Engineer: Dan Thornton, P.E.
631 S Myrtle Ave
P O Box 367
Willard, OH 44890
The Public Works Department is responsible for the management of the City's infrastructure system, which includes streets, sanitary and storm sewers, water lines and traffic signals.
We provide engineering services and contract administration for capital improvements, infrastructure replacement and maintenance. The department also reviews and approves subdivisions and maintains records for all infrastructures.
We had two street improvement projects that were bid out in March. Due to COVID-19 financial impact, we did not move forward with the projects. As of July 27, we are currently advertising the Euclid Street Improvements Project. For more information, see below.
2020 EUCLID STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT - OPWC
Opens: August 11, 2020 1pm
The City bid out a water main replacement for Euclid Street from Whisler Drive to Tiffin St. That project should start late March and be finished by the beginning of May.
RESERVOIR RECREATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS
The City was awarded a grant administered by ODNR for $150,000 to do improvements to the Reservoir. We will be adding a set of stairs so that people can access the Reservoir on the north and west side and replacing the stairs on the south end. Improvements to the north parking lot will take place and stone will be added to the walking path around the top of the reservoir. The fishing docks will be improved and a new kayak launcher will be installed. A new building to house equipment and new picnic shelters will be built. There is even plans to add a binocular station along to the top bank.
ODOT - District 3
Huron County Engineering
Nature Works Grants
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