County Engineer Greg Wilkens announces the release of the new
2005 Official Butler County Transportation Map. The map is updated
with new annexations, incorporations, and road additions, including
private streets. The user-friendly booklet format continues,
with townships, cities, and villages represented on individual
pages for greater detail.
A spring theme colors
the new map following 2004's winter-themed edition. The BCEO's
outstanding Engineering Department is highlighted in pictures
on the inside along with early spring construction. Butler County's
beautiful and diverse MetroParks are also featured as is an historical
overview of one of the oldest forms of government -- one that
predates even our state government -- the township.
Butler County's Official
Transportation Map regularly receives accolades from local citizens
as well as numerous statewide agencies. Some have referred to
it as the benchmark against which other maps are compared.
The new 2005 maps are
available to the general public at no charge and can be obtained
at the Butler County Engineer's Office, the Butler County Government
Services Center, and various other locations throughout Butler
County. To obtain a copy of the new map by mail, click
An online, interactive
version of the Official Butler County Transportation Map will
be coming soon. Wilkens hinted that the web-based version will
have the same look and feel of the printed map but will utilize
interactive navigation and search capability.
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For more information
Petrocy, BCEO Public Information Supervisor
Greg Wilkens, P.E., P.S.,
Butler County Engineer
Phone 513.867.5744 Fax 513.867.5849