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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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Ohio Department of Transportation Releases its List of Projects for Guernsey County

JACKSONTOWN − The Ohio Department of Transportation is kicking off a record construction season, investing $2.8 billion into 950 road and bridge improvement projects across the state. Many of these projects are in District 5, which includes Coshocton, Guernsey, Muskingum and Perry counties.


Ohio State Highway Patrol Reminds Motorists to Stay Focused

COLUMBUS — April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the Ohio State Highway Patrol is urging motorists to commit to eliminating distractions while behind the wheel.


Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Wants to Strengthen Seat Belt Laws, GOP Lawmakers Not Interested

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is drafting a bill to strengthen seat belt laws and allow law enforcement officers to pull people over for not buckling up. Republican lawmakers aren’t interested, arguing that it goes against personal liberty.


Sixth Superload Rolls into Pickaway County

In an impressive feat of logistics, the journey of a colossal “super load” continues as it traverses from a dock along the Ohio River near Manchester in Adams County to its destination in New Albany, located in Licking County. This marks the sixth of approximately twenty such oversized loads set to undertake this remarkable voyage.


ODOT Launches Record $2.8 Billion Construction Season, Aims to Improve Roads and Bridges Statewide

COLUMBUS, Ohio— The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is launching its largest-ever construction season, pouring $2.8 billion into 950 projects aimed at improving roads and bridges throughout the state. Among these, 39 have been designated as “major projects,” each valued at over $10 million.

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 April 2024 

Bridge Workers, Supervisors & Engineers Conference

April 30 - May 1, 2024

Cherry Valley Hotel & Conference Center
2299 Cherry Valley Rd SE
Newark, Ohio

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Land Records Modernization Conference

May 21, 2024

Quest Conference Center
9200 Worthington Rd., Suite 400
Westerville, Ohio

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Ohio Bridge Conferenceā„¢

August 6 - 7, 2024

Marriott Columbus NW
Dublin, Ohio

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