The community of Kidron, OH, is located in the Amish country of Sugar Creek Township. Kidron is part of Wayne County, about 15 miles southeast of Wooster in ZIP code 44606. North Fork Sugar Creek flows through the center of town.
Kidron was first settled in 1819 by Swiss Mennonites who named their new home Sonnenberg, before it later took its current biblical name. A retail store called Kidron Town and Country has been in business since 1929, while the community is also known for its diverse tool shops. Lehman’s Hardware serves a large Amish clientele, selling many non-electric appliances and Amish-made goods. The Kidron Sonnenberg Heritage Center operates a public museum, including displays of local historic items and a database of genealogical information for those of Swiss heritage and Amish or Mennonite background.
Cars and trucks in Kidron deserve impeccable care, and Jim’s Auto Center is the shop to provide it. Since 1998, our full-service facility has served the Kidron community with high-quality, guaranteed automotive repairs on all domestic and import makes. Our ASE-Certified technicians work hard every day to prove we’re your logical dealer alternative, where your vehicle will be serviced correctly while maintaining your manufacturer’s warranty. Jim’s Auto Center is conveniently located in nearby Wooster, where we look forward to your visit.