Licking County Commissioners are seeking qualifications for a variety of Engineering and Architectural Services over the next twelve (12) months.
The cleaned records are now part of the department’s permanent collection and are available to the public. They include Auditor and Treasurer tax duplicates, and Clerk of Courts court dockets, naturalizations, and partition records, among others. The earliest record in the project dates to 1834, just 26 years after Licking County was established.
Licking County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) meets the 2nd Thursday every other month (Odd months). The meetings are held at 783 Irving Wick Dr. W (Licking County EOC). The meeting starts at 10:30 and usually runs 1-2 hours depending on agenda. The Committee is made up of both private and public sector employees. Proper notice will be made if meeting dates and times change.
Licking County surplus items are auctioned off monthly on GovDeals.com. Did you know, Licking County sells its surplus items from the 1st through the 15th of every month?