ABOUT NOBLE COUNTY
- Noble is located in the heart of the Marcellus & Utica Shale Play. The county is bisected by north-south I-77 which connects Cleveland with the south.
- One-half hour north of the center of the county is east-west I-70, one of the nation’s busiest interstate. State highways in the county include routes 78, 285, 564 and 821. The Ohio River, with the ability to provide low-cost bulk transportation, is 25 miles to the south of the county.
- Noble County, Ohio is a great place for businesses to develop and grow. Complemented by the regional educational institutions adept at designing workforce training programs, the county’s most important asset is its citizens who provide a stable, willing, and dedicated workforce.
Fun Fact: Noble County is home to the first oil well in North America: the Thorla-McKee Well (commemorated in the local Caldwell Park).