1. NEW 2022 Ashtabula County Plat Book NOW Available

    Nov. 10, 2021

    The NEW and updated 2022 version of the Ashtabula County Plat Book is now available for $25 + tax at Ashtabula County - OSU Extension Office located at 39 Wall Street in Jefferson. This full color edition makes the perfect gift for the hunter, hiker or outdoorsman! Traditional landownership maps by township and range, a landowner index for easy cross referencing, and other county information are all available in the new plat book. Premium wall maps are also available. Visit for digital versions of Ashtabula County landowner maps.

  2. 2021 Ashtabula County 4-H Awards

    Oct. 25, 2021

    Congratulations to the 2021 Ashtabula County 4-H Awards recipients. 

    This year's award winners were recognized October 23 at a special event held at Jefferson United Methodist Church following the County 4-H Conference. 

  3. 2021 Junior Fair Show Results

    Sep. 02, 2021

    View the 2021 Ashtabula County Jr. Fair Show Results here. 

  4. 2021 Ohio State Qualifiers

    Jul. 14, 2021

    Congratulations to all those that participated in 4-H General Projects, Sewing & Foods County Project Interviews and Evaluation July 10! 

    The list of Ohio State Fair Delegates and Alternates may be found here. 

  5. Summer Meals for Children Still Available

    Jun. 18, 2020

    The USDA Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was established to fill the gap when children lose access to meals when schools are closed. Most often this occurs during summer vacation. However, during school closures related to the pandemic, meals are also being made available. You have the opportunity to supplement the food you have at home with meals and snacks for your children from local schools and community organizations.

  6. Ashtabula Ag Day 2019 Video

    May. 31, 2019

    Ashtabula Ag Day is the county's youth agricultural education event. This year, every first grader in Ashtabula County was invited to attend Ag Day 2019 on Friday, May 10th. On that Friday, there were around 1,025 students of the class of 2030, consisting of 52 different classrooms, in attendance for this year’s event, located at the Ashtabula County Fairgrounds.