Neighborhood Resources

The network in the Middlebury and University Park neighborhoods is rich with resources! As we continue to learn about neighborhood resources and assets, we will add them to this page. The following asset map visually highlights some of the resources in our community. Click on the legend (the box with the arrow in the top left of the map) to filter the resources into categories or click on a point on the map to learn more about that resource.


Asset Map: Middlebury and University Park Neighborhoods

Quality of Life Outcomes & Neighborhood Revitalization

Click on one of the sections below to learn more about the resources available in your neighborhood!

Quality of Life Framework

Quality of Life Framework
Amenities Economic Opportunities Education Health Housing Transportation Safety Foundational Outcomes

Economic Opportunities

Ohio Means Jobs

International Institute of Akron

University of Akron Career Services

Akron Public Library Computer Training Courses

Conxus NEO

Be sure to check out InfoLine at their website or by calling 211 for more ecomonic opportunity resources



Habitat for Humanity of Summit County

Homeownership program

A Brush with Kindness (exterior home repair program)

ReStore (new and gently used building materials and home furnishings)

Deconstruction (removal of building materials for the purpose of reuse or recycle)

East Akron Neighborhood Development Corporation

The Well Community Development Corporation

Shelter Care - for Youth & Families in Crisis

Nazareth Housing Development Corporation

Mustard Seed Development Center

Summit County Land Bank

The City of Akron

Be sure to check out InfoLine at their website or by calling 211 for more housing resources


Metro RTA

Summit Bike Share

Be sure to check out InfoLine at their website or by calling 211 for more information on transportation resources.

Foundational Outcomes

Neighborhood Network builds foundational outcomes by partnering with and working alongside residents, community associations, and partners in the neighborhood. This entails seeking to understand different perspectives and aspirations; bringing people together to find opportunities to engage neighbors; formulating a comprehensive plan with all stakeholders that tackles common goals; and then implementing and taking collective action on this plan. By taking these steps, sustainable and systematic change in the neighborhood can be achieved.

To join this effort, make sure to attend a Neighborhood Network Monthly Meeting.



If you know of an agency, company or individual that should be included on this resource page or the asset map, please contact [email protected] to have them added.

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