Erected in 1898, the Miami County Courthouse, made of pressed brick, a foundation of Carthage Limestone, oak interior, and a slate roof with a tower extending to a height of 115 feet, is home to the 6th Judicial District Court and the County Attorney's Office. In the early 1970's the Courthouse underwent a major remodeling to modernize its interior while preserving its integrity and landmark stature. To meet the rapid growth of Miami County a new Administration Building was built directly across the street (east) from the Courthouse. The Administration Building houses the offices of the Community Development, County Commission, County Administrator, County Clerk, County Treasurer, County Register of Deeds, County Appraiser, Engineering Services, Administrative Services, and Economic Development. Additional county facilities include the County Sheriff's Office / Jail, EMS, Community Health, and Public Works Division.
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