It's June 21, 2018 start now and make plans to see West Unity today!
West Unity is located in Williams County, Ohio, at the intersection of three major highways, U.S. Route 20-A, U.S. Route 127 and St. Rt. 191, an area known for decades as the ?Top of Ohio? due to its proximity to Michigan and Indiana.
In the summer you will see corn fields, soybean fields, and wheat fields on the family farms that dot the surrounding area showing our strong agricultural contributions to our local economy. West Unity is home to people known for their reliability, strong work ethic, faith, and generosity. These character traits are evident in our schools, businesses, and churches. We are a family-oriented community, evidenced by our way of life and festivities.
Whether you are looking to make West Unity, Ohio your permanent residential or business home, or you are visiting to enjoy our relaxed town atmosphere, we hope that you enjoy your time here. We also encourage you to visit this site often for information on our government, upcoming events, and local organizations.
Just to let you know that Alert86.com is up and running. You can now register your phone number(s), email addresses, or any other methods of contact into our Williams County mass notification system.
When visitors drive through the scenic countryside and the still vibrant business areas of Williams County, they see and appreciate a rare quality of life. The area is ripe for prosperous development in a new world where a high quality of life for individual and corporate expansion is essential.
There are no serious traffic jams or pollution in the pleasant corner of Ohio bordered by Michigan and Indiana. The Ohio Turnpike, rail system, and airport provide high-speed transportation and economic development options with easy access to Chicago, Detroit and the world.
Companies with national and international markets currently enjoy the quality schools, the safe countryside with affordable real estate, and the enriched culture of the city of Bryan and throughout the villages of Williams County.