The Lee County Engineer must be a licensed professional civil engineer, is under the direction of the Board of Supervisors, and is responsible for the Secondary Roads Department.


  Lee County, Iowa - Engineer


The County Engineer administers the construction and maintenance of the secondary road system in Lee County.  The road system includes bridges and culverts also.

Engineering Duties
Design, construction, and inspection of Lee County secondary road system
Budgeting and program development
Personnel administration
Accounting functions
Response to petitions, requests, or concerns regarding roadway drainage and traffic studies, including road vacations, temporary road closures, speed studies, etc.
Subdivision roadway design and approval
Entrance permit review and approval
Permitting of utility or other work within the county road right of way
Oversize/overweight vehicle permit issuance
Section corner information, aerial photo information and bench mark information is available for public viewing
Right of way information on Lee County construction projects



Maintenance Duties
Surface repairs and maintenance – this would include rocking the County’s gravel roads, paving the paved roads, pothole repairs, shoulder rocking
Entrance rocking within the County right of way
Bridge and culvert repairs
ditch cleaning in order to allow proper drainage
Entrance installations for new driveways or extensions on existing entrances
Snow removal on county roads and custom snow and ice control for small towns within Lee County
Sign installation and maintenance
Address:
933 Avenue H
Fort Madison, Iowa 52627

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Phone Number:
319-372-2541

FAX Number:
319-372-8198

County Engineer:
Ernest Steffensmeier

Engineer's Forms:
Downloadable forms
used in the Engineer's office


Links:
Iowa County
Engineers Association


Iowa Department
of Transportation


Iowa One Call
(call before you dig)


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