Wood County Engineer

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the Morrow County Engineer's Office located?

  • We are located at 417 West Marion Street, Mt. Gilead, OH near Hartman Printing.

To whom do I report Bridge & Road problems?

  • During normal working hours contact the Morrow County Engineer’s Office, Highway Dept., after hours contact Morrow County Sheriff Dept.

To whom do I report Drainage problems?

  • During normal working hours contact the Morrow County Engineer’s Office, Highway Dept., after hours contact Morrow County Sheriff Dept.

To whom do I report signage problems?

  • For County roads call during normal working hours contact the Morrow County Engineer’s Office, Highway Dept., after hours contact Morrow County Sheriff Dept.

To whom do I report mailbox damage/repair?

  • For County roads call during normal working hours contact the Morrow County Engineer’s Office, Highway Dept.

What records are available at the Morrow County Engineer's Office?

How can I obtain a map of Morrow County?

  • Call 419-947-4530 or email engineer@morrowcountyohio.gov

Where can I get maps of jurisdictions and townships within Morrow County?

  • Morrow County Engineer’s Office

Where can I get the Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) funding grant application?

Where can I get a list of Township Trustees?

What permits are available at the Morrow County Engineer's Office?

Which roads in Morrow County are county roads?

  • See the Morrow County map. See 'Obtain a map' above.

Where do I get a house number?

  • Morrow Co. House Numbering for unincorporated areas: Call 419.946.1911

Can I fill in the roadside ditch?

  • Contact the Morrow Co. Highway Dept. if you would like to place tile in the roadway ditch.

Can I Blacktop my drive all the way to the county road?

  • Please contact the Morrow Co. Highway Dept. if you are going to blacktop or concrete your driveway.

What townships have zoning?

  • Bennington, Canaan, Congress, Gilead, Harmony, North Bloomfield and Washington Townships have County-Wide Zoning. Cardington, Chester, Lincoln, South Bloomfield and Westfield all have their own Township Zoning. Franklin, Perry and Peru are the only townships NOT Zoned.