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Superintendents & Mechanics Conference and Trade Show - Information Coming Soon!

Superintendents & Mechanics Conference and Trade Show - Information Coming Soon!

The Superintendents and Mechanics Conference will be on Wednesday, October 20 and Thursday, October 21 at Deer Creek State Park Lodge. Registration is coming soon!

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Upcoming Events

 September 2021 
September 15-17, 2021

2021 Ohio GIS Conference™

Hyatt Regency
Columbus, Ohio

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October 20-21, 2021

CEAO Superintendents & Mechanics Conference & Trade Show

Deer Creek Lodge & Conference Center
Mt. Sterling, Ohio

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Latest News


Sen. Brown's federal infrastructure funding bill could help county officials be more proactive on bridge repairs

County bridges in need of repairs are often identified 10 to 12 years before they become “critical," said Mahoning County Engineer Pat Ginnetti. “We want to get it done before that."


Commissioners weighing options for ARPA funds

WAVERLY- According to the National Association of Counties, Pike County is set to receive $5.4 million through the American Rescue Plan. How those funds are spent comes down eligibility requirements and action taken by the Pike County Commissioners.

During Thursday’s commissioners meeting, County Engineer Denny Salisbury asked if a portion of those funds could go towards his office.


Roundabout close to Springboro elementary nearing completion

The long awaited completion of a Clearcreek Twp. roundabout near a Springboro elementary is expected to completed by the end of this month.

The Warren County Engineer’s Office closed the intersection of Lytle-Five Points and Bunnell Hill roads near Five Points Elementary on April 5 to construct the roundabout as well as realigning Red Lion-Five Points Road with Bunnell Hill Road. Once completed, the new roundabout and realigned roads will improve traffic flow, reduce traffic congestion and reduce high impact accidents.


Final estimate for Black Fork clean-up expected May 31, says engineer

MANSFIELD -- A final cost estimate for clearing and maintaining an 18-mile section of the Black Fork river near Shelby will be reported May 31, 2022, according to Richland County Engineer Adam Gove.


Sen. Brown visits Dayton to discuss regional infrastructure spending

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) visited Dayton to discuss how the Bridge Investment Act will help put Ohioans to work repairing, replacing and upgrading old infrastructure in the region.

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