The Engineering Division plans, designs, maintains, and manages all infrastructure within the City rights-of-way in order to provide the general public with safe, efficient, and quality roadways, sidewalks, utilities, and mapping (GIS) information.
CITY ACCESSIBILITY SURVEY
The City of Fairborn is in the process of performing a self-evaluation of our infrastructure and the accessibility of City facilities for all people. The City of Fairborn is seeking feedback from all residents and our goal is to identify areas where we can provide better access to City buildings, parks, festivals, programs, schools, etc. Please follow the link below to provide your feedback.
TRAFFIC CODE UPDATE
The Engineering Division recently completed a comprehensive review of the traffic code section of the Fairborn Codified Ordinances. Several revisions to the code were recommended and subsequently approved by City Council on November 5, 2018. The link below shows the complete list of traffic code revisions:
2018 TRAFFIC CODE UPDATE
Several streets are resurfaced each year as part of the annual street program. Streets are chosen for rehab based on several factors including pavement condition, rehab history of the pavement, traffic volume, and recommendations from the City's pavement management system.
- Right-of-Way Permit Application (PDF)
- Water and Sewer Permit Application (PDF)
- Contractor Registration (PDF)
- Five Year Capital Improvement Plan - Streets (PDF)
- Street Levy Report (PDF)
- Small Cell Ordinance
- Small Cell Design Guidelines Effective 7.31.18
Thomas Lee Harris
City Engineer, P.E.
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