Director of Public Works
The Public Works Department manages Township owned properties, equipment and public infrastructure. As Director, Dan Mayberry manages four divisions within the department and is responsible for maintenance of public roadways, parks, facilities and vehicle fleets. Dan grew up in Miami Township and began his public service career in 1991, having first served in leadership as a Foreman for the Road Department and then served as Park Supervisor for 6 years. He has been Director of Public Works since 2006. After earning an Associate Degree in Mathematics in 1990, he has continued studies specific to his field in public works administration and public works management through the American Public Works Association (APWA).
Dan has been a Certified Commercial Applicator in industrial vegetation, turf management and ornamental plant management through the Ohio Department of Agriculture for nearly 20 years, has held a Commercial Driver's License for the past 23 years and is certified in the NIMS series through FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute. He is a member of the American Public Works Association (APWA), Public Works Officials of Southwest Ohio (PWOSO), a former board trustee on The Community Foundation of Miami Township, a liaison to the Hillgrove Union Cemetery and has served as a Guest Services team member of SouthBrook Christian Church in his personal time for the past 5 years.
During his tenure with Miami Township, Dan has managed the Township's largest construction project to date, having served as design consultant, project manager and prevailing wage coordinator for the $6.5-million Public Works Facility Construction Project. He has secured more than $1.8-Million dollars in grant funds for roadway improvement projects, established a motor vehicle license fee which generates $130,000 in yearly revenue, and manages the Austin Aesthetics Maintenance Program which earns up to $25,000 per year in Township revenue. Dan's duties include management of all landscaping, decorative lighting, hard scape and irrigation along Austin Boulevard (including the I-75 infields) and the southern end of Byers Road.