The Montgomery County Engineer’s Office has won a 2013 Ohio GIS Best Practices Award from the Ohio Geographically Referenced Information Program (OGRIP).
“I congratulate Eric Moody, P.S., and Anthony Pagan of my staff for their hard work and dedication in creating the online information access that led to this award,” said Paul Gruner, Montgomery County Engineer. “These web pages provide valuable information for the public, particularly surveyors, engineers, and real estate professionals.”
The following information is now available online:
This site provides access to our scanned documents such as, Survey Records, Right of Way plans, Section Corner Recovery notes, etc.
Geodetic Control- http://engineer.gomvo.org/apps/GeodeticControl/
This site allows access to Horizontal and Vertical Control monuments. It also has the centerline and right of way control monuments that we have inventoried and links to our Section Corner Recovery Program notes.
This site is “visual” only, containing the 2010 contour information, the Auditor’s Parcel layer and our PLSS layer, all superimposed over the 2012 Ortho imagery.
Paul W. Gruner, P.E., P.S.
Montgomery County Engineer
County Engineers in Ohio are required by law to be registered as both Professional Engineers (P.E.) and Professional Surveyors (P.S.). They are responsible for the maintenance and construction of county roads and maintenance and construction of bridges on county roads, township roads, and certain streets within municipalities. They are also responsible for maintaining land surveying records, checking the accuracy and adequacy of recorded land transfer records, and establishing or re-establishing certain land survey monuments.