Public Works Department oversees infrastructure construction, design
and maintenance programs relating to roads, water and sewer lines.
Deerfield Township has over 107 road miles
and over 219 lane miles of township maintained
roadways along with additional state and county roads. Located along
the I-71 corridor, the Township has a high level of interstate
access with three interchanges located at Fields Ertel, Western Row,
and Kings Mills.
Deerfield Township strives to expand and enhance its transportation
corridors and works closely with the Ohio Department of
Transportation and the Warren County Engineer. The Township provides
its residents with miles of pathways and sidewalks connecting the
residential and commercial elements of the Township.
Whose road is it?
throughout Deerfield Township are maintained by the Ohio Department
of Transportation (ODOT), the Warren County Engineer, and Deerfield
Township. (Below are a list of roads maintained by Warren County and ODOT.) All other roads are maintained by Deerfield Township. If you
need to report problems on a roadway that is maintained by the
Warren County Engineer or ODOT, please see the links below; all
other issues please contact Eric Reiners at 513.701.6958 or Jim
Houston at 513.697.2744.
The State of Ohio is responsible for all States Routes and
Interstates (i.e. Interstate 71, 3C Highway, U.S. Route 22/3).
ODOT maintained roadways or
Warren County Engineer's Office takes care of county roads,
including, but not limited to Columbia Rd, Snider Rd, Butler-Warren Rd,
Mason-Montgomery Rd, Socialville-Fosters Rd. and Landen Dr.
Warren County Engineer's Office
Fields Ertel Road Study
Deerfield Township resurfaces between 4
– 5 miles of roadway annually. This is part of our overall roadway
maintenance program which is supplemented with additional pavement
treatments such as crack sealing, surface treatments, and full depth
pavement repair. All Township maintained roads are evaluated and
inspected on an annual basis. Each road is given a Pavement
Condition Index Rating (PCI) which classifies the current condition
of that particular roadway. Our roadway maintenance program is
focused on repairing or repaving the roadways with the lowest PCI
rating each year.
2013 Road Resurfacing Projects
Waters Edge Drive
South Mallard Cove
North Mallard Cove
South Haven Drive
North Haven Drive
South Shore Drive
West Bay Drive
Harbor View Ct.
Deer Crossing Dr.
Fox Hollow Ct
Cedar Village Drive
Deerfield Township is in the process of
widening Irwin-Simpson Road between Nottingham way and Charleston
View Drive. The widening will consist of two driving lanes and one
center turn lane along that entire section of roadway. Likewise,
we will also be installing curb & gutter, storm sewer, and sidewalks
along that widened section. Additionally, we will be widening
Snider Road south of Irwin-Simpson near Cottell Park, in order to
construct a southbound left turn lane into the park. These
improvements are expected to not only help with relief of traffic
congestion along that section of roadway, but they will also improve
vehicular and pedestrian safety along that corridor.
Utility companies started working on
their utility relocation back in October of 2012. That utility work
will continue through July of 2013. In August of 2013, the John R.
Jurgensen Company will begin the actual roadway widening work. This
work is expected to be complete by August of 2014. During this
timeframe there will periodic road closures and traffic delays. The
closures will vary throughout the different phases of the project,
so please check the Township’s website and facebook page for
periodic updates. If you have questions relating to the project,
please contact the Director of Public Works, Eric Reiners at
2012 Road Resurfacing Projects
Windsor Park Dr.
Windsor Meadow Dr.
Western Row Rd.
Charleston Park Subdivision
Warren County Engineer Neil Tunison
Call Public Works for:
Brush and Leaf Removal
Block Party Request Form
who wish to hold a block party need to complete and submit the
attached block party form. Please fax (513.701.6980)
email, or drop off this form to
Public Right of Way -
right-of-way is typically the area between the curb along
residential streets. The township maintains the pavement, curb,
storm sewer, and signs within the public right of way. The
water and sanitary sewer utilities are maintained by the Warren
County Water and Sewer Department. They can be contacted at
513.695.1377 or via their
website. In addition to the
actual roadway maintenance, the Township also performs roadside
mowing along various township roads.
Right-of-Way permits for roads within Deerfield Township are
issued by the
Warren County Engineer’s Office.
For detailed right-of-way widths,
locations or problems within the roadway, please contact Eric
Reiners at 513.701.6958 or by
Speed Hump Policy - For
the Township's policy on speed humps, please
- When purchasing or renewing license plates,
please ensure to mention that you are a resident of Deerfield
Township. The Township receives a portion of the cost for
plates for each vehicle you own. Those dollars are then
forwarded to the Township for use in repairing and maintaining