Middlefield Village is home to 2,694 residents with 1,290 housing units. The Village of Middlefield is the center of activity for the eastern half of Geauga County, located in the northeast quadrant of Ohio, approximately 35 miles east of the City of Cleveland and adjacent to the counties of Lake, Ashtabula, Trumbull, Portage, Summit and Cuyahoga.
Middlefield offers a perfect blend of rolling countryside with beautiful parks, unique shopping and interesting culture. In fact, Middlefield is home to the 4th largest Amish settlement in the world – providing a hard working, dependable, non-union labor force to local businesses and industry. Abundant available land, low taxes, well-maintained roads with convenient access to major highways and airports make this village an attractive site to establish a business.
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The Village of Middlefield offers ready access to both north-south and east-west interstate highways as well as the Ohio/Pennsylvania’s turnpike systems (east/west).
- Federal Routes: (east/west) U.S. 422, U.S. 322, U.S. 6
- State Routes: S.R. 306, S. R. 44, S.R. 608, S.R. 528 (north/south) S.R. 87 (east/west)
The Village of Middlefield is ideally located near four major airports: Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Pittsburgh International Airport, Burke Lakefront Airport and Akron Canton Regional Airport. In addition the Village of Middlefield is home to the Geauga County Airport (Geauga County Airport call sign is 7G8), ideal for corporate, single-engine travel. University Hospitals MediVac helicopter is housed at this facility, providing immediate access to any of the outstanding medical facilities within northeast Ohio. Middlefield is a 40-minute drive to the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic and a 15-minute drive to University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center, an acute care facility providing a full range of services to Geauga residents.
Intermodal Railroad Terminals
Access to rail siding is a convenient 30 miles from the Village, rounding out the full-spectrum of transportation resources from the Village of Middlefield.
GUIDE TO OHIO’S INTERMODAL RAILROAD TERMINALS
Geauga County Transit
Geauga County Transit provides for the transportation needs of all Geauga County residents in a safe, professional manner, thus providing the means to maintain mobility and quality of life. Geauga County Transit offers a demand-responsive door-to-door transit system within the County with some out-of-county service. Service is provided 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Reservations are suggested with at least three days notice but can be made up to one week in advance.