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Fayette County Government
Fayette County is a rural county in southwest Ohio with a population of 29,030 (2010 Census) in 10 townships. The City of Washington Court House is the County seat. The County Board of Commissioners is the governing policy board. Information and services provided by the County may be selected from the Department Directory on the left.
Fayette County is providing this information as a public service. We hope this will allow you to use Fayette County services in a more convenient manner.
2015 Memorial Day - Fayette County Court House Washington Court House, Ohio
Photograph: Lee Photo/Garry Gohring
The history of any city, county or state is the record of the lives and deeds of those who have in various ways performed the duties of citizenship. In the complex system of society as it is today there is need for men in a great variety of occupations. It is fortunate that all men do not want to be preachers or teachers or lawyers ; that all men do not want to be farmers or blacksmiths or railroad men. There are hundreds of occupations in the United States today, and a town the size of Washington C. H. will have at least a hundred different occupations. An important industry which is found represented in every town of any size in the country is the retail meat market business and this city boasts of one of the best equipped retail meat markets in the state.
1888 Stock Sale - Court Street, Washington Court House
From "History of Fayette County Ohio - Her People, Industries and Institutions" by Frank M. Allen (1914, R. F. Bowen & Company, Inc.)
The FSS Family Self Sufficiency Program & News Letter
In 2014, Congress combined funding for the Public Housing FSS (PH FSS) and Housing Choice Voucher FSS (HCV FSS) programs into one program serving both populations. The Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) program enables families assisted through the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program, Public Housing (PH) residents, and residents of Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act-assisted housing to increase their earned income and reduce their dependency on welfare assistance and rental subsidies. Under the FSS program, low-income families are provided opportunities for education, job training, counseling and other forms of social service assistance, while living in assisted housing, so they can obtain skills necessary to achieve self-sufficiency.
Public Housing residents and HCV participants who are interested in the FSS program may click here to Learn More.
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Web Site Maintained by: Fayette County I.S. Department - Last Updated: August 2012
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