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Strongsville Mini-Storage



he congenial mother and son team of Sandy and Matt Croft make Strongsville Mini-Storage more than a convenient place to store your stuff. A stop into their office is always welcome. They often ask potential customers to “make us your first stop!” Customers trust their household and business items to Sandy and Matt because of their fenced, well-lit, secure facility boasting clean and well-maintained units. “A lot of our long-time customers have become more like friends over the years and enjoy stopping in the office to simply say “hello” and visit for a few minutes. Our customers are the main reason we both love coming to work every day. We are proud to hear the many thank you’s from our customers for the excellent service we generously provide to all of them!”

Believers in giving back to the community in which they live and serve, Sandy and Matt are both members of the Strongsville Chamber of Commerce. Sandy is also active in such organizations as the Rotary Club of Strongsville, which hosts the annual Chili Open, Strongsville Duck Race, and A Taste in Strongsville. Matt continues to help the Rotary Club in some of their community activities, including their annual clothing drive. Strongsville Mini-Storage is one of the drop-off points for the clothing which helps many families in the area. Sandy is also a past member of the Arts in Strongsville, which hosts the annual Day at the Chalet. Matt has been a tremendous help in past years at the Day at the Chalet and was always found at his well-known silver truck during this event, collecting food for the Strongsville Food Bank. Sandy and Matt are always willing to help in the community that has always been generous to both of them!

Sandy Croft, Owner & Matt Croft, Facility Manager

Stash your stuff with us at Strongsville Mini-Storage, 22802 Royalton Road. Call 440-846-0582 or visit our website at

Cleveland Metroparks



he natural beauty of Cleveland Metroparks has long been a highlight of the Strongsville community. Since 2010, under Cleveland Metroparks CEO Brian Zimmerman, Mill Stream Run Reservation in Cleveland Metroparks has grown nearly 10%, adding more forests, streams and wetlands under its protection and providing greater opportunities for people to connect with nature. With approximately two million recreational visits each year, Mill Stream Run Reservation is Cleveland Metroparks second most popular reservation, thanks to year-round highlights

like Wallace Lake, The Chalet and its twin toboggan chutes and over 33 miles of paved, natural surface and equestrian trails. For decades, families have gathered, exercised and explored the reservation, creating lasting memories and connections with the natural world — including the award-winning park district’s CEO Brian Zimmerman. As a resident of Strongsville, it’s not uncommon to catch Zimmerman biking along the parkway, traversing the 108-steps of The Chalet throughout the year, or hiking with his wife, son and family dog, Eli, along the reservation’s bustling trail network. In addition to growing in size, Mill Stream Run Reservation has seen many improvements over Brian M. Zimmerman, Chief Executive Officer, the past decade including the Royalview mountain Cleveland Metroparks bike trail, Go Ape Treetop Adventure and Valley Parkway Connector Trail that links to Brecksville Reservation. In 2021, stream and wetland restoration activities at Bonnie Park will be completed, improving the ecological health of the area and river and inviting guests to explore new riverside seating, interpretive signage and fishing hotspots.

For more information visit or call 216-635-3200.


Strongsville Image Book & Community Guide | 2021

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