Heartland Values, Flowing Opportunities
The City of Napoleon, located in Northwest Ohio, is the county seat of Henry County. The city of 9,300 residents is positioned on the Maumee River. Founded in 1834, Napoleon is home to many beautifully restored homes in its quiet neighborhoods, in addition to a vibrant downtown business district. Anchoring the historic business district is the massive Henry County courthouse, located on the National Register of Historic Places.
Napoleon has adopted the council/manager form of government. It offers an outstanding variety of retail and commercial businesses, including the world’s largest Campbell Soup plant. Additionally, Napoleon supports machine tool companies, plastics manufacturers, cold-storage warehousing and component fabricators related to the automotive industry. Its diverse business base is due to its convenient location, affordable utilities and a skilled workforce.
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