The Village of Rockford

The oldest village in Mercer County, Rockford is a rich agricultural area of northwest Ohio bordering the Indiana stateline.

Rockford Chamber of Commerce

Bringing together business, government, and civic interests to enhance the economic and social environment in Rockford.

Rockford Area Development Corp

R.A.D.C. exists to attract business and industry to the community and enhance the general quality of life for the residents of Rockford, Ohio.

Shane’s Crossing Historical Society

The Shanes Crossing Historical Society, Inc. brings together people interested discovering the history of the Village of Rockford.

2023 Citizen of the Year
Shelley Muhlenkamp

Congratulations to Shelley Muhlenkamp for being named  Rockford Chamber of Commerce 2023 Citizen of the Year!

2023 Business of the Year:   Luginbill Construction

Congratulations to Luginbill Construction  ~~~ Rockford Chamber of Commerce 2023 Business of the Year.


Did you know?

Rockford Ohio MapState: Ohio
County: Mercer
Township: Dublin
Population: 1,120

Rockford is within 600 miles of:
• 60% of the US Population
• 63% of All US Manufacturing
• 80% of All US Corporate Headquarters
• 70% of the Skill Work Force

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Shanes Crossing Subdivision

Shovel-ready lots are currently FOR SALE in the newest development in Rockford. Click below to learn more about the Shanes Crossing Subdivision development.

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Support the Rockford Bicentennial!

Buy your Rockford Bicentennial shirts & hats today! All proceeds go to support the festivities.


Rockford has been a proud Tree City for 31 years. The Tree City program has been greening up cities and towns across America since 1976. It is a nationwide movement that provides the framework necessary for communities to manage and expand their public trees. More than 3,400 communities, including Rockford Ohio have made the commitment to becoming a Tree City USA. Rockford has achieved Tree City USA status by meeting four core standards of sound urban forestry management: maintaining a community tree, having a community tree ordinance, spending at least $2 per capita on urban forestry and celebrating Arbor Day.