Hartville, Ohio, a community in northern Stark County, is filled with country charm. Hartville offers a historic downtown, outstanding schools, and an occasional horse and buggy. It is a quaint town with quality services. It’s a town, if you put down roots, you will know almost everyone by name – from the barber, the doctor, the school superintendent and to the kid who carries your groceries to the car.
The Village of Hartville is only 2.58 square miles, but it is large in quality of life offerings. The Village of Hartville has a population of 2,944 residents (2010 U.S. Census).
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Hartville is protected and served by the Hartville Police Department, a full-time department whose police chief focuses on community safety. The village prides itself on being a safe community where children in the quiet of neighborhoods.
The Hartville Fire Department has been serving Hartville for more than 100 years. The fire department earned an ISO 4/6 fire protection classification which means Hartville area homes have the same fire insurance ratings of homeowners in large cities, such as Canton, Ohio, to the south.
There were 806 families residing in Hartville, according to the 2010 U.S. Census. There were 1,154 households in Hartville.
The estimated house value in 2011 in Hartville was $154,427. The mean price of a single-family home in 2011 was $191,745. Home values in Hartville have steadily increased and hold their value.
Hartville children attend Lake Local School District. The district has an enrollment of approximately 3,600 students. Lake Local serves Stark County students in Lake Township, the Village of Hartville, Uniontown and a small portion of students in Summit and Portage counties.
Lake Local School District has been earned “Excellent with Distinction” for several years by the Ohio Department of Education. Lake Local has met all 26 of the state’s 26 indicators on the state report card. Lake Local School District employees 412 staff members, including classified and certified. More than 180 teachers hold masters degrees and two hold doctoral degrees. The staff at Lake Local School District has won numerous awards and recognition, including teacher of the year, Stark County People of Character, OHSAA Coach of the Year, and OHSAA Athletic Director of the Year.
Hartville is central to several major colleges and universities, including, Walsh University, Stark State College of Technology, Kent State University – Stark Campus, the University of Akron, Kent State University – Main Campus, Mount Union University in Alliance, and Malone University.
Hartville’s historic downtown at cross roads of State Route 43 and State Route 619 features preserved storefronts and specialty shops. The Hartville Chocolate Factory, the makers of candy and molds nationwide, is a sweet place to visit. The Hartville Elevator, celebrating more than 100 years of business, is located in the historic downtown. The Hartville Elevator, with its grain elevators, is a step back into time, yet they offer everything from bird seed to fertilizer.
Hartville is famous for the Hartville Kitchen, the Hartville MarketPlace and Flea Market, and Hartville Hardware. These family owned businesses, located just west of the Village limits, attract more than 1 million visitors a year.
While Hartville is surrounded by open farm land and quiet residential developments, it is also neighbors to some fabulous golf courses, including Congress Lake Country Club, Seven Hills Country Club, and Sable Creek Golf Course. For those who like to putt-putt, Rolling Greens and Clearwater Park offer family fun. Clearwater is home to a community swimming pool and campgrounds.
Hartville is located between the cities of Akron and Canton to the north and south. Hartville is west of the city of Alliance and east of the city of Green, Ohio. Its central location makes for an ideal location for a homeowner who works in any of these cities. Surrounding the incorporated Village of Hartville is Lake Township. To the west is unincorporated Uniontown.
For business growth, Hartville offers an Industrial Park, located along the Wheeling and Lake Erie railroad and just off State Route 619.
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