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The District 1 environmental office is a sub-section of the planning and engineering department. This office is responsible for ensuring that federally-funded transportation projects undertaken within District 1 comply with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and other applicable federal, state and local environmental laws.
 

 

 
Nate Tessler, District Environmental Coordinator
419-999-6886
 
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ODOT District One, Planning & Engineering Environmental
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The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is seeking public comments regarding the following projects. Click on a project name to access additional information about that project.

  
  
  
Project Mapping_113250.pdfHardin County - State Routes 31, 53, & 67 - Resurfacing (PID: 113250)Project Mapping_113250
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to resurface various routes within the City of Kenton in Hardin County: State Route (SR) 67 from the western corporate limits to the intersection with SR 53, SR 53 from the intersection with SR 67 to the intersection with SR 31, and SR 31 from the intersection with SR 53 to the southern corporate limits. See attached mapping. Additionally, curb ramp and sidewalk work may occur within city limits. All work will occur within the existing roadway right of way.

Traffic detours are not anticipated during construction. Construction is anticipated to begin in the summer of 2022.
Date of Publication: 5/5/2021
Project Mapping_94251.pdfAllen County - US 30 - Resurfacing (PID: 94251)Project Mapping_94251
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to resurface US 30 in Allen County from the railroad bridges located approximately 0.5 miles east of the State Route (SR) 65 interchange (just south of the Village of Cairo) to the ramps at the US 30 and SR 696 interchange near the Village of Beaverdam. See attached mapping. All work will occur within the existing roadway right of way.

Traffic detours are not anticipated during construction. Construction is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2022.
Date of Publication: 3/18/2021

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Statement of Findings (PID 109144).pdfDefiance County - US 24 - Mile Marker 3.20 (PID: 109144)Statement of Findings (PID 109144)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to reconstruct the embankment along the north side of US 24 and the westbound exit ramp for Baltimore Street on the west side of the City of Defiance. The proposed project will also add curb and stormwater drainage features along the ramp to control roadway surface runoff. Work at this location will take place within the boundaries of the Stevens Creek floodplain.

Construction is anticipated to occur in the spring of 2022.
Date of Publication: 5/3/2021
Statement of Findings (PID 107755).pdfHancock County - US 224 - Mile Marker 10.75 (PID: 107755)Statement of Findings (PID 107755)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to reconstruct the signals at three locations in District 1 by removing them from the existing wire and mounting them to mast arms: DEF-SR 18-27.32 (at the intersection with SR 281), HAN-SR 12-10.74 (at the intersection with CR 9), and HAN-US 224-10.75 (at the intersection with CR 140). Additionally, at the northeast corner of the ALL-SR 117-18.33 intersection (with SR 117/309/Kibby/Leonard), the existing signal pole will be replaced and relocated further back from the roadway.

Work at the HAN-US 224-10.75 location will take place within the boundaries of the Blanchard River floodplain. Construction is anticipated to begin in the summer of 2023.
Date of Publication: 4/28/2021
Statement of Findings (PID 105735).pdfWyandot County - State Route 199 - Mile Marker 1.89 (PID: 105735)Statement of Findings (PID 105735)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to rehabilitate six culverts in order to extend the life of the existing structure. These culverts are located in various locations throughout the district:
• HAN-US 68-7.28 - This structure carries an unnamed tributary to Eagle Creek under US 68 in Hancock County.
• HAN-SR 103-8.14 - This structure carries an unnamed tributary to Ottawa Creek under SR 103 in Hancock County.
• HAN-US 224-21.24 - This structure carries an unnamed tributary to the Outlet under US 224 in Hancock County.
• HAR-SR 235-5.48 - This structure carries Poe Ditch under SR 235 in Hardin County.
• HAR-SR 701-4.24 - This structure carries Hog Creek under SR 701 in Hardin County.
• WYA-SR 199-1.89 - This structure carries an unnamed tributary to the Sandusky River under SR 199 in Wyandot County. Construction activities will consist of field paving the interior of the existing culvert with concrete and the installation of rock channel protection. Work at this location will take place within the boundaries of the Sandusky River floodplain.

Construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2023.
Date of Publication: 4/28/2021
Statement of Findings (PID 104253).pdfDefiance County - County Road 195 (Harding Rd) - Mile Marker 1.00 (PID: 104253)Statement of Findings (PID 104253)
The Defiance County Engineer, in partnership with the Ohio Department of Transportation, is proposing to replace the bridge deck on County Road 195 (Harding Road) over the Auglaize River in Defiance County. Additionally, the existing guardrail will also be replaced.

As a result, this work will take place within the boundaries of the Auglaize River floodplain. Construction is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2022.
Date of Publication: 4/15/2021
Statement of Findings (PID 114150).pdfALL-CR 152 Shawnee Rd Roundabout (PID: 114150)Statement of Findings (PID 114150)
The Allen County Engineer, in partnership with the Ohio Department of Transportation, is proposing a safety project that will install overhead signs, upgrade existing signs, and upgrade pavement markings at the Shawnee Road / Fort Amanda Road roundabout in Shawnee, OH located southwest of the City of Lima in Allen County.

Portions of this work will take place within the boundaries of the Ottawa River and Little Ottawa River floodplains. Construction is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2021.
Date of Publication: 1/8/2021
Statement of Findings (PID 110277).pdfAllen County - Spencerville Road - Sidewalks (PID: 110277)Statement of Findings (PID 110277)
The City of Lima, in partnership with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the Lima‐Allen County Regional Planning Commission (LACRPC), is proposing to construct 1.9 miles of 5‐foot wide sidewalk along Cable Court, Shawnee Road, Spencerville Road and North Shore Drive in the City of Lima in Allen County. The proposed sidewalk will connect to existing sidewalk at South Cable Road on the west end of the project and at South Pierce Street on the east end of the project. The project also includes adding Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant ramps with curbs, replacing driveway aprons as needed, and adding striping and signage throughout the corridor.

A portion of this work will take place within the boundaries of the Ottawa River floodplain. Construction is scheduled to begin in September 2022.
Date of Publication: 12/15/2020
Statement of Findings (PID 102669).pdfDefiance County - US 127 - Mile Marker 0.53 (PID: 102669)Statement of Findings (PID 102669)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to replace a structurally deficient bridge on US 127 spanning the Maumee River at mile marker 0.53. Additionally, approach work along the existing roadway and grading activities will take place during construction. This work will take place within the boundaries of the Maumee River floodplain.

Construction is anticipated to begin in 2023.
Date of Publication: 8/11/2020
Statement of Findings (PID 107660).pdfPaulding County - State Route 49 - 0.00 (PID 107660)Statement of Findings (PID 107660)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to repair the shoulders on the west side of State Route 49 from the Van Wert county line to the Village of Payne. This repair will be done by reconstructing the edge of pavement in the southbound direction. Additionally, aggregate drains will be installed where practical (not in guardrail sections). This work will take place within the boundaries of the Blue Creek floodplain. Additionally, while it is nearby, no impacts will occur to the Flatrock Creek floodplain.

Construction is anticipated to begin in the summer of 2021.
Date of Publication: 8/6/2020
Statement of Findings (PID 107699).pdfHancock County - US 224 - Mile Marker 5.25 (PID: 107699)Statement of Findings (PID 107699)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to resurface US 224 in Hancock County from the intersection with State Route 235 to the western corporate limits of the City of Findlay. Additionally, the Hancock County Commissioners are proposing to raise approximately 850 ft of the roadway near Township Route 233 by approximately 18 inches in order to provide access to the City of Findlay during a flood event. The existing roadway runs adjacent to the Blanchard River; as a result, portions of US 224 are located within the boundaries of a regulated floodplain.

Construction is anticipated to begin in the summer of 2021.
Date of Publication: 7/14/2020
Statement of Findings (PID 107810).pdfDefiance County - State Route 66 - Mile Marker 4.37 (PID: 107810)Statement of Findings (PID 107810)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to repair a slide along State Route (SR) 66 in Defiance County by installing a plug pile wall; drainage will also be improved and repairs will be made to the embankment. The slide is located along the slope on the east side of SR 66, just south of the bridge carrying the roadway over the Auglaize River. This project will occur within the boundaries of the Auglaize River floodplain.

Construction is anticipated to begin in the summer of 2021.
Date of Publication: 4/20/2020
Statement of Findings (PID 109019).pdfPaulding County - Oakwood Sidewalks (PID: 109019)Statement of Findings (PID 109019)
The Ohio Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Village of Oakwood, is proposing a sidewalk project on State Route 66 (First St) from North St to Celina St in the Village of Oakwood in Paulding County. Sidewalk work will include replacing the current walk with brick pavers. Additionally, inadequate street lighting will be replaced and street furniture (benches and trash receptacles) will be installed. This project will occur within the boundaries of the Auglaize River floodplain.

Construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2022.
Date of Publication: 4/15/2020
Statement of Findings (PID 101196).pdfDistrict Wide - Various Routes Bridge Maintenance (PID: 101196)Statement of Findings (PID 101196)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to perform routine maintenance on various bridges throughout Allen, Hancock, Paulding, Putnam, and Wyandot Counties. Work at some of these structures will occur within the boundary of regulated floodplains: HAN-SR 15-20.90 (Lye Creek), PUT-SR 115-1.32 (Sugar Creek), PUT-SR 15-15.14 (Pike Run), PUT-SR 15-16.33 (Lammer Ditch), PUT-SR 15-16.80 (Blanchard River), and PUT-SR 190-5.80 (Auglaize River).

Construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2021.
Date of Publication: 4/14/2020
Statement of Findings (PID 101385).pdfDefiance County - State Route 2 - Mile Marker 9.01 (PID: 101385)Statement of Findings (PID 101385)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to replace the existing bridge structure carrying State Route 2 over Lost Creek at mile marker 9.01 in Defiance County with a new structure. Additionally, the guardrail and approach slabs will be replaced. This work will take place within the boundary of the Lost Creek floodplain.

Construction is anticipated to begin in summer of 2021.
Date of Publication: 3/16/2020
Statement of Findings (PID 108705).pdfVan Wert County - Grill/Kear/Bonnewitz (PID: 108705)Statement of Findings (PID 108705)
The City of Van Wert, in partnership with the Ohio Department of Transportation, is proposing to rehabilitate Grill Road, Kear Road, and Bonnewitz Ave in Van Wert County. Rehabilitation will include resurfacing the roadway as well as installing storm drains, adding shoulders, addressing drainage issues, and rebuilding existing driveways along the roadway. A portion of this work will take place within the boundaries of the Town Creek floodplain.

Construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2022.
Date of Publication: 11/4/2019
Statement of Findings (PID 108373).pdfAllen & Van Wert Counties - 5th Street/Lincoln Highway_PID 108373Statement of Findings (PID 108373)
The City of Delphos, in partnership with the Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to rehabilitate Lincoln Highway from Menke Street on the west side of Delphos in Van Wert County to Lehman Road on the east side of Delphos in Allen County. Rehabilitation will include replacing curbs and gutters, replacing catch basins and installing bicycle friendly grates, resurfacing the roadway, replacing curb ramps, filling in missing sidewalk sections along the roadway, and redesigning the current 4-lane roadway and turn it into 3-lane roadway with bicycle lanes. There will also be traffic signal and pedestrian facility upgrades and adjustments.
The proposed work will take place within the boundaries of the Jennings Creek and Flat Fork Creek Floodplains.
Construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2021.
Date of Publication: 10/1/2019
Statement of Findings (PID 106346).pdfWyandot County - Carey Safe Routes to Schools (PID: 106346)Statement of Findings (PID 106346)
The Ohio Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Village of Carey, is proposing a Safe Routes to School project in the Village of Carey in Wyandot County. The project will include sidewalk improvements and installation, intersection improvements, lighting, and construction of a multi-use path through Memorial Park to connect the school to Patterson St. See attached mapping. Permanent right-of-way will be required to maneuver the multi-use path around park amenities; all other work will be included within the roadway right-of-way or Village-owned right-of-way through the park. Portions of the work along Vance St and Glenn Ave will take place within the regulated boundary of the Spring Run floodplain.

Construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2021.
Date of Publication: 7/30/2019
Statement of Findings (PID 107730).pdfPutnam County - State Route 613 - Mile Marker 8.98 (PID: 107730)Statement of Findings (PID 107730)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to replace a culvert carrying a non-jurisdictional ditch under State Route (SR) 613 and establishing clear zone grading at mile marker 8.98 in Putnam County. Work in this portion of the project area will take place within the floodplain of South Powell Creek. To address additional drainage issues in the area along the north side of State Route 613, this project will also reshape and resize the ditches along the north side of the roadway; this work is not located within a floodplain.

Construction is anticipated to begin in the summer of 2021.
Date of Publication: 6/10/2019
Statement of Findings (PID 101193).pdfHancock County - State Route 698 - Mile Markers 4.73/5.76 (PID: 101193)Statement of Findings (PID 101193)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to replace two existing concrete slab structures on State Route 698 over Tiderishi Creek in Hancock County (mile markers 4.73 and 5.76) with new structures. These structures are located within the boundaries of the Tiderishi Creek Floodplain. Construction is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2021.
Date of Publication: 4/9/2019
Statement of Floodplain Findings (PID 106401).pdfPaulding County - State Route 114 - Mile Marker 22.50 (PID: 106401)Statement of Floodplain Findings (PID 106401)
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District 1 proposes to rehabilitate a bridge structure carrying State Route (SR) 114 over the Little Auglaize River at the 22.50 mile marker in Paulding County. Bridge rehabilitation construction activities will include replacing the deck edges, performing a latex-modified concrete overlay on the deck edges and approach slabs, upgrading guardrail, installing a new access drives for adjacent farm fields, and performing minor drainage upgrades and abutment repairs.

Construction is currently scheduled to begin in Spring of 2021.
Date of Publication: 1/14/2019
Statement of Floodplain Findings (PID 100746).pdfPaulding County-State Route 114-Mile Markers 19.64 and 21.73_PID 100746Statement of Floodplain Findings (PID 100746)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to replace two bridges on State Route 114 in Paulding County; one at mile marker 19.64 over Middle Creek and the other at mile marker 21.73 over Dog Run. The approach slabs will also be replaced. Construction is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2019.
Date of Publication: 2/21/2018
Statement of Floodplain Findings (PID 100733).pdfPutnam County-State Route 115-Mile Marker 9.89_PID 100733Statement of Floodplain Findings (PID 100733)
The Ohio Department of Transportation is proposing to replace the Napoleon Road (State Route 115) bridge over Plum Creek in Putnam County with a new bridge to be constructed at the same location. The new bridge will be similar to the existing; a three-span reinforced concrete slab structure. Under the north span, area will be made available for the Village of Kalida to construct a walk path in the future. All work will occur within existing roadway right-of-way. Construction is scheduled to begin in spring of 2021.
Date of Publication: 2/1/2018

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The National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 - NEPA - is the federal environmental legislation that drives OES act​ivities. Although there is state legislation, other federal legislation, federal and state guidance,​ policies and procedures that we adhere to. NEPA is the legislation all other legislation follows.
The environmental review, consultation and other actions required by applicable Federal environmental laws for these projects are being, or have been, carried out by ODOT pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 327 and a Memorandum of Understanding dated 12/11/2015, and executed by FHWA and ODOT.

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