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Huron County, Ohio is located in the north central part of the state and is part of the Firelands region. It was established in 1809 and is named after the Huron Native American tribe. The county seat is Norwalk. The first settlers in the area were French fur traders who arrived in the late 1700s. The first permanent settlement was established in 1809 by a group of settlers from Connecticut. The settlers were part of the Firelands group, which was a group of settlers who were given land in the area as compensation for losses they suffered during the Revolutionary War. The county was officially organized in 1815 and the first county seat was located in Wakeman. In 1824, the county seat was moved to Norwalk. The county was an important agricultural center in the 19th century. The county was home to many dairy farms and was known for its cheese production. The county was also home to many wineries and was known for its wine production. In the 20th century, the county's economy shifted to manufacturing. The county is home to many factories and is known for its production of automotive parts, furniture, and other products. The county is also home to many recreational activities. The Huron County Fair is held annually in Norwalk and is one of the largest county fairs in the state. The county is also home to many parks and trails, including the Huron River Trail and the Firelands Trail. The county is also home to many historical sites, including the Firelands Historical Society Museum and the Huron County Historical Society Museum. The county is also home to many lighthouses, including the Huron Lighthouse and the Vermilion Lighthouse.
The mission statement of the Huron County Common Pleas Court is to provide a balanced system of justice according to the laws of Ohio; to maintain a neutral forum for the citizens of Huron County; and to be fair, impartial, professional and efficient with all cases pending before this Court.
If you require verified information as to the records of the Huron County Clerk of Courts, you may send a written request to the Huron County Clerk of Courts or visit the court, located at 2 East Main Street, Norwalk, Ohio 44857, during regular business hours.
Decline and Exit. Calendar Subject to Change. Parties or their counsel will receive notices of hearing from the Clerk’s office by regular U.S. mail. Questions or comments should be directed to Huron County Clerk of Courts, 2 East Main Street, Norwalk, Ohio 44857, phone (419) 668-5113.
The Norwalk Municipal Court has jurisdiction in all of Huron County, Ohio except for Lyme and Sherman Townships and is a court of record. Contact PHONE: 419.663.6750 FAX: 419.663.6749 Location 45 N. LINWOOD AVENUE NORWALK, OHIO 44857 Hours MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY 8:30AM - 4:30PM TUESDAY - THURSDAY 8:00AM - 4:30PM
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Huron County Probate and Juvenile Court The Honorable Timothy L. Cardwell presides over the Huron County Common Pleas Court Juvenile and Probate Divisions. Hours of Operation: Monday thru Friday - 8:00am to 4:30pm Holiday Schedule Juvenile Division 2 East Main Street, Room 101 Norwalk, OH 44857 Phone: (419) 668-1616 Fax: (419) 663-0944
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Norwalk Municipal Court. 45 N Linwood Ave , Norwalk , OH 44857. Phone: 419-663-6750. Fax: 419-663-6749. Norwalk Municipal Court has jurisdiction in all of Huron County except for Lyme and Sherman Townships and the portion of the City of Bellevue located in Huron County, which are within the jurisdiction of Bellevue Municipal Court. Advertising.
Court Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Court offices are closed on all legal holidays. Court Address 417 Main Street Huron, Ohio 44839 Court Phone Numbers (419) 433-5430 Phone (419) 433-3272 Fax Court Email [email protected]
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