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About the City of Whitehouse, Ohio

The Village of Whitehouse is located in the southwestern portion of Lucas County and is bordered by Waterville Township to the north, east, and south and Providence and Swanton Townships to the west. The Village of Whitehouse has an estimated population of 4,300. Most of the land use within the Village of Whitehouse is residential (low-medium density) with a small concentration of commercial and industrial services.

Explore the Community of Whitehouse

Whitehouse is rich in leisure activities. Spend the day, have fun, watch a sporting event, and enjoy a great meal! The Village has miles of walking/biking trails, beautiful Metro Parks full of wildlife and adventures, and fantastic restaurants – enjoy an ice cream cone, coffee, fresh pastries, sandwich, and chips, or a full sit-down meal. You won’t regret it! Its Flower Market (Saturdays in May) and Farmers’ Market (Saturdays mid-July-September) are gathering places for the locals on Saturday mornings. Residents enjoy fresh produce, pastries, beautiful jewelry, lawn art, flowers, and weekly special events. More at

The History of Whitehouse

Various Native American tribes, including Miamis, Ottawas, Shawnees, Wyandots, and Delawares, occupied the Village of Whitehouse. During the settlement of the Village, many Native Americans traveled along what is now Weckerly Road to the “Dark and Bloody Ground” in Kentucky from Fort Malden, which is now Detroit. Settlers began to travel west to the Northwestern Territory after “Mad” Anthony Wayne’s victory at Fallen Timbers in 1794. Many of these settlers were of Dutch or German descent and were looking for good farming land, which the area had to offer. The Canal access also attracted many settlers to the area. More at

Whitehouse Resources

Whitehouse Village Information
Whitehouse Utilities Information
Waterville School District
Anthony Wayne School District
Whitehouse Village Chamber of Commerce