Community Information

Village of Lodi

Lodi is a village managed by a Mayor, Clerk, and six member village council. They are all elected officials. The village has a police department. The Medina County Sheriff provides all dispatching for both the Police and the Fire and Rescue Departments. The all volunteer Fire and Rescue Departments provide 24-hour assistance to the village and surrounding township. The Rescue Squad has state of the art equipment to provide emergency medical treatment. Contact the Village of Lodi at 330-948-2040.


The Village of Lodi has been a public power community since it bought its system in 1941. Such local ownership and operation of the electric distribution system ensures a greater commitment to service for all residential, commercial, and industrial users. The municipal system also provides free street lighting and electricity for all village owned buildings and parks. In addition to superior service, Lodi’s electric consumers enjoy a reduction in their total utility expenses. Electric rates for Lodi’s customers average 48 percent lower than rates charged by privately owned systems.


Lodi’s water treatment plant has been in operation since its completion in 1982. The facility was designed for a 1,344,000 gallon capacity. An abundant water supply is obtained for Lodi from three deep wells. After treatment, the water is stored in three elevated tanks at Bank, Redfield, and Highland streets to insure high pressure flow of water to consumers.

Education: Cloverleaf Schools

Cloverleaf Local Schools is a place where boys and girls from Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12 are challenged and encouraged to develop into confident, thoughtful young adults. The district covers 119 square miles including Chatham Township, Chippewa Lake Village, Gloria Glenns Park Village, Lafayette Township, Lodi Village, Seville Village, Westfield Center and Westfield Township. The Cloverleaf faculty is committed to knowing each student as an individual. Teachers delight in students finding their own voices in classrooms and art rooms, on athletic fields and theater stages, through publications, special interest clubs, school government and academic and creative competitions.


The Lodi Library opened in February of 2006. It is a blend of modern technology with ancient timber frame building skills. Built like a large “Lincoln Log” set, the post beam construction of the library was created piece by piece by Amish Timber Framers in Holmes/Wayne County. The library offers 15,000 square feet of space, 50 parking spaces, 14 public computers, over 80,000 items (including books, books on CD, video games, DVDs, CDs, playaways, magazines, newspapers) a fireplace, hitching post, WiFi, after hour pickup lockers, a large meeting room, children, adult and teen programming, and a friendly staff.

Higher Education Within 30 Minutes From Lodi

  • Ashland College
  • Wooster College
  • Medina County University Center
  • Midpoint Campus Center
  • Brunswick University
  • University of Akron
  • Wayne College
  • Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center


Lodi Community Hospital provides quality, community-based healthcare. Designated as a fully accredited Critical Access Hospital, Lodi Community Hospital offers acute and skilled care, a full range of outpatient diagnostic, rehabilitation and physical therapy services, and a completely redesigned and expanded state-of-the-art 24 hour emergency department. The hospital is also one of only 8 statewide bases for MedFlight of Ohio, which provides around the clock helicopter transportation for critically ill or injured patients from hospital to hospital or from accident scene to hospital. The Lodi Community Hospital emergency department has earned top patient satisfaction scores because each of our employees has internalized our organizational commitment to placing patient care first.