A Small Town in the Midwest
Pioneers ventured to Ohio’s north-central location during 1815 in hopes of finding land to establish homes and farms. Mills, churches, stores and businesses soon emerged. In 1901, the railroad came to the community, which provided the chance to visit larger cities. Brunswick did not become a city until 1960. However, today the bustling community ranks 11 out of the top 50 best places to live. The city was also recognized as 19 out of the 50 safest cities in the state.
Brunswick Loves Families
The 2010 Census recorded 34,255 residents in the community that spans nearly 13 square miles. Of the known 12,967 households that make Brunswick their home, more than 36 percent have children. The area boasts an excellent education system and students K-12 attend private and public institutions that include nine elementary schools, three middle schools and one high school. Students desiring to further their education have the option of attending one of seven different colleges and universities located anywhere from 10 to 22 miles from the community.
The City of Brunswick maintains 20 parks that cover 335 acres. Willow Lake Park lies just outside of the city limits and provides the opportunity to go swimming, boating, fishing and camping. The destination additionally has ball fields, a miniature golf course, a snack bar and game room. Community celebrations and events are often held here.
Brunswick Economical Outlook
The major industries found within the community involve manufacturing, retail trade, construction, wholesale trade and accommodation and food services. The majority of occupations found in Brunswick revolve around production, sales, managerial positions, construction and extraction, installation, maintenance and repair along with transportation services.