All 411 square miles of Shelby County, Ohio’s history is now available right at your fingertips!
Located in west central Ohio and founded in 1819, Shelby County is home to one city, eight villages, and fourteen townships.
Originally part of the Northwest Territory with the Greenville Treaty Line dividing the pioneers from the Native American settlements, Shelby County has a history that goes deeper than our roots in agriculture and manufacturing.
Shelby County received its name to honor Kentucky’s governor and officer in the Revolutionary War, General Isaac Shelby.
So come discover a culture with a unique history that calls Shelby County its home, where families come to grow and opportunities are endless!