There are four major types of roads in Clermont County.
There are 264 miles of these roads in Clermont County.
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is responsible for these roads. Some of these roads include:
These are generally the main thoroughfares of the county.
Note: these roads can be identified by the road number. Other roads have official numbers also; but they are usually identified by the public by a name.
Contact ODOT at 797-6008
There are 386 miles of county road in Clermont County . The County Engineer is responsible for these roads. Some of these roads include:
There are exceptions, but most county roads are “connector” type roads. They serve as main arteries or “collectors” for the State roads.
Contact the County Engineer at 732-8869
Township roads are public roads maintained by each township highway department. These are generally subdivision and cul-de-sac roads within township limits. Municipal roads are those located within a city ( Milford or Loveland ) or within an incorporated village (i.e. Amelia, New Richmond, Bethel…). Some of these roads include:
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The property owners maintain these roads.