As a local public works agency headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, the Franklin County Engineer's Office is responsible for the maintenance and construction of 271 miles of county roadway and 351 county bridges, as well as upkeep of all county ditches, drains, retention basins, and other storm water facilities within the right-of-way of county roads in unincorporated areas. To meet the continuing development and infrastructure needs of Franklin County, the Engineer's Office utilizes the latest technologies for determining and maintaining roadway centerlines and boundaries; retracing and setting new monuments for original public land surveys; preparing geographic information system mapping for real estate tax assessments; and establishing precise countywide horizontal and vertical control to maintain uniformity in construction, surveying, and mapping.
Meet Brent Welch! He's been with FCEO for 10 years and currently works as our Chief Financial Officer. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf, watching football, and spending time with family and friends. Thanks, Brent for being #TeamFCEO! #WorkerWednesday
After last week’s rainy weather and warmer temperatures over the recent days, we are likely to see increased mosquito activity. Here are some tips to help reduce the likelihood that you will be bitten. Visit https://mosquito.myfcph.org/ for more resources.
Our offices are closed today in observance of Memorial Day. We take this day to remember those who lost their lives serving our country. County Engineer Cornell Robertson extends his support to the families who’ve lost loved ones in the line of duty. #MemorialDay
The Trabue Rd. Bridge over Norfolk Southern Railroad improvement project is well underway. The contractor, Complete General, has removed the existing structure and completed drainage improvements. Installation of the new beams is ongoing. The project is expected to be complete in late Summer 2020. Thanks Complete General for your continued hard work!
It’s been a wet, rainy week and some of us may have experienced some flooding. Franklin County Public Health has provided a few tips to help keep you safe as you recover from a flood. For more resources on flood cleanup, visit myfcph.org.