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It is my pleasure to present the 2021-22 Wadsworth Community Guide. This valuable resource is updated annually and provides information about our City and local organizations while showcasing the many businesses and people that make Wadsworth the great place that it is. This publication is provided free of charge due to the generous sponsorships from organizations and businesses in the community. This has certainly been a time like no other. It has been over a year now that COVID-19 changed the way we live. Many were deeply affected and my heart is with each and every one of you that experienced hardship during this unprecedented time. Thankfully, brighter days are ahead and we can all look forward to a time where we can fully return to the way of life we all enjoy. Although COVID-19 certainly caused adjustments to be made, like other essential businesses, the City was able to adapt to ensure the delivery of quality services that we 2

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all depend upon. For a community our size, Wadsworth offers an unusually wide array of services to the residents and businesses. Wadsworth’s municipally owned electric, cable, internet, water, sewer, trash and phone services set us apart from many other cities, making us truly unique. This year, more than ever, our internet services were relied upon as so many were home for work and school. You may hear me say “Wadsworth is the place to be!” and I truly believe that. We are so fortunate to have the numerous downtown events, superb schools, variety of professional services, numerous stores and popular shopping opportunities, as well as many locations in which to relax, stay healthy and have fun. Whether you are looking for a homey café for breakfast or lunch, a more sophisticated dining experience, or a variety of shopping choices, Wadsworth has what you’re looking for. I invite you to come visit our city on the first Friday evening of each month in the downtown square. See for yourself what makes Wadsworth “A Community Unmatched”. Additional information can be found on the City’s website at  www.wadsworthcity.com, where you will also find links to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the opportunity on the home page to sign up for emergency alerts from the Wadsworth Emergency Notification System (WENS).  Robin Laubaugh, Mayor, City of Wadsworth

A PLACE IN TIME: Standing 14 feet tall, the Verdin Clock, pictured left, is located at the northwest corner of College and High streets. It chimes every 15 minutes and has four backlit faces allowing for nighttime timekeeping. The project took two years to complete and was completely funded by a trio of private donors.

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City Overview


A Community Unmatched By Ken McEntee

Last summer, amid the pandemic, Wadsworth resident

Laurie Beal spent $100 on a broken-down camper, which she gutted and converted into a mobile supply station for homeless people. Beal, director of the local Garage Ministry, of Youth for Christ, regularly fills the vehicle with necessities like blankets, cots, bottled water, and socks, and delivers them to homeless shelters and encampments. In December, recognizing her years of helping teens and others in the Wadsworth community, Beal was one of 50 “Mazda Heroes” across the U.S. to CITY OF WADSWORTH receive an MX-5 Miata 100th Anniversary Special Edition from the auto maker in celebration of “omotenashi” - the Japanese culture of putting other’s needs first. Beal promptly sold the $40,000 vehicle to fund a pontoon boat that teens can use on Chippewa Lake, says Janie Parish, executive director of the Wadsworth Chamber of Commerce, who nominated Beal for the Mazda honor. “I’ve neverOF met anybody so unselfish and so willing CITY to justWADSWORTH roll up their sleeves and do whatever it takes as A C Parish OMMUNITYsays. U NMATCHED Laurie,” “When I heard about the Mazda Heroes promotion and read the criteria for nominations, I immediately said, ‘That sounds just like Laurie.’” Wadsworth, Parish says, is a generous, close-knit community where people routinely help one another, particularly in times of need. SIN C E 1 814

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It’s one of the qualities that makes Wadsworth a “Community Unmatched,” the tagline that plays on the town’s rich history in the production of wooden matches, notes Mayor Robin Laubaugh. “We have amazing people, and organizations who are here to help,” Parish says. “Wadsworth FISH, for example, helps when you’re in a tough spot with utilities and rent so that you can stay in your home and have heat and water. Marion’s Closet helps with clothing and other items donated by people in the community.” Last year, Wadsworth residents and the city government quickly stepped up to help local businesses survive the pandemic, Laubaugh says. The city’s “Wadsworth Eats” and “Wadsworth Shops” initiatives are two examples of that support. “Many of our businesses were quite concerned about survival,” the mayor recalls. “Restaurants were caught off guard by the directive from the state that stopped indoor dining. So, we called all the restaurants and asked whether they would be open for carry-out. We collected their hours and other data and put it on a website, making it very convenient for the businesses and the residents who wanted to support them.” Seeing the success of Wadsworth Eats, the city expanded the program to the retail sector. “We realized that the retailers could use help as well,” Laubaugh said. “So, any sort of retail establishment was able to have a link at “Wadsworth Shops” to

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let people know their hours, whether they were serving customers and their promotions. We kept that up to date and it’s still available today. I think these initiatives helped a lot. We promoted it heavily through social media, our city newsletter and by other means. Many of our residents were very mindful of our local businesses and wanted to support them.” Despite the pandemic, Laubaugh says, 11 new businesses opened in Wadsworth in 2020, while two others, in the manufacturing sector, were involved in significant expansion projects. “It was a pretty good year considering many things were shut down,” Laubaugh says. One of the city’s largest employers, Rohrer Corporation, a retail packaging provider located in the Wadsworth Corporate Park, increased its manufacturing space by 20 percent, to 200,000 square feet by creating the company’s first “Center of Excellence” in September. Laubaugh said the $13.6 million expansion retained 246 jobs and will add an additional 60 new full-time positions. The mayor added that Advanced Plastics has outgrown its facility in the Corporate Park and planned to start construction on an expansion this spring. Phil Nye, president of Advanced Plastics, said he chose to stay and expand in Wadsworth primarily because of his present employees. “We have a real good base of current employees and I didn’t want to move out of range where I would lose them,” Nye said. “Wadsworth has a lot of diversity in business and retail and it is an environment and a location where people like to work.” Several other expansions are expected to be announced this year, Laubaugh says. Along with new business and expansion projects, ten Wadsworth businesses have recently gotten facelifts, thanks to a $20,000 grant from Heritage Ohio, a non-profit organization that supports downtown renovation. The city’s $20,000 match provided $40,000 for which business could apply with matching funds. “Some of the Downtown facades were dramatically improved, which has been very well received by

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our residents,” Laubaugh says. Grant money is also being used to improve two of the city’s flagship parks, says Robert Patrick, director of public service. “We received more than a half million dollars in state funding that will be used for projects at Memorial Park and Durling Park over the next two years,” he says. Improvements at Memorial Park, the city’s largest, will include upgrading the playground, restrooms, volleyball courts, baseball and softball fields, pavilions, the roadway and parking lot, trails, and tennis courts. “Memorial Park is heavily used and in need of a facelift,” Patrick says. “There’s a lake there. The high school football stadium is located there. Lots of people get enjoyment out of it, and we want to make improvements that people are going take advantage of for many years.” Durling Park improvements will include projects at the playground area, tennis courts, basketball courts and the baseball field. Publicly owned utilities provide a benefit to Wadsworth businesses and residents, says Patrick. Along with electrical power, the local government provides water, trash collection and cable television to residents and businesses, all on a single bill. The municipally operated CityLink cable and Internet service is very reliable and offers high-speed Internet access up to 1 Gig, which is appealing to people and important for business, Patrick emphasizes. The city recently began to offer data storage as well. “We offer an umbrella of high-quality services at a low cost, and businesses and residents take pride in knowing that if their cable or their electric goes down, the city will take care of it almost immediately.” Wadsworth’s two municipally owned solar energy farms, which were installed in 2020, places the city among the pioneers in clean energy production, he says. “Those two solar fields combined have enough power to electrify about a quarter of the city on any normal day,” Patrick says. “Solar power is a good renewable energy source that is starting to gain popularity here, where in the past it was something you saw mainly out West or down South where they have a lot of sun and limited clouds.”

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It’s a Great Day in Wadsworth! Incorporated in 1954, the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce exists to help grow new businesses, expand existing businesses and partner with the community to make Wadsworth a great place to live, work, and play. The Wadsworth Chamber’s 380 members partner with individuals, businesses, and organizations to meet the changing needs of our business economy. During this past difficult year, we offered assistance, promotions, and guidance to our small businesses and virtual meetings to keep members connected. Your investment in the Wadsworth Chamber gives you choices for many benefits, including business showcases, monthly membership meetings, Business-After-Hours, web page presence, bulk mailing discounts, member-tomember discounts, a weekly newsletter, affordable and targeted advertising and, especially, networking. Working together with the other Medina County Chambers, we now have a great selection of County-wide Umbrella Programs that are essential to networking on a broader base. The Chamber’s committees focus on issues such as education, public affairs, and economic development. By participating, you can make a positive impact while gaining knowledge, making contacts that help your business, generate customers, save money, enhance credibility, create alliances, and increase visibility. The Wadsworth Chamber Board of Directors believes in volunteering with other nonprofit organizations, and hosting “Come Home for the Holidays,” a shop local

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program, and “The Easter Basket Scholarship Auction,” to create scholarships for Wadsworth High School graduating seniors. Right here in Wadsworth and Medina County, we are dedicated to promoting your business. It’s a great day in Wadsworth and a great day to be a member of the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce!

Calendar of Events 2021-2022 August 9, 2021 ANNUAL CHAMBER GOLF OUTING Rawiga Golf Club September 29, 2021 THE ROSIE AWARDS The Galaxy Banquet Center October 16, 2021 NAME THAT TUNE! Kolony Memory Lane Event Center October 27, 2021 HOLIDAY FLAVORS OF THE CHAMBER The Galaxy Banquet Center

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Joe McNeill, Board President Westfield Bank It is my pleasure to serve on the Wadsworth Chamber Board. I know how committed Janie and Stephanie are to help our businesses in any way they can. They truly have the Wadsworth Chamber in their hearts.

Executive Director Janie Parish It is a true privilege for me to be the Executive Director of the Wadsworth Chamber. Being part of the growth of our business community is exciting!

Member Benefits Coordinator Stephanie Zingaro When I began my career with the Chamber, I had no idea how much the Chamber provides for the community. From Come Home for the Holidays to the Easter Basket Scholarship Auction and others in between. These events are hosted exclusively for the benefit of the community.

Matt Addis Corwin & Co. I enjoy serving as the Treasurer of the Chamber. Being a Board Member allows me to be an advocate for local businesses and providing resources for success.

Kristy Beal State Farm Insurance I’ve gained so many new relationships by serving on the Board of Directors. It’s also been a wonderful way to give back to the community and to help other local business owners.

Doug Beeman Wadsworth City Schools I’m a member of the Wadsworth Chamber Board of Directors because Janie asked me and everyone knows you can’t say 'no' to Janie!

Laura Brockleburst SOPREMA, Inc. I’ve got a theory that if you give 100% all the time, somehow things will work out in the end. — Larry Bird

Annette Cannone Community Volunteer The success of a community is its local businesses. I am honored to be part of a Chamber that has a true desire to help local businesses grow and sustain.

Dustin Fowkes DS Benefits Group, LLC The Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce is an integral part of the fabric of the Wadsworth community. It is great people helping great people. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that?

Tom Koosed Thurber’s Jewelers Successful people are not gifted; they just work hard, then succeed on purpose. — G.K. Nielson

Kathy Breitenbucher Medina County Economic Development Corp. The Wadsworth Chamber of Commerce provides the greater Wadsworth business community the resources and connections needed to ensure a strong business community. Plus they do it with professionalism and fun! Marjorie Cook Eyedeal Graphics Being on the Board of Directors gives me the opportunity to impact our local businesses and community in a more meaningful way through my support, leadership and relationships. Ashley Manfull Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease, LLP Working together with a wide range of companies, non-profit organizations, city officials, and individuals, we are building a strong economy and making Wadsworth a great place to live, work, and socialize. 

Zig Novak Advanced Insurance Designs, Inc. I truly believe in the expression “you get what you give.” I am proud to serve as a Board member for the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce and give back to the Chamber and the Wadsworth community.

Johanna Perrino WCTV: Wadsworth Community TV No one cares how much you know until they know how much you care. That’s what business is all about - building relationships.

Michael Reese Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Stouffer Realty It is an honor to serve on the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce Board where I get a front-row seat to watch businesses grow from an idea into the lifeblood of our beautiful city.

Tom Stugmyer Wadsworth Community Radio It is an honor to serve on the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. In my six years, I have met and, more importantly, learned and helped others in their business development in the Wadsworth area.

Heather Taylor GlitterGirl Media The very first thing I did when starting my business was contact Janie at the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce. This Chamber is incredibly active and the members support and encourage one another, too. Investment in the Chamber is an investment in yourself, your business and your community.

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Janie Parish, Executive Director, Wadsworth Chamber of Commerce

Wadsworth Aubrey Harmath, LNHA, CDP, Administrator, The Village of St. Edward

Mark Brigham, Owner, Mark Brigham D.O.

Dr. Adrian Dan, Abdominal & Bariatric Surgeon-Summa Health Weight Management Institute

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Lisa Puto, President & Mortgage Banker, Crossroads Home Loans

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Since 1964, the Village of St. Edward has been the respected and preferred provider of short-term rehabilitation and long-term care of seniors in Summit and Medina County, supporting and enriching lives with compassionate, Christcentered care. With communities in Fairlawn, Wadsworth and Green, The Village is home to more than 500 seniors every day, providing a continuum of care that includes Independent Living, Assisted Living, specialized Memory Care, and Skilled and Long-term Nursing Care.

autonomy, privacy and independence.

The Village of St. Edward Foundation is a non-profit Sec.501(c)(3) organization which exists for the sole purpose of supporting the residents, programs and needs of The Village of St. Edward communities in Fairlawn, Wadsworth and Green.

About The Village of St. Edward The Village of St. Edward, operating in Fairlawn since 1964, is a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) providing services and residency for senior citizens. Initially founded by the Diocese of Cleveland and the Sisters of St. Dominic of Akron, The Village is dedicated to meeting patients’ and residents’ spiritual, physical and psychosocial needs in a faith-based environment.

Located at 880 Main Street in Wadsworth, the Village of St. Edward offers independent living, assisted living and memory care living arrangements and services. Recognizing the need for high quality services for seniors, The Village provides residents and their families a continuum of care as their needs change. The Wadsworth campus offers a safe and secure environment that maximizes each resident’s abilities with respect, dignity,

In keeping with The Village’s mission of lifelong care, residents and their families will never be asked to relocate should their finances change. The Village of St. Edward at Wadsworth will continue the healing ministry of Jesus to the aging and chronically ill and their families, always recognizing the sacredness of life and the dignity of each person.

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MISSION: The Village of St. Edward Community supports and enriches lives with compassionate, Christ-centered care.

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r. Mark Brigham’s office has been located in Wadsworth for over 20 years and they offer small town, personal ENT care from pediatrics through

geriatrics. Dr. Brigham’s ear, nose and throat practice encompasses allergy treatments for food and airborne allergies. Audiology services range from hearing tests, hearing aids, dizziness, and bone-anchored hearing aids. Their licensed audiologists will work closely with you, helping you select the best hearing aids for your needs, budget, and lifestyle. The practice also provides care for snoring and sleep apnea, sinus surgery, tonsil surgery, and ear tubes, as well as facial reconstructive surgery - including skin cancers. He also offers surgical treatment of head and neck cancers, thyroid, parathyroid and salivary gland disorders. Dr. Brigham’s practice can accommodate a wide variety of Dr. Mark Brigham needs. Visit their state-of-theart office for comprehensive and compassionate care. Mark S. Brigham D.O., Inc. is located at 195 Wadsworth Rd., Suite 401 330-336-8717 • www.markbrighamdo.com


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began my journey as pastor of Northside Christian Church over 35 years ago,” states Pastor Robin Hart. “Throughout this journey, my Northside family and I have experienced a lot of life with many individuals. We have seen such great joy in weddings and births; we have seen children become adults and start their own families. But we have also counseled those who are struggling with their marriage or with finances; we have grieved with those who have lost loved ones.” Each and every one of us is on a life journey, and every journey starts somewhere. If your journey is currently full of joy or full of frustration, whether you are already firmly committed to following Christ or searching to find out who He is – no matter where you are, Northside is a family that would Senior Minister Robin Hart love to join you on your journey. Northside Christian Church 7615 Ridge Rd., Wadsworth Worship With Us In-Person and Online! 330-336-4622 • www.northsideweb.org


Bellezza Avanti Spa/Salon REDKEN ELITE SALON

ellezza Avanti Spa/Salon has been in business since 1997. Owners Geri and Steve Good bought a small salon tucked away in an alley in February of 1997 and have transformed the salon and spa into what is it today. They moved to their current location in 2007 and continue to grow their team, service, and product offerings. The salon focuses on exceeding guest’s expectations, having a great team culture and phenomenal education for their team. Bellezza Avanti loves giving back to the community, holding cut-a-thons and fundraisers for various local causes. Bellezza Avanti Spa/Salon hours are Sunday 12pm-6pm, Monday through Thursday 8am-9pm, Friday 8am-8pm Steve and Geri Good and Saturday 8am-4pm. For more information about products, promotions and our extensive list of services, to purchase gift cards or products or to book online go to www.bellezzaavanti.com and follow us on Facebook and Instagram!

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he past year has disrupted routine, and personal sense of control over everyday activities has been shaken. Counseling can help you rediscover “normal” and return to feeling more like yourself. Founded in 1983 by Dr. Suzanne LeSure, Cornerstone has grown to three offices in Medina, Fairview Park, and Wadsworth. The practice is comprised of 22 therapists and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners who treat a variety of concerns from children to older adults. Their belief is that the best health of individuals and families is the cornerstone of a community; thus, many of Cornerstone’s practitioners actively support a wide array of community organizations and wellness events. Cornerstone’s therapists serve as volunteers in their churches, nonprofit boards, and have supported the development of many behavioral health Cindy McQuown resources in the area. Former business manager, Ken Filbert, took ownership of Cornerstone Psychological and Counseling and continues to support community initiatives.

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M. Sells Law, Ltd. is a local tax law firm focused exclusively on helping individuals and small businesses resolve their tax obligations with the Internal Revenue Service and the State of Ohio. Unlike other tax resolution firms - which rarely have a tax lawyer on staff – J. M. Sells Law’s strategic edge lies in their ability to leverage their experience against unduly burdensome IRS findings. With decades of experience navigating the unique complexities of domestic and local tax law, this firm helps clients defend against and negotiate fair and manageable tax resolutions. They’re committed Joshua Sells to offering transparent, affordable, and efficient guidance to clients facing a number of IRS or Ohio tax obligations.

lampco Products, Inc., Wadsworth, Ohio, was founded on June 24, 1971, by James and Linda Venner. Now at their third location, and their second building expansion, Clampco is celebrating its 50th Anniversary! Since its inception, Clampco has provided high quality products at competitive prices in a family-owned business setting. Customer service, both in terms of attention to product development and quick response to customers’ needs, has always been a priority. By adhering to these customer-oriented principles, Clampco has grown steadily throughout the years, and now boasts a state-ofthe-art facility, staffed with highly trained and loyal employees. Clampco proudly services over 35 different segments of the economy and has recently obtained its AS9100 Aerospace certification. In addition to this, James and Linda have historically provided charitable giving to a wide variety of community and regional organizations as a way James and Linda Venner to show appreciation for the communities that have helped the company succeed.


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drian G. Dan, M.D., FACS, FASMBS, is board certified in general surgery and fellowship trained in advanced minimally invasive abdominal surgery and bariatric surgery with Summa Health. Dr. Dan has practiced in the greater Akron area since 2006 and lives in Wadsworth. After his medical studies at Northeast Ohio Medical University, he completed his surgical residency at Michigan State University and his fellowship in Advanced Laparoscopy and Bariatric surgery at the Cleveland Clinic. His practice and research interests are focused on minimally invasive surgical procedures for weight loss and resolution of obesity-related comorbidities such as diabetes, high blood pressure and sleep apnea. In addition, he performs laparoscopic abdominal operations for GERD, gallbladder disease, adrenal Adrian G. Dan, M.D. masses, abdominal wall hernias and abdominal tumors, among others. He provides compassionate and patientcentered surgical care and welcomes new patients to his practice. Summa Health Weight Management Institute For more information, visit www.summahealth.org/weightloss or call 888-210-5048

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r. Logsdon was raised in Norton and completed her undergraduate education at The University of Akron. She completed medical school at The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine as part of the inaugural class at the Dublin, Ohio campus. She then returned to Northeast Ohio where she will be completing her Family Medicine residency training at Summa Akron City Hospital in Summer 2021. Dr. Logsdon has enjoyed building relationships with her patients during residency and is thankful for the opportunity to care for the Wadsworth community. Her professional interests include chronic disease management, lifestyle medicine, and preventive care. She approaches each patient as a whole person and enjoys treating the whole family. Dr. Logsdon will be available to see new patients from pediatric to geriatric. Dr. Hannah Logsdon Outside of work, Dr. Logsdon enjoys hiking and biking in local parks, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends. Family Practice Center 251 Leatherman Rd., Wadsworth 330-334-6229 www.pioneerphysicians.com


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Wadsworth Public Library

Continues to Provide Service Amid the Pandemic

While the COVID-19 pandemic has brought its

challenges, we are proud of the work our staff has done to safely reopen Wadsworth Public Library. Following a temporary building closure, the Library developed a curbside service model in May 2020, then reopened to regular, pre-pandemic hours with limited service at the end of June. We continue to acquire new materials and host virtual programs for patrons of all ages. Free home delivery is available within the Wadsworth City School District. For more information, visit www.wadsworthlibrary.com. This past winter, we conducted a community survey to help us plan for further reopening that will provide the best service and value. We thank everyone for their continued support and look with hope to the coming year.

lifelong curiosity learning and reading 132 Broad Street 330.334.5761 www.wadsworthlibrary.com

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PAGE TURNERS: Central Intermediate School students love to read and meet together in several book clubs.

Wadsworth City Schools

Enabling Students to Reach Their Highest Potential Wadsworth City Schools is a triple-A school district,

emphasizing Academics, Arts, and Athletics. The school district is comprised of eight school buildings, including five elementary schools, one intermediate school, one middle school, and one high school. The total enrollment is approximately 4,500 students. The high school and community center complex allows the school to share community space with the City of Wadsworth, Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Health System, and Wadsworth Public Library, enhancing recreational opportunities for all age groups and serving as a satellite hub for wellness and library services. The complex includes the academic wings for grades 9-12, a Dr. Andrew Hill, Superintendent performing arts center, competition gym, field house, YMCA, doctor

offices, senior center, WCTV studio, and library kiosk. This partnership allows cost savings through shared services. The district offers a host of extracurricular activities in which students can participate, including sports, vocal and instrumental music, Drama Club, Academic Challenge, N.F.L. Speech and Debate, Chess Club, and Student Council, to name a few. There is also a before-school and after-school child care program called Bear Cub Academy for students in kindergarten through sixth grade. Parents are very active in the district with numerous booster clubs to support academics, sports, and band. PTO is the parent-teacher organization that supports the Wadsworth City School system by fostering a closer relationship between home and school. Additional information about Wadsworth City Schools can be found on the web at www.wadsworthschools.org and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ WadsworthCitySchools/.

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Our comprehensive approach is physician-based, in collaboration with our behavioral health, nutrition and exercise specialists. weight loss. Our comprehensive approach is physicianbased, in collaboration with our behavioral health, nutrition and exercise specialists. Surgical Weight Loss: Led by fellowship-trained surgeons, includes physicians, behavioral health specialists, nurses, dietitians, and an array of highly trained support staff working together to provide the best possible outcome. Behavioral Health Services: Many people struggle with eating behaviors that lead to weight gain. Our team can work with you to help determine an appropriate treatment plan. Outpatient Nutrition Services: Registered dietitians see patients needing Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) for diabetes and also work with patients to nutritionally help address high blood pressure, kidney disease, high cholesterol or lipids, weight loss and many other conditions. Call 330-375-6554 or visit summahealth.org/weightloss to learn more.

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Homes & Real Estate

What is a Home Inspection? Buying a home is the largest single investment an individual will ever make. To minimize unpleasant surprises and unexpected difficulties, homebuyers should learn as much as they can about the house before they buy it. A home inspection may identify the need for major repairs or builder oversights, as well as the need for maintenance to keep it in good shape. Through the home inspection process, homebuyers will have a better understanding about their prospective house, which will allow them to make decisions with confidence. If a homeowner is planning to sell their home, a home inspection can give them the opportunity to make repairs that will put the house in better selling condition. A home inspection is an objective visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a house, from the roof to the foundation. On average, a single-family home inspection usually takes two to four hours to complete, though this is heavily dependent on the size and condition of the home. After the inspection process, the inspector will

send the client an inspection report (often within 24-48 hours) that covers their findings, complete with pictures, analysis and recommendations. The standard home inspector’s report covers the condition of the home’s heating and central air conditioning systems; interior plumbing and electrical systems; the roof, attic and visible insulation; walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors; the foundation, basement and structural components. It is important to note that there may be some exceptions. If certain areas are inaccessible (locked door, tenant’s belongings in the way) or unsafe conditions (severely steep roofs, poor structural integrity) the inspector will explain the situation and note that they were not able to assess that specific area or system. A professional home inspection is an examination and objective assessment of the current condition of a house. A home inspector will not pass or fail a house, but rather describe its physical condition and indicate what components and systems may need major repair or replacement. A home inspection is not an appraisal and will not determine the home’s market value. It is also not a municipal inspection and does not verify local code compliance. — Condensed from the American Society of Home Inspectors. Visit their website, www.homeinspector.org for more information.

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Services and Sales,  $53.69, 73%

Operating Grants  and Contributions,  $1.90, 2%

taxes, and all other revenues not specific to a  function or program

Total Revenues = $73,662,721

City Financials

City of Wadsworth ‐ Statement of Activities for the Year Ended

City of Wadsworth - Statement of Activities for the Year Ended December 31, 2019* (in Millions of Dollars) Storm Water, $0.86, 1% Sanitation, $2.32, 4%

Security of persons and property,  $2.79, 4% Transportation, $4.71, 7% Leisure time services, $2.03, 3% Community & economic  develoment, $0.94, 2%

Electric, $33.76, 52%

Other, $0.80, 1% Telecommunications, $5.42, 9% Sanitary Sewer, $4.13, 6% Water, $3.57, 6%

Expenditure Categories:

(in Millions of Dollars)

General government

General government, $3.13, 5%

Security of persons and property Transportation

General Revenues,  $16.77, 23%

Leisure time services Capital Grants and 

Charges for Services and Sales Operating Grants and Contributions Capital Grants and Contributions General Revenues

Revenue Cat

Contributions, Community & economic develoment $1.30, 2%


Telecommunications Operating Grants  Sanitary Sewer


and Contributions,  $1.90, 2%

Charges for  Services and Sales,  $53.69, 73%

Charge genera Opera a funct Capita functio Genera taxes,  functio


Revenue Catagories:


Total Revenues = $73,662,721

Charges for Services and Sales are revenues generated directly from those who benefit Storm Water Operating Grants and Contributions are specific to a function or program

Total Expenditures = $64,468,693

Total Expenditures = $64,468,693 Capital Grants and Contributions are specific to a function or program (in Millions of Dollars) General government includes the general functions such as the mayor's office, city General Revenues include property taxes, income taxes, and all other revenues not council offices, law department, finance department, engineering department, municipal Expenditure Categories: General government, $3.13, 5% specific to Storm Water, $0.86, 1% a function or program court, etc. General government includes the general functions such as the mayor's office, city council offices, law department, finance department,  Security of persons and property,  engineering department, municipal court, etc. $2.79, 4% Security of persons and property includes police, fire, emergency medical services, Sanitation, $2.32, 4% Security of persons and property includes police, fire, emergency medical services, and dispatch and dispatch Sanitary Sewer includes the operational and capital costs related to the collection Transportation, $4.71, 7% Transportation includes the street department, snow & ice removal, traffic signals, and street improvements Transportation includes the street department, snow & ice removal, traffic signals, and disposal of sanitary sewer Leisure time services, $2.03, 3% Leisure time services include the center for older adults, recreational activities including the outdoor pool, parks department, and the  and street improvements Water includes the operational and capital costs related to the treatment and WCTV department Community & economic  Leisure time services include the center for older adults, recreational activities distribution of water develoment, $0.94, 2% Community & economic development include the building and planning departments, code enforcement, block grants, etc. including the outdoor pool, parks department, and the WCTV department Electric includes the operational and capital costs related to the transmission and Other includes the cemetery, dog catcher, and interest on debt service for governmental activities Community & economic development include the building and planning Other, $0.80, 1% distribution of electric Electric, $33.76, 52% Telecommunications include cable television, internet service provider, and VOIP departments, code enforcement, block grants, etc. Sanitation includes the operational and capital costs related to the collection and Telecommunications, $5.42, 9% Sanitary Sewer includes the operational and capital costs related to the collection and disposal of sanitary sewer Other includes the cemetery, dog catcher, and interest on debt service for disposal of refuse governmental activities Water includes the operational and capital costs related to the treatment and distribution of water Storm Water includes the operational and capital costs related to the collection and Sanitary Sewer, $4.13, 6% * Telecommunications include cable television, internet service provider, and VOIP disposal of storm water Electric includes the operational and capital costs related to the transmission and distribution of electric This is the most recented audited financial information available

Water, $3.57, 6%

Sanitation includes the operational and capital costs related to the collection and disposal of refuse Storm Water includes the operational and capital costs related to the collection and disposal of storm water *

This is the most recented audited financial information available 

Expenditure Categories:

General government includes the general functions such as the mayor's office, city council o engineering department, municipal court, etc. Security of persons and property includes police, fire, emergency medical services, and disp

Transportation includes the street department, snow & ice removal, traffic signals, and stree

Leisure time services include the center for older adults, recreational activities including the WCTV department Community & economic development include the building and planning departments, cod

Other includes the cemetery, dog catcher, and interest on debt service for governmental ac Telecommunications include cable television, internet service provider, and VOIP

Sanitary Sewer includes the operational and capital costs related to the collection and dispo

Water includes the operational and capital costs related to the treatment and distribution o

Electric includes the operational and capital costs related to the transmission and distributio

Sanitation includes the operational and capital costs related to the collection and disposal o

Storm Water includes the operational and capital costs related to the collection and disposa *

This is the most recented audited financial information available 

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Parks & Recreation The City of Wadsworth welcomes you and your family to enjoy the natural beauty and recreational offerings of our city’s parks. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful walk, active recreation, a meeting place with friends and family, or just somewhere to exercise your dog, you’re sure to find something to meet your need. The parks are maintained and operated by the City of Wadsworth and community volunteers associated with the Friends of Wadsworth Trails (FoWT). For more information, visit www.wadsworthcity.com or www.fowt.org.


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Holmesbrook Holmesbrook Holmesbrook Park Park Park 660660 College 660 College College Street Street Street Holmesbrook Holmesbrook Holmesbrook Park Park Park is the is is the largest the largest largest of of of all all Wadsworth all Wadsworth Wadsworth City City City parks. parks. parks. Located Located Located offoff College off College College Street Street Street near near near Summa Summa Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Wadsworth-Rittman Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital, Hospital, Hospital, Holmesbrook Holmesbrook Holmesbrook is aisdensely is a densely a densely forested forested forested park park park with with with several several several trails trails trails andand sights. and sights. sights. Friedt Friedt Friedt Park Park Park 425425 Leatherman 425 Leatherman Leatherman Road Road Road

Friedt Friedt Friedt Park Park Park adjoins adjoins adjoins Holmesbrook Holmesbrook Holmesbrook Park Park Park onon the on the north the north north side side side andand can and can be can be accessed be accessed accessed offoff Leatherman off Leatherman Leatherman Road. Road. Road. Friedt Friedt Friedt Park Park Park hashas several has several several sports sports sports fields fields fields andand one and one of one the of of the best the best sledding best sledding sledding hills hills hills in in thein the Wadsworth the Wadsworth Wadsworth area. area. area.

Memorial Memorial Memorial Park Park Park 274274 Grandview 274 Grandview Grandview Avenue Avenue Avenue

Memorial Memorial Memorial Park Park Park is the is is the oldest the oldest oldest andand second and second second largest largest largest park park park in Wadsworth. inin Wadsworth. Wadsworth. Named Named Named in memory inin memory memory of the of of the fallen the fallen fallen heroes heroes heroes of the of of thethe Second Second Second World World World War, War, War, Memorial Memorial Memorial Park Park Park hashashas several several several reservable reservable reservable shelters, shelters, shelters, a large a large a large lake lake lake with with with a paved a paved a paved path, path, path, andand other and other other amenities. amenities. amenities.

A.C A.C A.C Field Field Field 441441 College 441 College College Street Street Street

This This This ballball field ball field field is located is is located located right right right offoff ofoff College of of College College Street, Street, Street, onon the on the northern the northern northern section section section of Memorial of of Memorial Memorial Park. Park. Park.

Miller Miller Miller Park Park Park 270270 Chestnut 270 Chestnut Chestnut Street Street Street Miller Miller Miller Park Park Park is ais5is aacre 5a acre 5 acre park park park with with with twotwo ball two ball fields ball fields fields andand aand aa playground playground playground between between between Chestnut Chestnut Chestnut Street Street Street andand Fairview and Fairview Fairview Ave. Ave. Ave. New New New Bird Bird Bird Park Park Park 560560 Bird 560 Bird Bird Street Street Street

New New New Bird Bird Bird Park, Park, Park, located located located offoff E.off Bergey E. E. Bergey Bergey Street, Street, Street, sitssits on sits on over on over over 26 26 acres. 26 acres. acres. With With With a rentable a rentable a rentable pavilion, pavilion, pavilion, it includes it includes it includes a baseball a baseball a baseball field field field plus plus plus thethe youth the youth youth football football football fields fields fields at Fieldcrest. at at Fieldcrest. Fieldcrest.

Old Old Old Bird Bird Bird Park Park Park 510510 Bird 510 Bird Bird Street Street Street

OldOld Bird Old Bird Bird Park Park Park adjoins adjoins adjoins New New New Bird Bird Bird Park Park Park andand has and has ahas rentable a rentable a rentable pavilion, pavilion, pavilion, playground, playground, playground, andand fields and fields fields forfor soccer for soccer soccer andand lacrosse. and lacrosse. lacrosse.

Franklin Franklin Franklin Park Park Park 135135 Pine 135 Pine Pine Street Street Street

Located Located Located at Pine at at Pine Pine Street Street Street andand S. and Lyman S. S. Lyman Lyman Street, Street, Street, thethe park the park park hashashas a pavilion, a pavilion, a pavilion, basketball basketball basketball court court court andand playground. and playground. playground.

Valley Valley Valley View View View Park Park Park && Dog &Dog Dog Park Park Park 618618 West 618 West West St. St.St.

Located Located Located onon the on the north the north north section section section of town, of of town, town, close close close to Rt. to to Rt. 76, Rt. 76, this 76, this 15 this 15 acre 15 acre park acre park park hashas two has two two basketball basketball basketball courts, courts, courts, a ball a ball afield, ball field, field, a rentable a rentable a rentable pavilion, pavilion, pavilion, playground, playground, playground, restrooms, restrooms, restrooms, andand and thethe city’s the city’s city’s only only only skateboard skateboard skateboard park. park. park.

Northside Northside Northside Christian Christian Christian Church Church Church Ball Ball Ball Field Field Field 7615 7615 7615 Ridge Ridge Ridge Road Road Road Wadsworth Wadsworth Wadsworth City City City Parks Parks Parks manages manages manages thethe ball the ball field ball field field at at at Northside Northside Northside Christian Christian Christian Church, Church, Church, offoff ofoff Ridge of of Ridge Ridge Road. Road. Road.

Kaleidoscope Kaleidoscope Kaleidoscope Playground Playground Playground 187187 Ault 187 Ault Ault Street Street Street This This This eastern eastern eastern section section section of Memorial of of Memorial Memorial Park Park Park includes includes includes a 14,000 a 14,000 a 14,000 square square square foot foot wooden foot wooden wooden play play structure play structure structure built built built by by volunteers by volunteers volunteers andand isand is is adjacent adjacent adjacent to tennis to to tennis tennis courts courts courts andand aand ball a ball afield. ball field. field.

Northwoods Northwoods Northwoods Park Park Park 207207 Hollybrier 207 Hollybrier Hollybrier Drive Drive Drive

The Wadsworth Interurban Trail: The 2-mile bike and hike trail begins downtown and extends to the southeast corner of Wadsworth. It passes the Van Auken oval track and exercise stations, the Miller Field baseball fields featuring a playground, and ends near the new Trolley Line Park, which includes a pavilion and other outdoor amenities.

Weatherstone Weatherstone Weatherstone Park Park Park 1411 1411 1411 Reimer Reimer Reimer Road Road Road

This This This Park Park Park is located is is located located onon the on the northeast the northeast northeast endend of end Wadsworth of of Wadsworth Wadsworth near near near Weatherstone Weatherstone Weatherstone development. development. development. This This This 5.55.5 acre 5.5 acre acre park park park hashashas ballball fields, ball fields, fields, a pavilion, a pavilion, a pavilion, andand restrooms. and restrooms. restrooms.

Parsons Parsons Parsons Admin. Admin. Admin. Ball Ball Ball Field Field Field 524524 Broad 524 Broad Broad Street Street Street

Wadsworth Wadsworth Wadsworth City City City Parks Parks Parks manages manages manages thethe ball the ball field ball field field behind behind behind thethethe former former former Overlook Overlook Overlook Elementary Elementary Elementary School, School, School, which which which now now now houses houses houses thethe school the school school system’s system’s system’s administrative administrative administrative offices. offices. offices.

Trolley Trolley Trolley Line Line Line Park Park Park && House &House House 631631 Silvercrest 631 Silvercrest Silvercrest Rd.Rd.Rd. Trolley Trolley Trolley Line Line Line Park Park Park is nestled is is nestled nestled in in a picturesque in a picturesque a picturesque rural rural rural setting. setting. setting. Its Its entrance Its entrance entrance is near is is near near thethe intersection the intersection intersection of Silvercrest of of Silvercrest Silvercrest andand and Durling. Durling. Durling. TheThe Trolley The Trolley Trolley Line Line Line House House House hashas ahas unique a unique a unique pollinator pollinator pollinator garden garden garden that that begins that begins begins blooming blooming blooming in in early in early early May May May andand attracts and attracts attracts birds birds birds andand insects. and insects. insects. Both Both Both thethe house the house house andand pavilion and pavilion pavilion areareare available available available forfor reservations. for reservations. reservations. E! W EW NENW KN K! K! RAR PARPAP

Wintergreen Wintergreen Wintergreen Park Park Park 630630 Hillcrest 630 Hillcrest Hillcrest Drive Drive Drive Wintergreen Wintergreen Wintergreen is located is is located located onon the on the edge the edge edge of the of of the Wintergreen the Wintergreen Wintergreen development development development behind behind behind Wadsworth Wadsworth Wadsworth High High High School. School. School. There There There is ais is aa rentable rentable rentable pavilion, pavilion, pavilion, basketball basketball basketball court, court, court, playground, playground, playground, andand trails. and trails. trails. Durling Durling Durling Park Park Park 254254 East 254 East East Boyer Boyer Boyer Street Street Street

Durling Durling Durling is located is is located located between between between Prospect Prospect Prospect Street Street Street andand E. and Boyer E. E. Boyer Boyer Street, Street, Street, andand has and has 4has tennis 4 tennis 4 tennis courts, courts, courts, a basketball a basketball a basketball court, court, court, a ball a ball a ball field, field, field, a playground, a playground, a playground, restrooms, restrooms, restrooms, andand aand rentable a rentable a rentable pavilion. pavilion. pavilion.

Muhl Muhl Muhl Park Park Park && Soccer &Soccer Soccer Complex Complex Complex 390390 Trease 390 Trease Trease Rd.Rd.Rd. This This This area area area totals totals totals 28 28 acres 28 acres acres of open of of open open field field field onon the on the southwest the southwest southwest side side of side town. of of town. town. There There There areare multiple are multiple multiple soccer soccer soccer fields, fields, fields, a rentable a rentable a rentable pavilion, pavilion, pavilion, a playground, a playground, a playground, basketball basketball basketball courts courts courts andand restrooms. and restrooms. restrooms.

Located Located Located in in thein the northeast the northeast northeast section, section, section, Northwoods Northwoods Northwoods hashas ahas paa paa pavilion, vilion, vilion, basketball basketball basketball court, court, court, playground, playground, playground, andand paved and paved paved path. path. path. Drinkin Drinkin Drinkin Grill Fountain Fountain Fountain GrillGrill Sledding Sledding Restrooms Restrooms Restrooms Playground Playground Playground Fishing Fishing Fishing HillHillSledding Hill Picnic Picnic Picnic CC CC Skiing CC Skiing Skiing Biking Parking Parking Parking Biking Biking Tables Tables Tables Sports Sports Sports Pavilion Pavilion Pavilion Skateboarding Skateboarding Skateboarding Fields Fields Fields Accessible Accessible Accessible Hiking Hiking Hiking


THE WADSWORTH COMMUNITY CENTER is the culmination of the vision and partnership of the City of Wadsworth, Wadsworth City Schools, the YMCA, Summa and the Wadsworth Public Library. The complex is the Ohio School Facilities Commission’s (OSFC) first combined community center and high school. The 70,000-square-foot Community Center is a state-ofthe-art facility offering recreation, health, and senior facilities, all in one convenient location.

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Terraceview Terraceview Terraceview Park Park Park 200200 Terraceview 200 Terraceview Terraceview Avenue Avenue Avenue Located Located Located by by Hard by Hard Hard Street Street Street andand W. and W. Bergey, W. Bergey, Bergey, thisthis park this park park hashas ahas aa pavilion, pavilion, pavilion, playground, playground, playground, fenced fenced fenced play play play area, area, area, andand aand sandbox. a sandbox. a sandbox.

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Senior Living

Supporting Successful Aging! Due to the health concerns and state orders resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Wadsworth’s Soprema Senior Center and Cafe’s building has been closed since March of 2020. We are hopeful that we will be reopened in the summer of 2021 and returned to in-person activities, although most likely on a limited basis. During the pandemic, the Center became “a Center without Walls” by moving quickly to virtual programming and supporting members by phone calls, emails, and drive through events. We will continue to do this until we can re-open fully and many of these features will continue into the future. With the virtual programming, there are still ample opportunities for a variety of both traditional and contemporary senior programming offered online or over the phone. Seniors are invited to engage in recreational, educational, informational, seasonal, and social programs from the comfort and safety of their own homes. Not yet a member? The Soprema Senior Center is still accepting member registrations remotely! Membership is free and open to residents age 55+ in Wadsworth and surrounding communities. Please complete our digital member form located at: http://ssc.wadsworthcity.com/signup/. Staff can also process member registration over the phone at 330-335-1513. The Soprema Senior Center is supported by the City of Wadsworth, the Wadsworth Older Adults Foundation, and our Professional Friends. We accept donations from the community through the Wadsworth Older Adults Foundation. The Foundation is an integral part of the offerings that the Center is able to give to the community and provides assistance and guidance in many different ways. Please support the Foundation through

BINGO! It won't be too much longer until we can all get together and have a good time playing bingo and many other activities at the Soprema Senior Center.

participation in activities, supporting fundraising, or becoming active guests. We look forward to the time when we can reconnect in person to Support Successful Aging! For up-to-date information, visit www.wadsworthcity.com/Soprema-SeniorCenter. Stay healthy and strong!

The Wadsworth Older Adults Foundation has proudly served Wadsworth’s senior community for over thirty years and has been a long-standing source of supplemental financial support to the Soprema Senior Center.

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Professional Service, Small Town Care

• Upgrade & Replace • Repair Service • Preventative Maintenance

• New Installations • Indoor Air Quality • Commercial

• Maintenance Agreements • Duct Cleaning • Sheet Metal

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Wadsworth has many great events throughout the year, including the Blue Tip Festival and Main Street Wadsworth's First Friday family-friendly programs. Get outdoors to one of the many Wadsworth City Parks or nearby Medina County Parks for hiking, fishing, sports, and more! History buffs can stop at the Wadsworth Historical Society and take time to learn about your hometown history. Other fun things to do include a night of family bowling at Strike and Spare Lanes or a movie night at the Blue Sky Drive-in. For those who love to shop, Wadsworth has many unique local shops like Thurber’s Jewelers, Kathryn’s Closet, and The BookShelf, which helps support adult literacy in Medina County. Take the family out for a great meal at the Galaxy Restaurant, enjoy a glass of wine at Filia, or a good local brew at Wadsworth Brewery. Sonnet’s offers great coffee in the morning, sandwiches for lunch, and dinner while enjoying a live band in the evening. For more information and things to do, visit visitmedinacounty.com

Community Information

Important Phone Numbers EMERGENCY 911


FIRE/EMS Station One 330-335-2849

City Hall Receptionist 330-335-1521

Station Two 330-335-2851

Building & Planning (Inspections, High Grass, Junk Cars, Plan Approvals) 330-335-2753

Police Non-Emergency 330-334-1511

City Income Tax Office 330-335-2745

Recreation Center/YMCA 330-334-9622 Sanitation & Transfer Station 330-335-2847

Citylink (Cable, Internet, Phone Service) 330-335-2888

Soprema Senior Center & Café 617 School Drive 330-335-1513

Electric (Outages, Service Connections, Banners) 330-335-2833

Streets & Parks (Park Reservations, Street Trees, Potholes) 330-335-2842

Engineering (Stormwater Issues, Fence Installs, Easements) 330-335-2751

Utilities Office 330-335-2700

Finance Office 330-335-2764

WCTV (Wadsworth Community Television) 619 School Drive 330-336-7919 A public, educational and government access television

studio, offering local programming, public meetings and high school sports on Channels 15,16,17,18 on CityLink Cable; 1023,1024, 1025 on Spectrum Cable, and on-demand viewing at WatchWCTV.com. Wadsworth Municipal Court (Pay Your Fines) 330-335-1596 Water/Sewer (Water Breaks, Sewer Backups) 330-336-2894 After Hours 330-334-1581

WADSWORTH CITY SCHOOLS Administration Offices 524 Broad Street 330-336-3571 Superintendent Dr. Andrew J. Hill Treasurer Mr. Douglas Beeman Assistant Superintendent Mr. Gabe Tudor

Director of Instruction and Professional Development Dr. Michele Evans Director of Student Services Mrs. Joyce Walker Director of Four Cities Compact Mr. Roger Wright Director of Technology Mr. Phillip Luthman WADSWORTH HIGH SCHOOL 330-335-1400 Principal Mr. Steve Moore Associate Principal Mr. Rich Berlin Assistant Principal Mr. Christopher Sieber WADSWORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL 330-335-1410 Principal Mr. Eric Jackson Assistant Principal Mr. David Ryder 8 Continued on page 26 www.wadsworthcity.com 25

Community Information www.OswaldCompanies.com

We see risk so you see opportunity. property & casualty employee benefits life insurance retirement plan services ©2019 Oswald Companies. All rights reserved. DS1993

7 Continued from page 25 CENTRAL INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 330-335-1480 Principal Mr. Brandon Cobb Assistant Principal Mrs. Laura Maslyk FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 330-335-1470 Principal Mr. Roger Havens ISHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 330-335-1440 Principal Mrs. Nance Watts LINCOLN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 330-335-1460 Principal Mr. Steve Brady



Rotary Club of Wadsworth www.wadsworthrotary.org

Principal Mrs. Erin Simpson

Wadsworth Area Historical Society 161 High St, Wadsworth 330-335-1470 wadsworthareahistoricalsociety@ gmail.com www.wadsworthareahistorical society.org

VALLEY VIEW ELEMENTARY 330-335-1430 Principal Mr. Christopher Roberts

SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS Feed the Souls/Faithworks Wadsworth United Methodist Church 195 Broad Street, Wadsworth 330-336-6689 www.wadsumc.org

Appraisal & Taxes

Business Information

Vendor Licenses

Property Records

Helping Hands Food Pantry Northside Christian Church 7615 Ridge Rd., Wadsworth 330-336-4622 www.northsideweb.org

Wadsworth Blue Tip Festival 330-536-9121 info@bluetipfestival.com www.bluetipfestival.com Wadsworth FISH 150 College Street/PO Box 754, Wadsworth wadsworthfish.org 330-336-4300 (message line) Wadsworth Meals On Wheels 215 High St., Wadsworth 330-335-6156

Area News Including Events & Special Features Important Pet Information: Licensing, Lost & Found, Adoptable Pets

144 North Broadway Street Medina, Ohio 44256 330-725-9754 Toll Free: 844-722-3800 www.medinacountyauditor.org

FREE Services To Our Veterans & Military Families VA Claims Assistance Transportation l Financial Assistance

Medina County Veterans Service Office 210 Northland Drive l Medina, OH 44256 l 330-722-9368

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Main Street Wadsworth

Main Street Wadsworth an “Unmatched Downtown Experience” Enjoy the very best of small town America! Visit charming Main Street Wadsworth (MSW), a revitalized historic downtown business district featuring over 30 unique shops and restaurants. Visit downtown Wadsworth the first Friday of each month for a fun and free “First Friday” event from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The Main Street Wadsworth Farmers Market (151 Main Street) is alive with fresh homegrown produce and local homemade items every Saturday from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. from June 12 to September 25, 2021. The heart of the Wadsworth community, Main Street Wadsworth is proud to be celebrating its 5th year as Ohio’s 22nd accredited Main Street Community. In addition to events, MSW coordinates downtown grants, is pursuing a National Register of Historic Districts designation, offers assistance to downtown businesses, manages a downtown art mural program, and provides many volunteer opportunities through its Design, Economic Vitality, Promotion, and Organization teams. Want to learn more? E-mail Executive Director Adrianne Patrick at adrianne@mainstreetwadsworth.org. Follow us!: www.facebook.com/MainStreetWadsworth and www.mainstreetwadsworth.org. #ADowntownUnmatched.


JANUARY 23 Thank You Saturday FEBRUARY 4 First Friday: Destination Downtown Date Night MARCH 5 First Friday: Mystery on Main Street APRIL 2 First Friday: Bunny Hop! MAY 7 First Friday: Wadsworth Loves the 80’s JUNE 4 First Friday: Celebrate Our Safety Forces  NO JULY FIRST FRIDAY JULY 3 (Sat.) Fireworks Let Freedom Ring! (Rain date: July 5) (5:00 p.m.-Dark)

AUGUST 6 First Friday: Take Flight, Wadsworth! SEPTEMBER 3 First Friday: Country Western Night Shop Local, Y’all!

OCTOBER 1-2 Downtown Fall Fest OCTOBER 21 Scare on the Square featuring Wadsworth Thriller (5-8 p.m.)

NOVEMBER 5 First Friday: Community Collection Competition NOVEMBER 26 Small Business Saturday presented by American Express

NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER Holiday Magic on Main Street – 11/19, 12/3, 12/11 (Sat.), and 12/17 (5:30-8:30 p.m. on Fridays, 12:00-3:00 on Saturdays) [Events subject to change based on Medina County Health Department (MCHD) guidance. Visitors are requested to wear a mask and follow social distancing guidelines.]

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Community Information Wadsworth Utilities: Providing Exceptional Service is Our Goal

CityLink: 330-335-2888 City Hall, 7:30a – 7:00p M-F, 8:00a – noon on Sat, after hours support by calling! Your source for all communication needs in and around Wadsworth! CityLink, operated by the City of Wadsworth, provides: Cable, Internet, Phone (Voice Over IP), and Home Energy Management services to residential and business customers. We provide Digital and HD cable service and our “Watch TV Everywhere” product allows you to view TV on your desktop, smartphone or tablet anytime you want. Our Internet offers Six tiers of service, with speeds from 20 Mbps to 500 Mbps covering your needs from basic emailing and surfing, to high speed gaming and video streaming. We also offer business-direct fiber connections from as low as $100 a month

The City of Wadsworth offers weekly curbside trash pick-up to the City and surrounding areas.

Yard Waste Program Our Yard Waste Program offers bundled brush and bagged yard waste pick-up at $1/bag.

and speeds from 50 Mbps up to 1 Gig! Utility Office: 330-335-2700 Due to the Ohio Department of Health Director’s Stay at Home order, public buildings and City Hall will remain closed from in-person visitors at the time of printing except for the Municipal Court and the Police Department’s public lobby. We ask residents to conduct business by telephone, e-mail, internet or make an appointment. All services can now be done over the phone or through email. For your convenience, here are all the ways you can pay your utility bill: Pay your bill conveniently online at www.wadsworthcity.com  Sign up online for Recurring Credit Card Payments automatically paid on our due date. Pay by check or money order in-person using our 24-hour drop box located in the parking lot on the North side of City Hall. Sign up for automatic deduction of your checking account by ACH. Pay 24/7 through our automated phone system with a credit card by calling 330-335-2700. Pay over the phone by speaking to a customer service representative by calling 330-335-2700.

Dumpster rentals Having are available! a party? Available to be The $25 Party rented for your Plan provides short-term three 96 gallon remodeling or carts for three days. housecleaning needs.

Rates are set by City Ordinance, which means there are no hidden fees, no fuel charges, and no surprises! We offer competitive commercial rates for businesses.

To start service today, call 330-335-2847 Extra trash between your scheduled collections? Subscribers can also drop off extra trash or large items at our Transfer Station, located at 165 Auble Street.

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Wadsworth Utilities includes Municipal Electric, Water, Sewer, Sanitation, Storm Water, Cable, Internet, Phone (Voice over IP) and Home Energy Networks. All these City services are included on one convenient bill each month. We incorporate smart meter technology for our electric and water service that allows us to offer lower utility rates and progressive programs such as leak detection and energy efficiency, which saves our residents money.

Mail your payment with provided self-return envelope. Wadsworth Sanitation Department and Transfer Station: 330-335-2847 165 Auble Street; 8:00a - 4:00p M-F, 9:00a – 1:00p on Sat The City of Wadsworth provides Solid Waste collection and disposal services for the residents of the City and surrounding Twp. The City provides a 96 gallon wheeled cart for residential waste. Carts are to be placed near the street after 7:00 PM the night before collection, as the crews collect through the night. The Transfer Station is a convenient way to dispose of items in between collections and for large loads.

We are an award-winning system that offers the highest reliability, safety and improvements in the industry. We have an automated distribution system to limit outages in times of bad weather and provide unique offerings to you. We have programs such as Peak Rewards, Efficiency Smart and Time-Of-Use rates to benefit and save you money!

Wadsworth Street Department: 330-335-2842 The Street Department is responsible for snow and ice control, leaf pickup, street sweeping, pothole repairs, ditching, signs, storm sewer repairs, and the dog catcher duties.

Wadsworth Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection: 330-335-2830 The City of Wadsworth provides both of these services to the community in order to make sure we have an adequate supply, maintaining low rates and providing efficient services. The Water Treatment Plant is a 24/7 operation committed to providing the highest quality drinking water and fire protection to the citizens of Wadsworth. The City maintains a series of groundwater wells that pump to the plant for a multi-step purification process, ending in treated water flowing through the distribution system to homes and businesses.

Wadsworth Electric Department: 330-335-2833 The City of Wadsworth has owned and operated its own electric distribution system since 1916, which provides the community input over power supply purchases and rate setting.

For sanitary sewer collection, our responsibilities begin with the sanitary sewer main in front of the residence/business and end at the City of Wadsworth Wastewater Treatment Plant, where wastewater is treated, ending in clean water being returned to the River Styx.

Wadsworth Churches Ambassador Baptist Church 620 Trease Rd. 330-336-3221 Apostolic Christian Church 2360 S. Medina Line Rd. 330-335-4444 Bethany Friends Church 8127 Wadsworth Rd. 330-336-2827

Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church 146 High St. 330-335-6501 www.gracewadsworth.com

Cornerstone Memorial Baptist Church 745 S Medina Line Rd. 330-665-4479 Crossroads Community Church 118 High St. 330-334-2400 Deep Water Community Church 354 Main St. 330-421-1370 Discover Church 1825 Reimer Rd. 330-335-7301 First Baptist Church 198 Mills St. 330-336-3256

First Christian Church, Disciples of Christ 116 E Boyer St. 330-336-6697 www.fccwadsworth.org First Mennonite Church 405 Trease Rd. 330-331–9289 Freshwater Community Church 590 Hartman Rd. 330-336-3561 Grace and Truth Church 157 Wadsworth Rd. 330-336-2337

Ikon Church 330-410-3445 www.ikonwadsworth.com Mosaic 130 Main Street., Suite 3 info@mosaicneo.org Mt. Zwingli United Church of Christ 2172 S. Medina Line Rd. 330-336-5533 New Beginnings Church 623 School Dr. (YMCA) 234-248-6810

Northside Christian Church 7615 Ridge Rd. 330 336 4622 www.northsideweb.org

Community Information

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church 146 College St. 330-336-0212

Trinity United Church of Christ 215 High St. 330-334-2536

Salvation Army 527 College St. 330-335-2327

Wadsworth Church of Christ 236 W. Good Ave. 330-334-1178

The Chapel: Wadsworth Campus   1391 State Rd. 330-315-5421

Wadsworth Church of Nazarene 743 High St. 330-336-4258

The Epicenter Church 311 Weatherstone Dr. PO Box 954 330-703-4235 The Garage Youth For Christ 330-273-5794 Garagezoe.com The Restored Church of God 1000 Ambassador Dr. 330-334-2266

Wadsworth United Methodist Church 195 Broad St. 330-336-6689 www.wadsworthumc.com


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Radiant Life Church 844 Hartman Rd. 330-335-1594 Reimer Road Baptist Church 1055 Reimer Rd. 216-336-3917 Ridgewood Baptist Church 7891 Ridge Rd. 330-334-2534

Sacred Heart of Jesus 260 Broad St. 330-336-3049 www.shofjesus.com

Director: Cassie Hartzler • Scholarships are available!

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Dining Guide Alexandris 146 Main St. 330-336-0203

China Express 999 High St. 330-336-1888

Ann’s Pastry Shop 121 High St. 330-335-7441

Chipotle 990 High St. 330-334-5812 Circle L Steakhouse at The Galaxy 201 Park Centre Dr. 330-334-3663

Antonio’s Pizzeria LoSchiavo 1050 Williams Reserve Blvd. 330-334-6000 www.antoniospizza.net

Crafted Cocktail Company 991 High St. 330-334-5080

Applebee’s 1020 High St. 330-335-6767

Dairy Queen 835 High St. 330-336-4714

Arby’s 964 High St. 330-336-5521 Beef O’Brady’s 1090 Williams Reserve Blvd. 330-336-3600

Gionino’s Pizzeria 138 Akron Rd. 330-334-9191

Pizzazio’s Pizza 157 Broad St. 330-336-1600

Great Oaks Tavern 210 Great Oaks Trail, Suite A 330-331-7199

Pulp 1090 Williams Reserve Blvd. 330-331-7311

Hong Kong Buffet Sushi Hibachi Lounge 247 Great Oaks Trail 330-334-5888 Kasai Japanese Restaurant 295 Weatherstone Dr., Unit E 330-334-7141 K.C.’s Sports Pub 346 Main St. 330-336-5100

Rise & Grind 120 High St. 330-331-7167 Robeks Fresh Juice & Smoothies 988 High St. 330-331-7234 Romeo’s Pizza 176 Great Oaks Trl. 330-336-8900

Kentucky Fried Chicken 802 High St. 330-334-4464

Sonnet’s Espresso Bar & Restaurant 117 College St. 330-336-5557 www.sonnetscoffee.com

Leavitt’s Water Main Grille 339 Main St. 330-331-7757

Soprema Senior Center & Café 617 School Dr. 330-335-1513

Bidinger’s Ice Cream 410 College St. 330-336-3392

Dolce at the Strand 123 Broad St. 234-217-8007 www.dolceatthestrand.com

Little Caesars Pizza 995 High Street 234-217-8663

Speedway Speedy Café 1160 Akron Rd. 330-336-6711

Blue Tip BBQ & Grill 130 S. Lyman St. www.bluetipbbq.com

Domino’s Pizza 117 Main St. 330-336-0330

Marie’s Restaurant 130 E. Smokerise Dr. 330-334-1000

Spunkmeyer’s Pub 993 High St. 330-334-5080

McDonald’s 920 High St. 330-336-8100

Starbucks 988 High St. 330-334-0391

Menchies Frozen Yogurt 1090 Williams Reserve Blvd. Unit 330 330-334-1800

Starbucks (located inside Target) 1183 Williams Reserve Blvd. 330-335-2610

New Style Chinese 136 Akron Rd. 330-334-9900

Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt 300 Weatherstone Dr. 330-334-4004

Bob Evans 151 Park Center Dr. 330-336-8970 Bosco’s Pizza Kitchen 295-B Weatherstone Dr. 330-331-5522 Buehler’s Restaurant 175 Great Oaks Trl. 330-336-3588

Buffalo Wild Wings 5050 Eastpointe Dr. 330-764-9464 www.buffalowildwings.com Burger King 994 High St. 330-334-5510 Casa Del Rio 839 High St. 330-335-4001


Dunkin’ Donuts 809 High St. 330-336-2500 El Rincon Mexican Grille 1154 Hinkle Dr. 330-334-0020

Galaxy Restaurant 201 Park Centre Dr. 330-334-3663 www.galaxyrestaurant.com GetGo Café & Market 951 High St. 234-217-6021 Giant Eagle Coffee Shop/Deli 825 Ambassador Dr. 330-336-8733

No. 1 Chinese Restaurant 156 Main Street 330-334-6661 Panera Bread 135 Great Oaks Trl. 330-336-4600 Papa John’s Pizza 132 Akron Rd. 330-334-4949 Pizza Hut 142 Great Oaks Trl. 330-336-5700

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The Galaxy Sports Bar/ Dining Room/Banquet Center 201 Park Centre Dr. 330-334-3663 The Sub Station and Pizzeria 116 High St. 330-336-9480 The Wine Room at The Galaxy Restaurant 201 Park Centre Dr. 330-334-3663 Unwined 132 Main St. 330-475-4934

Valley Cafe 101 High St. 330-331-7555 www.valley-cafe.com Wadsworth Brewing Company 126 Main St. 330-475-4935 Wadsworth Downtown Deli 153 Broad St. 330-331-4983 Wadsworth Tavern 292 Main St. 330-331-4509 Wayback Burgers 1090 Williams Reserve Blvd. 330-334-5045 Wendy’s 125 Great Oaks Trl. 330-331-4970 Whitehouse Chicken 199 Great Oaks Trl. 330-335-6000

Subway 989 High St. 330-334-0044

Word of Mouth BBQ 962 Broad St. 330-990-5550

Subway 141 Main St. 330-336-3031

Zeppe’s Pizzeria 295 Weatherstone Dr. 330-336-8300

Taco Bell 973 High St. 330-336-9242

Every effort has been made to provide a complete and accurate restaurant list for the community magazine. Please contact us in reference to corrections as there are restaurant openings and closings in the area after the magazine is published.

Tailgators Sports Pub & Grille 469 College St. 330-334-5151


H&R Block...................................p 6 www.hrblock.com/sbs ASSESSMENTS/APPRAISALS/ LICENSES/TAXES

Medina County Auditor...........p 26 www.medinacountyauditor.org CABLE, INTERNET, TELEPHONE & HOME ENERGY

City of Wadsworth/Internet Services.......................................p 7 www.wadsworthcitylink.com CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce......................p 10, 11 www.wadsworthchamber.com CHILDCARE

Academy of Young Minds........p 17 www.facebook.com/ AcademyOfYoungMinds/ CHURCHES

Northside Christian Church.................................p 14, 31 www.northsideweb.org Sacred Heart of Jesus ...............p 9 www.shofjesus.com CIVIL ENGINEERING & LAND SURVEYING

Lewis Land Professionals, Inc........................p 8 www.landprosinc.com COMMUNITY TELEVISION

Wadsworth Community Televison (WCTV) ........................................p 9 wctv.wadsworthcity.com



Aerotrek Flight Academy..........p 8 www.flyaerotrek.com

Thurber’s Jewelers.....................p 9 www.thurbersjewelers.com

Sonnet’s Coffee & Whiskey Bar................................p 9 www.sonnetscoffee.com




Hilliard-Rospert Funeral Home.............................p 9 www.hilliardrospert.com

Wadsworth Public Library.......p 16 www.wadsworthlibrary.com


Crossroads Home Loans..........p 14 www.crossroadsloans.com

Eyedeal Graphics........................p 9 www.eyedealgraphics.com HAIR SALON & SPA SERVICES

Bellezza Avanti Spa & Salon................................p 15, 19 www.bellezzaavanti.com HEATING & COOLING SERVICES

Kimmel Heating & Air Conditioning.......................p 24 www.kimmelheatingandair.com Quality Heating and Cooling...............................p 20 www.qualityheatingandcooling.com HOSPITALS & MEDICAL FACIITIES

Summa Health................................ .....................p 16, 18, 19, Back cover www.summahealth.org/weightloss INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT SUPPLIER

Clampco Products................p 6, 15 www.clampco.com INSURANCE

Jeffery Protects..........................p 9 www.jefferyprotects.com Oswald Companies..................p 26 www.oswaldcompanies.com


City of WadsworthSanitation Dept........................p 30 www.wadsworthcity.org SCHOOLS/PRIVATE


Northside Christian Academy....................................p 31 www.northsideweb.org/academy

Mark S. Brigham, DO, Inc.... p 14, 18 www.markbrighamdo.com

Sacred Heart of Jesus School....p 9 www.sacredheartexcellence.com



Family Practice Center Wadsworth............................p 3, 16 www.pioneerphysicians.com

The Village of St. Edward........p 13 www.vsecommunities.org


Antonio’s Pizzeria LoSchiavo....p 1 www.antoniospizza.net

Wadsworth Older Adults Foundation................................p 23 www.wadswortholderadults foundation.org TAX ATTORNEY


Cornerstone Psychological and Counseling Services, Inc....p 15, 18 www.cornestonetoday.com

J.M. Sells Law, Ltd.......................... .............................. Inside ft. cover, 15 www.ohiotaxattorney.com VETERANS SERVICES


Medina County Veterans Service Office.......................................p 26 Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.......................................p 9 www.medinacountyveterans.org www.johannaperrino.stoufferrealty.com VISITOR’S BUREAU

Wadsworth Real Estate Inc.....p 21 www.wadsworthrealestate.com RESTAURANTS

Antonio’s Pizzeria LoSchiavo....p 1 www.antoniospizza.net

Medina County Convention & Visitors Bureau.........................p 24 www.visitmedinacounty.com WINDOW TREATMENTS/ WALLCOVERINGS

Nancy’s Draperies, Inc.............p 26 www.nancysdraperies.com


The UPS Store...........................p 24 www.theupsstore.com/6658 The 2020-21 Edition


Medina County Federal Credit Union................p 23 www.medfed.com

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4B Wood Custom Cabinets......p 20 www.4bwood.com DERMATOLOGISTS/SKIN & COSMETIC SURGERY

Trillium Creek............................p 19 www.trilliumcreekohio.com

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