The General Assembly created Portage County on June 9, 1808. Located in Northeast Ohio approximately 30 miles south of Cleveland, it covers an area of approximately 504 square miles. The County’s 2015 population of 161,419 placed it as the 15th most populated of the State’s 88 counties. Portage County enjoys the benefits of urbanization while also offering a rural atmosphere and a variety of lifestyles for its inhabitants.Read More About Portage County, Ohio
Some of the best places to live or visit with unique shops, dining, and events to enjoy.
Public parks and trails across the County for outdoor enjoyment and healthy recreation in a natural setting, all year long.
Convenient access to Greater Cleveland, Akron/Canton and Warren/Youngstown metropolitan areas makes Portage County a great place to live as well as an excellent business location.
Portage County Board of CommissionersCARES Grant Funding
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