Carroll County Quality of Life Issues
As with all businesses looking to relocate or expand there is always the Quality of life issues that face individuals and families .
Carroll county is a small developing rural county. If you seek peace and tranquility away from the hustle of metropolitan life this is where you will find it. Our community offers you a county wide public library system, transit system, a variety of educational opportunities, and comprehensive governmental services.
Quality and level of Education is next on the list. We in Carroll county are served by a large number of private, public school systems as well as head start and preschool programs. Technical institutions that serve our geographic area include with RG Drage and Buckeye Career Center. Colleges serving our community include of Stark State College with satellite office in Carrollton Ohio and Kent State Tucs New Philadelphia / Kent State Stark and Stark State main campus in North Canton Ohio.
For a complete listing and information concerning educational opportunities in Carroll county please refer Schools link above.
Medical services are provided through a number of Medical Management facilities and a number of independent medical, optical and dental offices in the villages of Carrollton / Malvern and Minerva.
For Medical emergencies we have Aultman Immediate Care Center and Mercy Health Center both located in Carrollton, Ohio. If one is in need of extended care we are serviced by hospitals in Canton, Alliance and Dover, Ohio.
Alliance Community Hospital
Mercy Medical Center
Historical and Cultural
Historical and cultural preservation of the community is one of the many factors that attribute to the over all quality of life in Carroll County. The preservation of historical buildings and sites encourage wise use of resources and provide a point of pride for the community. Features include the Carroll County's Historical Algonquin Mill and McCook House. The Carroll County Genealogy,and Malvern Minerva Historical society
Cultural activities include, Carroll County Commission for the Advancement of the Arts, Historical Society, , Bluebird Outdoor Amphitheater.
Although our community is small we have visionary leaders. Fourteen years ago a group of concerned individuals felt a need to bring culture and arts to the County. Today we now have a small yet attractive facility in Carrollton Ohio that provides for most residents the first step toward cultural enrichment that focuses on the visual, and performing arts serving Children, adults and seniors alike.
Carroll County Commission for the Advancement of the Arts
Parks Recreation and Open Space
Carroll County is fortunate to have a variety of land forms and open space. Located at the boundary of the Appalachian Plateau and the Glacial Plains Carroll county is in an area of geological transition between the glaciated north and the hills and valleys of the south and east.
We are very fortunate to have an abundance of natural resources that define its rural landscape. Large continuous tracts of land both in public and private ownership provide the environments for an abundance of white tail deer, turkey, grouse, dove, beaver and an occasional black bear. Two large public lakes managed by the Muskingdom Water Shed District provide boating opportunities and sport fishing while Ohio Department of Natural Resources manage areas for public hunting. Include in this mix The newly formed Carroll County Park District and we will undoubtedly have a valuable and all encompassing recreation system.
Ohio Department of Natural Resources
Carroll County Park District,
Carroll County YMCA
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P.O. Box 277
61 North Lisbon Street
Carrollton, Ohio 44615
Carroll County Economic Development 2008 Websites by Jennifer