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  • Osceola County Road Commission

    4737 Makwa Dr.
    Hersey, MI 49639

    Phone: 231.832.5171 Fax: 231.832.0721



    E-mail the Osceola County Road Commission


    Office hours - 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.



    Road Commissioners

    Road Commissioners are elected
    Board meets - Second Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in odd months
                         Second Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in even months


    ChairDonald Lewis
    Vice ChairGary Wemple
    MemberAlan Gingrich
    MemberDouglas Kanouse
    MemberDonald Williams

    Staff

    Engineer/ManagerLuke D. HoultonExtension 204
    ClerkWilliam HussExtension 208


    Transparency Dashboard

    Public Act 506 of 2012 requires all public road agencies receiving Act 51 funds (fuel tax and vehicle registration fees) to provide a web-based transparency dashboard. Transparency keeps residents informed about the administration of their county road and bridge network. In addition to the links below, a statewide dashboard is available allowing individuals to compare various agencies.

    The Michigan Transportation Asset Management Council provides a dashboard to show the condition, operation, and investment in Michigan's public road system from the Transportation Asset Management Council (TAMC) website. By viewing the gauges a person can measure the performance of their county road agency and compare performance for roads under the jurisdiction of the State of Michigan, counties, cities and villages.

    Pavement - gauges the condition of paved road surfaces
    Bridge - gauges the condition of bridges based on bi-annual bridge inspections
    Traffic - gauges the estimated annual miles on roadways in each jurisdiction
    Safety - gauges the number of traffic accidents to measure how effectively the road system is performing
    Maintenance - gauges the activities of snow removal, patching, grading, and mowing
    Finance – gauges revenue and expenditures according to Public Act 51 reporting








    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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