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305 Apartments for rent in Fairlawn, OH

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311 Kenridge Road
311 Kenridge Rd
Fairlawn, OH | Fairlawn Heights
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
Deluxe Townhouse Style Apartment Complex - Many Newly Renovated Units! - Well Maintained - Spacious Units - Approx.
1 Unit Available
2881 Morewood Rd-201
2881 Morewood Road
Fairlawn, OH | Fairlawn Heights
2 Bedrooms
$810
1000 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
This spacious 2 bedroom apartment is perfect to come home to after a long day. You can choose to sit on your balcony, take a dip in the pool (after Covid-19 is no more) or make yourself dinner in the fully equipped kitchen.
1 Unit Available
2599 Chamberlain Rd-10
2599 Chamberlain Road
Fairlawn, OH | Fairlawn Heights
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$745
720 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
This beautiful 2 bedroom/1 bath unit is move in ready. The 2 bedrooms are large with ample closet space. There is a fully equipped kitchen and also a small dining room, Basic high speed internet and cable are included.
1 Unit Available
2607 Chamberlain Rd-7
2607 Chamberlain Road
Fairlawn, OH | Fairlawn Heights
1 Bedroom
$655
560 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
This adorable 1 bedroom/1 bath unit is perfect for the single renter or a couple. One large bedroom has ample closet space. The kitchen comes complete with everything you need to bring out the amateur chef in you.
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2641 Chamberlain Rd-10
2641 Chamberlain Road
Fairlawn, OH | Fairlawn Heights
Studio
$635
334 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
Chamberlain Apartment Complex offers a variety of quality apartments including studio, one, two, and three bedrooms. Ideally located in a quiet neighborhood of Fairlawn.
1 Unit Available
2550 Chamberlain Road - C4
2550 Chamberlain Road
Fairlawn, OH | Fairlawn Heights
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 05:48 AM
Gut-renovated 2-floor 3 bed 2.5 bath 1200 sqft apartment Features: - 2 Floors - 3 Full Bedrooms - 2.
1 Unit Available
2855 Morewood Rd
2855 Morewood Road
Fairlawn, OH | Fairlawn Heights
2 Bedrooms
$700
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Lovely brick 7 unit building has a 2-bedroom apartment in the lower level. This is not a basement apartment but rather only partially submerged and there are plenty of windows and natural light coming in.
1 Unit Available
2750 Juno Pl
2750 Juno Place
Fairlawn, OH | Fairlawn Heights
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
1240 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Great opportunity to lease a spacious 2 bedroom end unit townhome in the Copley Fairlawn School District. Conveniently located near shopping, restaurants, parks, and highway. This home has brand new carpeting and grey wood-like vinyl flooring.
1 Unit Available
209 Kenridge Ave
209 Kenridge Road
Fairlawn, OH | Fairlawn Heights
1 Bedroom
$875
Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
One Bedroom Fairlawn apartment - Property Id: 418563 Beautiful recent renovation of apartment building in Fairlawn Ohio. Copley Fairlawn school district.
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1 Unit Available
312 Kelsey Dr
312 Kelsey Drive
Summit County, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
2057 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Beautiful Condo ready to move into! $1950 deposit and $1950 rent. Move in immediately. Owner pays condo fees~ Montrose Park Townhouse. Upon entering, split staircase, hardwood floors.
1 Unit Available
171 Goodhue Dr
171 Goodhue Drive
Akron, OH | Northwest Akron
4 Bedrooms
$1,225
1340 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Four bedroom home in lovely neighborhood. Basement has one finished room and unfinished area with washer and dryer hook-up, toilet, and shower. Beautiful wood floors.
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Cascade Falls
1761 E Waterford Ct
Akron, OH | Merriman Valley
1 Bedroom
$811
694 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$877
972 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 04:46 AM
One step onto Cascade Falls Apartments and you'll instantly realize why living here is different than any other community in town.
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Redwood Cuyahoga Falls West Bath Road
487 Redwood Drive
Cuyahoga Falls, OH | Akron-Peninsula
2 Bedrooms
$1,417
1209 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 02:27 AM
Our two-bedroom, two-bathroom floor plans all come equipped with a two-car, attached garage and ample storage. Find walk-in closets, plus washer and dryer hookups in each apartment home.
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Redwood Akron
1738 Northampton Rd
Akron, OH | Merriman Valley
2 Bedrooms
$1,180
1000 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 02:23 AM
Redwood Akron is one of Akron's newest and most distinctive apartment homes. ENHV has both 2x2 and 2x1.5, they all only one car garages. Our efficient design provides optimal peace and quiet—no one lives above or below you.
1 Unit Available
228 Oakdale Ave
228 Oakdale Avenue
Akron, OH | Highland Square
5 Bedrooms
$975
1517 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Newly Remodeled, Fridge & Stove Included, Large yard, Front porch, Sealed Basement, Professionally Managed. NO SECTION 8.
1 Unit Available
696 Palisades Dr
696 Palisades Drive
Akron, OH | Northwest Akron
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Stunning three bedroom home on Palisades Drive for rent! This beautiful single family home is located on a quaint street near Highland Square and features a fenced in front yard, gorgeous wood floors, formal dining room, spacious living room, lovely
1 Unit Available
179 Oakdale Ave
179 Oakdale Avenue
Akron, OH | Highland Square
3 Bedrooms
$725
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Second level duplex with three bedrooms and one bathroom. Washer/dryer hook up and one car garage and additional off-street parking. Tenant pays half utility bills. One pet policy; maximum 40 pounds with $250 non-refundable pet deposit.
1 Unit Available
103 South Portage Path
103 South Portage Path
Akron, OH | Highland Square
2 Bedrooms
$725
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Classic two bedroom apartment in the heart of Highland Square.
1 Unit Available
950 West Market St
950 W Market St
Akron, OH | Highland Square
2 Bedrooms
$950
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
Beautiful two bedroom apartment available in Highland Square! This handsome apartment is located on the second floor of a classic Akron home and features original wood working and flooring throughout the living room and kitchen, carpeted bedrooms,
1 Unit Available
1969 North Cleveland Massillon Rd
1969 North Cleveland Massillon Road
Summit County, OH
Studio
$1,300
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 04:32 AM
FOR LEASE: OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE with two offices, conference room, and large meeting/showroom in the heart of Bath Township.
1 Unit Available
157 Hollinger Avenue
157 Hollinger Avenue
Akron, OH | Highland Square
4 Bedrooms
$899
1472 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
BELOW MARKET RENT! - Available for twelve month renewable lease. HOME HAS RECENT UPDATES INCLUDING; Paint, Flooring, Appliances, Kitchen updates, Bathroom updates and more. Don't miss this one! (RLNE6266302)
1 Unit Available
1304 S Hawkins
1304 South Hawkins Avenue
Akron, OH | West Akron
3 Bedrooms
$850
Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
Updated 3 bedroom 1 bath home for rent - Welcome to 1304 S Hawkins. This cute, cozy, beautifully updated 3 bedroom 1 bath home is available for immediate move-in.. CALL 330-529-5476 to schedule an appointment APPLY at Managewithhpm.
1 Unit Available
912 Roslyn Ave
912 Roslyn Avenue
Akron, OH | West Akron
3 Bedrooms
$925
1344 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:32 AM
BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM 1 1/2 BATH HOME FOR RENT - Welcome to 912 Roslyn Ave. This beautiful 3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath is ready for immediate move in.
1 Unit Available
1827 Hampton Knoll Dr
1827 Hampton Knoll Drive
Akron, OH | Merriman Valley
1 Bedroom
$864
870 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 08:39 AM
1827 - Robin Deluxe **$820 SPECIAL**
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City Guide

Fairlawn
July 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of Fairlawn's Croghan Park, that is home to a War of 1812 encampment. Reenactments as well as period demonstrations and music are a part of this celebration including teaching attendees to march. Uh-Ten-Hut! You can even learn to handle a musket.
July 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of Fairlawn's Croghan Park, that is home to a War of 1812 encampment. Reenactments as well as period demonstrations and music are a part of this celebration including teaching attendees to march. Uh-Ten-Hut! You can even learn to handle a musket.

Founded as a hamlet back in 1891, Fairlawn, Ohio, started when the Northern Ohio Railroad was constructed, gaining a mill, blacksmith, general store and other shops by 1908; it became a city in 1970. A suburb of Akron located in Summit County, Fairlawn, Ohio has a population of just over 7,400 as of the 2010 census. It's a part of the Akron Metropolitan Statistical area. Interstate 77 bisects the community and offers easy travel into Akron, just eleven minutes away.

Moving to Fairlawn

Do you like tree-lined streets, plenty of green space, and fun community activities like movie nights in the park? Then rent an apartment in Fairlawn, where all four seasons are present, but winters won't find you adrift in deep snow. Conveniently close to the businesses, museums, and culture of Akron, this charming suburban space offers many the sought after 1 bedroom apartment for rent, condo for rent, and even all bills paid apartments.You'll likely want your a car when you move here. Although travel times to the big city are under 30 minutes each way, public transportation is somewhat limited, so most residents drive themselves everywhere they need to go.Moving to this community is a little like having it all: the small town feel, a plethora of fun community activities, and a lot of green space to stretch your legs on a walk, run, or relaxing nature-watching excursion. Meanwhile, you're incredibly close to lots of things to do and plenty of culture in Akron, where you can enjoy the Akron Symphony Orchestra, or check out the fascinating and unique museums such as the American Marble and Toy Museum or the Don Drumm Studios & Gallery.You can look for your new home in Fairlawn any time of year, but it will get chilly in the winter months. With the vacancy percentage being a little lower than average, you should allow yourself about a month to find your dream home. Bring the usual landlord requirements: your ID, rental and work history, and W2s or bank statements.Look online, and of course search the area in person to get acquainted with the community and the different neighborhoods. You can also check out the listings in the West Side Leader, South Side Leader, or the Akron Beacon Journal.

Moving to Fairlawn
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Do you like tree-lined streets, plenty of green space, and fun community activities like movie nights in the park? Then rent an apartment in Fairlawn, where all four seasons are present, but winters won't find you adrift in deep snow. Conveniently close to the businesses, museums, and culture of Akron, this charming suburban space offers many the sought after 1 bedroom apartment for rent, condo for rent, and even all bills paid apartments.You'll likely want your a car when you move here. Although travel times to the big city are under 30 minutes each way, public transportation is somewhat limited, so most residents drive themselves everywhere they need to go.Moving to this community is a little like having it all: the small town feel, a plethora of fun community activities, and a lot of green space to stretch your legs on a walk, run, or relaxing nature-watching excursion. Meanwhile, you're incredibly close to lots of things to do and plenty of culture in Akron, where you can enjoy the Akron Symphony Orchestra, or check out the fascinating and unique museums such as the American Marble and Toy Museum or the Don Drumm Studios & Gallery.You can look for your new home in Fairlawn any time of year, but it will get chilly in the winter months. With the vacancy percentage being a little lower than average, you should allow yourself about a month to find your dream home. Bring the usual landlord requirements: your ID, rental and work history, and W2s or bank statements.Look online, and of course search the area in person to get acquainted with the community and the different neighborhoods. You can also check out the listings in the West Side Leader, South Side Leader, or the Akron Beacon Journal.

Neighborhoods in Fairlawn

With Interstate 77 providing easy commuting, you'll enjoy this pleasant suburban town with a comfortable small town vibe.

Fairlawn City Center: This suburban by density neighborhood offers many medium-sized to small single-family homes and a variety of apartment rentals such as those occupied in Berwyck and Park Hill. Occupied by a mix of owners and renters, many of the properties here were built between 1940 and 1999. Summit Mall and the Rosemont Golf Course and Golf Shop are located here.

Montrose: This suburban neighborhood is also a mix of apartment complexes and small to medium sized homes, many newer than in the central part of Fairlawn, with construction ranging from 1970 to the present. Check out the Enclave at Rosemont Ridge for apartment options.

Neighborhoods in Fairlawn
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With Interstate 77 providing easy commuting, you'll enjoy this pleasant suburban town with a comfortable small town vibe.

Fairlawn City Center: This suburban by density neighborhood offers many medium-sized to small single-family homes and a variety of apartment rentals such as those occupied in Berwyck and Park Hill. Occupied by a mix of owners and renters, many of the properties here were built between 1940 and 1999. Summit Mall and the Rosemont Golf Course and Golf Shop are located here.

Montrose: This suburban neighborhood is also a mix of apartment complexes and small to medium sized homes, many newer than in the central part of Fairlawn, with construction ranging from 1970 to the present. Check out the Enclave at Rosemont Ridge for apartment options.

Living in Fairlawn

Fairlawn has a lot of community spirit, with local events from Bubble Day to National Vanilla Ice Cream Day and National Mustard Day celebrations, to community movie nights in the summer. Tennis, soccer, and tee ball are among the many sports activities offered. Community gardens are available to residents, and open for planting pleasure every May.

You'll find many pleasant parks in town, such as Fort Island/Griffith's Park a combined green space of around 60 acres that contains the bucolic Schocalog Run Creek, which makes for excellent bird watching of such local feathered friends as green and blue herons, mallard ducks, and kingfishers. You can also find snapping and painted turtles along the creek's banks. So bring your hiking boots, binoculars, and camera, and get set to enjoy a vast amount of nature's beauty just minutes from your doorstep, right in town. There are both paved trails and an elevated boardwalk that protect wetlands in the park and keep your feet high and dry.

Is golf more your thing? Check out the Rosemont Course, which includes an extensive pro shop. It's time to tee off.

Adjoining the Fairlawn Kiwanis Community Center, you'll find Bicentennial Park created in 1976 and housing a veteran's memorial and a gazebo. You'll find Fourth of July fireworks and summer movies in the park in this location. Wood Park and Fairlawn Park also offer pleasant strolling, playing, and relaxing.

Nearby Crystal Lake offers more pleasant recreational wanderings. Enjoy fall leaves, spring flowers, and warm summers here; winters will bring snow, but you won't find ice storms keeping you house bound. Just bring your mittens and enjoy every season.

West Market Street is the main business district in Fairlawn, a multi-lane thoroughfare where you'll find bustling local shops as well as major chain stores such as Walmart and Sam's Club. Fairlawn Town Center and the Summit Mall also provide plenty of shopping and dining capabilities. Dining, you say? Yes, Fairlawn is home to a variety of fine establishments such as the elegant Lanning's, the trendy Asian cuisine at Big Eye, and Max and Erma's, where award winning burgers and other solid American repasts are the order of the day. Neighboring Copley Township and Bath Township have other local and chain shopping options near the Montrose neighborhood. From Barnes and Noble to old fashioned thrift stores, you'll find plenty of places to buy the things you need to furnish your new home.

Living in Fairlawn
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Fairlawn has a lot of community spirit, with local events from Bubble Day to National Vanilla Ice Cream Day and National Mustard Day celebrations, to community movie nights in the summer. Tennis, soccer, and tee ball are among the many sports activities offered. Community gardens are available to residents, and open for planting pleasure every May.

You'll find many pleasant parks in town, such as Fort Island/Griffith's Park a combined green space of around 60 acres that contains the bucolic Schocalog Run Creek, which makes for excellent bird watching of such local feathered friends as green and blue herons, mallard ducks, and kingfishers. You can also find snapping and painted turtles along the creek's banks. So bring your hiking boots, binoculars, and camera, and get set to enjoy a vast amount of nature's beauty just minutes from your doorstep, right in town. There are both paved trails and an elevated boardwalk that protect wetlands in the park and keep your feet high and dry.

Is golf more your thing? Check out the Rosemont Course, which includes an extensive pro shop. It's time to tee off.

Adjoining the Fairlawn Kiwanis Community Center, you'll find Bicentennial Park created in 1976 and housing a veteran's memorial and a gazebo. You'll find Fourth of July fireworks and summer movies in the park in this location. Wood Park and Fairlawn Park also offer pleasant strolling, playing, and relaxing.

Nearby Crystal Lake offers more pleasant recreational wanderings. Enjoy fall leaves, spring flowers, and warm summers here; winters will bring snow, but you won't find ice storms keeping you house bound. Just bring your mittens and enjoy every season.

West Market Street is the main business district in Fairlawn, a multi-lane thoroughfare where you'll find bustling local shops as well as major chain stores such as Walmart and Sam's Club. Fairlawn Town Center and the Summit Mall also provide plenty of shopping and dining capabilities. Dining, you say? Yes, Fairlawn is home to a variety of fine establishments such as the elegant Lanning's, the trendy Asian cuisine at Big Eye, and Max and Erma's, where award winning burgers and other solid American repasts are the order of the day. Neighboring Copley Township and Bath Township have other local and chain shopping options near the Montrose neighborhood. From Barnes and Noble to old fashioned thrift stores, you'll find plenty of places to buy the things you need to furnish your new home.

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Fairlawn
July 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of Fairlawn's Croghan Park, that is home to a War of 1812 encampment. Reenactments as well as period demonstrations and music are a part of this celebration including teaching attendees to march. Uh-Ten-Hut! You can even learn to handle a musket.
July 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of Fairlawn's Croghan Park, that is home to a War of 1812 encampment. Reenactments as well as period demonstrations and music are a part of this celebration including teaching attendees to march. Uh-Ten-Hut! You can even learn to handle a musket.

Founded as a hamlet back in 1891, Fairlawn, Ohio, started when the Northern Ohio Railroad was constructed, gaining a mill, blacksmith, general store and other shops by 1908; it became a city in 1970. A suburb of Akron located in Summit County, Fairlawn, Ohio has a population of just over 7,400 as of the 2010 census. It's a part of the Akron Metropolitan Statistical area. Interstate 77 bisects the community and offers easy travel into Akron, just eleven minutes away.

Moving to Fairlawn

Do you like tree-lined streets, plenty of green space, and fun community activities like movie nights in the park? Then rent an apartment in Fairlawn, where all four seasons are present, but winters won't find you adrift in deep snow. Conveniently close to the businesses, museums, and culture of Akron, this charming suburban space offers many the sought after 1 bedroom apartment for rent, condo for rent, and even all bills paid apartments.You'll likely want your a car when you move here. Although travel times to the big city are under 30 minutes each way, public transportation is somewhat limited, so most residents drive themselves everywhere they need to go.Moving to this community is a little like having it all: the small town feel, a plethora of fun community activities, and a lot of green space to stretch your legs on a walk, run, or relaxing nature-watching excursion. Meanwhile, you're incredibly close to lots of things to do and plenty of culture in Akron, where you can enjoy the Akron Symphony Orchestra, or check out the fascinating and unique museums such as the American Marble and Toy Museum or the Don Drumm Studios & Gallery.You can look for your new home in Fairlawn any time of year, but it will get chilly in the winter months. With the vacancy percentage being a little lower than average, you should allow yourself about a month to find your dream home. Bring the usual landlord requirements: your ID, rental and work history, and W2s or bank statements.Look online, and of course search the area in person to get acquainted with the community and the different neighborhoods. You can also check out the listings in the West Side Leader, South Side Leader, or the Akron Beacon Journal.

Moving to Fairlawn
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Do you like tree-lined streets, plenty of green space, and fun community activities like movie nights in the park? Then rent an apartment in Fairlawn, where all four seasons are present, but winters won't find you adrift in deep snow. Conveniently close to the businesses, museums, and culture of Akron, this charming suburban space offers many the sought after 1 bedroom apartment for rent, condo for rent, and even all bills paid apartments.You'll likely want your a car when you move here. Although travel times to the big city are under 30 minutes each way, public transportation is somewhat limited, so most residents drive themselves everywhere they need to go.Moving to this community is a little like having it all: the small town feel, a plethora of fun community activities, and a lot of green space to stretch your legs on a walk, run, or relaxing nature-watching excursion. Meanwhile, you're incredibly close to lots of things to do and plenty of culture in Akron, where you can enjoy the Akron Symphony Orchestra, or check out the fascinating and unique museums such as the American Marble and Toy Museum or the Don Drumm Studios & Gallery.You can look for your new home in Fairlawn any time of year, but it will get chilly in the winter months. With the vacancy percentage being a little lower than average, you should allow yourself about a month to find your dream home. Bring the usual landlord requirements: your ID, rental and work history, and W2s or bank statements.Look online, and of course search the area in person to get acquainted with the community and the different neighborhoods. You can also check out the listings in the West Side Leader, South Side Leader, or the Akron Beacon Journal.

Neighborhoods in Fairlawn

With Interstate 77 providing easy commuting, you'll enjoy this pleasant suburban town with a comfortable small town vibe.

Fairlawn City Center: This suburban by density neighborhood offers many medium-sized to small single-family homes and a variety of apartment rentals such as those occupied in Berwyck and Park Hill. Occupied by a mix of owners and renters, many of the properties here were built between 1940 and 1999. Summit Mall and the Rosemont Golf Course and Golf Shop are located here.

Montrose: This suburban neighborhood is also a mix of apartment complexes and small to medium sized homes, many newer than in the central part of Fairlawn, with construction ranging from 1970 to the present. Check out the Enclave at Rosemont Ridge for apartment options.

Neighborhoods in Fairlawn
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With Interstate 77 providing easy commuting, you'll enjoy this pleasant suburban town with a comfortable small town vibe.

Fairlawn City Center: This suburban by density neighborhood offers many medium-sized to small single-family homes and a variety of apartment rentals such as those occupied in Berwyck and Park Hill. Occupied by a mix of owners and renters, many of the properties here were built between 1940 and 1999. Summit Mall and the Rosemont Golf Course and Golf Shop are located here.

Montrose: This suburban neighborhood is also a mix of apartment complexes and small to medium sized homes, many newer than in the central part of Fairlawn, with construction ranging from 1970 to the present. Check out the Enclave at Rosemont Ridge for apartment options.

Living in Fairlawn

Fairlawn has a lot of community spirit, with local events from Bubble Day to National Vanilla Ice Cream Day and National Mustard Day celebrations, to community movie nights in the summer. Tennis, soccer, and tee ball are among the many sports activities offered. Community gardens are available to residents, and open for planting pleasure every May.

You'll find many pleasant parks in town, such as Fort Island/Griffith's Park a combined green space of around 60 acres that contains the bucolic Schocalog Run Creek, which makes for excellent bird watching of such local feathered friends as green and blue herons, mallard ducks, and kingfishers. You can also find snapping and painted turtles along the creek's banks. So bring your hiking boots, binoculars, and camera, and get set to enjoy a vast amount of nature's beauty just minutes from your doorstep, right in town. There are both paved trails and an elevated boardwalk that protect wetlands in the park and keep your feet high and dry.

Is golf more your thing? Check out the Rosemont Course, which includes an extensive pro shop. It's time to tee off.

Adjoining the Fairlawn Kiwanis Community Center, you'll find Bicentennial Park created in 1976 and housing a veteran's memorial and a gazebo. You'll find Fourth of July fireworks and summer movies in the park in this location. Wood Park and Fairlawn Park also offer pleasant strolling, playing, and relaxing.

Nearby Crystal Lake offers more pleasant recreational wanderings. Enjoy fall leaves, spring flowers, and warm summers here; winters will bring snow, but you won't find ice storms keeping you house bound. Just bring your mittens and enjoy every season.

West Market Street is the main business district in Fairlawn, a multi-lane thoroughfare where you'll find bustling local shops as well as major chain stores such as Walmart and Sam's Club. Fairlawn Town Center and the Summit Mall also provide plenty of shopping and dining capabilities. Dining, you say? Yes, Fairlawn is home to a variety of fine establishments such as the elegant Lanning's, the trendy Asian cuisine at Big Eye, and Max and Erma's, where award winning burgers and other solid American repasts are the order of the day. Neighboring Copley Township and Bath Township have other local and chain shopping options near the Montrose neighborhood. From Barnes and Noble to old fashioned thrift stores, you'll find plenty of places to buy the things you need to furnish your new home.

Living in Fairlawn
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Fairlawn has a lot of community spirit, with local events from Bubble Day to National Vanilla Ice Cream Day and National Mustard Day celebrations, to community movie nights in the summer. Tennis, soccer, and tee ball are among the many sports activities offered. Community gardens are available to residents, and open for planting pleasure every May.

You'll find many pleasant parks in town, such as Fort Island/Griffith's Park a combined green space of around 60 acres that contains the bucolic Schocalog Run Creek, which makes for excellent bird watching of such local feathered friends as green and blue herons, mallard ducks, and kingfishers. You can also find snapping and painted turtles along the creek's banks. So bring your hiking boots, binoculars, and camera, and get set to enjoy a vast amount of nature's beauty just minutes from your doorstep, right in town. There are both paved trails and an elevated boardwalk that protect wetlands in the park and keep your feet high and dry.

Is golf more your thing? Check out the Rosemont Course, which includes an extensive pro shop. It's time to tee off.

Adjoining the Fairlawn Kiwanis Community Center, you'll find Bicentennial Park created in 1976 and housing a veteran's memorial and a gazebo. You'll find Fourth of July fireworks and summer movies in the park in this location. Wood Park and Fairlawn Park also offer pleasant strolling, playing, and relaxing.

Nearby Crystal Lake offers more pleasant recreational wanderings. Enjoy fall leaves, spring flowers, and warm summers here; winters will bring snow, but you won't find ice storms keeping you house bound. Just bring your mittens and enjoy every season.

West Market Street is the main business district in Fairlawn, a multi-lane thoroughfare where you'll find bustling local shops as well as major chain stores such as Walmart and Sam's Club. Fairlawn Town Center and the Summit Mall also provide plenty of shopping and dining capabilities. Dining, you say? Yes, Fairlawn is home to a variety of fine establishments such as the elegant Lanning's, the trendy Asian cuisine at Big Eye, and Max and Erma's, where award winning burgers and other solid American repasts are the order of the day. Neighboring Copley Township and Bath Township have other local and chain shopping options near the Montrose neighborhood. From Barnes and Noble to old fashioned thrift stores, you'll find plenty of places to buy the things you need to furnish your new home.