Clinton County Auditor | Clinton County, Ohio

The Director of Agriculture is the State Sealer of Weights and Measures. Visit their site here, https://agri.ohio.gov/divisions/weights-and-measures.

The County Auditor serves as the Sealer of Weights and Measures for the County. According to the Ohio Revised Code, Section 319.55, “The Auditor shall see that all state laws relating to weights and measures are strictly enforced throughout his county, and shall assist generally in the prosecution of all violations of such laws.”

The County Auditor is responsible for testing the accuracy of weighing and measuring devices used in the purchase and sale of commodities.

The Clinton County Weights and Measures Department inspects many devices for accuracy each year. These devices include gas pumps, deli scales, vehicle scales, fuel oil truck meters, and liquid propane meters, among others.


All Weights and Measures inspectors are required to receive annual training from the Ohio Department of Agriculture, Division of Weights and Measures. Inspectors must complete a series of 20 tests and two exams with a minimum score of 80 percent or higher, as well as attend 18 hours of continued development classes per year to maintain certification.

Remember to look for our seal on weighing and measuring devices for your protection.
If in doubt on any weighing and measuring matter, please contact the Clinton County Auditor’s Weights and Measures Department at 937-382-2250, press 0 and ask for Eric.