TASK FORCE ON ECONOMICS
a joint venture of
THE VILLAGE OF JEFFERSON
THE JEFFERSON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Thank you for your interest in our community. Our Village administration
and Chamber have worked diligently for some time in our joint venture
to grow our assets while preserving the gems in our community. We
stand ready and willing to help you in moving here or relocating
your business to Jefferson.
We offer a safe environment in which you, your employees and families
can live and work. Our schools rate at the top in our county and
we are also building new ones. Training for your employees and higher
education for them and your children are available at the County
Joint Vocation School in Jefferson and the Ashtabula Branch of Kent
State University. Our location offers easy access for your business
to highway, train and boat transportation for receipt of raw materials
and shipment to your customers. We are located in the center hub
of Cleveland-Akron-Canton to the west, Youngstown-Warren-Pittsburgh
to the south, and Meadville-Erie to the east, near the south shore
of Lake Erie, in northeast Ohio.
We have a vintage train, historic depot, world’s only perambulator
museum, and historical society; yet we have high speed internet
and access to all of modern technology with infrastructure and support
networks to relocate and grow your business here. At the same time,
we offer quality of life and diverse recreational opportunities
for all seasons within and in close proximity to our little Village.
We are only 45 to 60 minutes from major sporting events, world renown
orchestras, theatres and international airports….and this
is why we believe we offer the best of both worlds here.
We hope you will make time to visit us in person. Please call
or visit our web page for contact information or if you need our
assistance in providing additional literature, directions, or contact
information of a specific business or agency. With advance notice,
we can arrange for a personal tour to specific sites or help you
set up a meeting with local development personnel.
We are a friendly community and would like to have the opportunity
to welcome you to historic and progressive Jefferson, Ohio.
Mayor of Jefferson, Judy Maloney
President of Jefferson Chamber, Pat Bradek