Summit County Court

See Summit County OH courts and search free public court records. Courts are legal institutions which resolve disputes between parties and rule on legal cases related to civil, criminal, and administrative matters.


Akron Municipal Court 217 South High Street Akron OH 44308 330-375-2572


Barberton Municipal Court 576 West Park Avenue Barberton OH 44203 330-861-7191

Boston Heights Mayor's Court 45 East Boston Mills Road Hudson OH 44236 330-650-4111

Cuyahoga Falls Municipal Court 2310 2nd Street Cuyahoga Falls OH 44221 330-564-4200

Fairlawn Mayor's Court 3487 South Smith Road Fairlawn OH 44333 330-668-9505

Macedonia Mayor's Court 9691 Valley View Road Macedonia OH 44056 330-468-8380

Northfield Mayor's Court 10455 Northfield Road Northfield OH 44067 330-467-7139

Norton Mayor's Court 4060 Columbia Woods Drive Norton OH 44203 330-825-7815

Peninsula Mayor's Court 1582 Main Street Peninsula OH 44264

Richfield Mayor's Court 4410 West Streetsboro Road Richfield OH 44286 330-659-9201

Stow Municipal Court 4400 Courthouse Drive Stow OH 44224 330-564-4200

Summit Common Pleas Court 209 South High Street Akron OH 44308 330-643-2219

Mogadore Mayor's Court 135 South Cleveland Avenue Mogadore OH 44260 9.0 miles from Summit County 330-628-6295

Kent Municipal Court 214 South Water Street Kent OH 44240 9.4 miles from Summit County 330-678-9100

Wadsworth Municipal Court 120 Maple Street Wadsworth OH 44281 12.0 miles from Summit County 330-335-1596

Doylestown Mayor's Court 24 South Portage Street Doylestown OH 44230 13.6 miles from Summit County 330-658-6582

Brecksville Mayor's Court 9069 Brecksville Road Brecksville OH 44141 14.2 miles from Summit County 440-526-4351

Broadview Heights Mayor's Court 9543 Broadview Road Broadview Heights OH 44147 14.8 miles from Summit County 440-526-4895

Hartville Mayor's Court 202 West Maple Street Hartville OH 44632 15.2 miles from Summit County 330-877-9222

Portage Municipal Court 203 West Main Street Ravenna OH 44266 15.3 miles from Summit County 330-297-3632

About Courts

A court is a judicial body charged with resolving violations of a legal right. Judicial courts are created by the government and enforce the law by hearing civil and criminal matters.

Court records are available to the public. Court documents contain valuable information on a range of legal issues, including felony and misdemeanor cases, traffic accident reports, tax court records, and more. Many court records are available online.