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A Great Place to Live, Work and Play

GREAT LOCATION 15 min. from Cleveland airport, 30 min. to downtown Cleveland and easy access to major highways

FASTEST-GROWING CITY IN NORTHERN OHIO with a population of nearly 34,000

OUTSTANDING SAFETY FORCES one of the safest cities in Ohio

ONGOING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS with $44 million planned in 2020

EDUCATION public, parochial and private schools providing quality instruction in an interactive environment; home to Lorain County Community College University Partnership Ridge Campus

HOME TO LORAIN COUNTY METROPARKS Sandy Ridge Reservation, a 310-acre wetland and wildlife preserve

AFFORDABLE HOMES Home Builders Association cited North Ridgeville as a leader in NE Ohio for new homes construction

ONE PERCENT INCOME TAX one of the lowest in the State CITY PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT offering a wide variety of programs for all ages. Five recreation areas including a 30-acre park with fishing lake, 1.2-mile fitness trail, splash pad, outdoor fitness equipment, pavilions, playground, baseball, t-ball, football and soccer fields and more!

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Welcome to North Ridgeville North Ridgeville is a great place

to live, work and to raise a family. We have a lot to offer our residents with excellent schools, outstanding city services, engaged community organizations, city parks and Lorain County Metro Parks Sandy Ridge Reservation. In addition, our Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of athletic activities, recreation services and educational programs for residents of all ages. The North Ridgeville Office for Older Adults (Senior Center) provides supportive services for our “Young at Heart� seniors and offers an abundance of activities, wellness events, travel opportunities and lowcost meals. North Ridgeville continues to be designated as one of the safest cities in Ohio and that is due to our excellent safety forces. With the COVID-19 pandemic, they are vigilant in keeping our residents safe during this time of uncertainty. Not only do they demonstrate professionalism

but also ingenuity with retrofitting two of our ambulances with HEPA filtering systems to help fight the spread of COVID-19. A strong sense of community makes all the difference when overcoming any challenge. I am confident that we are going to come through this successfully, together as a community. The city has ongoing capital improvements with a total of $44 million planned in 2020. Topping the list is the Center Ridge Road reconstruction project which is scheduled to have the roadway portion complete by Thanksgiving. The landscape of the community will change once this project is done and the properties are restored. We are a business-friendly community and we anticipate new businesses will want to locate along the main corridor of the city. I have had several conversations with businesses since taking office in January that are considering North Ridgeville as a future location. This is

an exciting time for our community! This magazine was made possible by the generosity of those businesses that have sponsored an ad. Please consider patronizing them when you are out shopping or dining in our great city! And, thank you to Image Builders Marketing for providing us yet another opportunity to share our story with the community. I am honored to serve as your Mayor and welcome your questions or input as we continue to work together to keep our community a great place to live, work and play! Please do not hesitate to contact us at City Hall at 440-353-0819 if we can help you in any way. Sincerely, Kevin Corcoran Mayor, City of North Ridgeville


City Overview

North Ridgeville....A Great Place to Live, Work and Play Sandy Ridge Reservation

North Ridgeville is located in

Lorain County and is conveniently located about 30 minutes from downtown Cleveland and 15 minutes west of the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. The community is easily accessible from I-90, I-80, I-480 and State Routes 10, 20 and 83. North Ridgeville is a growing community averaging 300 new homes built each year and a population of approximately 34,000 residents. The city is known for affordable housing and senior living. Joining the list of options in 2020 is the newly opened Danbury Senior Living offering independent and

assisted living. Another attraction to North Ridgeville is our recognition as one of the safest cities in Ohio and one of the lowest income tax rates in the state at 1%. North Ridgeville is business-friendly and committed to attracting new commerce while supporting growth and expansion of existing businesses. From site search to county and state development programs, we can offer assistance and incentives subject to program eligibility, availability and approval by required parties to those investing in our community. Interested parties may call the Office of the Mayor

at (440) 353-0811 to learn more. North Ridgeville is recognized for its public, parochial and private schools providing quality instruction in an interactive environment. Lorain County Community College (LCCC) is certainly a point of pride for all of Lorain County and is making a positive impact on our city and residents by providing access to high-quality affordable education. North Ridgeville is fortunate to have LCCC University Partnership Ridge Campus located in our city. High School students can earn college credits at no cost to families. These credits are guaranteed to transfer

Above: Lorain County Community College. Above Right: Danbury Senior Living Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on February 20, 2020.


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Photo: Bob Tuneberg,

to any Ohio four-year public university, saving families thousands of dollars. North Ridgeville boasts over 400 acres of parkland including Lorain County Metro Parks Sandy Ridge Reservation, a 310-acre wetland and wildlife preserve. Five recreation areas including South Central Park, a 30-acre park with fishing lake (no license required), 1.2-mile fitness trail with outdoor fitness equipment, splash pad, tennis and pickleball courts, basketball courts, gagaball pit, playground, grills and pavilions; Shady Drive with 13 baseball, two lighted and four t-ball diamonds, football field, picnic area, playground and walking trails; Frontier Park home to North Ridgeville Football League; Soccer Complex home to North Ridgeville Amateur Soccer League and a newly installed playground; and, Palmer Field home to Hot Stove Baseball. The City’s Parks & Recreation Department offers a wide variety of excellent athletics, sports and fitness, and educational programs for tots, youth and adults as well as special family-friendly events throughout the year - Star Spangled Celebration and Fireworks, FallFest, Movies in the Park, Summer Concert Series, Fishing Derby, Touch-A-Truck, and Stache Dash, to name just a few. North Ridgeville is also known for its annual Corn Festival held the second weekend in August – food, games, rides, fireworks, entertainment and parade. Festival goers come from all around to participate in the annual event. In 2020 the Corn Festival will be celebrating its 46th anniversary. Visit for more information and a list of activities. Victory Park Ohio, located on more than 60 acres in North Ridgeville, is the most unique sports and entertainment facility in Northeast Ohio hosting numerous athletic leagues, Continued on page 6

Which of our banking services are available in your community? We’ll make it easy for you. It’s all of them. Choose from a variety of checking and savings accounts, loans, investments, retirement accounts, and more to fit your financial needs. Whether you bank online, on your phone, or in-person, you know you’ll always get the personalized service you expect from a local community bank. North Ridgeville 33701 Center Ridge Rd. North Ridgeville, OH 44039 (440) 327-1311

Now offering virtual pre-planning from the safety of your home. Call for details.


Back: Nick Bogner, Joe Erni, Ken Lutke Front: Mary Beth and David Bogner

36625 CENTER RIDGE RD., NORTH RIDGEVILLE On-site Crematory Tots Trick or Treat Sponsored by Parks & Recreation Department


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local and national tournaments, corporate and special events, team building, private parties, and much more. For more information and schedule of events, visit Above: Fishing Club As North Ridgeville continues to grow and attract business development, several major construction projects are underway that are intended to improve traffic flow and enhance our city’s infrastructure.

Center Ridge Road Reconstruction Project

Above Right: South Central Park, one of five recreation parks in the city of North Ridgeville.

After conducting a corridor study of Center Ridge Road, the main east-west artery within the city, it was determined that safety concerns between Stoney Ridge Road and Lear Nagle Road necessitated a re-construction of that portion of the roadway. In cooperation with Ohio Department of Transportation and Fechko Excavating, capacity will increase from three lanes to five lanes and a six-foot-wide sidewalk on the north side and a ten-foot-wide multi-use path on the south side of the road will be installed for improved pedestrian safety. Additional enhancements include water

and storm sewer installation, realignment of Ridgeview Blvd. and Root Road, replacement of bridges over French Creek at Root Road and Center Ridge Road, replacement of traffic signals, and installation of four detention basins. The roadway is expected to be completed in fall 2020.

Ranger Way Extension

Construction will include extending the roadway from its current southern terminus to Bainbridge Road and realignment of Kenssington Drive. Bainbridge Road will be widened to add an eastbound left turn lane onto Ranger Way from Bainbridge Road and an existing asphalt multipurpose trail will be extended. This project is expected to be completed before school resumes in August 2020.


The city is planning its second roundabout to be constructed at the intersection of Chestnut Ridge Road and Alternate State Route 83. The work is to begin summer 2020 with an anticipated completion date of the roadway by fall 2020. Please visit our website at to see the complete list of capital improvement projects and to see more of why North Ridgeville is a great place to live, work and play!

Above: Center Ridge Road construction project.


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Mayor Kevin Corcoran City of North Ridgeville

Roxann Ramsey-Caserio, Superintendent, North Ridgeville Schools

Rebecca Starck, M.D., President Cleveland Clinic Avon Hospital

Martin DeVries, Regional Branch Manager First Federal Lakewood and Council President

North Ridgeville

Business & Community Leaders

Dr. Glenn Faircloth, Superintendent Lorain County JVS

Sumintra Singh Firefighters Community Credit Union

Dr. Marcia J. Ballinger, President

Matt Brunner, Vice President Avon Landscaping

Lorain County Community College

Terri S. Pope, Ph.D. President Tri-C Westshore

David and Mary Beth Bogner Bogner Family Funeral Home






von Landscaping Inc., a family run business located in Avon, provides the personal attention that every customer and their landscape deserve. In business for over 40 years, founder and President, Tom Brunner, and his son Matt Brunner, take great pride in satisfying their clients. Avon Landscaping has won multiple awards for outstanding customer service and continually strives to provide exceptional value on each and every project, regardless of size. If you are looking to improve your existing landscape by adding trees, shrubs, mulch or upgrade your backyard with the addition of a custom outdoor living space, Avon Landscaping has the crew to handle it. Multiple crews with unique specialties allows them to provide top quality service in custom stone and paver patios, outdoor kitchens and irrigation installation/ service. They specialize in landscape and hardscape design and installation for both residential and commercial properties. Additional services include landscape maintenance, seed/sod installation, outdoor accent lighting and custom water features.

t Firefighters Community Credit Union, service is everything. With FFCCU, you’ll get a personal banking relationship. A relationship where you can have real life conversations with people who know you by name. In a place where the big financial decisions that affect your life are made right where you live. Whether you’re looking for a checking account, a credit card, an auto loan, or want to get preapproved for your first mortgage, they can customize their products to meet your financial needs. When you visit their North Ridgeville branch, you’ll get top notch service focused on your individuals needs, no matter what type of banking you are doing. Learn more and become a member today! Call, click or stop in to get started! Sumintra Singh

Contact Avon Landscaping Inc. at 440-934-0230 3910 Long Road, Avon • | 216-621-4644 | FFCCU North Ridgeville Branch 39287 Center Ridge Road, North Ridgeville, OH 44039

Terri S. Pope, Ph.D. TRI-C® WESTSHORE


Matt Brunner, VP



erri S. Pope, Ph.D., is the Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) Westshore Campus president, serving as chief executive officer of a 50-acre campus in Westlake and the Corporate College West building. She leads a team of 200 faculty and staff, and represents Tri-C to a variety of business, education and civic stakeholders in the local communities. Prior to her presidency, Dr. Pope served as a professor of biology and chemistry at Tri-C and held many positions in faculty leadership. In 2012, Dr. Pope received the Excellence in Teaching Award presented in honor of Ralph M. Besse and was recognized by the League of Innovation in 2013 with the John & Suanne Roueche Excellence Award. The Westshore Campus, which opened in 2011 provides College Credit Plus courses for high school students, certificates, two-year degrees and transfer opportunities for students in STEM, health careers, business and Terri S. Pope, Ph.D., President liberal arts.

leveland Clinic Avon Hospital understands the unique healthcare needs of Lorain County residents. That’s why this full-service Cleveland Clinic hospital provides easy access to a range of specialties, including: • Orthopaedics • Cardiology • Gynecology • Urology • Neurology • General Surgery • Gastroenterology In addition to “sick care” – including a 24/7 Emergency Department – Avon Hospital also offers preventive screenings to help residents stay their healthiest. Located on the Richard E. Jacobs Health Center Campus, Avon Hospital has 126 private patient rooms, a 12-bed intensive care unit, six operating rooms and a cardiac catheterization lab. The Joint Commission has certified the hospital as a Primary Stroke Center, ensuring quick, comprehensive care that can improve outcomes for stroke patients. “Many Avon Hospital caregivers live in Lorain County, themselves,” says Rebecca Starck, MD, President of Cleveland Clinic Avon Hospital. “We are invested in this community and remain committed to providing the best medical care and Rebecca Starck, MD, President patient experience.”

Cuyahoga Community College Westshore Campus • 31001 Clemens Rd, Westlake 216-987-6000 •

Cleveland Clinic Avon Hospital • 33300 Cleveland Clinic Blvd., Avon 440-695-5000 •


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he Bogner Family is proud to announce Nicholas David Bogner has joined the firm to become the third generation of Bogner’s to serve the needs of the community. He is currently serving an apprenticeship and will be licensed at the end of 2020. The Bogner family and staff of dedicated funeral directors are available at any time to assist you and your family. When a loved one has passed it can be a very difficult time, but they are here to help start the healing process. By providing a meaningful service, they mark the passing and celebrate the life that has been lived, providing an opportunity for family and friends to show their love and support and help those Back: Nick Bogner, Joe Erni, Ken Lutke Front: Mary Beth and David Bogner who survive to go on.

irst Federal Lakewood is the largest depositorowned bank headquartered in Ohio. And, as a mutual bank, we’re focused on making decisions that benefit our customers, our community and our employees - not shareholders,” states Martin DeVries, Regional Branch Manager. They’re focused on leveraging their strength to benefit the communities they serve by reinvesting deposits from customers right back into the local community. Which means for North Ridgeville customers, deposits stay close to home and may help make possible a mortgage loan for a neighbor over on Lorain Road or help a business owner right here on Center Ridge Road secure financing. “I invite you to visit our North Ridgeville branch,” says Martin. “As a local community bank, we work hard to offer our customers a wide variety of products and customer service that is second to none. We welcome the opportunity to be your trusted financial partner.” Martin DeVries,

To learn about funeral pre-planning, please give them a call at 440-327-2955 or visit 36625 Center Ridge Road in North Ridgeville

First Federal Lakewood • 33701 Center Ridge Rd., North Ridgeville 440-327-1311 •

Dr. Glenn Faircloth, Superintendent LORAIN COUNTY JVS


r. Glenn Faircloth has been the Superintendent of the Lorain County JVS since 2012. Under his leadership, Lorain County JVS continues to offer effective, highfunctioning programs that equip high school students with curriculum built on integrated academic and technical content and work-based learning opportunities. The JVS Adult Career Center connects motivated adults who want a new career, improve current job skills or enhance their daily lives with short–term training that leads to certifications and skilled positions in the workforce. Dr. Faircloth is a U.S. Army veteran. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and a Master’s Degree in Urban Educational Leadership, both earned at Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio. He received his Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Dr. Faircloth ultimately believes that education is the true key to unlocking poverty, erasing ignorance and revealing opportunities! Dr. Glenn Faircloth, Superintendent

arcia Ballinger, Ph.D., has more than 28 years in community college leadership roles advancing student success, workforce and economic development, strategic planning, and institutional advancement. She is the sixth President of Lorain County Community College. Dr. Ballinger is engaged in the student completion movement at state and national levels serving in leadership roles for the Completion by Design project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Achieving the Dream and Jobs For the Future Policy Leadership Trust for Student Success. She provides leadership for the College’s economic development initiatives and serves on several boards involved in higher education and workforce and economic development, including MAGNET and NOCHE. She won the 2018 Crain’s Women of Note Award, 2018 Smart Business 50 Award, and the 2018 Lorain County Alliance Mike Whitmore Award for Vision in Government.

Lorain County JVS • 15181 OH-58, Oberlin, Ohio 44074 440-774-1051 •

For more information on Lorain County Community College, visit



Regional Branch Manager


Marcia J. Ballinger, President



The North Ridgeville City Schools are Ranger Strong With an enrollment of over 4,600 students, the North

Ridgeville City Schools continues to grow rapidly, making the District the fastest growing in Northeast Ohio and the second fastest in the state. The District has seen an enrollment growth of over 700 students in the past decade. Our students are housed in five buildings throughout the city: the Early Childhood Learning Community (Pre-K and Kindergarten), Liberty Elementary (Grades 1-2), the North Ridgeville Academic Center (Grades 3-8), Ranger High-Tech Academy (Grades 2-9), and North Ridgeville High School. As the District continues to grow, so do the academic opportunities. The high school offers 15 AP courses, 12 honors courses, and the chance to earn college credits. Ranger High-Tech Academy, the only designated STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) school in Lorain County, gives students choice with an alternative style of education: project-based learning, which is geared towards hands-on learning and using critical thinking skills to solve real-world problems. During the 2019-20 school year at the Academic Center, additional classes were offered to middle school students, including Honors Physical Science, Geometry, Advanced English Language Arts, and French. Liberty Elementary and the Early Childhood Learning Community earned recognition from the State Board of Education for their academic accomplishments. Liberty Elementary earned the Overall “A” Award and the Early Childhood Learning Community earned the Overall “A” and All “A” Award for the second-straight year.

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The North Ridgeville City Schools continue to focus on fulfilling its mission and vision. The vision is ‘Empowering students to design their preferred future.’ The mission is ‘North Ridgeville City Schools, an innovative and collaborative district, focuses on the development of the whole child to ensure success.’ The programs the District provides, both academic and extracurricular, give students the opportunity to design their preferred future and to ensure their future success. Teachers, staff, and administrators are dedicated to using Roxann Ramsey-Caserio innovative practices to prepare students Superintendent for future learning and working environments.

North Ridgeville City Schools Administrative Contact Information Roxann Ramsey-Caserio Superintendent Keith Ahearn Assistant Superintendent David Pritt Director of Curiculum and Instruction Matt Yunker Director of Operations Brittany Cecchetti Student Information Services Supervisor Sam Ameen Communications and Marketing Supervisor

Ranger STRONG!

Board of Education Members Frank Vacha President

34620 Bainbridge Road North Ridgeville, OH @NRCSRANGERS: North Ridgeville City Schools:


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Marci Saxon Vice President Kelly McCarthy

Kristen Lezzi kristeniezzi@nrcs.nt JoAnna Timura

Schools in the District

North Ridgeville High School Tom Szendrey, Principal 34600 Bainbridge Road 440-327-1992 Ranger High-Tech Academy Melissa Durkin, Principal 5580 Lear Nagle Road 440-353-1178 North Ridgeville Academic Center Grades 5-8 Lee Armbruster, Principal 34620 Bainbridge Road 440-353-1180 North Ridgeville Academic Center Elementary Grades 3-4 Greg Plantner, Principal 34620 Bainbridge Road 440-353-1131 Liberty Elementary Grades 1-2 Mitch Heffron, Principal 5700 Jaycox Road 440-327-6767 Early Childhood Learning Community Pre-K-Kindergarten Andrea Vance, Principal 5490 Mills Creek Lane 440-353-1100

LCCC is Focused on Student Success Dina Ferrer (left), Lorain County Community College’s Coordinator of the Learning Center, and Anissa Neely, Administrative Assistant, help students achieve their dreams through higher education.

Lorain County Community College (LCCC) was awarded the

Achieving the Dream Leah Meyer Austin prize in February for improving student success. It was also recently named as an Aspen Institute Top 150 U.S. Community College – the nation’s signature recognition of high achievement and performance among America’s community colleges. This follows it being named the top community college in the country for

Excellence in Student Success by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) in 2018. According to a recent report on three-year success measures from the Ohio Department of Higher Education, LCCC’s success rate of 60 percent is higher than the state average of 51 percent. Additionally, more Lorain County high school students are taking advantage of College Credit Plus options to earn college credit while in high school. In fact, 43 percent of

Hannah Freeman 4th grade STEM Teacher Ranger High-Tech Academy LCCC Graduate

all Lorain County high school seniors graduate with some college credit – saving families $6.5 million. LCCC is also one of only three community colleges in Ohio that have been approved to offer an applied bachelor’s degree. Students can now earn a bachelor’s of applied science degree in microelectronic manufacturing – with local jobs waiting for them. For more information about LCCC, visit

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LORAIN COUNTY JVS SUCCESS! The Lorain County JVS high school offers career and technical education for students in grades 9-12. Students can earn industry recognized credentials and numerous college credits. Program areas include building trades, business and marketing, culinary, healthcare, manufacturing and engineering, transportation and community service.

Learn more at 15181 State Route 58 in Oberlin, OH (440) 774-1051 • loraincountyjvs



Leave a Legacy with Lasting Community Impact Founded in 1980, the Community Foundation of Lorain County is made up of more than 670 endowment funds valued at approximately $146M. We wisely invest the funds’ assets and the interest earned provides $6.2M annually in scholarships and grants to support individual and nonprofit organizations in Lorain County. A gift to the Community Foundation is unlike any other gift as it will continue to grow and have lasting impact on our community . . . forever. Education & Youth Development Arts & Culture Programs Strengthening Lorain County Health & Human Services Interested in learning more about establishing your own fund or recognizing a loved one? Find out how: or call 440.984.7390


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Senior Finds Career with Riddell Julie Taylor, North Ridgeville resident, loves her job and says she has Lorain County JVS to thank for it. Julie is a senior at JVS in the collision repair program and has been working for Riddell, North Ridgeville company specializing in sports equipment for American football, since June of 2019. “I absolutely love having a hand in making the helmets,” said Julie. “Seeing how my friends who play football feel when they get their helmets back from reconditioning, and seeing their eyes light up when they see the brand new paint, is amazing.” As an extension of her JVS career tech lab, Julie goes to work in the afternoons during the week, and said her lab prepared her well for this career. “My JVS lab taught me proper mixing techniques, as well as spray application. It gave me the basics as to what I would experience when I got to Riddell.” To learn more about Lorain County JVS, visit

Community Foundation of Lorain County Forty years ago, a group of community members set out to create an organization to connect people who care with causes that matter. Flash forward to 2020 and look at all that we have accomplished together. Through the power of endowment, we have provided continued support to non-profit organizations serving Lorain County. Did you know the Community Foundation helped to start Second Harvest Food Bank and Leadership Lorain County? Thanks to the diverse members of our philanthropic community, the Community Foundation has invested more than $100M through grants and scholarships to help ensure the future strength of Lorain County. Did you know that the Community Foundation is one of the first in the country to have an African American Community Fund, Hispanic Fund, Women’s Fund and our Youth Fund that has a specific focus for improving community life and well-being in those areas? Currently, the Community Foundation has 670 funds with $145M in assets. Evidence of our collective impact can be seen throughout the community, and thanks to YOU our legacy will continue to grow…forever.


Health & Wellness

Cleveland Clinic Avon Hospital working together in Lorain County “The support we

have seen from the community during the COVID-19 pandemic has been amazing. From food donations to community rallies to cheer on caregivers (from a distance), the Lorain County community has provided so much support. Our caregivers are extremely grateful,” says Rebecca Starck, MD, president of Cleveland Clinic Avon Hospital. “We feel a sense of pride to be able to serve this community.” “Cleveland Clinic’s response to the pandemic continues to evolve as our knowledge expands. We’re working to ensure that our hospitals are safe for our patients and caregivers. It’s

important for patients to know that if they need medical care it’s safe to come to our emergency department or to seek care from their physician.” “The most important thing our community can do is to continue to follow the guidance of health professionals,” explains Dr. Starck. Located on the Richard E. Jacobs Health Center Campus, Avon Hospital has 126 private patient rooms, a 12-bed intensive care unit, 6 operating rooms, a cardiac catheterization/interventional radiology lab, and expanded emergency department, lab and radiology services.

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A Heartfelt Thanks

For Every Caregiver & First Responder. For Everything You Do. You are our heroes. Whether it’s care delivered on the front lines or the behind-the-scenes race to help end the COVID-19 pandemic — our community is made better because of you. No matter the work left to be done, we’re in this together. Find out how to best support our caregivers and see where help is still needed most. /COVIDResponse


Parks & Recreation CITY OF NORTH RIDGEVILLE Parks & Recreation 7327 Avon Belden Rd., North Ridgeville 440-353-0860


Sandy Ridge Reservation 6195 Otten Rd., North Ridgeville

Frontier Park 5463 Mills Creek Ln.


Palmer Field Park 6893 Glendale Rd.

Cleveland Metroparks 4101 Fulton Pkwy., Cleveland 216-635-3200

Shady Drive Park 37077 Shady Dr. Soccer Complex Park 8949 Root Rd.


South Central Park 7565 Avon Belden Rd. (SR 83)

Findley State Park 25381 State Route 58, Wellington

COUNTY PARKS Lorain County Metro Parks 12882 Diagonal Rd., LaGrange 440-458-5121

NATIONAL PARKS Cuyahoga Valley National Park 15610 Vaughn Rd., Brecksville

Support For A Good Cause North Ridg eville Community Care Serving the residents of North Ridgeville for over 31 years Food Pantry Holiday Programs Utilities & Housing Assistance 34015 Center Ridge Road



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North Ridgeville Community Care’s mission is

to care for the less fortunate of the community to the best of our ability based upon resources made available to us. We will always strive to preserve human dignity, offer assistance and referrals, in whatever area of concern our clients bring to us. NRCC provides a variety of programs to a range of clients including singles, families and seniors. Once approved, based upon guidelines of household size and income, these programs become available to clients at no cost. Programs include the food pantry, clothing and household items, utility and housing assistance, dairy products, layettes, summer lunches, school supplies, Easter baskets, Thanksgiving baskets, Christmas store and Adopt-A-Child Program, emergency prescription financial assistance, essentials and the Community Care Garden. To learn more about NRCC and ways that you may be able to help or to get help, please visit or call 440-353-9716.


Homes & Real Estate

Things to Consider When Buying a New Home One of the most important steps to buying a new home is to research and consider where you want to live and what the neighborhood is like.

The neighborhood you may be considering is as important as the homes you are choosing to view. Knowing where you want to live will help you narrow your search. More importantly, it may be the factor that helps you get settled. Consider the following information to help you choose the right neighborhood for you and your family:


Census data can help you consider whether a neighborhood will be welcoming or closed off to you and your family. Things to consider are age, income level and even relationship status. Comprehensive reports from offer some insights here. But once again, Google will be the fastest resource you have for gathering public information in one easy-to-use place.


Research a neighborhood’s safety statistics when deciding where to live is normal and encouraged. In addition to

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Googling for cost of living stats, you can also use the search engine to find crime reports of the areas that interest you. and are both specific examples of sites that will help you find an area you’re comfortable with.


Depending upon your priorities, knowing how you’ll get around is an important part of choosing where you will live. Is the neighborhood walkable? Does it have bike paths? Can you access public transit? And if you drive, what are normal traffic patterns on the roads you’ll use most. Walk Score may be helpful for bikers and transit users. Meanwhile, Google Maps and local traffic reports can help you analyze the roads. will even help you estimate the cost of your new commute, if you have the information you need for the calculations.


Schools impact home values, as well as your local commute.,,, and even an area’s school district website can help you determine if the school system will fit into your moving plans. These are some of the important things to consider when deciding where to live. While only a single part of the process when buying a new home, they’ll lay the groundwork for every decision to come. Making that groundwork strong is what will make your future home the right home! No matter where you are in your home hunting journey, Renee Musat of Keller Williams Citywide is here to help. Contact Renee at 440-342-0032 or visit

Cost of living

Local housing price trends, income taxes, and sales and property taxes will all factor into a neighborhood’s affordability. These days it’s easier than ever to find this information courtesy of Google, which can collect public information in a single place for your use.

Check Out your local library The Lorain Public Library System

is the largest, most comprehensive library system in Lorain County. Library services are provided from six branches; Avon, Columbia Station, North Ridgeville, Sheffield Lake and 2 branches in Lorain. Additionally, LPLS has outreach services which include a Books by Mail program and an extensive array of e-Services available on our website at Lorain Public Library System provides everyone with free, educational, informational and entertainment resources through responsive quality service to support lifelong learning. We have story times, craft and tech programs, nutrition and fitness classes and more. We also offer meeting room and private study space as well as public computers with free wi-fi, passport services and non-tradition items like Lego’s, bloodpressure kits and even bikes! If you haven’t stopped by in a while, come check us out!

Summer Camp Field Trip to North Ridgeville Branch Library sponsored by Parks & Recreation

Visit the Storywalk ! ®

Did you know there is a Storywalk at South Central Park; 7565 Avon Belden Road? It is an innovative and enriching activity to get people of all ages outdoors walking and reading. Children’s picture book pages are mounted on frames that are laid out on the trail inviting folks to follow along the path. The .7-mile trail is open all year and the books change monthly April through November; weather permitting.


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5 Steps to Building Your Dream Patio Building a dream patio is a

key component to finishing a home’s landscape design. Turn to a trusted landscape professional to get started with the creation of a gorgeous outdoor patio.

Determine the Purpose

Patios can be used in different ways. Do you want a quiet, relaxing spot or a destination for entertaining and parties? A patio can incorporate a pool or a deck, or stand on its own and be the focal point of the yard.

What’s the Dream Feature?

Your desired patio likely has a key dream feature…gorgeous outdoor fire

pit, a built-in grilling station, or an elaborate brick or stone design, taking a patio project to the next level.

The Accessories

Large chaise lounges, a circular table with an umbrella and chairs, hammocks or Tiki torches, ensure adequate space and appropriate style for these items.

Fitting It In

Don’t assume that any location will work. Consider factors such as the level of sunlight it receives, how open or close it is to neighbors, and how it works with the rest of the yard’s landscape design.

Find the Right Contractor

Look for a landscape contractor who understands your goals and has successfully completed similar projects. Ask to see photos of completed work in order to envision your finished project and be confident they can get it done. To get started with the picture-perfect outdoor patio project, get in touch with Avon Landscaping, a leading landscaping contractor for Avon and surrounding communities, including Avon Lake, North Ridgeville, Bay Village, Westlake, and Rocky River. Call 440-934-0230 or visit

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Community Information

Important Phone Numbers City of North Ridgeville 7307 Avon Belden Rd. North Ridgeville, Ohio 44039 440-353-0819 Auditor 440-353-0852 Building Department 440-353-0822 Engineering Department 440-353-0842 Fire Department

(non-emergency) 440-327-5311 French Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant 440-934-5251 Income Tax (R.I.T.A. Customer Service) 1-800-860-7482 Mayor Kevin Corcoran 440-353-0811 Mayor’s Court 440-353-0821

Parks & Recreation 440-353-0860 Police

(non-emergency) 440-327-2191 Safety Service Director Jeffry Armbruster 440-353-0812 Senior Center 440-353-0828 Service Department 440-353-0814

President Martin E. DeVries 440-387-3895

Ward One Holly A. Swenk 440-310-4129

At-Large Michelle Hung 440-781-8611

Ward Two Dennis J. Boose 440-327-8528

At-Large James R. Maleski 216-570-3845

Ward Three Bruce F. Abens 440-316-7091 Continued on page 22

Treasurer 440-353-0878 Utilities 440-353-0841

CITY COUNCIL Clerk of Council Nancy Linden 440-570-7129 Assistant Clerk of Council Tara Peet, MMC 440-353-1508


Community Information Continued from previous page 21

Ward Four Clifford Winkel 440-253-9474

Ranger Institute of Technology 440-327-4444 Frontier Park in Mills Creek North



Lorain County JVS 15181 OH-58, Oberlin 440-774-1051

Board of Education 34620 Bainbridge Rd., North Ridgeville 440-327-4444


North Ridgeville High School 440-327-1992 North Ridgeville Academic Center 440-353-1180 (grades 5-8) 440-353-1131 (grades 3-4) Ranger High-Tech Academy (STEM) 440-353-1178 Liberty Elementary School 440-327-6767 Early Childhood Learning Community 440-353-1100

Lake Ridge Academy 37501 Center Ridge Rd. 440-327-1175 Open Door Christian Schools 8287 W. Ridge Rd., Elyria 440-322-6386

Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) Westshore Campus 31001 Clemens Rd., Westlake 216-987-3885

UH North Ridgeville Health Center 32800 Lorain Rd., North Ridgeville 440-406-5600


UH St. John Medical Center 29000 Center Ridge Rd., Westlake 440-835-8000

Cleveland Clinic Avon Hospital 33300 Cleveland Clinic Blvd., Avon 440-695-5000

St. Peter School 35749 Center Ridge Rd. 440-327-3212

Mercy Allen Hospital 200 W. Lorain St., Oberlin 440-775-1211

Elyria Catholic High School 725 Gulf Rd., Elyria 440-365-1821

Mercy Health - Lorain Hospital 3700 Kolbe Rd., Lorain 440-960-4000


University Hospital - Avon Health Center 1997 Healthway Dr., Avon 440-988-6800

Lorain County Community College (LCCC) 1005 N. Abbe Rd., Elyria 1-800-995-5222

UH Elyria Medical Center 630 East River Rd., Elyria 440-329-7500

COMMUNITY RESOURCES North Ridgeville Chamber of Commerce 34845 Lorain Rd., North Ridgeville 440-327-3737 North Ridgeville Community Care 34015 Center Ridge Rd., North Ridgeville 440-353-9716 North Ridgeville Post Office 34760 Center Ridge Rd., North Ridgeville 440-327-8806

Father Daughter Dance (above), Star Spangled Fireworks at South Central Park and Valentine’s Sweet Treat Cooking Class, all sponsored by the Parks & Recreation Department.


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Lorain County Board of Elections 1985 North Ridge Rd. E., Lorain 440-326-5900


Lorain County Chamber of Commerce 226 Middle Ave., Elyria 440-328-2550

John Christ Winery 32421 Walker Rd., Avon Lake 440-933-9672

Lorain County Public Health 9880 Murray Ridge Rd., Elyria 440-322-6367 Lorain Public Library-North Ridgeville Branch 35700 Bainbridge Rd., North Ridgeville 440-327-8326

Avon Brewing Company 37040 Detroit Rd., Avon 440-937-1816

Klingshirn Winery 33050 Webber Rd., Avon Lake 440-933-6666 Railroad Brewing Company 1010 Center Rd., Avon 440-723-8234

Mental Health, Addiction & Recovery Services Board of Lorain County 440-240-7025

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China King 33125 Center Ridge Rd. 440-353-0444

Little Hong Kong 34137 Center Ridge Rd. 440-327-7633

Chipotle Mexican Grill 32223 Lorain Rd. 440-353-0240

Lone Tree Tavern 33009 Lorain Rd. 440-309-4978

City Diner 34900 Center Ridge Rd. 440-327-3898

Maing Wok Kitchen 35085 Center Ridge Rd. 440-353-3515

Dairy Grove 35455 Center Ridge Rd. 440-327-9901

Marco’s Pizza 32521 Center Ridge Rd. 440-327-8008

Dining Guide

Dairy Queen 32936 Center Ridge Rd. 440-327-4411

Master Pizza 34263 Center Ridge Rd. 440-219-0900

Domino’s Pizza 35108 Center Ridge Rd. 440-327-0227

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83 & Chestnut Pub and Eatery 9001 Avon Belden Rd. 440-219-4955

Dunkin’ 32323 Lorain Rd. 216-759-7053

Nino’s Italian Restaurant 32652 Center Ridge Rd. 440-353-9580

Angelina’s Pizza 34887 Lorain Rd. 440-412-4124 Bistro 83 36033 Westminister Av. 440-353-2828 Bullfrog’s Sports Cafe 33137 Center Ridge Rd. 440-327-3764 C Mulligan’s Pub 6450 Pitts Blvd. 440-327-9108

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440-353-9580 • 32652 Center Ridge Rd., North Ridgeville

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East of Chicago Pizza 34167 Center Ridge Rd. 440-657-5055 Fiesta Jalapenos Mexican Grill 33725 Center Ridge Rd. 440-327-1431 Gourmé Family Restaurant 32775 Lorain Rd. 440-327-8152 Kim’s Family Restaurant 37863 Center Ridge Rd. 440-327-5445


All Fired Up 34173 Center Ridge Rd. 440-353-0033

Panera Bread 32305 Lorain Rd. 440-327-2500 Pizza Pan 33009 Lorain Rd. 440-309-4999 Fast-food restaurants including Arby’s, Burger King, McDonald’s, Mr. Hero, Subway, Taco Bell, and Wendy’s are located in North Ridgeville as well. Every effort has been made to provide a complete and accurate restaurant list for this publication.

Lorain County Community College................................... p 9, 11

COMMUNITY SERVICES North Ridgeville Community Care............................................ p 16

COMPUTER/NETWORKING SERVICES Sterling Computer Services....... p 23

FITNESS/SPORTS Method Sports and Fitness........... p 14

FLOWERS/GIFTS A Secret Garden Floral Design........................................ p 25

Advertiser Index APPLIANCES/TELEVISIONS Stewart's Appliance.................. p 18

ASSESSMENTS/APPRAISALS/ LICENSES/TAXES Lorain County Auditor.............. p 23

BANKS/CREDIT UNIONS Firefighters Community Credit Union............................ p 6, 8 First Federal Lakewood........... p 5, 9

BUILDING SUPPLIES/ RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Carter Lumber........................... p 21


CHARITABLE DONATIONS/ COMMUNITY RESOURCES Community Foundation of Lorain County............................ p 12

CITY GOVERNMENT City of North Ridgeville............... Inside front cover

CLEANING & RESTORATION Duraclean................................... p 23

COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Cuyahoga Community CollegeWestshore Campus................ p 8, 13

HOSPITALS/MEDICAL FACILITIES Cleveland Clinic............... p 8, 14, 15

LANDSCAPING/LAWN SERVICES Avon Landscaping................. p 8, 20

LIBRARY Lorain Public Library SystemNorth Ridgeville........................ p 19

REAL ESTATE-TITLE SERVICES Fidelity National Title................ p 18

REALTORS Renee Musat-Keller Williams............................... p 18, 19


North Ridgeville Heart & Sole......................................... p 14

Nino's Italian Retaurant............ p 24



Bogner Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services.............. p 5, 9

Lorain County JVS p 9, 12


North Ridgeville City Schools.... p 10

Brian's Furniture........................ p 18



Danbury Senior Living................. p 1

Stack Heating Cooling Electric........................................ p 23



Lorain County Veterans Service Commission..........Back cover

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Angela Spicer-Bonham Mortgage Loan Originator 440-238-1400

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Ellie Taylor 216-310-2566

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Lisa McGowan 216-299-2328

Sue Lynn Rains 440-570-8139

Stephanie Thomas 216-224-8808

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Mary Kay Dykes 440-503-1444

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Lennie Reis 216-695-4383

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