The Mulberry Building is home to the Richland County Engineer and the Auto Title department.
The Richland County Engineer is responsible for designing, building and maintaining the county highway system. This includes 355 miles of county roads and 359 county and township bridges. In addition to these duties, the County Engineer also oversees subdivision development and regulations, tax mapping, ditch petitions and cleaning, waterway drainage, annexation and vacation review, and serves as an advising engineer to the township trustees.
Provides titles for motor vehicles, watercraft and manufactured homes.