Green Community Guide

Living in Green, Ohio

The city of Green is located in the southeastern part of Summit County, Ohio. It borders Stark County and is central to Akron and Canton with major interstate highway I-77 nearby. Here you can appreciate the benefits of city amenities and services with a “rural” feel and housing options that include newer allotments and established neighborhoods.

Green also has excellent schools, diverse recreation opportunities, a variety of shopping and dining options, access to two emergency departments (Summa Health Green Emergency Department and Cleveland Clinic Akron General Green Emergency Department), and the convenience of the commercial, Akron-Canton Airport

Explore below to learn more about the area including, homes for sale in the city of Green, schools in the district, neighborhood resources and Green’s history.

Real Estate

Search new listings for sale in the city of Green from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS), from all local realtor brokerages. Properties include residential homes, condos, multi-family, and land listings. Customize your own Green, Ohio real estate search and receive email listing alerts when new properties hit the market! 

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The city of Green has one early learning center, one primary school, one intermediate school, one middle school for grades 7-8, and one high school for grades 9-12.

Early Learning

Green Early Learning Center

Primary School

Green Primary School

Intermediate School

Green Intermediate School

Middle School

Green Middle School

High School

Green High School 


Most of Green’s settlers were Pennsylvania “Dutch” Germans and most immigrants came from Germany and France. Green Township was founded in 1811 and was originally considered to be part of Stark County. The area was rich in wheat and natural resources like coal, iron ore and limestone. Green became part of Summit County in 1840. (Green Historical Society

Originally the area consisted of many farmers but in the 1950s, many farmers sold their land for residential purposes. In 1991, Green Township became a village and in 1992 it was declared a city. (Wikipedia)

Learn more about the city's history

Neighborhood Resources 

Check out the links below to discover more community information to help you navigate your way around Green!



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