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Norwalk, OH 44857
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THE HURON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE AT: 419-668-6912
Berlin Township, Erie County and Townsend Township, Huron County – The Erie County Engineer’s Office and The Huron County Engineer’s Office, in conjunction with federal transportation funding provided by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), is proposing to realign the horizontal curve on Erie County Road 58 (Ceylon Road) and Huron County Road 58 (Hartland Center Road) in Berlin Township, Erie County and Townsend Township, Huron County.
The curve realignment will require a full closure of Ceylon Road and Hartland Center Road. The detour route for northbound traffic will be Wells Rd. west to SR 61 north to SR 113 east, and the reverse for southbound traffic. A local detour will be posted for Nash Road to be accessible from the east. It is preliminarily anticipated the detour will last for approximately 60 days. Proposed work for the replacement will require new right-of-way. Construction is anticipated to take place in 2021.
Written comments concerning the proposed project may be mailed to Mike Farrell, P.E., Project Engineer, Erie County Engineer’s Office, 2700 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, OH 44870. You may also contact by telephone at (419) 627-7710 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any comments must be received by Friday, October 26, 2019.
The environmental review, consultation, and other actions required by applicable Federal environmental laws for this project are being, or have been, carried out by the Ohio Department of Transportation pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 327 and a Memorandum of Understanding dated December 11, 2015, and executed by FHWA and ODOT.
The Ohio Revised Code requires that each Ohio County Engineer publish an annual report to the commissioners outlining the general condition of the roads and bridges in their county.
Below is a link to the recently released 2018 Huron County Engineer's Office Annual Report.
The Huron County Engineer’s office is responsible for snow and ice control on 225 miles of county roads. The County road system is broken into 7 or 8 plow routes depending on the severity of the storm with each route taking approximately 4 hours to complete. These routes combined can cost up to $6,000 for labor, equipment and material to clear snow and ice. The routes require our trucks to travel over 500 miles, use 150 gallons of fuel and spread 240,000lbs of a salt/grit mixture. We have 10 plow trucks at the ready and are staffed to be able to plow 24 hours a day 7 days a week! The map below shows the Huron County Engineer’s Office plow routes. All other roads not in color are the responsibility of other entities; Ohio Department of Transportation, Cities, Villages and Townships.
Huron County Map
The latest edition of our Huron County road map has arrived. To view a PDF version of map see below:
Huron County Map - Front
Huron County Map - Back