Public Services

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Department Mission
The Public Administrative Services Director is responsible for the overall management and direction of the Engineering Division and Service Division of the Department of Public Works.  The Director also is responsible for the formulation of programs, policies and practices for the maintenance and improvement of the public infrastructure system, serves as City Engineer and coordinates the City’s infrastructure objectives with neighboring municipal, county, state, regional and federal agencies.  The Director insures that the construction of public improvements complies with design specifications, industry standards and government regulations related to municipal functions.

Public Service Division

Municipal Maintenance Facility
789 Orchard Lane
Beavercreek, Ohio 45434

How to Contact Us
Telephone: (937) 427-5540
Emergency & After Hours (937) 426-1225
Fax: (937) 431-5023

Office Hours
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Mike Thonnerieux
Interim Public Administrative Services Director

John Woltja

Dave Suber

Jeff Stine
Section Leader

Chris Chandler
Section Leader

Rich Weaver
Traffic Section Leader

Donald Test
Fleet / Building Grounds manager

Paige Bagford
Administrative Assistant

The Public Service Division is responsible for performing maintenance, repair and improvements to the City-owned infrastructure in order to provide for the safe, efficient, and expeditious movement of motor vehicles and pedestrians throughout the City.  Additionally, the Service Division maintains community appearance and public buildings and assures the safe and proper mechanical condition of city vehicles and equipment.  This includes roadways, bikeways, storm drainage, snow and ice control, street lighting, traffic signals, traffic signs, pavement markings, weed and grass mowing, litter pickup, street-sweeping, landscape maintenance, equipment and vehicle maintenance and building maintenance.  These duties are performed through planned, self-initiated, preventive maintenance actions as well as being able to respond to weather events, vehicle crash cleanup and other random occurrences.

Office hours will change during weather emergencies and occasionally during the summer when four, ten-hour work days are often observed.  The correct procedure at any time would be to contact the normal Service Division number first.  If there is no answer, then contact the after-hours number listed above.

Engineering Division

Beavercreek City Hall
1368 Research Park Drive
Beavercreek, Ohio 45432

How to Contact Us
Telephone: (937) 427-5513
Fax: (937) 427-5544

Office Hours
7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Jeff Moorman
City Engineer

Nick Smith
Assistant City Engineer

John Howlett
Construction Inspector

Tim Kerns
Construction Inspector

Douglas Lloyd
Computer Systems Coordinator

Amy Layne
Administrative Assistant

Engineering Division functions include the management of all of the City’s infrastructure improvements within the corporate limits. This includes the street and road network, storm water drainage facilities, building facilities, and traffic signal installations and systems. Privately developed infrastructure plans, associated with residential and commercial development, are reviewed by this division, along with expansion plans for other entities (Ameritech, Ohio Department Of Transportation, Dayton, Power and Light Company, Greene County Sanitary Engineering Department) in order to coordinate with City plans and protect the traveling public.  The division oversees the preparation of contract documents, often through the use of consultants, for City funded public works, including some park improvements.

Street inspection functions include the inspection of all infrastructure construction within the City.  This includes the City’s annual paving program, subdivisions, construction projects completed by public and private contractors and coordination of utility company installations.  Contract administration duties, for those projects administered and funded by the City, are also performed by this division, including associated prevailing wage documentation, purchasing functions, litigation and bond administration.

All mapping for the City is maintained by the Engineering Division.  Street address determination, correction and assignment, as well as revisions to zoning, land use, base map, etc., is being maintained on an existing Computer Aided Design (CAD) system, and incorporated into the ArcView future Geographic Information System (GIS).

Engineering Division personnel also manage numerous requests for information and service from the general public and forward non-city items to the appropriate governmental agencies.  Questions concerning street names, flood plains, lot and plat data and drainage problems are often addressed in the Engineering office.  Right-of-way, driveway and sidewalk permits also are issued by the Department.

Report a Pothole / Traffic Signal Outage / Street Light Outage (PDF)

Stormwater Program / Illicit Discharge Reporting

Five Year Capital Improvement Projects (PDF)

Road Construction Information

Salt Brine De-Icing System

US 35 Conceptual Alternatives Study (PDF 63 MB) 

Street Resurfacing Program 2014