***We are in the process of relocating to a new facility. Please feel free to contact us at:
(330) 675-6615 with any inquiries.
Trumbull County Microfilm Department
ESTABLISHED IN 1954 AS A MICROFILMING DEPARTMENT- TO PRESERVE THE HISTORY OF TRUMBULL COUNTY GOVERNMENT
Trumbull County government offices, departments and agencies currently maintain millions of documents in a variety of formats. Most of these records are paper and contain information of long-term legal, historical, administrative or fiscal value. The majority of these records are created and maintained as a result of mandated services. Good records management is essential. Without a sound management strategy, records begin to occupy valuable space, are disposed of carelessly or are stored in insecure or inaccessible locations.
The purpose of the Trumbull County Records Center & Archives is to alleviate some of these management concerns by providing economical storage, timely retrieval, facility security, document processing and legal disposal for those semi-active and inactive records generated as a part of the business of government.
Benefits of the Trumbull County Records Management Program include:
Imaging records for accessibility while creating microfilm for permanent records for preservation
Microfilming records to reduce space, while protecting vital records and historical documents
Secure records destruction accordance with the ORC public records guidelines
Improve security for confidential records
Improved public access to those records transferred to the Center
Improved productivity and space utilization for the offices served
Archival security of all master microfilm and
Computerized indexing and tracking of county records
Information for County Departments:
The Records Center is records storage and processing facility available to any county office or department. The center is considered by the Trumbull County Records Commission to be an extension of each office for the purpose of records storage and processing. Records stored in the facility always remain the responsibility of the originating office.
One employee per department or agency should be designated as a contact with the Records Center. Identifying an alternate is also recommended. This person should be very familiar with the function of their office and those records these functions necessitate.
Trumbull County Printing Department
The Printing Department is responsible for printing county forms that are used by county agencies.
The county print shop produces over 3 million impressions per year and has only one employee.
Trumbull County Facts
Trumbull County was the county seat of the Connecticut Western Reserve, est. 1799
Trumbull County, founded 1800
State of Ohio, 1803
Trumbull County Courthouse, 1895
Townships are 5 miles by 5 miles square
Trumbull originally had 25 townships
Presently, there are 24 Townships, 6 cities and 5 villages:
Townships-Bazetta, Bloomfield, Braceville, Bristol, Brookfield, Champion, Farmington, Fowler, Greene, Gustavus, Hartford, Howland, Hubbard, Johnston, Kinsman, Liberty, Mecca, Mesopotamia, Newton, Southington, Vernon, Vienna, Warren, Weathersfield
Cities-Cortland, Girard, Hubbard, Newton Falls, Niles, Warren
Villages-Lordstown, McDonald, Orangeville, W. Farmington, Yankee Lake