Warren County Engineer’s Office Warning Motorists of Possible Flooding in Roadways throughout the County

Published 02/07/2019

Lebanon, Ohio – Warren County – The Warren County Engineer’s Office is asking motorists to not drive in floodwaters. "Water levels are high throughout the county, rain is still coming down and more is expected,” says Deputy of Operations of the County Highway Department, Mark Dawson. Some county roads have been closed due to flooding and motorists are asked to drive with caution and be prepared for water in the roadway, especially in low lying areas, areas with poor drainage, and near waterways.

For more information, contact WCEO at (513) 695-3302.

About the Warren County Engineer
County Engineers in Ohio are required by law to be registered as both Professional Engineers (P.E.) and Professional Surveyors (P.S.) They are responsible for the maintenance and construction of county roads and maintenance and construction of bridges on county roads, township roads, and certain streets within municipalities. They are also responsible for maintaining land surveying records, checking the accuracy and adequacy of recorded land transfer documents, and establishing or re-establishing certain land survey monuments.

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