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2015 Paving & Bridge Replacement Program
The County Engineer plans to pave approximately 18 miles and replace several bridges throughout Licking County. Please note that the dates and locations may change due to unforeseen circumstances. As these dates and/or locations change a new map will be provided.
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(Map Updated: 7/7/2015)
2014 Annual Report

2014 County Highway Map

County Roads with Reduced Load Limits

MS4 Changes
As of April 1, 2014, the Licking County Soil and Water Conservation District (LCSWCD) will manage the MS4 Program for Licking County and Others (our MS4 Partnership). Please see information on their web site:

The following information and documents will remain here during the Program's transition to the LCSWCD:
NOTICE: Proposed Property Transfer Standards
Mission Statement
The mission of The Licking County Engineer's Office is to provide prompt, courteous service to the public, while fulfilling our obligations set forth by the Laws of Ohio in the most efficient and cost effective manner possible.
Assistant Engineer-Kurt Simross
GIS Director - Kim Christian
Roadway Engineer - Jared Knerr P.E., P.S
Construction Projects Manager - Ty Yoho
Highway Superintendent - Ernie Denman
Administrative Assistant - Amber Cramer
Administrative Secretary - Janet Chapin
Bridge Engineer - Michael Bline P.E.
Assistant Superintendent - Larry Jacks
Income Sources
The Licking County Engineer's Office operates with two primary sources of income. The County's proportionate share of vehicle registration fees in the county. And the County's proportionate share of gasoline tax from sales at the gas pumps. The annual operating budget of the Licking County Engineer's Office is approximately $7.3 million. The primary use of the budget is to operate the County Tax Map Department and the County Highway Maintenance Department.
Highway Maintenance Department
Licking County is the third largest county in the State of Ohio with 688 square miles. The County Engineer is responsible for 421 miles of highway and 436 bridges throughout the county.
Maintain a safe and passable highway and infrastructure system throughout Licking County.
  • Annual road resurfacing
  • Bridge repair and replacement
  • Culvert repair and replacement
  • Right of way maintenance
  • Snow and ice removal
  • Sign maintenance and traffic control upgrades

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20 S. Second Street
Newark, Ohio 43055
740-670-5295 Fax
Highway Department

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