greenvilleDowntown2.jpg

PDF Creater

The PDF Builder is designed to make it easy to collect information and build custom reports. To compile your document, navigate to the webpages you wish to include and simply select Add to PDF at the top of each page. When finished, select Create PDF below.

When using the PDF creator, please do not use the browser back button.
Visit us at:
News & Events

ODOT Darke Co Garage Now Officially Open for Business

Administrators, employees, and area dignitaries were on hand Thursday to participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony officially opening the new facility.

From the June 9, 2017 editon of The Daily Advocate

By Erik Martin, Staff Reporter

GREENVILLE — Though the winter of 2016-2017 was mild, there’s no telling what the coming winter will be like. Regardless, workers at the new Darke County Ohio Department Transportation (ODOT) garage now feel much better equipped to handle whatever “Mother Nature” throws at U.S. and State roadways in the county.

Administrators, employees, and area dignitaries were on hand Thursday to participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony officially opening the new facility.

District 7 Highway Management Administrator Scott Kasler told attendees “We appreciate everyone coming out and helping us open this new facility. We’re obviously very proud of this garage.”

The garage is located near the intersection of U.S. Route 127 and State Route 49, giving ODOT workers a prime location from which to access roadways in the county. The previous ODOT facility, located on State Route 571/U.S. Route 36 just east of Greenville, has been sold to the county.

Jeff Whetstone, former Darke County Transportation Administrator, called it more of a “celebration” than an “open house.”

“I didn’t just want to build a building. I wanted to work on processes to make things more user-friendly.” he said. “There’s five months out of the year these guys live here. They had input, and even chose the color of the building.”

One of the unique features of the Darke County garage is the drive-through salt barn, the first of its kind in the State of Ohio, and an idea borrowed from the Indiana Department of Transportation......

Click Here to Read Entire Article in The Daily Advocate