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Congress is a village in Wayne County in Northeast Ohio. The population was 192 at the 2000 census.

Get in[edit]

  • Interstate 71 - About 1 mile west of Congress. Quick access to Cleveland in the north and Columbus in the south.
  • Route 604 - runs east to west through town and is Mill Street in Congress.
  • Route 539 - (also known as Congress Road) enters from the south on Main St. and heads north towards West Salem where it becomes Congress Street in West Salem.

Get around[edit]

Car, bike, foot. Town is small enough to get place to place on foot.


Scenic countryside. Congress is a place to truly get away. Nearby Wooster, West Salem, Burbank, and Lodi are where you can stay and do other activities.


Relax and enjoy the countryside, an occasional Amish sighting is one of the highlights to a visit in Congress.





Get out[edit]

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