Valley City, Ohio, is located in the northwest corner of Medina County in northeast Ohio. The town, founded in 1810, is part of the Buckeye Local School District. It is in the 330 Area Code and the 44280 Zip Code, also containing Liverpool Township. The town is noted for being "The Frog Jump Capital of Ohio," an annual event formerly held at the Lazy T Ranch and now at the Mill Sream Run Park. The town sits at the intersection of Ohio Routes 252 and 303 and is also located on the Rocky River. Also of note in the town is Cherokee Hills Golf Club, located at the on Route 303 and bordered by the B&O Railroad on the west and Metzger Road on the east. The course was designed by Joseph Tako and originally known as Valley Forge Golf Club. Valley City is also a part of Ohio District 13 in the U.S. House of Representatives. The Valley City Chamber of Commerce also awards an annual scholarship to a Buckeye graduate, the 2005 winner being Nick LoPiccolo. In the town center, businesses such as Eileen's Cafe, Citgo and National City Bank can be found. The town is also known for its annual Street Fair, the historic St. Martin of Tours Church on Station Road and the Valley City Depot and Historical Society.
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Cherokee Hills Golf ClubAn open and challenging 18 hole course with rolling terrain.
Valley City Chamber of CommerceProvides information on the community, chamber, businesses, and news.