Trumbull County Microfilm Department
The Microfilm Department is responsible for microfilming county documents for preservation. Thousands of pages of county records are microfilmed annually.
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