Medina, OH


Founded in 1818 and incorporated as a village in 1835, the City of Medina serves as the County Seat for one of the fastest growing and most prosperous counties in northeastern Ohio. Medina boasts an outstanding school system that ranks excellent with distinction in the Ohio Department of Education’s Annual Report Card. The school district is made up of six elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school that underwent a major expansion. In July 2009, Money Magazine recognized Medina as one of the Best Places to Live by ranking them in their list of best small towns. Ohio Magazine followed by naming Medina the 2011 Best Hometown in Northeast Ohio.

Quality of Life

  • Excellent Standard of Living
  • Outstanding Educational System & Advanced Learning
  • Nationally Recognized for its Low Crime Rate
  • High Quality Health Care System
  • Job Opportunities & Career Advancement
  • Low Tax Rates & Cost of Living

Cultural and Recreational Activities

  • World Renown Cleveland Orchestra
  • Excellent Museums
  • Fantastic Food Scene and Restaurants
  • Rock & Roll and Football Hall of Fames
  • Cedar Point Amusement Park
  • 2nd Largest Theatre District Outside of New York


  • Easy Access to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Akron-Canton Regional
  • Rail Availability Through the Wheeling and Lake Erie
  • Within A Days Driving Distance of 60% of The Nation’s Population
  • Easy Commutes & Access to Many Major Highways