Looking for more information about one of the amazing organizations that help make Copley Township what it is?
Whether you're looking to network with local business and community leaders, volunteer for a community event committee, or simply ask a question or two, you'll find who to contact and how on this page.
Access the Arts
Access the Arts is a non-profit organization located in Sharon Center, Ohio. Our primary purpose is to provide opportunities that unite the community and offer a platform for those who would like to share their talents to inspire others in all art forms. More information can be found on our Loop profile page.
The Copley Bandstand Sunday Concert Committee would have celebrated its 43rd magical season in 2020. Unfortunately, the season has been canceled due to COVID-10. Any potential future updates may be found on the committee's Facebook page, on the Township's website, and The Loop In Copley's calendar and weekly emails. For more information, you may contact Ryan Corley at 330-690-7177.
Where things get solved…when you get involved!
In 2019, Copley Township turned 200 and the Bicentennial Committee was created. Once the celebrations ended in August of 2019, the group decided to continue their involvement in the community as a volunteer group. Monthly meetings are currently on hold. For more information, you can find them on Facebook, or contact Janice Marshall at email@example.com.
The Copley Chamber's mission is to promote business development, cooperation, and expansion in Copley Township. Lunchtime meetings are on the second Thursday of every month from 12:00 - 1:30 at The HUB Community Center. The Chamber also hosts morning speed-networking and bi-monthly after-work socials. For more information, please visit their website or find them on Facebook.
Copley Community Improvement Corporation
The Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) is designed to advance and promote the industrial, economic, commercial, and civic development of our community. The CIC meets at the Town Hall at 6:00 on the third Thursday of each month. Occasionally, special meetings are called and announced through various public outlets. More information, including the organization's strategic plan, can be found on the CIC page of the Township's website.
Copley-Fairlawn City Schools
The Copley-Fairlawn City School District will provide a quality education for all students in a challenging, secure environment, maximizing the academic and personal development of each student. Our students will be knowledgeable, critical thinkers who can succeed as life-long learners. Learn more at the Copley-Fairlawn City Schools website.
The Copley Historical Society was founded in 1974 as a result of an effort to save the 1891 AC&Y Depot that was earmarked for demolition. A "Save the Station Fund" was started by residents Ron and Sue Sattler. They gathered forces with other residents and raised the money to have the depot moved from Cleveland-Massillon Road to its present site on Copley Road. The Copley Historical Society meets the 3rd Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Copley Town Hall, 1540 S Cleveland Massillon Road, Copley, OH 44321. For more information, visit their website or contact Helen Humphrys, curator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Copley Outreach Center is a privately funded, volunteer-driven center founded to reach out into the community to assist families who find themselves unable to provide basic needs such as food or shelter. The Center is located at 1502 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road and is open on Tuesday and Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. You may also call 330-665-3335 for an appointment. More information can be found on our Loop profile page.
In December 2011, a small group of Copley residents (the Steering Committee) met and discussed the possibility of forming an organization structured especially for Copley's active seniors. Purpose: to provide seniors an outlet for socialization, group activities, programs on health, wellness or safety issues customized for those who are 55 years of age or older. All activities have been canceled through September 2020 due to the coronavirus. Updates will be added to the Copley Seniors website as well as The Loop calendar and/or the newsletter when they become available.
Copley is located in Summit County, west of the City of Akron, south of Bath Township and the City of Fairlawn, north of the City of Norton, and east of Medina County. The 2020 Census estimated our population at 18,403. The mission of Copley Township is to maintain a sense of community; to provide the highest level of service and programs that will enhance the quality of life for all businesses and residents. More information can be found on the Copley Township website.
Copley Heritage Day was first celebrated in 1976 in conjunction with the bicentennial of the United States. It has gone on almost every year since during the first weekend in August. Everyone is welcome to attend organizational meetings on the third Wednesday of every month at 7:00 at Copley Town Hall. For more information, visit the Heritage Day website, find them on Facebook, or contact Claudia Prinzo at email@example.com.
Spring Garden Waldorf School
Spring Garden Waldorf School is committed to educating each child so that they will contribute to the future of the world with clear and creative thinking, compassion, moral strength, and courage. We are one of only two accredited Waldorf schools in Ohio. More information can be found on our Loop profile page.