The community is permitted to rent the Community Center, Town Hall, and Millstream Park Pavilion, please visit the Facility Rentals page for further information and request forms.
Please find Cemetery Rules and Regulations in .pdf format by clicking here. To purchase lots in Liverpool Township cemeteries, please contact the Sexton or the Liverpool Township Office.
Liverpool Industrial Park
Liverpool Township is Medina County’s largest Industrial Park of over 900 acres and is located just 20 miles northwest of Akron and 28 miles south of Cleveland. With the park’s proximity to major interstates, industries dealing with lawn and garden tractors, steel processing, and automotive stampings and assemblies have established plants here to utilize the complex and just-in-time delivery possibilities. Valley City is home to MTD Products, the producer of Yardman, Cub Cadet, and many other brands of lawn mowers and garden tractors. The park is privately owned with fully serviced sites (gas, electric, water, sewer, rail) ranging in size from 2 to 50 acres available for immediate building. There are approximately 500 acres to be developed in the park. Indeed when you visit Liverpool Industrial Park, nestled among the rural and rolling countryside of north central Ohio, surrounded by working farms and restored homes, you will find it fits nicely with Liverpool Township’s rural atmosphere to compliment a very progressive yet country community in which to work as well as to live.
Trash Removal and Utilities
As an unincorporated Township we do not provide trash removal. This service must be contracted by the homeowner with a private hauler. Suggestions to contact are: Republic Waste at: 440-458-5190, click here for their website, Kimble Co. at 1-800-201-0005, click here for their website, or Rumpke at 800-828-8171, click here for their website. A new local carrier has been added: Medinajunk.com .They list AM Dumpster & Junk Removal Services on their website. Their phone number is 330-729-5865. Please visit www.recyclemedinacounty.com for more info on countywide recycling info. Cable Service for the majority of the County is provided by Armstrong Cable. They can be reached at: 1-877-277-5711 or by clicking here. Home phone service is provided by Frontier Communications and they can be reached at: 1-877-473-1930. Frontier also provides internet service and can be contacted by clicking on the following link: internet.frontier.com. Another internet provider is All Connect and their website provides a one-stop shop for service plans and can be reached by clicking here. Natural gas is provided by Columbia Gas of Ohio and they can be reached at: 1-800-440-6111 or by clicking here. Electric Service is provided by First Energy (Ohio Edison) and they can be reached at: 1-800-633-4766 or by clicking here. Water and Sewer are under the control of the Medina County Sanitary Engineer‘s Office and they can be reached at: 330-723-9581 or by clicking here. The Medina County Health Department is responsible for issuing certificates for on-site septic service and they can be reached at: 330-723-9523. The Medina County Solid Waste District is the agency responsible for county wide recycling information. They can be reached at 330-769-0289, or at their website here.
Medina County Office for Older Adults
Medina County Office for Older Adults offers a wide variety of services to adults from age 18 throughout the rest of their lives. Benefit services, short term case management and information and referral services to any adult with any type of disability who need advice as to where to turn for help. This includes seniors needing to navigate the choppy waters of Medicare Open Enrollment. Meal and transportation services are available for adults 60 and older.
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Veterans Asbestos Help
Hundreds of thousands of U.S. military members have selflessly dedicated their lives to serving our great nation. One of the little-known ways that veterans have made the ultimate sacrifice is by unknowingly putting themselves at risk to deadly toxins in the form of asbestos. It’s such a dangerous material because it only takes limited exposure to the fibers for them to become deadly. Over time, this cancer spreads throughout the body, affecting many vital organs. All military branches used asbestos during the 20th century, including the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines and Navy. Roughly 1/3 of mesothelioma diagnoses in the United States are attributed to veterans.
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For those diagnosed with mesothelioma, there is help and support available at: asbestos.com/support. Additional resources can be found at asbestos.net.