EricBeckThe Office of the County Engineer provides a variety of important services to the traveling public. These are largely funded by the purchase of license plates and by gasoline taxes. There are 423 bridges and over 500 miles of public right of way - all the responsibility of the County Engineer. These responsibilities include design, construction , inspection, maintenance and study which result in safety improvements or regulations in compliance with State law.

We constantly collect data concerning taxes, utility and boundary location, as well as traffic related information. This data has always been available to the public, but only at a central location or, in the case of traffic data, by telephone. We hope to present as much of this information as is practical on this site. Some types of data will require a users fee which will vary according to type of data and media requested. The Engineer's Office accepts cash, check, Mastercard, VISA, Discover and American Express. A minimum convenience fee of $2.00 will be charged to all electronic payments. Other types of data will be available for download free of charge.

The Engineer's Office is required to provide survey-related services which include surveying, record keeping, providing tax maps, reviewing deeds and maintaining necessary data for the Cincinnati Area Geographic Information System (CAGIS). Over 170 people of various skills and disciplines are employed here. Engineers, Surveyors, Drafting Technicians, CAD Technicians, Traffic Analysts, Construction Inspectors, Clerk Specialists, Traffic Signal Electricians, Construction Equipment Operators and Mechanics are all necessary for this Office to complete it's tasks in a professional and timely manner.

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