The Lorain County Administration Building is comprised of six floors, and houses many county offices which are easily accessible to the public. The building is located at 226 Middle Ave., in the heart of Downtown Elyria near picturesque Ely Square. Please click the map belowto view the surrounding area and acquire detailed directions for your route. For additional directions, please call the County's Automated Switchboard at (440) 329-5000 for assistance. If you need help finding a County office or department, please refer to our comprehensive Building Directory or the Government Directory.
From I-90: Exit at Route 57:
Head south on SR 57 to Elyria. When SR 57 veers off, keep going straight on Gateway Boulevard until you reach 3rd Street. Turn left (East) and follow through until you reach Middle Avenue. The Administration Building is on your left and parking for the public is in the lot on the corner of 3rd Street and Middle Avenue.
From 480: Exit to Ohio Turnpike:
(80-Turnpike) To Exit 8 (SR 57). Head south until 57 veers off. Stay straight as 57 turns into Gateway Boulevard. Turn left at 3rd Street and head East until you reach Middle Avenue. The Administration Building is on your left and parking is available in the lot on the corner of 3rd Street and Middle Avenue.
From Routes 10/20: Exit at Grafton Road:
Turn right (North) and follow Grafton Rd. into Elyria until you reach 4th Street. Turn left (West) and go 1 block to Middle Avenue. Turn right (North) and the Administration Building is ahead of you on the right.
PARKING INFORMATION & RELATED-QUESTIONS
Free Parking is limited for visitors, in the lot on the corner of 3rd Street and Middle Ave. Additional public parking is available in the Washington Ave. lot and for $2.00 in the lot near the Lorain County Transportation & Community Center, off Depot St. Please download or print our Parking Map of Downtown Elyria for your trip. For questions about parking accommodations, please call (440) 329-5111 or email email@example.com.
Disclaimer: Although we make every effort to keep our maps and directions up-to-date, errors may occur due to unforeseen changes in County office locations and traffic patterns. All County Departments and related agencies are responsible for submitting address changes and corrections. For more information, please call Meghan Wawak at (440) 329-5460, or send a detailed email to firstname.lastname@example.org.