What We Do
The Engineering and Inspection Department plans, designs, maintains and manages all infrastructure within the City rights-of-way in order to provide the general public with safe, efficient, and quality roadways, sidewalks, and utilities.
The Engineering and Inspection Department, under the direction of the City Engineer, implements and administers the provisions in the City's Code of Ordinances, state and federal regulations relating to floodplain management, rights-of-way, public utilities and stormwater conveyance. The Department also issues right-of-way and utility construction permits, approve plats, and reviews engineering plans on all developments located in the City and all construction in the City’s rights-of-way.
Another part of our work is identifying local, state, and federal funding to support capital improvement projects, helping stretch our local tax dollars. We identify roadway safety issues, manage the City's Concrete Assessment Program, and monitor capital project sites for safety and compliance to state and federal stormwater pollution prevention plans. We make recommendations for safety studies and stormwater studies, and collect traffic data to help make informed decisions about the future of Monroe's roadways and parks.
For all requests for information (permitting, bonding, submittals), please contact our Engineering Division via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paul Goodhue, PE, PTOE, a consultant with Goodhue Consulting, Inc., is the City Engineer.
Constance Kepner, MPM, is a Civil Engineer.
Pete Folzenlogen is Monroe's Construction Inspector.
Monroe's Construction Inspector ensures that construction meets city engineering standards and contract specifications, evaluating plans and specifications for construction projects to ensure conformance with regulations and conducting field inspections to inspect standards of materials and worksite safety. The Inspector monitors and performs regular checks on all contractor work progress, writing daily reports summarizing construction activity and other important information for the day.
What We Manage
|Water Distribution Facilities||Stormwater Facilities|
|Bridges and Culverts||Roadways, Sidewalks, and Paths|
|Traffic Signals and Traffic Control Devices||Construction and Plat Plan Review|
|Permit Review and Approval||Concrete Assessment Program|
- Part Ten, Title Two, Chapter 1020 - Comprehensive Rights-of-Way Ordinance
- Part Ten, Title Two, Chapter 1022 - Sidewalks, Curb and Gutter and Drive Aprons
- Part Ten, Title Two, Chapter 1024 - Drainage Ditches
- Part Ten, Title Two, Chapter 1026 - Streets
- Part Ten, Title Two, Chapter 1028 - Comprehensive Stormwater Management
- Part Ten, Title Four, Chapter 1040 - Water
- Part Ten, Title Four, Chapter 1042 - Sewers
Review current and past Capital Improvement Projects, including projects requesting qualifications or bids.
Engineering Standards - coming soon!
Access Standard Drawings and Engineering Standards put forth by the City of Monroe.
Answer the question: Do I need a Permit for that? Review permit types and which permits are necessary for the work being performed.
Bonding Requirements - coming soon!
What is a Bond, and do I need one? Review current bonding requirements for operating as a contractor within Monroe city limits.
Review information about utilities and services in Monroe that are not managed by Monroe Public Works, including sanitary sewer, electricity, gas service, telecommunications, and trash collection.
Sanitary Sewer in Monroe
The Sanitary Sewer network servicing Monroe is not maintained by the City of Monroe Public Works Department. Please visit the Butler County Water & Sewer website or Middletown Water & Sewer Maintenance website for more information. Per Chapter 1042 of Monroe's Code of Ordinances, Public sewers in the municipality are, by agreement, under the jurisdiction of either Butler County or the City of Middletown. County sewer regulations control the use of those sewers that are under county jurisdiction; City of Middletown ordinances and regulations control those that are under city jurisdiction.
Electricity in Monroe
For information about electricity or gas service in Monroe, please visit the Duke Energy website.