A wonderful place to live, a great place to do business.
Montville Township is located in Northeast Ohio's economically prosperous Medina County. It is convenient to both Cleveland and Akron/Canton, connected by a superb Interstate highway system. Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is just a short drive away.
Montville Township is a great place to do business, and it is also a wonderful place to live with beautiful, safe, and friendly neighborhoods, interspersed with farms and open space, yet close to all the amenities of the city.
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Water Pollution Control Loan Fund Program
Attention History Buffs and Residents
Montville Township Board of Trustees is searching for photos taken during the operation of Poe Elementary School and other historical photos of the township. The goal is to capture the historical moments of the old school house and the community through a display placed within the new Administration Building.
The township will be celebrating its Bicentennial in 2019!
If you have any photos that can be replicated, please contact Sally Albrecht (330) 321-3616 or Paul Jeffers (330) 725-8313.
Blue Heron Park Remains Closed
The former Blue Heron Golf Course recently acquired by the Montville Township Board of Trustees has not yet opened for public use. An article placed in the August 12, 2015 edition of The Gazette reported that the park is open to the public; this is, in fact, not the case.
As stated by Trustee Sally Albrecht and Chief Terry Grice, the park requires necessary maintenance and the township needs to ensure the safety of the park patrons. There are bridges that need repaired and trails that have eroded to impassible condition.
The township trustees and department heads have been working diligently to develop a maintenance schedule and time frame for completion of these critical projects.
Until the Montville Township Board of Trustees feel that the park is at a safe usage point, the park will remain closed until further notice.
Montville Township has completed the addition of the Adminstration wing onto the Safety Services Center and is ...