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The Municipal Engineer's Office is located
in the City Administration Building at:

4060 Columbia Woods Drive
Norton, Ohio 44203


 Business hours are
:
Monday through Thursday
varied hours, voice mail available

  PHONE: 330-825-7815 ext. #349

Municipal Engineer:  Dave White, P.E.
Representative of the Summit County Engineers

The Department of Municipal Engineer for the City of Norton, Ohio,
is responsible for the following:

  • Residential subdivisions - Review and approval of preliminary and final plats, construction plans, individual building topography plans, and construction observation of proposed improvements.
     
  • Commercial, industrial, and multi-family site plans - Review and approve preliminary site plans, final site plans, and storm water management plans.
     
  • City initiated improvements, such as storm sewers, channels, stormwater detention systems, water lines, sanitary sewers, streets, etc. - Planning and programming projects, preparation of scopes for design consultant selection, consultant selection, design review and approval, bidding, and construction observation.
     
  • Evaluate and make recommendations regarding drainage, grading, and stormwater detention issues within the City. This includes preliminary storm sewer and drive culvert pipe sizing.
     
  • Prepare and update City ordinances pertaining to construction standards.
     
  • Coordinate NPDES Phase 2 environmental compliance

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