The survey personnel provide all surveys for staff design and layout staking for our garage maintenance. The staff performs general surveys for the county and the 11 townships. They maintain approximately 1600 section corners and roadway points along with the county benchmark circuit.
Office (419) 213-2860
Fax (419) 213-2829
What does our survey team do?
Survey Records Available from Online Documents Viewer
Copies of all the “Surveys” and Record Plats that we have on file are available through the Online Survey Documents Viewer.
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This has all of the plans for Roads, Bridges, Culverts and Ditches etc. that we have in our office.
Site Plans that our Office has reviewed
Survey Control Points ~ On our GIS Survey Control Point Map
- Benchmarks ~ Points used for vertical control.
- GPS Control ~ These points have both State Plane Coordinates and a Reference (tie) Sheet. To get the reference sheet, click on “More Info” link in the attribute list.
- References ~ These points have just the Reference (tie) Sheet.
- Sections ~ Outline of the original “sections” from the United States “Public Land System”
- Other Layers (not turned on by default settings and not updated by the Survey Department);
- Blue Book Points ~ points added to the NGS Database.
- NGS Control ~ Points from the NGS database in Lucas County.
- State References ~ ODOT Reference sheets for points on State Highways.
- Road Centerlines ~ A map of road centerlines, for LBRS (Location Base Response System), provided by the County EMS.
Right-of-Way Roadcard Records
For a right-of-way roadcard record, fill out the form below.
Other Records Available
The following records, which may be of particular interest to surveyors, are on our "Engineers GIS" which is available on a USB drive. The cost of a copy of this USB drive is $20 (as of 12-1-15):
- Railroad Valuation Maps (This is the only place where these maps are indexed, at this time).
- LiDAR ~ Elevations on a 30’ grid throughout the County. (From 2001)
- Contours ~ Developed from the 2001 LiDAR data.
- FEMA flood plains.
- Many other layers of data.