Galion High School

Galion Primary School

The Crestline Municipal Swimming Pool

The Crestline Municipal swimming pool features a shallow end for toddlers, wheelchair access and a large water slide. Advocate photo

Galion Intermediate School

Crestline Exempted Village School District

For the first time we are housed in a beautiful single facility for grades K-12, located next to the location of the previous high school

Galion Middle School

Playground at Hamilton Park

Crestline is known for its parks and recreational areas. This playground is located at Hamilton Park. Advocate photo

Crestline Public Library

The Crestline Public Library on North Thoman Street is an excellent facility offering a large collection of books and multi-media materials, and several meetings rooms available for free rental. Advocate photo

Crestline Village Hall, Fire & Police Dept.

Crestline's Village Hall, Fire Department and Police Department are located at 100 North Seltzer Street. Advocate photo

Brownella Cottage

The home of Episcopal Bishop William Scranton Brown, was built in 1887 at a cost of $6,500. In 1979 it was given to the Galion Historical Society and presently serves as their headquarters/museum.

The Log House

Located at Heise Park in Galion, this structure was built around 1822 as a home, then became the original “GALION PUBLIC LIBRARY & READING ROOM”.

The Big Four Depot

Located in Galion, built in 1900 and purchased by the city of Galion in 2000. In the railroads' hey-day, 32 passenger and mail trains came through Galion on an average day.

The Galion Theatre

Located in Downtown Galion, the former movie theatre known as, “THE GALION” was built in 1949. In 1993 it was sold to “THE GALION COMMUNITY THEATRE GROUP”.

Veteran’s Memorial

Located at Heise Park in Galion and was dedicated on May 18, 2002. The memorial is in honor of men and women from the Galion area who have served in our armed forces.

Galion Community Center-YMCA

Galion Public Library

Located in Galion and built in 1904. The money to build this beautiful Classical Ionic Design building was provided by Andrew Carneige.

Galion-Park Square Gazebo

Shunk Museum

Located on North Thoman Street in Crestline. Home of the Crestline Historical Society.
  • The Crestline Municipal swimming pool features a shallow end for toddlers, wheelchair access and a large water slide.
Advocate photo
  • For the first time we are housed in a beautiful single facility for grades K-12, located next to the location of the previous high school
  • Crestline is known for its parks and recreational areas. This playground is located at Hamilton Park.
Advocate photo
  • The Crestline Public Library on North Thoman Street is an excellent facility offering a large collection of books and multi-media materials, and several meetings rooms available for free rental.
Advocate photo
  • Crestline's Village Hall, Fire Department and Police Department are located at 100 North Seltzer Street. 
Advocate photo
  • The home of Episcopal Bishop William Scranton Brown, was built in 1887 at a cost of $6,500.  In 1979 it was given to the Galion Historical Society and presently serves as their headquarters/museum.
  • Located at Heise Park in Galion, this structure was built around 1822 as a home, then became the original “GALION PUBLIC LIBRARY & READING ROOM”.
  • Located in Galion, built in 1900 and purchased by the city of Galion in 2000. In the railroads' hey-day, 32 passenger and mail trains came through Galion on an average day.
  • Located in Downtown Galion, the former movie theatre known as, “THE GALION” was built in 1949. In 1993 it was sold to “THE GALION COMMUNITY THEATRE GROUP”.
  • Located at Heise Park in Galion and was dedicated on May 18, 2002. The memorial is in honor of men and women from the Galion area who have served in our armed forces.
  • Located in Galion and built in 1904. The money to build this beautiful Classical Ionic Design building was provided by Andrew Carneige.
  • Located on North Thoman Street in Crestline.  Home of the Crestline Historical Society.

Upcoming Events

Jul
21
Join us for Third Friday In Galion. Explore Galion's Unique Uptowne Businesses and Enjoy Special Events and Entertainment at the Park Square Gazebo from 4:30 to 8pm.
Aug
2
Join us for our free monthly networking event. Held the first Wednesday of every month at 8am at the Candi Bar.
Oct
5
Join us for our Annual Manufacturer's Breakfast on Thursday, October 5th at 7:30am.
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Chamber Structure

There are three Divisions governing the Chamber, and each division has a clear purpose statement that is easily understood.

 

Economic Development Division

Purpose Statement: To identify, prioritize and execute activities that support the economic growth of the Galion-Crestline area business community.

 

Investor Benefits Division

Purpose Statement: To create and promote value-added member benefits.

 

Advocacy Division

Purpose Statement: To educate, communicate and advocate issues that promote the greater good of the Galion-Crestline area business community.

Members of the Executive Committee are assigned responsibilities as Chairpersons for one of the Divisions, and each of our remaining 16 board members will be an advisor to one of the divisions.

 

The division heads and advisors will make the decision on projects and issues that need to be dealt with, and select “project teams” from the Chamber membership. These project teams will have a well defined project to work on, and a reasonable timetable for completion. You do not have to be a Chamber board member to be on a project team.

 

Project teams will have a designated person to serve as secretary (to keep meeting minutes), and a Chairperson that will keep the Division Chairperson informed of the progress of their specific projects.

 

The President/CEO will be the person responsible for all projects being completed in a timely manner.