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Neil F. Tunison, P.E., P.S., Warren County Engineer

Phone: (513) 695-3301

Email: Neil Tunison

Address:
ADMINISTRATION and ENGINEERING
210 W Main Street, Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Tel: (513) 695-3301 | Fax: (513) 695-7714

HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE, PERMITS, and INSPECTION
105 Markey Rd, Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Tel: (513) 695-3336 | Fax: (513) 695-3323

Administrative Assistant: Bobbi Apking


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Biography

Neil F. Tunison, P.E., P.S. took office as the Warren County Engineer in January 1997, following his election in 1996. Mr. Tunison joined the Engineer's Office in 1986 after 10 years of employment in the private sector with consulting engineer firms. During the 10 years of service in office prior to his election as County Engineer, he served as Bridge Engineer, Assistant County Engineer and Chief Deputy Engineer for a 4-year period.

He is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. Neil is Chairman of the District 10 Integrating Committee of the Ohio Public Works Commission and is currently Immediate Past President of the County Engineer's Association of Ohio. He co-chairs the Drainage and Environment Committee and the Traffic, Roadway and Utilities Committee for the association. He is Secretary-Treasurer of the Warren County Transportation Improvement District, created by the Warren County Commissioners under authority granted through Ohio Revised Code to advance regional transportation projects on behalf of local communities with adjoining counties and ODOT.

Honored statewide, the County Engineers Association of Ohio presented Neil Tunison with the 2004 County Engineer of the Year award at the association's winter conference that year in Columbus. Mr. Tunison was recognized for his work with storm water and drainage issues.

Neil, and his wife, Connie, make their home in Lebanon. They are members of Lebanon Presbyterian Church and active in other civic organizations. They have three grown children and one grandchild.