Covers 400 square miles in land area.
Population: 93,389 (per the U.S. Bureau of Census 2010 estimate).
Is named for the local Native American word meaning “raccoon”.
Has three seats on the NOACA Governing Board:
o Three County Commissioners
Transit service provided by the
Geauga County Transit
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Portal
shows Geauga County’s pavement conditions, sidewalk and curb data, and truck counts.
NOACA at Work in Geauga County
highlights NOACA activities in Geauga County.