Newbury Township Hall

14899 Auburn Road
P.O. Box 257
Newbury, OH 44065

Ph. 440-564-5997
Fx. 440-564-7512

Map & Directions


Recycle/Trash Pick-up

Newbury's Recycle Bins are located at 11008 Kinsman Rd.  For your trash pick up, you will need to call a removal service that services Newbury such as:

Universal Disposal      440-2286-3173
Rumpke                       800-828-8171
Paradise Waste            216-410-7740
Waste Management     800-343-6047
Major Waste Disposal  800-366-4921


About Newbury

April 2009

Centrally located in beautiful Geauga County, Newbury Township has many qualities that attract families, businesses and visitors.

An abundance of well-maintained township and county roads lead through quiet neighborhoods and pass by picturesque horse, dairy, sheep and alpaca farms throughout Newbury’s 25 square miles. Woodlands, fields and meadows change colors and textures as the seasons flow. Punderson State Park offers Punderson Manor, a variety of recreational activities and a scenic lake – the largest of many in the township.

State Routes 87 and 44 provide prime arteries for the transportation of goods, customers and services from Newbury to Middlefield to the east, Cleveland to the west, Chardon to the north and Akron to the south – and back again. The commercial corridor along Route 87 is ripe for clean, new, light industry to settle among companies like Kinetico, Newbury Ltd. and DisTech that have been mainstays of Newbury for years. Our post office and a variety of offices define the Teague Shopping Center. Landscaping and construction firms populate the western end of the 87 corridor.

Economic development is alive and well here. Newbury Center represents a prime example of the efforts community leadership is putting into establishing a retail core at Route 87 and Auburn Road.

The Center fits neatly into the plan (see the Files and Links on Business & Economic Development Page) drawn up to focus activity at the intersection, where two banks, a gas station and a popular family restaurant flourish. Newbury Local Schools are located north of the intersection.

Where Route 87 and 44 connect another corridor shows promise of economic development.  Land for new construction is available and a few existing commercial structures are located here and further west with a modest retail plaza on the corner.

Newbury Township also offers 88-acre Oberland Park north of Newbury Schools with two miles of hiking trails, the historic Newbury Town Hall, four cemeteries and a modern fire department.

Please explore other parts of this web site to learn about all the opportunities available in Newbury Township.


Where to eat in Newbury

Anyone who likes to dine out can find a great meal early or late in Newbury.

Mangia Mangia, a Newbury landmark on the corner of Route 87 and Auburn Road, has a reputation as a friendly family restaurant specializing in Italian cuisine and popular for their take-out pizza. Hours are from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 to 11 Friday and Saturday and 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday. For more information – or a pizza! – call (440) 564-2227.



Hickory Lake Inn is tucked away in the woods at 14592 Stone Road. “The Hickory” as it is known locally, serves up lunches and dinners with hours from 11 a.m. to midnight on weekdays and 11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. weekends.  A party center is available by reservation. For more information call (440) 564-9735.


One of several restaurants that schedules live entertainment, The Ramble Inn at the corner of Munn Road and Route 87 is known for its party crowd atmosphere. Anyone looking to catch the game on TV and toss a few back will find “The Ramble” an ideal location with hours from 11 a.m. to midnight Monday through Saturday (kitchen closes at 10 p.m. except on Saturday, when it closes at 11 p.m.) On Sundays The Ramble is open from noon to 8 p.m. -- beer and wine only. For more information call (440) 564-1459.


Somewhat off the beaten path is The Cherry Room at Punderson Manor in Punderson Park off Route 87. The Manor features fine dining and a comfortable resort atmosphere. The facility is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday with live music, 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sundays (brunch specials available). Meetings rooms can be reserved. Dining reservations are recommended, so call (440) 564-9144 or go to


Newbury Center at Auburn and Kinsman Road now offers two eateries. Subway provides sandwiches and salads for light or take-out dining. Zeppe’s Pizzeria and Tavern located in Newbury Center is one of the newest of the Cleveland chain and a welcome addition to those who like to dine out in a casual manner.
The tavern, a full-service dining room with a bar, an outside patio with fireplace and plenty of atmosphere, has become a popular eatery for area residents since it opened before Christmas.

If we missed your establishment, we will be happy to update our website. Please call Ann at 440-564-5369 or e-mail her at