The Village of Mantua 2018 tax budget is available for public review at the office of the Clerk-Treasurer, 4650 High St. Mantua.
Jenny August, Village of Mantua Clerk-Treasurer.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Village of Mantua Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on an application for a Site Plan Review for the property located at Canada Road and Main Street (Portage County Permanent Parcel #24-041-40-00-019-001) in the Village of Mantua on Friday May 26, 2017 at 9:00 AM at the Village Hall, 4650 W. High Street, Mantua, OH. This application, submitted by Matt Denzinger dba Mantua Auto Parts, Inc., requests the review pursuant to the provisions of Mantua Village Zoning Code Chapter 610 to permit the development of the property for a new NAPA automotive retail store at the above location. Copies of the plans and documents relating to this project and site plan review are available for review at the Mantua Village Clerk-Treasurerís Office during regular business hours. The opportunity to be heard will be afforded any person attending the hearing. Robert Gaglione, Chairman, Village of Mantua Planning Commission
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING - VILLAGE OF MANTUA
The Mantua Village Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing on an application for a variance relating to the property located at 4587 Franklin St. in the Village of Mantua on Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 7:00 PM at the Village Hall, 4650 W. High Street, Mantua, OH. This application #2017-15, submitted by Kirk Teter, requests a variance from the provisions of Mantua Village Zoning Code Section 305.03 #4 covering Lot and Yard requirements, Minimum Front Yard Requirements. Copies of this application are available for review at the Mantua Village Clerk-Treasurers Office during regular business hours. The opportunity to be heard will be afforded any person attending the hearing. Donald Schilling, Chairman, Mantua Village Board of Zoning Appeals
The Village of Mantua is requesting that people remove holiday and other dated decorations from graves located in the Village Hillside Cemetery in order to prepare for Memorial Day.
The Village of Mantua is seeking letters of interest from individuals willing to serve on the Mantua Village Landmarks Commission. This is a volunteer board which meets at least quarterly and applicants need not be residents of the Village of Mantua. Please submit letters of interest to Mayor Linda Clark, P.O. Box 775, Mantua, OH, 44255.
The Village of Mantua Police Department is seeking part-time dispatchers. Please click here for job posting details.
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.