Located at the “Crossroads of America,” where US 80/90 meets Interstate 75, businesses and residents are drawn to Perrysburg's vibrant, historic town atmosphere where a highly educated workforce is joined with a philosophy that quality of life and economic growth are interconnected.
Your business will benefit from Perrysburg’s extremely timely implementation of our economic development programs. Our unique “one-stop-shop” model that includes our Planning and Zoning Division, Engineering Division, the City Administrator, and Reveille provides businesses and entrepreneurs with the timely answers they need to move forward with their development projects.
When it comes to “economic gardening” no other community in Northwest Ohio is as successful in providing residents, business owners, and entrepreneurs with innovation-based economic development tools. Downtown Perrysburg Inc., and Perrysburg’s Chamber of Commerce help to ensure the City’s “Business-to-Business” networks thrive.
There are many reasons to do business in Perrysburg...
- WalletHub.com has consistently ranked Perrysburg as the #1 “Best Place to Raise a Family in Ohio”.
- Perrysburg is truly the only community in the region with sustained growth in all sectors, and our housing market reflects it. Our median housing value, at $208,900, is 64% higher than the state average.
- Perrysburg’s stable and highly valued residential market is diversified with something for everyone, from historic and quaint neighborhoods to lifestyle housing located in our thriving mixed-use development, Levis Commons.
- The backbone of our community is our well-educated residents. Perrysburg has one of the youngest and most educated residential bases in the region. Perrysburg has more residents under 18 and fewer residents over 65. Over 50% of our residents over 25 years old have a bachelor’s degree or professional degree.
- Our median household income, $87,947, is one of the highest household incomes in the region. Our per capita income, at $43,229 is 50% higher than the state average.
- The cost of living in Northwest Ohio is 26.8% lower than the U.S. average. Because of our residents spend $3,500 more per capita on retail items than the state average.
For more information concerning any of our economic development incentive programs, please contact Glenn Grisdale, AICP, GISP, at 419-353-7372.