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Since 1940, the County Engineers Association of Ohio has worked to unify its members in providing the highest quality transportation, drainage, surveying and land record keeping services. From the safe and efficient movement of people, goods and services to continuing land development needs, CEAO strives to construct solutions for many challenges to Ohio's local infrastructure. Ohio County Engineers are responsible for 26,081 bridges and 28,970 miles of urban and rural roadways that are vital to the combined growth of jobs and prosperity in the state of Ohio.

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4th of July Events, Parades and Fireworks in Greater Cincinnati

Our nation's Independence Day falls midweek this year, so hang out your stars and stripes bunting and put on your party pants because the celebrations begin early and run into the weekend.

Here's a look at all the Fourth of July festivals, concerts and fireworks displays happening around Greater Cincinnati this year. Party responsibly, America!


FEMA Disaster Recovery Center Prepares to Close Following Deadly March Tornadoes

LOGAN COUNTY, Ohio — 60 days ago, a federal disaster was declared in Ohio following a March tornado outbreak that killed three people and damaged homes and businesses across multiple counties. 

FEMA, or the Federal Emergency Management Agency, provided updates on the ongoing recovery efforts Monday; meanwhile, the area hardest hit by the March 14 tornadoes - Logan County - will see its FEMA Disaster Recovery Center close on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.


$100K State Grant to Pay for New Roofs at Ashland County Fairgrounds

ASHLAND — The Ashland County Fairgrounds plans to put new roofs on three buildings this year thanks to a state grant. 

The fairgrounds is set to receive $106,831.54 from the Ohio’s County and Independent Fair Grant Program, which was established to support upgrades to grounds — from electrical and sanitation systems to ADA accommodations. 



How Franklin and Neighboring Counties are Celebrating July 4th

Since 1776, Americans everywhere have reaped the benefits of independence, and since 1870, July Fourth has been officially recognized as our Independence Day. With this comes barbecuing, marching in parades and gathering to watch colors explode in the sky above us. 

If you’re looking to do any of that this year, here are some of the best ways to celebrate in central Ohio.



Landsman Awarded "Disabled American Verterans' Legislator of the Year"

WARREN COUNTY, OH -- Warren County's Congressman Greg Landsman (D-OH-01) was awarded Legislator of the Year at the 103rd Ohio Disabled American Veterans Convention in Columbus on Saturday. The congressman was recognized for his support to veterans and their families across Ohio and the nation.

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 June 2024 

Ohio Bridge Conference™

August 6 - 7, 2024

Marriott Columbus NW
Dublin, Ohio

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Ohio GIS Conference™

September 23 - 24, 2024

Hilton Polaris/Columbus
8700 Lyra Dr.
Columbus, Ohio

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Superintendents & Mechanics Conference

October 29 - 30, 2024

Deer Creek State Park Lodge & Conference Center
22300 State Park Rd. #20
Mt. Sterling, Ohio

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