Liverpool Township / Valley City

If you are searching for an environment that combines rural atmosphere and prime industrial area, be sure to look at Valley City/Liverpool Township in the northwest corner of Medina County. Just 25 miles south of Cleveland and 25 miles northwest of Akron, you will find the impressive 1400 acre Liverpool Industrial Park. This park is located within an Enterprise Zone and Community Reinvestment Area and is currently home to the corporate headquarters of MTD Products Inc., Fuserashi International Technology, Three D Metals, Northlake Steel, Superior Roll Forming, many automotive-related businesses—such as Shiloh Industries, and others. The Liverpool Industrial Park presents potential companies with an excellent location in which to build and grow.

A unique location, Valley City is known as the “Frog Jumping Capital of Ohio” and is home to the north branch of the Rocky River. The river accentuates acres of beautifully rolling landscape. Visitors enjoy a glimpse of the “Old West” as they browse through Valley City’s 1888 train depot, old town hall and Valley Tack Shop. Valley City. . .a progressive, country community.

Some people are surprised by the quantity and caliber of Valley City’s commerce and industry. Industries working with the local schools and Township Trustees actively promote the quality of life cherished by the community of Valley City.

Valley City Demographics

Population (2000) 4,150
Unemployment Rate (2012) 6.4%
Median Household Income (2000) $59,982
Education
High school and above 86.1%
Bachelor’s degree and above 20.3%
Housing
Homeownership Rate 92.6%
Median Home Value (2000) $166,100
Travel Time to Work
Less than 15 minutes 20.8%
15 to 30 minutes 33.2%
30 to 45 minutes 26.6%
45 to 60 minutes 12.4%
60 minutes or more 7.0%

*Data above from Profiles of Ohio (Grey House Publishing).

 

For more information visit Liverpool Township or the Valley City Chamber of Commerce.