Welcome to the City of Jackson, Ohio

Lillian Jones Museum Jackson County is very fortunate to have its own historical and cultural museum which provides unique opportunities for residents and visitors alike. The home formerly owned by Lillian Jones, whose family was active in the early business and social past of Jackson County, was left to be used as a museum to encourage and preserve the history of Jackson County. In addition to preserving the history of the area, the museum strives to implement new programs, exhibits, and events of interest for the education and enjoyment of the community.
Economic Development The Appalachian region of Ohio is committed to expanding its business, workforce and technological resources while preserving its hometown charm, unique culture and scenic beauty.
Ohio Department of Natural Resources The history of the Department of Natural Resources is rich and varied, beginning with its creation by the Ohio Legislature in 1949. At that time, the department was charged with the responsibility of formulating and putting into execution a long term comprehensive plan and program for the development and wise use of the natural resources of the state, to the end that the health, happiness and wholesome enjoyment of life of the people of Ohio may be further encouraged.
Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce The Jackson Area Chamber Of Commerce has been a leader in the Jackson business area since it was formed on July 3, 1911, and has enjoyed great success in the last decade.
Jackson City Library The Jackson City Library Local History/Genealogy collection contains material on the local history and genealogy of Jackson County:
  • Cemetery Records
  • Family History
  • Jackson Newspapers 1858 to present
  • Federal Census 1820-1920
  • Local History
  • Births and Deaths 1867-1906; Marriages 1816-1866
  • Family records compiled by the Jackson County Ohio Genealogy Society. The Jackson County Genealogical Society, PO Box 807, Jackson, OH 45460, meets at the Jackson City Library the third Monday of every month.
Jackson City Schools Jackson School District
Wellston City Schools Wellston School District
Oak Hill Union Local Schools Oak Hill Union School District
City of Wellston
The Telegram
Jackson County Airport FAA INFORMATION
Jackson County Apple Festival It is known and revered throughout Ohio and beyond, the perfect fall festival, the quintessential homecoming event. It is the Jackson County Apple Festival. The Jackson County Apple Festival has been welcoming people into Jackson from near and far for 64 years and become one of the largest and most respected festivals in Ohio. While there have been many changes over the years, still there are many things that are still the same, the reason why so many Jackson natives who have left the home of their youth come home every year the third week in September so they and now their families can enjoy the Apple Festival once more.
Jackson County Health Department The Jackson County Health Department provides a broad range of health promotion and preventive health services to the residents and visitors of Jackson County. The cities of Jackson and Wellston contract with the health district to form a Combined General Health District. The cities of Jackson and Wellston along with the twelve townships, the villages of Coalton and Oak Hill and the president of the County Commissioners all are involved in appointing Board of Health members. The Board of Health establishes public health policies and monitors and directs the programs and services of the health department.
Troop 48 Boy Scouts
Jackson Historical Society
Henderson Arena Henderson Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena used primarily for horse events. It is conveniently located in the rolling Appalachian hills of Southern Ohio just 10 miles West of Jackson. The arena facility is available for rentals and also used for events organized by arena owners' Jerry, Beverly Henderson. In addition to horse shows, barrel races, rodeos, calf roping, and reining events, the arena also hosts non-horse events such as moto-crosses. For visitors' convenience there is also a full-line western wear store next to the arena and 3 miles away is a full-line saddle and feed store.