The Erie County Engineer's Office is dedicated to the care and maintenance of Erie County's system of roads and bridges and constantly provides the highest possible level of service towards the people of Erie County. To that end we commit our knowledge, our efforts, and our resources.
The Erie County Engineer's Office maintains county roads, bridges and public drainage systems in the unincorporated parts of Erie County, Ohio. The Engineer's Office also provides engineering services for the nine townships of Erie County.
Erie County Engineer John "Jack" D. Farschman, P.E., P.S., is currently serving his fifth term as county engineer. Through 2014, under Jack's leadership, the Engineer's Office has replaced and reconstructed 65 of Erie County's 136 bridges and initiated over 437 miles of resurfacing, widening, and seal coat work on the county road system. Jack is a graduate of Ohio Northern University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering.