Welcome To Our City!If you’re planning a trip to Coshocton or considering a move, I hope you’ll find the same things I found over 30 years ago when I moved here from Columbus: Friendly people, a beautiful city, and a manageable pace of life.
Whether you’re here for a few hours, days or the long term, There’s a place for you!
It’s a place where you can safely walk down the sidewalks of Main Street and be greeted with a friendly “Hi”, a courteous smile or a wave. You don’t have to know someone to feel the warmth of the community.
As the “Made in the USA City" we have a surprisingly strong commercial base with factories, mills and plants all working together with the "Mom & Pop" businesses to create a stable economic base. You will find our retailers have tried to stock as many American made products as possible.
I think you’ll discover our mid-western roots and work ethic, as a place to start or relocate your business and make money! The low cost of living, inexpensive utilities and abundant water supply makes us attractive to a variety of industries.
You may come to enjoy our great Lake Park with ball & soccer fields, a first class aquatic center, campgrounds, or the restored big band Pavilion. Maybe tour Historic Roscoe Village, a restored canal era district full of history, shopping and festivals. Perhaps your interest is in theater or the arts. Triple Locks is our 165 seat community theater, and the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is fully accredited with Indian, Early American, and Asian exhibits. We have one of the state’s finest indoor sports complexes in KidsAmerica featuring soccer, basketball, tennis, dance and more. Located in the county is the ODNR’s Woodbury Wildlife Area, the state’s largest hunting/trapping/fishing lands with over 14,600 acres.
Whatever your interests… your hobbies… your fancy… There’s a place for you, in Coshocton, Ohio, The Made in the USA City.
Mayor Steve Mercer