ALAN BRUBAKER - SUMMIT COUNTY ENGINEER
Mission Statement - Our mission is to serve the Summit County Community by maintaining and improving our region’s infrastructure, encouraging economic development, and ensuring a safe and efficient transportation system while protecting the environment.
DANIEL M. HORRIGAN - SUMMIT COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS
The Summit County Clerk of Courts Office is comprised of two Divisions - Legal and Title. The Clerk of Courts - Legal Division maintains records for the Summit County Common Pleas Court - General Division, the Summit County Domestic Relations Court, and the Ninth District Court of Appeals. The Clerk of Courts - Title Division, with three offices throughout Summit County, is responsible for issuing Certificates of Title for watercraft and motor vehicle owners throughout the region.
STEVE BARRY - SUMMIT COUNTY SHERIFF
The Sheriff sees the Summit County Sheriff's Office as different from others. All our personnel in uniform are sworn personnel. Each one is a Deputy. In fact, each Deputy begins service with a three or four year stint as a member of the Corrections staff at the County Jail and then, through seniority, moves on to patrol duty and the Detective Bureau.
RUSSELL M. PRY - SUMMIT COUNTY EXECUTIVE
The Office of the Summit County Executive consists of several departments, all created to be of help to you. Take a look. If you don't find the information or services you are looking for, please contact the appropriate department and ask for assistance or express your opinion. You'll find contact information in each department area.
SHERRI BEVAN WALSH - SUMMIT COUNTY PROSECUTOR
Responsible for the prosecution of criminals charged with felony offenses and juvenile delinquents. Also responsible for enforcing child support orders and protecting neglected or abused children. Job duties include providing legal advice to Summit County Townships and governmental entities and representing the County of Summit and all County agencies. In addition, job duties include the supervision of approximately 300 employees who are assigned to the various divisions of the Summit County Prosecutor’s Office: Criminal Division, Civil Division, Juvenile Division, Appeals Division, Crime Victim Services Division, Tax Division and Child Support Enforcement Agency.
SUMMIT COUNTY COUNCIL
The County Council is the eleven-member legislative authority, taxing authority and policy-making body of the Summit County government. All Council and Committee Meetings begin at 4:30 p.m. All meetings are held in the Council Chambers, located in The Ohio Building, 175 South Main Street, Akron, Ohio.