Leetonia is a quiet little village in a beautiful natural setting in Salem Township, Columbiana County. Leetonia encompasses an area of 2.27 square miles and had a population of 1,959 people, 748 households, and 541 familiesat the 2010 census.  The Village of Leetonia was founded as a company town associated with the Leetonia Iron and Coal Company. The company was founded in 1866 and played a prominent part in the local and regional economy until 1930. Throughout its history, Leetonia has had a rich industrial infrastructure including a brewery, a successful saw company, two iron companies, several hotels, and a thriving community of professionals.  Over the past 20 years Leetonia has seen the construction of a new K-12 school building, a new library building, and the installation of a major leg of the Greenway Bike Trail.

The Greenway Bike Trail is ten miles long with a ten foot wide paved surface, 6 parking areas, 4 restrooms, and a picnic area at least every mile. Patrons can ride, walk, or rollerblade through woodland, farmland, and wetlands. It runs from Lisbon to Washingtonville, right through Leetonia. Get a trail map here.

The Leetonia School District serves approximately 725 students in grades K-12 in 3 facilities -- elementary, middle and high schools. Their sports teams are called "The Bears", and the community takes pride in their competitive athletic programs and their small rural school system.

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