The DeKalb County Engineering Office is responsible for performing engineering services for the county, which are necessary to design, construct, and properly maintain the county's roads and bridges. The Engineering Office is also responsible for enforcing the DeKalb County Subdivision Regulations and for issuing permits to install utilities on County Right-of-Way.
DeKalb County has over 1300 miles of roads and over 170 bridges.
Dekalb County ALABAMA Engineering Department
Presently, the Office of the County Engineer is located in the DeKalb County Administrative Building located at Suite 114, 111 Grand Avenue, SW, Fort Payne, Alabama 35967.
Staff of the County Engineer's Office:
Ben Luther, P.E. - County Engineer (Middle)
Greg Skaggs - Bridge and Project Inspector (Left)
David Woods , PLS - Subdivision / Utility Inspector (Right)
For inquiries about road and bridge design and construction:
256.845.8584 - voice
256.845-8504 - fax
For road and bridge maintenance complaints or suggestions:
256.845.8585 - voice
256.845.8586 - fax
SUBDIVISION RULES AND REGULATIONS FORM - >
PLACEMENT OF UTILITIES WITHIN COUNTY RIGHT-OF-WAY FORM - >
APPLICATION FOR PLACEMENT OF UTILITIES ON COUNTY RIGHT-OF-WAY - >