The mission of the Athens County Engineer’s Office is to serve the citizens of Athens County by building and maintaining a safe and modern county highway system; to respond promptly to reasonable road complaints; to process land surveys and property records accurately; and to be good stewards of taxpayer dollars by developing cost effective solutions for road and bridge maintenance problems.

Jeff Maiden, P.E., P.S.
Athens County Engineer



12-14-20- Athens County Engineer, Jeff Maiden, will be accepting applications for a Field Survey Assistant.  Check out the "Information-Job Opportunities" tab for more information and to download an application.

Office Closed to The Public

The safety and health of our employees and customers is the top priority of County Engineer Jeff Maiden.  The office will be closed to public access starting Monday, March 16th, until the COVID-19 public health crisis is over. THE BUSINESS OF THE OFFICE WILL CONTINUE by email and telephone.  Land Surveyors may submit surveys to Brandon Williams and/or Donnie Stevens for closure check and review via email at the following: bwilliams@athensoh.org dstevens@athensoh.org   Surveys that comply will be stamped, signed, and returned via email.

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The Athens County Engineer's Office is accepting bids to provide Athens County and all villages and townships with limestone aggregate and asphalt products. Look at the Bids and RFP's page under the "Information" menu for more details.

Advertisement for Bids

The Athens County Engineer’s Office is advertising for bids on the ATH-CR28-4.43 Landslide Repairs Project.  Look at the Bids and RFP’s page under the “Information” menu for more details.


TR 181-1.00 Wildman Road Bridge Repair

The Athens County Engineer is responsible for bridges on township roads of 10’ span or longer. This Troy Township bridge on Wildman Road was closed in 2017 after it was inspected. The bridge was not eligible for grant funding, located in a rural area with only one cabin before you


CR 107- Burr Oak Road Paving Project

In 2018 the ACEO resurfaced a total of 7.1 miles of asphalt road that required significant repair prior to the asphalt overlay. Burr Oak Road was paved using federal funding from the Eastern Federal Lands Access Program (EFLAP) with 20% local funds.  This project was bid out to Nuko Paving