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Lake county is geographically the smallest of Ohio's 88 Counties, currently ranking 11th in population with more than 236,000 citizens, and continues to be among Ohio's fastest growing!
The work force is highly skilled, and puts a premium on education and training. Teachers in Lake County average the highest wages in the state, and the county the lowest percentage of population living below the poverty line.
The most unique feature about Lake County is the 31 miles of shoreline it has on Lake Erie. There are two major rivers flowing through the County which provides harbors and marinas for shipping and superb recreational opportunities.
A number of large national and regional companies call Lake County home and have their headquarters here. International business is also significant because of our access to the St. Lawrence Seaway and Hopkins International Airport (in Cleveland). A manufacturer would be hard-pressed to find a better location for export business.
Lake County's reputation in agricultural circles is legendary. Blessed with some of the most fertile soil anywhere, our Nursery Industry is a national leader. The well-established Wine Industry is nationally known because of our ideal soil and climate for grape production.
The Lake County location also puts you within 20 miles of world-class business, educational, cultural and recreational activities in the greater Cleveland area.
This Website will provide you with an overview of Lake County, but will not serve as a substitute for a visit here. Come and see first hand the many benefits we have to offer your business and your family.
In 1806, a small piece of land with a population of less than 3,000 people was carved out of the Connecticut Western Reserve and became known as the County of Geauga. Fast forward 200 years into the future and you will see that with 16 townships and 5 municipalities Geauga County is currently the third fastest growing county within Northeast Ohio.
Geauga County is located in the northeast quadrant of Ohio, approximately thirty-five miles east of the City of Cleveland and adjacent to the counties of Lake, Ashtabula, Trumbull, Portage, Summit, and Cuyahoga. Geauga County offers a perfect blend of beautiful countryside with a vast and open park system, interesting culture, captivating history, and unique shopping. We are home to the country’s second largest Amish population and some of the world’s best maple syrup.
Cuyahoga County was established on June 7, 1808, from a portion of Geauga County. Cuyahoga The county’s name is derived from the Native American word meaning “crooked river.” County’s 458 square land miles were originally part of the Connecticut Western Reserve.