Founded in 1802, the community of Suffield Township, Ohio lies in the southwest corner of Portage County. We are uniquely situated in close proximity to Akron, Ohio to the northwest and Hartville, Ohio to the south. This gives our community a great mix of big city opportunities combined with rural charm.
With a population of 6383 as of the 2000 census, we are a close knit community - a community where neighbors look out for each other and wave when passing on the road. Township services include a highly trained Fire Department providing Fire and EMS protection to the township, as well as a hard working Road Department taking care of the roadways and other service related needs of the community.
We welcome you to our community. Please explore our web site to see more of what Suffield has to offer!
The annual Memorial Day Parade will be held on Monday May 27th at 2:00 p.m. It steps off at Catherine Street and proceeds west to the Elementary School. Come out for the parade to honor our veterans!
Bring your tires, scrap metal, electronics, lead acid batteries to the Road Department parking lot on Saturday, May 18th from 8:00AM until noon. Items that can be disposed of are: tires, scrap metal, electronics, and lead acid batteries. If you bring MORE than 10 tires, you will be charged $1.00 a piece. Simply bring these items to the Suffield Township Garage for disposal. Contact PCSWM if you're bring large quantities.
Who to contact in case of emergency and assistance when you need it.