About the Village of Lodi

Lodi, the oldest settlement in Medina County, has retained the flavor of a country village. Concerts, craft shows, and farmers markets still are held during the warm months in the central park. Dairy farms and grain farms still dot the landscape in the surrounding townships making the area a favorite for prospective home owners. Lodi has several unique landmarks: Black River traverses the community from the North. Along its bank is one of the most beautiful community parks in Ohio where families enjoy picnics and play. Three unique railroad bridges, each exactly one mile apart, were built in 1907. These bridges are a testimony to the early engineers in Ohio and are connected by a man made earth hill that stretches for many miles across the beautiful valley that nestles the village. Central Park in downtown Lodi features a restored gazebo, a war memorial, and a statue of a Native American.The Woodlawn Cemetery features a vast array of large rhododendron bushes planted over 100 years ago. The bushes bloom every year near Memorial Day.

Conveniently located near Cleveland and Akron, you’ll find that our community has a vintage small-town country atmosphere with all the conveniences and activities of being a part of the Cleveland-Akron metro area.