Located in the resource-rich, rolling hills of Northeast Ohio, rural Geauga County is home to 94,000 Ohioans. The county is a diverse blend of tradition and economic innovation. Centuries-old agribusinesses thrive alongside bio-medical corporations. While Amish buggies travel its quiet back roads, major highways and an airport link Geauga County with the rest of the nation. Quiet villages with low crime rates and award-winning school systems are just minutes away from the glamour of Cleveland’s world-renowned cultural institutions and medical facilities.
Business-friendly Geauga County has the right environment for economic success and is home to businesses serving domestic and international markets. The county’s strong, non-union workforce demonstrates its skills, loyalty, and dedication to hard work every day. Shovel-ready commercial and industrial properties, including ten industrial parks, await development at a reasonable cost. And local organizations proactively help visionary businesses put down roots, grow, and thrive.
Geauga County’s culture revolves around community and family. Pour a stream of world-famous Geauga maple syrup at a local pancake breakfast. Watch the harvest moon rise over a high school football game. Stroll the midway at the Great Geauga County Fair – the state’s oldest. Hike a scenic county park trail in a blaze of autumn colors, or stargaze at Observatory Park, an international Dark Sky area. Forbes magazine says Geauga County is the fourth best place to raise your family, and in 2013 it was cited as the third healthiest county in Ohio by the Robert Woods Foundation.
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