Located in northeastern Ohio, the City of Canton provides its residents with many benefits of big-city living while maintaining its charm as a medium-sized Midwestern town. Canton is home to many well-known national landmarks like the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame, the William McKinley Presidential Library/National Monument, and the National First Ladies Library and Research Center.
In addition to being the birthplace of American professional football and many important figures in our nation's history, Canton is also home to a vibrant arts community. The Canton Symphony Orchestra, Canton Ballet, and Canton Museum of Art give residents a place to experience art and culture from around the world, and our growing local artists' community is quickly becoming well-known as a dynamic presence in the region.
World-class hospitals and five area universities provide excellent care and an enriching learning environment while the serenity of our public parks and nature preservations allow Cantonians time away from the hustle and bustle of city living. With the cost of real estate estimated at less than half of the national average, Canton is as affordable as it is enjoyable.
Whether looking for a place to call home, a place to locate your business, or simply a place to visit for the weekend, we welcome you to Canton!
PHOTO: Mike Rorar, Canton public works superintendent, stands outside a city salt dome on 30th Street NE. Rorar says Street Department workers aren't always salting roads properly.
By Matthew Rink CantonRep.com staff writer
Posted: Dec 12, 2014
Posted Dec. 12, 2014 @ 8:00 am
Too much road salt is seeping into the local aquifers, according to an analysis by the city, prompting officials to take a new approach toward treating ice- and snow-covered streets.
Canton buys more than 10,000 tons of road salt each winter. It stores the salt in three domes at its Service Center, at 2436 30th St. NE, and another at 2506 Cleveland Ave. SW.
Lab reports have detected
Canton's Comprehensive Plan
Canton is updating its Comprehensive Plan, and you can be part of it.
By Community Building Partnership
Posted: Sep 3, 2014
General Comprehensive Plan Information Website (PASSWORD: canton5)
That site will be updated with data, maps, and surveys as the months go on. There are updates about meetings, events and ways to stay involved in the project.
Survey: Take the 2nd Survey
czb llc, The City of Canton, and Community Building Partnership have completed
City Council - Clerk of Council Office
Mayor - Architectural Review Board
Parks and Recreation - Youth Programming
Parks and Recreation - Willig Park
Parks and Recreation - Weis Park
Parks and Recreation - Stark-Wayne Schrader Park
Parks and Recreation - Stadium Park
Parks and Recreation - Robert E Schreiber Park
Parks and Recreation - Oak Park
Parks and Recreation - Nimisilla Park
January 26 - Council Meeting
January 28 - The Players Guild presents: The Cat in the Hat
January 28 - Skatepark Meeting
January 28 - Harlem Globetrotters
January 29 - The Players Guild presents: The Cat in the Hat
January 30 - The Players Guild presents: The Cat in the Hat
January 30 - Canton Charge vs. Maine Red Claws
January 31 - The Players Guild presents: The Cat in the Hat
January 31 - Canton Charge vs. Erie Bayhawks
February 2 - Council Meeting
February 3 - Tree Commission Meeting
February 6 - First Friday
February 8 - WWE Live!
February 9 - Council Meeting
February 11 - Canton Board of Park Commissioners
February 12 - Canton Charge vs. Reno Bighorns
February 15 - All-Star Cheerleading
February 16 - Presidents' Day
February 16 - Canton Parks and Recreation Offices Closed