The Huron County Engineer's Office is composed of 31 hard working employees, who probably are your neighbors and friends, that have a stake in the welfare of the county they live in.
They do a mixture of administrative, engineering, maintenance of infrastructure, equipment, roadway and bridge construction to make Huron County's transportation system safe, reliable and designed to handle the latest equipment that is ever increasing in size in our county's largest industry, Agriculture. The Huron County Engineer's office is responsible for the maintenance and repair of 223 miles of road, 406 bridges and with an annual budget of 4.8 million dollars.
Our mission at the Huron County Engineer's Office is to keep the county transportation system of roads and bridges at the highest level of maintenance and operation.
Chief of Staff
Manager, Engineering Department
Gary started in the Engineering department in 1989 as a Survey Tech II and in 2000 he was promoted to Engineering Manager. He lives in Norwalk with his wife Lisa. They have two daughters, Lydia, attends the University of Findlay and Grace a student at St. Paul High School. Gary is also the St. Paul Girls Softball Assistant Coach.
Gary joined the Engineer's Office in March of 2019.
Tracy has been with the Engineer's Office for 16 years.
Highway Worker III
Bill has been employed at the Engineer's Office for 16 years.
Survey Tech 2
Mike has been employed at the Engineer's Office for 18 1/2 years as a Survey Tech 2. He and his wife Erin, a 4th grade teacher with Plymouth Shiloh have 4 children: Malachi, Mallory and twins Elijah & Ethan.
Highway Worker II
Justin has been working at the Engineer's Office for 2 years.
Mike has been employed with the Engineer's Office for 27 years.
Kelly has worked for the Engineer's Office for 17 years. She and her husband Scot live in Norwalk with their 2 children.
Nicole has been employed with the Engineer's Office for 24 years.