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OFFICIAL RELOCATION GUIDE Visit Canton Welcome Center 227 2nd St. NW, Canton, Ohio 44702 visitcanton.com | 800.552.6051 Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday ALLYSON BUSSEY President TONJA MARSHALL Executive Vice President Marketing & Communications MARY VLAHOS Vice President of Sales ROSIE KURTZ Administrative Manager LAURA PERRY FELBERG Partner Relations Coordinator CINDI PETTY Sales Coordinator ALLISON ROWE Marketing Coordinator ANGIE GERGELY Event & Sales Coordinator EMILY BRYAN Visitor Outreach Coordinator TONI JOHNSON Visitor Information Specialist
On behalf of Visit Canton, welcome to Stark County, Ohio Arts & Culture
Enjoy art, history, and cultural experiences Major Events & Sports
Professional sports and major events in the Hall of Fame City Outdoor Recreation
Enjoy parks, marinas, golf and more Education & Employment
Discover quality schools, higher education, and career opportunities Central Stark County
Canton, Jackson Township & Plain Township Western Stark County Massillon, Lawrence Township & Perry Township Eastern Stark County
Alliance, Louisville & Minerva Northern Stark County North Canton & Lake Township Map & Quick Facts
Stark County map and regional quick facts Resource Directory Guide to area community and business resources
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WELCOME TO Stark County! A sk a hundred people what is special about Stark County and get a hundred different answers. This place is that good. Fine arts and theater, events and festivals galore, museums, attractions, national historic sites and architecture, parks and recreation, a professional sports team. All that and more, balanced by affordable homes and bountiful job opportunities. Of course, don’t take our word for it. Visit to see firsthand. We extend an invitation to read on, then plan to visit, stay and explore all that this beautiful Northeast Ohio region has to offer. We hope it feels like home to you. Whether moving family or starting a business, Stark County has the necessary
resources, services and amenities, including the most important resource: friendly and hardworking people ready to help. Those new to town are welcomed with smiling faces and extended hands. Visit Canton is here to help as well. Reach out, connect, and stay tuned to what is happening in Stark County. Follow @VisitCanton on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Message us or contact us with questions at 800.552.6051.
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Allyson Bussey President Visit Canton
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ARTS & CULTURE
Canton Museum of Art
Voices of Canton
Canton Palace Theatre
National First Ladies’ Historic Site
Major Cultural & Quality of Life Highlights Stark County offers the comfort and convenience of traditional Mid- west living in tight-knit communities and friendly neighborhoods, alongside quality cultural amenities and experiences usually found only in crowded, top-tier cities.
National Attractions and Accredited Museums First Ladies’ National Historic Site William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum Pro Football Hall of Fame Canton Museum of Art Massillon Museum and the Paul E. Brown Museum & Archive
ArtsinStark One of 60 united arts fund drives in America, the Stark County arts council raises $1.7 million annually to support the area’s largest arts organizations: Canton Ballet Canton Museum of Art Canton Symphony Massillon Museum Palace Theatre Players Guild Voices of Canton ArtsInStark also provides grants for smaller arts organizations, individual artists, and nonprofits, as well as for innovative programs, including First Fridays , Canton Arts District, Canton Music Block, The Eleven and the SmARTS Program in Stark County schools.
FIRST FRIDAYS ARE A MONTHLY CELEBRATION THROUGHOUT DOWNTOWN CANTON. ENJOY PUBLIC ART DEMONSTRATIONS, STREET PERFORMERS, LIVE MUSIC AND ACTIVITIES.
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MAJOR EVENTS & SPORTS
PROFESSIONAL SPORTS & MAJOR EVENTS
Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week powered by Johnson Controls Each year the Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrines a class of football’s greatest players, coaches and contributors. The celebration includes the Enshrinement Ceremony, NFL Hall of Fame Game and Concert for Legends, among a variety of other festivities surrounding this momentous annual occasion.
Pro Football Hall of Fame Marathon
Canton Charge Canton Charge is a professional bas- ketball team from the NBA G League, powered by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Regular-season games are played No- vember through March at the Canton Memorial Civic Center.
This annual event is a Hall of Fame themed experience with all events starting and finishing on the grounds of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village. The weekend includes a marathon, a half-marathon, relays, a Draft Day 5K, a Kids Mini Marathon and the Health & Fitness Race Expo.
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The Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail The Towpath Trail is an 87-mile trail that traverses the Ohio & Erie Canal National Heritage Area. The primarily crushed limestone path begins south of Canton in Tuscarawas Coun- ty. The longest stretch, 25 miles of the towpath, cuts through Stark County then continues north through Akron, the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and continues up to Lake Erie’s shore in Cleveland. Jackson Bog State Nature Preserve Also in Stark County, the Jackson Bog State Nature Pre- serve, a 58-acre preserve that supports more than 20 state-listed rare plants, is a great location for bird watching. THE GREAT OUTDOORS
Glenmoor’s Jack Nicklaus Signature Course
Ohio’s Golf Capital Stark County is also self-proclaimed as Ohio’s Golf Capital. It has the most courses per capita in the state, over 20 public courses and private country clubs, including a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course.
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Stark Parks, Marinas & Trails 8,053 acres of land • 121.48 miles of shared trail • 37.77 miles of equestrian trails
Today, Stark Parks manages over 8,000 acres of land and more than 110 miles of trail in Stark County, 25.8 of which are along the Towpath Trail. Boats, pedal boats, canoes, kayaks, and picnic shelters are available at our various parks. The Clubhouse is located at Sippo Lake Park East in the Administration building near the marina and is perfect for groups up to 55. Formal meeting rooms and a banquet facility are also available at the Exploration Gateway at Sippo Lake Park North’s 12th Street entrance. Rooms can comfortably accommodate groups up to 175 and are great for weddings, receptions, birth- day parties, reunions and so much more! The marinas at Sippo Lake Park and Walborn Reservoir offer fishing and rentals, including canoes, kayaks, row boats, motor boats, stand-up paddle boards and pedal boats. Park and trail hours are sunrise to sunset unless otherwise posted. Park and trail maps are available at StarkParks.com.
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EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT
EDUCATION With 17 public school districts and 29 parochial and private schools throughout Stark County, each community offers quality education and student experiences.
Aultman College | Aultmancollege.edu Northeast Ohio’s only health system-affil- iated institution of higher learning offers bachelor’s and associate degrees in nursing, radiography, social work and health scienc- es. Malone University | Malone.edu An academic institution in the Christian tradition of the Evangelical Friends Church with 91 undergraduate majors and minors, 11 graduate programs, and 7 pre-profession- al programs. Walsh University | Walsh.edu A Catholic University with 3,000 students from 40 states and 34 countries offering undergraduate, graduate and adult accelerat- ed degree programs. 25,000+ students enrolled at Stark County colleges and universities:
Kent State University at Stark | Kent.edu/stark A 200-acre campus serving over 7,250 students each year with coursework in more than 282 Kent State undergraduate degree programs and over 25 bachelor’s, master’s, associate and online degrees that can be completed entirely at the Stark Campus. Stark State College | Starkstate.edu The fourth largest of Ohio’s public two-year colleges in the University System of Ohio of- fering more than 230 associate degrees, ma- jors and certificates in business, education, engineering technologies, health and public services, information technology, liberal arts, mathematics and sciences. University of Mount Union | Mountunion.edu A liberal arts university affiliated with the United Methodist Church offering 52 under- graduate majors and 7 graduate programs.
17 public school districts
Stark County’s top-performing public school districts, as rated by the Ohio Department of Education:
Jackson Local • Lake Local Louisville City • North Canton City Plain Local
80,000+ college students reside within a 25 mile radius -
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Transportation & Warehousing Finance
16.7% Manufacturing 16.1%
2.7% Wholesale Trade
Healthcare & Social Assistance
11.1% Retail Trade 8.6% Educational Services 7.4% Accommodation & Food Service 5.5% Other Services (Except Public Administration) 5.3% Construction 4.9% Professional, Scientific, Tech Services 4.6% Waste Management Services
2.3% Arts, Entertainment & Recreation 2.3% Public Administration 1.8% Information 1.1% Real Estate 0.9% Utilities 0.5% Mining, Quarrying, Oil & Gas 0.4% Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting
The Stark County Bonus: Better pay days, better play days!
Housing costs are 38% lower than the national average. Overall cost of living is 14% below
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the national average 20 minutes average commute time to work.
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Canton The county seat, Canton is home to national museums and attractions, sprawling parks, a thriving downtown with an innovation district and technology incubator, burgeoning music block, specialty shops, and full of public art, local restaurants and a variety of special events. Living op- tions range from downtown high-rises to historic century homes along brick-paved streets. POPULATION: 70,909 (2,747 people per square mile) SIZE: 25.8 Square Miles MEDIAN AGE: 36 Bocce Ball | Table Chess | Shuffleboard | Disc Golf | Pickleball | Spray Park | Softball | Baseball | Sand Volleyball | Tennis | Skate Park | Garden Center | Pavilions & Shelters | Playgrounds | Dog Parks | Dodgeball | Kickball | Baseball | Basketball | Rugby | Flag Football | Fishing | Trails | Walking & Jogging Path | Community Center | Ice Skating City of Canton CantonOhio.gov | 330.489.3283 PER CAPITAL INCOME: $27,327 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $74,200 800 ACRES OF PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES:
Canton & Central Stark County
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Plain Township Plain Township strikes the perfect balance of urban and res- idential. The township prides itself in providing high-quality safety services and well-maintained roads and infrastructure. The high school campus is a community hub, integrated with the Stark Parks trail system, Stark County Library District and a health care service provider. POPULATION: 52,520 (1,924 people per square mile) SIZE: 27.3 Square Miles MEDIAN AGE: 43
Jackson Township From suburban housing divisions to gated country club estates, condominiums, or a home on the lake, Jackson Township has luxury living covered. Jackson Township is also home to Stark County’s retail hub surrounding the Belden Village Mall with several hotels, top national restaurant chains, shopping and entertainment. POPULATION: 40,487 (1,116 people per square mile) SIZE: 36.3 Square Miles MEDIAN AGE: 45 240 ACRES OF JACKSON TOWNSHIP PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES: Baseball | Softball | Soccer | Football | Lacrosse | Tennis | Pickle Ball | Volleyball | Playgrounds | Hiking | Walking & Jogging Path | Pavilions & Shelters |Fishing Jackson Township jacksontwp.com | 330.832.7416 PER CAPITA INCOME: $41,521 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $189,400
PER CAPITA INCOME: $32,503 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $143,700 102 ACRES OF PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES:
Playgrounds | Pre-School & Family Programs | Indoor & Outdoor Soccer | Walking & Jogging Path | Bocce Ball | Softball | Baseball | Community Room | Shelters & Pavilions | Indoor Golf Range | Indoor Sports Complex | Tennis Plain Township plaintownship.com | 330.492.4689
Public School Districts Canton City School District • Canton Local School District • Jackson Local School District • Osnaburg Local School District • Plain Local School District • Sandy Valley Local School District
BOLD INDICATES TOP-RATED STARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
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Massillon The City of Champions is fiercely proud of its community and heritage. Sports is part of the community fabric with a Massillon Tigers football legacy and favorite son Paul Brown. Passion and enthusiasm for all things Massillon is part of the tradition here, as evidenced by the local atten- dance and support at events and happenings throughout the community. POPULATION: 32,320 (1,703 people per square mile) SIZE: 19 Square Miles MEDIAN AGE: 40 Softball Complex | Disc Golf | Trails & Walking Paths | In-Line Hockey | Dog Parks | Pavilions & Shelters | Playgrounds | The Legends Golf Course | Tennis | Basketball | Soccer | Wading Pool | Amphitheater | Senior Center | Recreation Center | Fitness & Wellness Classes | Aquatics | Adaptive Sports | Adult & Youth Leisure Programs | Lacrosse | Flag Football City of Massillon massillonohio.com | 330.830.1700 MassillonWestStark Chamber massillonohchamber.com | 330.833.3146 PER CAPITAL INCOME: $23,171 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $98,000 800 ACRES OF PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES:
Massillon, Canal Fulton &Western Stark County
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Lawrence Township Canal Fulton & North Lawrence
Perry Township Located centrally between the cities of Canton and Massillon, Perry is home to approximately 350 businesses and eager to attract new industry. Home to Sippo Lake Park and the Stark Parks Marina at Sippo Lake, Perry Township offers great access to outdoor recreation. POPULATION: 28,338 (1,242 people per square mile) SIZE: 22.8 Square Miles MEDIAN AGE: 46 PER CAPITA INCOME: $27,756 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $115,500 PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES: Baseball | Softball | Football | Soccer | Pavilions | Tennis Courts | Playgrounds | Basketball Perry Township www.perrytwp.com | 330.833.2141
This area was once a thriving trade center along the Ohio & Erie Ca- nal and is now part of the National Heritage Area, offering rides on the replica St. Helena III Canal Boat. Surrounded by rural areas and countryside, Canal Fulton is a gateway to outdoor recreationwith convenient access to the Towpath Trail and Tuscarawas River. POPULATION: 13,761 (400 people per square mile) SIZE: 34.4 Square Miles MEDIAN AGE: 44
PER CAPITA INCOME: $30,118 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $150,800 PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES:
Hiking | Biking | Equestrian Trails | Pavilions | Ball Fields | Canoeing & Kayaking | Canalway Center | St. Helena III Canal Boat | Walking Path | Senior Center | Playgrounds | Tennis Courts | Fishing | Dog Park Lawrence Township lawrencetwp-oh.org | 330.854.3830 City of Canal Fulton cityofcanalfulton-oh.gov | 330.854.2225 Canal Fulton Chamber canalfultonchamber.com | 330.854.9095
Public School Districts Fairless Local School District • Massillon City School District • Northwest Local School District Perry Local School District • Tuslaw Local School District
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Alliance Alliance is home to the University of Mount Union as well as several corporate headquarters. The community is poised for additional economic development with incen- tives and support systems in place for new business and industry. POPULATION: 22,036 (2,447 people per square mile) SIZE: 9 Square Miles MEDIAN AGE: 37
PER CAPITAL INCOME: $19,759 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $80,600 220 ACRES OF ALLIANCE PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES:
Shelters | Soccer | Softball | Baseball | Volleyball | Basketball | Skate Park | Senior Center | Spray Park | Outdoor Pool | Club House | Community Center | Community Gardens | Hiking &
Alliance, Louisville & Eastern Stark County
Walking Trails | Ice Skating | Sound Stage | Tennis City of Alliance cityofalliance.com | 330.821.3110 Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce allianceohiochamber.org | 330.823.6260
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Louisville Located centrally between the cities of Canton and Alliance, Louisville is the quintessential American town. In fact, Louisville is known as Constitution Town, in recognition of the resident whose efforts in the 1950s led to the declarations of a statewide Constitu- tion Day and nationwide ConstitutionWeek. In 2019, Louisville was recognized by SafeWise as one of the safest cities in Ohio. POPULATION: 9,332 (1,649 people per square mile) SIZE: 5.7 Square Miles MEDIAN AGE: 38 PER CAPITA INCOME: $26,655 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $138,100 120 ACRES OF PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES: Fishing Pond | Walking Trails | Playgrounds | Pavilions | Sports Fields Basketball Courts City of Louisville louisvilleohio.com | 330.875.3321 Louisville Chamber louisvilleohchamber.org
Minerva Directly south of Alliance in Stark County’s southeast corner dis- cover the Village of Minerva. Straddling the borders of Stark, Carroll and Columbiana counties, Minerva is situated on the historic Lincoln Highway (U.S. 30), the first transcontinental highway for automobiles across the United States. POPULATION: 3,640 (1,632 people per square mile) SIZE: 2.2 Square Miles MEDIAN AGE: 40
PER CAPITA INCOME: $21,982 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $88,662 PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES:
Outdoor Pool | Swimming Lessons | Pavilions | Playgrounds | Sand Volleyball | Basketball | Tennis | Disc Golf | Walking Track | Baseball | Skate Park Village of Minerva minerva.oh.us | 330.868.7705 Minerva Area Chamber of Commerce minervachamber.org | 330.868.7979
Public School Districts Alliance City School District • Louisville City School District Marlington Local School District • Minerva Local School District BOLD INDICATES TOP-RATED STARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
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C o n n e c t the dots!
North Canton North Canton celebrates its legacy as home to William H. “Boss” Hoover, who grew his family tannery business into The Hoover Company. It is also home to Walsh Universi- ty where you can visit the Hoover Historical Center and childhood home of “Boss” Hoover. Today, although The Hoover Co. is no longer there, North Canton is home to several other world headquarters, including The Timken Company. POPULATION: 17,400 (2,719 people per square mile) SIZE: 6.4 Square Miles MEDIAN AGE: 42
PER CAPITAL INCOME: $31,323 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $143,900 PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES:
North Canton & Northern Stark County
Ballfields | Basketball Court | Fishing Pond | Playgrounds | Picnic Shelters | Sand Volleyball | Tennis | Walking Path | Swimming Pool | Wading Pool City of North Canton northcantonohio.gov | 330.499.8223
North Canton Chamber of Commerce northcantonchamber.org | 330.499.5100
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Lake Township Hartville, Greentown & Uniontown
A family-oriented community, Lake Township offers residents small-town charmand the serenity of a rural and agricultural countryside. The 20-acre campus of family-owned retail businesses at Experience Hartville draws over 2million visitors each year, and is an example of the tradition of friendly service and quality craftsmanship preserved from its Amish andMennonite forefathers. POPULATION: 30,067 (865 people per square mile) SIZE: 34.7 Square Miles MEDIAN AGE: 42
PER CAPITA INCOME: $32,612 MEDIAN HOME VALUE: $172,600 PARKS & RECREATION FACILITIES:
Pavilion | Playgrounds | Walking & Running Path | Horseshoe Pits | Volleyball | Fishing Pond | Community Center Lake Township laketwpstarkco.com | 330.877.9479 Village of Hartville hartvilleoh.com | 330.877.9222 Lake Township Chamber lakechamber.com | 330.877.5500 Public School Districts Lake Local School District • North Canton City School District
BOLD INDICATES TOP-RATED STARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
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77 I-77 North
I-77 South 11 miles to Ohio’s Amish Country/SR-39 53 miles to Cambridge/I-70
10 miles to Akron/I-76 28 miles to Ohio Turnpike/I-80 45 miles to Cleveland
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Getting Around AKRON CANTON AIRPORT - CAK Nonstop flights to domestic destinations, plus global access aboard major carriers. 888.434.2359 | akroncantonairport.com NEARBY AIRPORTS Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (60 miles) Pittsburgh International Airport (70 miles) John Glenn Columbus International Airport (120miles) STARK AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY (SARTA) 34 fixed routes in Alliance, Akron, Canton, Cleveland, Hartville, Jackson Township, Louisville, Massillon, North Canton and Uniontown. 800.379.3661 | sartaonline.com GREYHOUND Intercity bus transportation, serving 4000 destinations across North America. 800.231.2222 | greyhound.com GOBUS Transportation between Ohio rural communities and urban centers with city-to-city services within
BIKESMART 8 Stark County Zagster bike share locations. 202.999.3924 | visitcanton.com/directory/
MAGNET Magnet has a mission to help manufacturers grow and compete in Northeast Ohio with hands- on support ranging from new product design to operations. 216.391.7002 | manufacturingsuccess.org STARK COUNTY SAFETY COUNCIL Ranked the No.1 Safety Council in the state of Ohio, the group provides a forum for workplace safety and health information, education and networking. 330.456.7253 | starkcountysafetycouncil.org LEADERSHIP STARK COUNTY Leadership Stark County engages and educates community leaders through a range of programs to develop a corp of motivated leaders with a lifelong commitment to community trusteeship. 330.456.7253 | leadershipstarkcounty.org YSTARK! ystark! is a dynamic young professionals organization for networking and educational engagement. 330.456.7253 | ystark.org STARK COUNTY MINORITY BUSINESS ASSOCIATION This association fosters development and growth of minority-owned businesses in Stark County. 330.455.6385 | starkminoritybusiness.org
bikesmart-transportation OTHER TRANSPORTATION
18+ Area Car Rental Agencies, Taxi, Charter and Shuttle Service Providers. Find more information on VisitCanton.com. Business Support & Economic Development Agencies STARK COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD, PORT AUTHORITY & FOREIGN TRADE ZONE With a mission to grow business in Stark County, SEDB provides support to expand existing businesses, attract new companies and help entrepreneurial startups. 330.453.5900 | starkcoohio.com CANTON REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Canton Regional Chamber is membership organization of nearly 1,900 businesses dedicated to the advancement and welfare of Stark County. 330.456.7253 | cantonchamber.org OHIOMEANSJOBS Northeast Ohio’s premier workforce development and training center, connecting job seekers with employers. 330.433.9675 | omjwork.com
Ohio. 888.95.GOBUS | ridegobus.com AMTRAK TRAIN STATION PLATFORM (NO SHELTER) 820 East Main St., Alliance 44601 800.USA-RAIL | amtrak.com
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