Business Resources
The information below includes additional resources on obtaining PPE for those businesses and organizations that are in need of smaller or larger quantities, a list of local cleaning companies and recommendations for water supply flushing for reopening of buildings under the statewide COVID-19 transition plan.

The Village of Middlefield is here to help you through these challenging times. Please visit our website for up to date information and feel free to contact us at    with any questions.     
PPE Information
The following are resources for businesses or organizations looking for lower-volume PPE needs or those looking for larger quantities can now utilize the following:

The Ohio Emergency PPE Makers' Exchange
The Exchanged was launched by the Ohio Manufacturing Alliance. This platform enables PPE makers to list items they are ready to sell or give away.  

Middlefield Chamber of Commerce
The Middlefield Chamber of Commerce reached out to several vendors in an effort to streamline the buying process for our NOACC members. With the assistance of a local health insurance broker, Joel Belding of One Digital, they have identified a vendor who has many of the most commonly requested items. The name of this vendor is Nexvoo, and we have negotiated special pricing for NOACC businesses. Please see the flyer and above website for more information. 
IMPORTANT: Please make sure to use the attached Coupon Codes at checkout under “Coupon/Gift Certificate”
Cleaning Resources (as of April 2020)
1.) Smylies Cleaning (Middlefield) Phone: 440-221-0521
2.) Puroclean of Western Reserve (Chardon) Phone: 440-286-2209
3.) JDD Inc . James Vaughan (Geauga family owned, Cleveland
based) Phone: 216-464-8855
4.) Serv-Pro - they are a national franchise contractor but serve the area.
Key in your location and they’ll list the contractor closest to you.
5.) Coverall Cleaning Phone: 216-524-2560 (In Valley View) 9800 Rockside Road
During the Stay at Home Order, many Ohio businesses, manufacturing facilities, churches and community buildings have been vacant or only partially occupied. It is important to flush water that has been stagnant in cold- and hot-water distribution lines and fixtures. It is also critical that buildings drain, flush and disinfect devices that store water like drinking fountains, hot water heaters, dental and medical equipment, and manufacturing devices that spray or mist water.

The Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency have developed recommended procedures that are posted HERE at . A letter for building occupants, owners and tenants is also available HERE.


Leslie Gambosi-McCoy
Village Administrator/Economic Development Director