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Population: 294,324
Area: 493 sq. miles
County Seat: Elyria
Area Code(s): 440
Time Zone: Eastern

Lorain County was organized in 1822 from parts of adjoining counties, and formally established in 1824. Its northern border is Lake Erie. Bordering counties include Cuyahoga on the east, Medina on the southeast, Ashland on the south, Huron on the southwest, and Erie on the northwest. Lorain, the largest city, has a population of 64,000. Elyria, the county seat, has a population of 54,000. Lorain County has 7 other cities, 7 villages, and 18 townships. With nearly half of its area consisting of the waters of Lake Erie, it is the fourth largest county in Ohio. The territory of Lorain County was originally part of the Connecticut Western Reserve, an area originally claimed by Connecticut and later sold to private land developers. The county is named for the Alsace-Lorraine region of France, where early settler Herman Ely has spent some time. Take a look at the categories below for a multitude of public records and documents, including tax records, an unclaimed funds listing, and historical documents. [1]

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