Permits are required to ensure work within road right-of-ways meets Huron County standards. No one shall perform any type of construction or disturb the road right-of-way on a County maintained roadway without first obtaining a permit from the Huron County Engineer. After receiving a permit, the owner is to call Ohio Utilities Protection Service (OUPS)at 1-800-362-2764 and Oil and Gas Producers Underground Protection Service (OGPUPS) at 1-800-929-0988 to obtain the location of all underground utilities prior to construction.
The Huron County Engineer's Office has a permit application process. The office requires permits for all work done privately within a county road's right-of-way. Permits are required for installation of driveways, utility work, roadside ditch enclosures, tapping into roadside drainage tiles and any other activities within the right-of-way.
Applications can be obtained at the Huron County Engineer's Office, 150 Jefferson Street, Norwalk, Ohio, 44857. The office phone number is (419) 668-1997 ext. 103. You may also download a permit below. All application materials are in a PDF format. No forms are to be submitted online. To view PDF documents you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. Applications are to be printed on 8 1/2 x 11 paper and submitted with payment.
***NO building permits or zoning inspections are done by the Huron County Engineer's Office.***
For zoning questions or permits for ditch enclosures, utility installation or other work done within township road rights-of-way contact your Township Zoning Inspector.
For lot splits contact the Huron County Tax Map Department at 419-668-2021 or the Huron County Planning Commission at 419-668-4113, choose option 3.
For access along State or US Routes or other State or US Route issues, contact the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) at 419-668-5102.
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Driveway by Contractor Permit
|Drive Permit - Contractor
Driveway by County Crew Permit
|Drive Permit - County Crew
Ditch Enclosure by Contractor Permit
|Ditch Enclosure - Contractor
|Connection to Existing Tile Per
|Existing Tile Permit
Click the link below to view Huron County Land Conveyance Standards
Click the link below to view Huron County Subdivision Regulations