Meetings to be held by Video-Conference
Due to the coronavirus health crisis, the Village of Mantua will be conducting all regular committee and council meetings via video conferencing and live video streaming until further notice. Complete details are available at the Virtual Village Hall button to the left.
Public participation during meetings will be available by email message, which will be conveyed to the meeting by the meeting host as promptly as possible.
Please click here to email your comments or questions to the host during the meeting, as the YouTube chat/comment function may not be continuously monitored.
Upcoming Village of Mantua Meetings:
Safety Committee, July 1, 2020, 6:00 pm
Service Committee, July 7, 2020, 6:00 pm
Planning Commission, July 14, 2020, 6:30 pm
Members are meeting in person; live-streaming to the public on YouTube.
Finance Committee, July 15, 2020, 6:00 pm
Village Council, July 21, 2020, 6:30 pm
Parks and Shade Tree, July 22, 2020, 6:30 pm
Mantua Village Council will be holding a Public Hearing for the 2021 tax budget on June 16th, 2020 at 6:15 pm with the regular monthly Council meeting to follow.
Landmarks Commission Meetings
Landmarks Commission meetings are scheduled for the 2nd Saturday in January, March, September, and November at 10AM in Council Chambers at Village Hall.
The Village of Mantua is seeking applicants to fill the following positions:
Please click the links above for job description and requirements for each position.
Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, qualifications and Mantua Village Employment Application to Mayor Linda Clark, 4650 High Street, PO Box 775, Mantua OH 44255 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please call Mayor Clark at 330-274-8776 with any questions. The application deadline has been extended.
The Village of Mantua is seeking a Residential Rental Unit Inspector to administer the requirements of Chapter 1307 of the Mantua Village Codified Ordinances, as enacted pursuant to Ordinance 2019-39. There are approximately 300 residential rental units in the Village, which will be subject to inspection every three years. Interested applicants should familiarize themselves with the requirements of the Ordinance and submit a letter of interest, qualifications and fee proposal to Mayor Linda Clark, PO Box 775, Mantua OH 44255 or email@example.com. Please call Mayor Clark at 330-274-8776 with any questions. This position is open until filled.
Brush pick up will resume the second Tuesday of May and continue through the second Tuesday of October. Time may vary on Holiday weeks. All brush is to be placed at the curb with the cut ends facing the street. Branches over 8 feet in length or 4 inches in diameter will not be picked up nor will thorny bush ... No more then 20 minutes will be spent at each address.
The Village of Mantua is looking for a few village residents to fill open seats on committees. There is one open seat on the Cemetery Committee. There is one open seat on the Records Retention Committee. There are three open seats on the Historic Landmark Committee (does not have to be a resident). Anyone that is interested should contact Mayor Linda Clark at 330-274-8776 ext. 155.
The Village of Mantua seeks to fill three vacant seats on the Historic Landmarks Commission.
All members should have to the highest extent possible a recognized knowledge of and a known interest in architectural and/or historic preservation and design together with a determination to work for the overall improvement of the quality of the Village's physical environment. At least two (2) members of the Commission shall be preservation related professional members from the fields of archaeology, architecture, architectural history, history, planning or a related discipline to the extent they are available in the community and willing to serve; and at least one (1) member shall be a property owner within the Village. Nominations should be sought from the Mantua Historical Society, the Board of Realtors, and any other group or organization that might have an interest in the work of the Commission.
For further details about the Commission and its duties, please see Chapter 159 of the Codified Ordinances of the Village of Mantua.
Letters of interest should be directed to Mayor Linda Clark, P.O. Box 775, Mantua, OH 44255, or .
The Village of Mantua Police Department is seeking part-time dispatchers. Please click here for job posting details.
Please click here to read the Current Village of Mantua Water Quality Consumer Confidence Report [CCR].
Welcome to the Mantua Village web site! We hope the site will provide easy reference to Village Officials, facilities, meeting dates and telephone numbers. We sincerely hope that you will find this information helpful in becoming more aware of the services and opportunities available in our community. As always, feel free to e-mail or .
A Little History
Mantua Village (pronounced, "MAN-a-way") is located along the Cuyahoga River (known by native inhabitants as the "Crooked River") in Portage County. From its humble beginnings in the early 1800s, with its railroad station, 13 saloons, house of "ill repute" and a shipping point for area farmers, Mantua Village was formed and quickly began to grow. A Post Office was established in 1860 and the Village was incorporated in 1898. Our town, named after a famous city in Northern Italy, has continued to grow and mature. It is a beautiful, peaceful village, filled with historic buildings and friendly people who care.
Mantua is located on Ohio State Route 44, ten miles north of Ravenna (the Portage County Seat), twenty miles northeast of Akron, and twenty-seven miles southeast of Cleveland. Today, with access to the Ohio Turnpike just two miles to the south and access to US Route 422 seven miles to the north, we believe that this area will soon be the fastest-growing and most sought-after region in Northeast Ohio. Clean air, beautiful countryside, and excellent schools, backed up by sound zoning and facilitated planned growth, make Mantua Village a most desireable place to live and work.
We invite you to investigate the potentials of this exciting corridor that runs between Cleveland and Youngstown, and be assured that you, your family and your business will not only be welcome, but helped in every way possible. Come look us over and join with us in the wonderful years to come.