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About Wood County

Wood County, Ohio is located in the northwestern part of the state and is bordered by Lucas County to the north, Hancock County to the east, Sandusky County to the south, and Henry County to the west. The county was established in 1820 and was named after Major Eleazer D. Wood, a hero of the War of 1812. The first settlers in Wood County were mostly of German and Irish descent, and the county was primarily an agricultural area. The first county seat was located in Perrysburg, which was established in 1821. The county seat was moved to Bowling Green in 1835. The first railroad in Wood County was built in 1853, connecting Bowling Green to Toledo. This allowed for the development of the county's manufacturing industry, which included the production of glass, furniture, and agricultural products. The county was also home to several important historical events. In 1859, the first oil well in the United States was drilled in Wood County. In 1877, the first telephone exchange in the United States was established in Bowling Green. Wood County is also home to several notable people, including former President Rutherford B. Hayes, who was born in Delaware Township in 1822. Other notable people from Wood County include astronaut Neil Armstrong, who was born in Wapakoneta in 1930, and actor Clark Gable, who was born in Cadiz in 1901. Today, Wood County is home to a population of over 125,000 people. The county is home to Bowling Green State University, which is the third largest university in Ohio. The county is also home to several parks, including Oak Openings Preserve, which is the largest park in the state.

Wood County Facts

  1. Wood County is home to the world's largest cuckoo clock, located in the town of Grand Rapids.
  2. Wood County is home to the longest covered bridge in Ohio, located in the town of Pemberville.
  3. Wood County is home to the oldest continuously operating fair in Ohio, the Wood County Fair, which has been held since 186
  4. Wood County is home to the oldest continuously operating drive-in movie theater in Ohio, the Skyway Drive-In, which has been in operation since 194
  5. Wood County is home to the oldest continuously operating amusement park in Ohio, the Cedar Point Amusement Park, which has been in operation since 187

Important Wood County, Ohio Websites:

[Wood County Clerk of Courts]


The Clerk of Courts is the “keeper of the records” and is the public’s gateway to the Court system. The Clerk’s office maintains the records for the Common Pleas Court, the 6th District Court of Appeals and is also responsible for issuing and maintaining all motor vehicle and watercraft titles in Wood County.

Homepage | Wood County Common Pleas Court


The Court also adjudicates divorces, dissolutions, the allocation of parental rights and responsibilities, child and spousal support enforcement and modification. View of the Courthouse Ground was broken for the Wood County Courthouse on November 28, 1893, after citizens decided to move the county seat from Perrysburg to Bowling Green.

Court Records - Wood County, Ohio


Wood County Court Records The legal division of the Clerk of Court is responsible for filing, recording, indexing, and preserving all court pleadings in the Wood County Common Pleas Court and the Ohio 6th District Court of Appeals. The case information is generated from computerized records maintained by the Wood County Common Pleas Clerk of Court.

Wood County, Ohio


Wood County Title Office Change of Hours Effective November 1, 2021 the Wood County Clerk of Courts Title Office will adopt the following hours of operation: Monday 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM Tuesday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Wednesday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Thursday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Home | Bowling Green Municipal Court


Judge Mark Reddin is a native of Wood County. He graduated from Bowling Green High School and Bowling Green State University. He received his law degree from the University of Dayton. Prior to his election, Judge Reddin was in the private practice of law in Bowling Green, Pemberville, and surrounding counties.

Case Information - Wood County, Ohio


Click below to enter the court case management system of the Wood County Court. The public access records information viewed on this system reflects the docket entries and information required by Ohio law to be kept by the Wood County Clerk of Common Pleas Court. Wood County Clerk of Courts

Wood County Juvenile Court


The Wood County Juvenile Court by law has jurisdiction over juvenile delinquency and unruly cases; juvenile traffic cases; abuse, neglect, and dependency cases; paternity, custody and child support cases; as well as limited adult criminal cases.

Wood County, Ohio | Departments


One Courthouse Sq. Bowling Green, OH., 43402 419.354.9000 1.866.860.4140

Wood County Government: Court of Common Pleas - Probate Division


However, the Probate Court will continue to handle the release of non-identifying information (such as the Final Decree of Adoption). For additional information on the release of identifying information, and the effective dates of the various provisions of the new legislation, please contact the Ohio Department of Health at 614-466-2351.

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