1) For your first search, enter a search term into only one search box (Example: put clev in Road name)
2) You can click on a blue column header to sort the results in that column by alphabetical order.
3) You can view any road record by clicking "View". If there is more than one page of results, page navigation will appear above the table
Suggested Searching and Sorting Method
For your first search, type
your search term into only one search box (such as "Road
name") at a time and and click "Search" or press "Enter" on your keyboard. Entering search terms in multiple search boxes at
the same time will limit your number of responses and is not
recommended until you are very familiar with the system. Since all
search terms must be found, entering extra search terms may eliminate
some results that you actually wanted.
You may sort the results of the search by clicking on a blue column
header at the top of a column (Note: click on the actual column
header itself), such as "Townships" to sort the results in
that column by alphabetical order. This method will also sort the
results in the column "Road number" by alphabetical-number
order ("1," "14" and "1234" all start
Then, scroll down to the desired Township or re-sort the results by
clicking another column header such as date.
Individual records maybe viewed by clicking on the blue “view”
button next to the Road name. Next the scanned images maybe viewed or
downloaded by clicking on the appropriate button above the thumbnail
Note: This program will give results that contain any letter or number used
as a search term. For instance, entering the word "cleve"
in the "Road name" search box will give results for any
road name with the letters "cleve" in it, such as "Akron
Cleveland Road", "Cleveland-Massillon Road" or any
other road name in our archive with the letters "cleve" in
This same logic is also true with numbers such as using the
numbers 50"as search terms in the "Road number" search
box. The results will be all the roads in our archive that contain
the number "50" in it such as "50", "506",
"50a", "2450" and so on.
To ensure the best possible results try various search terms such as:
current road name, former road name(s) or highway number.
"Road Name" can have multiple search terms. So, if you type "cle mas" in the search box,
only Road Names that match both 'cle' and 'mas' will be returned. While this is handy for narrowing down results, you could narrow them so much that you eliminate records that you actually wished to see. For example, if you enter 'cle mass road',
"Cleveland-Massillon Rd" would not be among the records returned (no match for "road".)
Current and former State routes and some Interstates may be found by entering
the route number in the “Road Name” field. (5, 8, 14, 18,
21, 59, 76, 77, 82, 91, 93, 162, 176, 224, 241, 261, 271, 277, 303,
359, 526, 532, 619, 631, 764) State Routes may also be listed under
their “common road name” (ex.: SR 93 is also Manchester
: current (or former) name of road
: county highway or township highway number. Not all roads have their
road number listed. Additionally the road number is not the same as a
State Route Number (example; Road number 77 is Schocalog Road not
: the township or city that the road passes through. Note; some of the
data is abbreviated.
: a short description of thetype of record.
: the approximate beginning and end of the road section.
: date of the plans
: number of actual pages/images in our record, Not all records are
: number of sheets listed in the record.
: plan/record ID and type of record.
: if the plan is known to be at the Summit County Recorder’s
Office, the recording information is listed.
on the large blue "Report" button to download the entire
data table you just created, sorted in the order you specified, in an