Welcome to Henry County, Ohio!
Welcome to Henry County, Ohio! Located in northwest Ohio in an area once known as The Great Black Swamp.
Henry County is rich in history in many areas: agriculture, business, churches, schools and community organizations,
all of which today contribute to making Henry County a great place to live, work and raise a family.
Founded on April 1, 1820, our county was named for the famous orator Patrick Henry.
The dense forest was cleared and drained, leaving ground with excellent fertility for our agricultural producers.
While the Miami & Erie canal was a primary source of transportation in the mid-1800’s,
this mode gave way to railroads and highways which cross the county today.
Henry County’s third and present courthouse (the tower is shown in the graphic above) was completed in 1882, and renovated in 1998.
It was the county’s first building to hold the honor of being placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The county is composed of thirteen townships and nine municipalities, including the county seat of Napoleon.
Today, nearly 30,000 people make Henry County their home.
Bids will be received
by IAP, Government Services Group on 8/12/2020 12:00 PM for OH1-20-0005
Henry County Courthouse. This project consists of inspecting and repairing
existing clock tower, Lady of Justice, repair roof and design rigging
system. This project is considered prevailing wage.
Walk is scheduled for 8/4/2020 10:30 AM.
details and to place your bid, visit IAP’s website at:
HENRY COUNTY SMALL BUSINESS RELIEF PROGRAM
The Grant Application is now closed.
attendees will need to email Sage Steichel by 8/3/2020 12:00 PM to gain
access to the facility at
following is information regarding SBA loans for businesses due to COVID-19.
We want to start getting the message out that Ohio business owners are now
eligible for this loan program. Just a couple highlights from the
guidance, interest rates for small businesses are 3.75%, private non-profit
is at 2.75%. The deadline for businesses wishing to apply is Dec. 20, 2020.
If you have any questions you can contact either Nick Nye or Tracy Busch