17229 Hunkadora Road, Caldwell, OH 43724 (740) 732-4504
Noble County is located in the southeastern portion of the state. State Routes 78, 146, 215, and 340 cross the county east and west, and Interstate Highway 77, and State Routes 83, 147, 260, 285, 513, 564, and 821 run north and south.
Part of Ohio’s Appalachian region, Noble County is primarily a rural, farming area. It was the last of the 88 counties to be formed in the State.
Major attractions in Noble County include Wayne National Forest; Wolf Run Lake and State Park; Seneca Lake; St. Mary’s Church; Creative Arts Center; Johnny Appleseed Memorial; Heritage Park; and a memorial commemorating the wreck of the USN dirigible, the Shenandoah.
County Manager: Dave Lawrence
Transportation Manager: Dan Carpenter