0- Missaukee County Road Commision - Official MCRC Webpage

Hours
Summer:
6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday - Thursday


Winter:
7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday

Welcome to the Missaukee County Road Commission.

 

Our goal is to maintain the county’s roads in a condition safe and convenient for travel. If you come across an unsafe condition such as a stop sign knocked down, a tree blown across a road, or other condition requiring immediate attention, report it to us at (231) 839-4361, or during non-business hours to the Missaukee County Sheriff’s Office at (231) 839-4338.

 

Enjoy your travels in beautiful Missaukee County, and remember to buckle up and drive safely.


       




LAKE LEVEL

 

The level of Lake Missaukee was measured on November 30 at 1238.15.



 

SNOWPLOWING ACROSS PUBLIC ROADS


A friendly reminder from the Missaukee County Road Commission: State law (MCL 257.677A prohibits the clearing of drives by pushing snow onto or across public roadways and/or piling of snow at drives so high it obstructs the view of a motor vehicle operator or of a vehicle exiting a driveway. Misdemeanor penalties apply. In addition, vehicles parked along plowed roads during the winter are a safety hazard to the motoring public, they interfere with snow removal operations and can cause accidents resulting in damage to equipment and/or the motoring public. Violations of the above would make the violator liable for damages suffered in accidents caused thereby. Vehicles left parked on road shoulders are subject to removal at the owner's expense.

 

 

 

COUNTY SNOW REMOVAL

 

There is no magical amount of snowfall before plowing begins. Your county road commission aims to have roads convenient for travel as early as possible following a snow event. Heavily traveled county roads and problem areas are the first to be addressed. Lower volume neighborhood and rural streets are plowed next. Roads designated as "Seasonal Roads" are not maintained in the winter. The road commission designed its snowplow policies to provide the highest quality of service. Unpredictable weather events, financial constraints and unforeseen circumstances make it impossible to make winter roads absolutely safe. Our drivers do a great job and take a lot of pride in their work. However, there are a lot of roads to plow in the county. Please try to see the "big picture" and be patient with us as we strive to keep the roads open.

 

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