Goals 1392 High Street, Suite 207 l Wadsworth 234-217-9033 39

Saying “I Do”

Wedding traditions and customs vary greatly between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, countries, and social classes. Most wedding ceremonies involve an exchange of marriage vows by a couple, presentation of a gift (offering, rings, symbolic item, flowers, money, dress), and a public proclamation of marriage by an authority figure or celebrant followed by a wedding reception.

Below is a list of wonderful locations throughout Medina County to host your wedding and reception.

Plan your visit!

Amy’s Arbors 6735 Center Rd., Valley City 330-483-9463

Blue Heron Brewery & Event Center 3227 Blue Heron Trace, Medina 330-870-2583

Coppertop Golf Club 5740 Center Rd., Valley City 330-225-6122

Diamond Event Center 1480 Pearl Rd., Brunswick OH 44212 330-225-1995,

Mapleside Farms 294 Pearl Rd., Brunswick OH 44212 330-225-5577, 440-845-0800 for weddings & events

Medina Country Club –Members Only Club 5588 Wedgewood Rd., Medina 330-725-6621

Skyview Lodge 366 Pearl Rd., Brunswick 330-225-8345,

The Oaks 5878 Longacre Lane., Chippewa Lake 330-769-260,

Vell’s Event Center 3526 Pearl Rd., Medina 330-722-0621,

Westfield Country Club

The Blaire Center 6500 Greenwich Rd., Westfield Center 330-877-0391,

Weymouth Country Club 3946 Weymouth Rd., Medina 330-725-6297,

White Birch Barn 7180 W. Smith Rd., Medina 330-441-0945,

White Timbers Winery, Vineyard & Events 10036 Rittman Rd., Wadsworth 330-331-7383

Williams on the Lake 787 Lafayette Rd., Medina 330-722-6766

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Want to be in the next Community Guide? Become an advertiser! Call: 440-346-4482 Thank you Medina County! Alex Drellishak Community Consultant 440-263-2263 Scott Hughes Vice President - Sales 440-823-1908 Akron BBB l Better Business Bureau p 35 All Construction Services l Construction Services p 9 Armstrong l Cable, Internet, Telephone p 7 Bellezza Avanti Spa & Salon l Spa & Salon p 22 Blair Rubber & Hyload Inc. l Manufacturing/Employment Opportunities p 10 Brown Aveda Institute l Schools/Cosmetology & Salon Services p 23 Cuyahoga Community College-Brunswick University Center l College p 19 Five-Star Gymnastics l Gymnastics Center p 35 H & R Block l Accounting/Financial Services p 7 Hill, Stonestreet & Co. l Accounting/Financial Services p 8 Hospice of Medina County l Hospice Services p 27 Iler Networking & Computing l Networking & Computer Service/Sales p 21, 32 Image Builders Marketing l Community Magazines p 41 Life’s Treasures Thrift Shop l Thrift Store p 34 LonaRock l Business Management Consulting p 39 MAGNET l Business Management Consulting p 12 Main Street Medina l Community Organization p 40 MDG Flooring America & Kiba Studios l Floor Coverings/Kitchen & Bath Remodeling p 21, 28 Medina County ADAMH l Mental Health Services/Alcohol & Drug Addiction p 28 Medina County Career Center l Schools/Career & Technical p 16, 17 Medina County Convention & Visitors Bureau l Visitors Bureau/Tourism p 15 Medina County District Library l Library p 32 Medina County Economic Development Corp. l Economic Development p 10, 21 Medina County Family First Council l Ohio Early Intervention Program p 21 Medina County Federal Credit Union l Credit Union p 39 Medina County Park District l Recreation/County Park p 30 Medina County Veterans Services l Veterans Services p 35 Medina Fiber l Cable, Internet, Telephone/Utilities p 5 Owens Corning l Manufacturing/Employment Opportunities p 13 Pearlview Rehab & Wellness Center l Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation p 26 Ravago l Manufacturing/Employment Opportunities p 10 Rico Manufacturing Inc. l Manufacturing/Employment Opportunities p 14 Root Candles l Candles/Gifts p 39 Scott Merk - eXp Realty l Realtors p 3 Semper Fidelis Financial l Financial Planning & Investments p 8 Star Inc. l Design-Build Contractors/Construction Services p 12 Summa Health l Hospital/Medical Facilities p 21, Back Cover Superior Roll Forming l Manufacturing/Employment Opportunities p 11 Swagelok Company l Manufacturing/Employment Opportunities p 1 The Foundry Social/High Voltage l Restaurant/Entertainment p 15 The Village of St. Edward l Senior Services p 26 Three D Metals l Manufacturing/Employment Opportunities p 12 Timber Lodge l Restaurant p 33 Trillium Creek Dermatology l Dermatology/Cosmetic & Skin Surgery p 24, 25 Trivs Restaurant l Restaurant Inside Front Cover United Way of Summit & Medina County l Non-Profit Organization p 35 World Truck Towing & Recovery l Truck Towing & Recovery p 18
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