A Business-Friendly Community
The Economic Development Department is dedicated to creating a business-friendly environment that encourages development and redevelopment of its industrial and commercial districts and focuses on retaining and expanding existing businesses.
Strongsville has grown in recent years from an agriculture-based village into a thriving city of 45,000 residents with a productive and diverse industrial and commercial base.
Mayor Tom Perciak and Economic Development Director Brent Painter work every day to help local firms find appropriate development sites for expansion and to facilitate access to economic incentives for quality job creation and tax base enhancement.
Contact Brent at (440) 580-3118 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Above is a list of the companies that participated in the 2019 Strongsville Community Business Expo. The list includes a company description and a link to their website. We appreciate the involvment of each of these businesses within the community.
The Workforce Assistance Resource Guide is designed to detail available Workforce Assistance Programs available to Strongsville Businesses on the State, Regional, and Local levels.
The Corporate Relocation Guide provides a comprehensive review of the City of Strongsville, describing the community's strategic location & demographics while detailing the existing business base, quality of life amenities, and available business incentives.
The Small Business Startup & Management Guide is designed to help connect small businesses and entrepreneurs with available resources offered by the federal, state, and local governments to assist in small business development.
*The City of Strongsville's electronic zoning map is subject to change. Please contact the City directly to verify any zoning.
In 2019, the City of Strongsville, in partnership with the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission, updated the community's master plan.
Other planning reports include:
Strongsville Walkable Community Workshop Report
Strongsville Town Center District Redevelopment Plan