Village of
Middlefield, Ohio
Business

Middlefield Means Business

Announcements

  • Aldi Grand Opening Oct. 4!

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  • Industrial Sites

    AVAILABLE SITES

    Bonner Industrial Park – 150 Acres 

    Geauga Industrial Park – 28 Acres Buildable – 100+ available

  • Employment Roster – Form

    Form: Employment Roster

    Pursuant to Sections 181.13(A) and 182.133(B) of the Middlefield Tax Code, in order to verify that all persons who are working in the Village of Middlefield are complying with Chapter 182 of the Codified Ordinances, it is necessary for me to obtain from each Middlefield employer a roster of all (1) current employee names, (2) names of all persons employed during 2016. (more…)

  • Snow Plowing Permits

    Snow plow operators must obtain a permit from the Police Department prior to plowing. (more…)

  • ISO PPC Fire Department Rating

    The Middlefield Fire Department, was inspected in 2015 and received an ISO PPC (Public Protection Classification) rating of “3”. This is an improvement from the last department rating which was a “5.”

    ISO is an independent organization which evaluates the quality of a community’s fire protection service. It does so by using a PPC system incorporating standards developed by the National Fire Protection Association and the American Water Works Association. (more…)

middlefield means business - video

This video showcases the Village of Middlefield. It illustrates the positive reasons for residing in Middlefield as well as locating a commercial or industrial business within the Village. Local business leaders represent each of these attributes and tell the story of what Middlefield Village has to offer.

Middlefield Means Business

When Ben Garlich took over as mayor of Middlefield Village on January 1, 2012, he had one thing on his mind – build the economic base of this community.

Garlich's first step as mayor was to form an Economic Development Committee (EDC) with the mandate to draft and adopt an economic development plan to guide Village growth. The committee includes village councilmen Bill Blue, Ron Wiech and residents Dave Dietrich...

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