Cuyahoga County is located in the northeast part of Ohio and is the largest and most populous of the Ohio’s 88 counties. The shores of Lake Erie border the county to the north and the Cuyahoga River bisects the county. As the largest county in the state it boasts a population of more than 1.2 million residents; it is also the county seat for the City of Cleveland. In addition to the City of Cleveland, it is home to thirty seven cities, 19 villages and two townships spanning 1,246 sq miles (3,227 km²).
Cuyahoga County offers many amenities including an affordable cost of living, access to the second largest theater district outside of New York, high quality health-care, a multitude of museums, and the Cleveland Metroparks park system. There is truly something for everyone!
Many programs and services are offered by the county to its residents. They range from economic and community development programs, planning services, IT, and of course a variety of health and human service programs. Resources for employers and job seekers are also available.