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Concord, Ohio

Introduction to Concord, Ohio

Concord Twp., in Lake County, is approximately 30 miles East of Downtown Cleveland and all it has to offer and is the home of the new Tri Pointe Hospital, part of Lake Hospital Systems.

Concord Twp. History

 In 1805 Concord became part of Geauga County when that county was created. At the March, 1822 meeting ordered by the Geauga County Commissioners, the Township to be know as Concord, in honor of the Revolutionary War battle site, was separated from Painesville Twp. On August 22, 1831, Daniel and Elizabeth Coit of Norwich Connecticut deeded to the Trustees of Concord Twp. and their successors forever the Concord Twp. Public Ground located on the corner of Old Route State 44 and state Route 608. The property that was referred to as the Commons was to be used for the benefit of the citizens of Concord Twp. For the sum of one dollar, the property now occupied by Concord Town Hall, Fire Station One and the Gazebo, became the site of Concord’s government.

In March of 1840, Lake County was separated from Geauga County so that the formal government of organization of Concord Twp., Lake County, Ohio, United States of America was completed.

Concord Twp. and nearby Attractions

Quail Hollow Country Club and Resort

Little Mountain Golf Course/Country Club

Lake Erie and Mentor Headlands Beach – located 15 minutes North of Concord Twp.

Lake County Captains AAA Baseball Team – located 20 minutes West of Concord Twp.

Northeast Ohio’s famous Winery Region – located 20 minutes East of Concord Twp.

Nationally known Willoughby Brewing Company

Historic Downtown Willoughby known for its’ restaurants and nightlife

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

Major Sporting Events (Cleveland Browns, Indians and Cavs)

Concord Twp. Education

The West end of Concord Twp. shares a school system with neighboring Mentor and the East end of Concord Twp. shares a school systems with Painesville Twp. (Riverside School System).

Lake Erie College, Lakeland Community College, Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University are the nearest colleges and universities.


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