Hancock County Engineer

The Duties of the Engineer

The duties of the County Engineer are varied. According to the Ohio Revised Code, which governs the operation of local and county government, the County Engineer is responsible for the maintenance and construction of bridges and roadways in the county. This includes snow removal and ice control, pothole repair, roadside ditches, mowing, weed control and paving. The Hancock County Engineer operates with 33 full-time employees and 4 part-time employees. The Engineer is an elected official and works with many county, city, and state agencies on a regular basis.


Hancock County Engineer's Staff

County Engineer - Christopher O. Long P.E., P.S.

Project Manager - Steven C. Wilson P.E., P.S.
Office Manager - Lynn Taylor
Superintendent - Mike Clark
Vehicle Maintenance Supervisor - Chad Wise
Sign Shop Supervisor - Ed Thomas
Bridge Technician - Marshall Miller
Road Technician - Ben Lindhorst
Engineering Aide - Kevin Coppler


Hancock County Commissioners

Phillip A. Riegle
Brian J. Robertson
Mark D. Gazarek

Beth Bishop - Clerk

Regular County Board meeting times: 
Tuesday and Thursday 
8:30am - Noon, 1:00pm - 4:30pm

Hancock County Facts and Data

Population: 74,782 (2010)

Land Area: 532 Square Miles

County Road Mileage: 362 Miles

Township Road Mileage: 624 Miles

State Highway Mileage: 213 Miles