Engineering

The Engineering Department is currently OPEN to visitors.

Engineering Office

Tel: 330-830-1722 | Fax: 330-830-1786
Municipal Government Annex
151 Lincoln Way East | Massillon, OH 44646
Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm

See staff contact information below

Mission Statement

The City of Massillon Engineering Department provides well-organized, and cost effective municipal engineering services to the citizens of Massillon, as well as other Departments of the City. We concentrate our efforts on designing/planning, advising, administering, and overseeing all public works improvements and subdivision developments with the aim of providing these services within the project budget and time frame while protecting the public health, safety, and welfare.

Engineering Services

The Engineering Department provides mapping, design services, and contract administration for municipal public works projects. These activities include roadways, bridges, sanitary and storm sewers, storm water management and other civil engineering projects funded in the City’s Capital Improvement Program, as well as any engineering work needed for other city departments.

The department manages and administers the resurfacing program for streets, sanitary, and storm sewer construction, surveying for municipal projects and traffic engineering.

Administration of the Subdivision and Site Plan Regulations, preparation and review of flood plain studies, and State regulated sanitary and storm sewer regulations.

The department maintains records of sanitary sewer laterals, subdivisions, roadways, bridges and house numbers. All public right of way improvements, privately or publicly constructed, are inspected by this department.

Other services provided by the Department:

Official City maps, assignment of street addresses, verification of addresses, issuance of driveway permits, event/street closing permits, and sanitary permitting. A Fee Schedule is available which outlines fees associated with the Engineering Department functions.

Forecasted Projects

Construction Updates

Deeds/Plats Records

FAQ

Maps/GIS

History in Photos - Public Works - Streets
Courtesy of MASSMU

Infrastructure

Permits and Fees

Planning Commission Meeting Notice

Sidewalk and Curb Replacement Program

Storm Water Management and Drainage

Subdivisions and Site Plans

Streets and Highways

Wastewater Treatment Facilty

Sanitary Sewer Collection System



PROJECT NOTIFICATIONS

ODOT TRANSPORTATION
ODOT: SR172 3.95 LINCOLN WAY NW RESURFACING PROJECT PID 101268
Resurfacing of Lincoln Way from 6th St SW to 32nd St NW corp limits, pavement markings to reflect diet study recommendation of single lane bi-directional traffic, and dedicated left turn lane from 15th St NW to 32nd St NW. Single lane bi-directional traffic, and dedicated left turn lane from 8th St NW to 15th St NW shall remain unchanged, as will pavement markings on Lincoln Way from 6th St SW to 8th St NW.
LINCOLN WAY NW DIET STUDY
PUBLIC COMMENT FORM

ODOT TRANSPORTATION
CITY: MAIN AVE W/TREMONT AVE ROUNDABOUT PROJECT PID 120493
Remove existing traffic signal at 23rd St NW and construct a round-about at the intersection of Main Ave W and Tremont Ave SW, 250' east of 23rd St NW.
State transportation budget grant of $822,619.00
PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT

DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT
ODOT: SR241 8.83 ERIE STREET SOUTH IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PID 116456

ODOT TRANSPORTATION
ODOT: SR21 NOISE ANALYSIS REPORT STA-SR21-11.38, PID 115521
ODOT District programmed a new project ID.  STA-SR 21-11.40 Noise Wall (PID: 117790) for tracking purposes. This project is in the queue to receive funding however, the Tier II Noise Program is fully allocated out to FY 2027.

2024 OPWC PROJECTS
LINCOLN WAY WEST INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

The project is located along Lincoln Way (SR172) from 300' west of 1st St NW to 150' east of 1st St SW.
The project will consist of removing and replacing deteriorated sidewalk and curb, rehabilitation of drainage structures, new ADA curb ramps and the resurfacing of the failing roadway. For safety purposes, the traffic signalization will be replaced with new LED lighting and new mast arms and light poles installed. The project length along Lincoln Way is approximately 500 L.F. with width of (66') and a sidewalk width of 17'-18' on both sides. This results in approximately 119 CY of asphalt 1-1/2" thick surface and intermediate course. It includes replacing 5,632 SF of deteriorated sidewalk on both sides of the roadway, 472 LF of curb, adding curb bump outs, and rehabilitation of the drainage in the project limits.

ODOT TRANSPORTATION
ODOT: SR241 STA 241 9.71 PID 100471 WALES ROAD WIDENING PROJECT
ODOT District programmed safety project.  Safety Study Analysis Response Summary Application. Widen Wales Road to accommodate center two-way left turn lane. Reconstruct traffic signals at four intersections and optimizing timing at all intersections. Resurface Wales Road from Lincoln Way East to Hills & Dales Road.

SCATS
Stark County Transportation Long Range 2050 Plan

CITY
Street Resurfacing 2017-2022 Map

2023 Street Resurfacing List

2024 Street Resurfacing List

ODOT
ODOT Stark County Resurfacing FY2023-2029

 

PLANS


CURRENT PROJECTS OUT TO BID
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Engineering Department Staff

Alex Pitts, P.E.
City Engineer

apitts@massillonohio.gov


Gregory McCue
Assistant City Engineer - Engineering Manager

gmccue@massillonohio.gov


Jason Haines
Engineering Technician/ Site Planning

jhaines@massillonohio.gov


Fred Werner
Civil Engineer III/ GIS /Mapping

fwerner@massillonohio.gov


Kristin Sukosd
Administrative Assistant

ksukosd@massillonohio.gov


Jeff King
Collection System Inspector

jking@massillonohio.gov


Ken Reed
Collection System Inspector

kreed@massillonohio.gov