We welcome you back in person for the following upcoming conferences! Registration will be opening soon for these events:
2021 Ohio Bridge Conference
August 10-11, 2021
Marriott NW, Dublin, OH
2021 Ohio Bridge Conference. Attendance for this conference is comprised of bridge engineers, county engineers, and consultants from counties and organizations throughout Ohio.
Conference registration will open in Mid-June.
2021 Ohio GIS Conference™
September 15-17, 2021 (Wednesday-Friday)
Hyatt Regency Columbus – Columbus, Ohio
The 2021 Ohio GIS Conference™ is an opportunity for you to share your experience with hundreds of Ohio’s most knowledgeable GIS professionals, decision-makers, and technicians, all of whom are waiting to hear what you have to say.
Past presentation topics have covered subjects ranging from Mobile Mapping, Open Source Technology, and Transportation to Health and Safety, Property Appraisal, Economic Development, and Spatial Modeling techniques.
Take advantage of this opportunity to attend the largest gathering of Federal, State, Local, and Private Industry GIS Professionals, Developers, and Partners in Ohio.
Registration will open in mid-June.
Improving safety and traffic control are the top reasons why the city and Wayne County plan to install roundabouts at two more intersections.
NEW PHILADELPHIA Work is expected to begin around Aug. 4 on emergency repairs to the bridge over Beaverdam Creek on University Drive.
With warmer weather and work returning to normal, road construction seems like it's at an all-time high in the Mahoning Valley.
A paving project that's going on in areas of Mahoning Avenue has caused some temporary delays and some have asked, why can't work be done in the evening when there is less traffic?
21 News went to Mahoning County Engineer Pat Ginnetti for answers.
The Franklin County Engineer’s office is planning to resurface nearly 37 miles of roads this year, in addition to other roadway and bridge projects set to begin this summer.
LISBON — The largest statistical inland port district in the U.S. has been approved by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, and Columbiana is one of the 16 counties that is included.