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Primary Purpose of Department/Agency:

The Hocking County Engineer's Office has the responsibility of all maintenance, repair, widening, resurfacing, reconstruction and construction of all roads and bridges on the 211-mile county highway system. This includes in part: 470 acres of pavement; 1,200 acres of road right-of-way, 264 bridges, thousands of feet of culvert, 422 miles of roadside ditches, and thousands of road signs and traffic control devises.

The Hocking County Engineer is also the engineering advisor for all the Township Trustees for the maintenance, repair, widening, resurfacing, and reconstruction of their 395-mile Township road system. The bridges on Township roads are the responsi5ility of the County Engineer.

The County Engineer's Drafting and Mapping Department updates property owner and road maps, assigns house numbers and checks survey and deeds for accuracy.

 

Future plans for Department/Agency:

Continue our primary mission to do our best to continue to improve our County road and bridge system and to construct and maintain a network of arterial highways into and through Hocking County while also preserving the natural beauty Hocking County has to offer.

 

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