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  • Do all counties have road commissions?


    Every county in Michigan has a county road agency. All but five have county road commissions. In Calhoun, Ingham, Jackson, Macomb and Wayne Counties, the road commission was merged with county general government. In every other county, the road commission is a separate unit of government.

    Click on the map, or County name, for road commission contact information.

    Your browser does not support this image map. Please click the county name on the left to learn more about the county.

    Alcona     ~     Alger   ~    Allegan   ~    Alpena   ~    Antrim   ~    Arenac   ~    Baraga   ~    Barry   ~    Bay    ~    Benzie   ~    Berrien   ~    Branch   ~    Calhoun   ~    Cass   ~    Charlevoix   ~    Cheboygan   ~    Chippewa   ~    Clare   ~    Clinton   ~    Crawford   ~    Delta   ~    Dickinson   ~    Eaton   ~    Emmet   ~    Genesee   ~    Gladwin   ~    Gogebic   ~    Gd. Traverse   ~    Gratiot   ~    Hillsdale   ~    Houghton   ~    Huron   ~    Ingham   ~    Ionia   ~    Iosco   ~    Iron   ~    Isabella   ~    Jackson   ~    Kalamazoo   ~    Kalkaska   ~    Kent   ~    Keweenaw   ~    Lake   ~    Lapeer   ~    Leelanau   ~    Lenawee   ~    Livingston   ~    Luce   ~    Mackinac   ~    Macomb   ~    Manistee   ~    Marquette   ~    Mason   ~    Mecosta   ~    Menominee   ~    Midland   ~    Missaukee   ~    Monroe   ~    Montcalm   ~    Montmorency   ~    Muskegon   ~    Newaygo   ~    Oakland   ~    Oceana   ~    Ogemaw   ~    Ontonagon   ~    Osceola   ~    Oscoda   ~    Otsego   ~    Ottawa   ~    Presque Isle   ~    Roscommon   ~    Saginaw   ~    Sanilac   ~    Schoolcraft   ~    Shiawassee   ~    St. Clair   ~    St. Joseph   ~    Tuscola   ~    Van Buren   ~    Washtenaw   ~    Wayne   ~    Wexford

    What do county road commissions do?
    The activities of road commissions vary from county to county. In rural counties, for example, road commissions spend a great deal of time maintaining gravel roads. Commissions in the urban, more populace counties of southern lower Michigan split their time between maintaining gravel and paved roads. For most, however, winter maintenance (plowing and salting) is a top priority.
    County road commission duties include, but are not limited to:
    A typical county road commission's equipment includes:

    Related Links


    View MTF Gas and Registration Tax Revenue and Distribution Reports. This site provides revenue and expenditure data for the Michigan Transportation Fund. Also provided are estimated values for the next fiscal year distributions.

    MDOT Act 51 Reporting System
    This site allows you to view MTF payments made to counties (or cities/villages) over a specified period of time.

    MTF Gas and Registration Tax Payment Information can be found by clicking here

    Click here to link to information related to the Metropolitan Planning Organizations




    Michigan's county road agencies are working to improve roads to accommodate
    commercial vehicles, but increasing costs and declining
    revenues delay these costly improvements. To learn more about
    county road agency's funding needs, click here
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