Columbiana County Courthouse

The Columbiana County Courthouse was built in 1871 and was designed by Cleveland architect H.E. Myer in Italianate style architecture. The building is constructed of stone and features a square clock tower with a statue of Lady Justice standing on top.

In 1934, the courthouse’s mansard roof and cornice were replaced with a flat roof, and an addition was made to the rear of the building. Located at 105 South Market St. in the county seat of Lisbon, the courthouse is still in use today and houses the Columbiana County Court of Common Pleas and its probate and domestic relations courts.

Columbiana County is named after explorer Christopher Columbus, who was the first European to discover America.