Clinton County Engineer

Jeffrey B. Linkous, P.E., P.S.

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Welcome to the Clinton County Engineer's Website.  It is our mission to design, build and maintain a safe, efficient, and accessible transportation system that will foster economic growth and personal travel.  This includes 266 miles of roads, 297 bridges and over 1100 culverts on the county system.  

We are a full-service public agency, covering all facets of road and highway transportation, tax mapping, and commercial and subdivision development services.  We work with all other government entities to seek and coordinate the funding of maintenance and new construction for the best highway system possible.  To meet the continuing development and infrastructure needs of Clinton County, the Engineer's Office utilizes the latest technologies for surveying, land record keeping, and maintaining the property layers of the Clinton County Geographic Information System.

Thanks goes to all of our employees and residents of the Clinton County that have made this County what it is today.  I am proud to serve Clinton County and thanks to our staff and workers, feel that the infrastructure of our county road system is not just being maintained, but improved to better the life of all residents of the County.

Thank you for your interest in our website.  We hope you will find it to be a helpful resource.






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Miles of Road

The Clinton County Engineer bids all projects through the Bid Express platform.  Please visit for all bid information, plan holders lists, bid results and to submit bids on any upcoming projects.
(Currently, there are no projects out for bid.)

Bid Info



Clarksville Road Reconstruction

Plans are underway for the reconstruction of approximately 1600 feet of Clarksville Road (between the addresses of 931 and 1275) to improve horizontal and vertical curves as well as widen the pavement and other various safety improvements.  This construction project is made possible with the help of Federal funds financing 80% of the total cost.  

Plans and studies are currently in development with construction scheduled in the summer of 2022.

Pictures of the proposed project, along with a video animation will further help to explain the reconstruction that will be taking place.

View from East (US 22) to West (Pyle Rd)
View from West (Pyle Rd) to East (US 22)
Overview of Project Area


Antioch Road Reconstruction

The Clinton County Engineer’s Office, in cooperation with the Ohio Department of Transportation, has initiated a safety project to reconstruct a portion of Antioch Rd.  The project will begin south of the Hodson Rd. intersection and will continue approximately 2800’ north to just past the Dailey Rd intersection. Scheduled to begin in 2024, the project will change the vertical alignment of Antioch Rd. by removing hills as well as providing wider berms and flatter ditches.  This improvement will provide better sight distance while traversing this portion of road as well as reduce the number and severity of roadway departure crashes.  The project is currently scheduled to begin in the spring/summer of 2024 and will take 3-4 months to complete. 

Overview of Project Area


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Mailing Address

1326 Fife Avenue

Wilmington, OH 45177


Engineer's Office

Tel: 937-382-2078

Fax: 937-382-5318

Highway Department

Tel: 937-382-2303

Fax: 937-382-4617

Hours of Operation

Engineer's Office

Apr-Oct      Mon -Thurs  6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Nov-Mar     Mon - Fri      7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Highway Department

Apr-Oct      Mon -Thurs  6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Nov-Mar     Mon - Fri      6:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Contact Us 

Engineer's Office:

Jeff Linkous, P.E., P.S.

County Engineer

Adam Fricke, P.E., P.S.

Deputy Engineer

Adam Wolfe, E.I.

Assistant Engineer

Gary Smith

Engineering Technician

Brenda Godlove

Administrative Assistant

Highway Department:

Nick Smith

Highway Superintendent

Cassidy Slocum

Administrative Assistant