Providing convenience and safety for
by maintaining all county roads, bridges, and culverts within our jurisdiction
Road Work: Latest Updates
The Traffic Count Program for the 2022 Season is completed. Daily Traffic Data has been updated...
The Lapeer CRC Contractor will start milling operations along Stump Road, McCormick Road and...
Asphalt paving operations for placement of the top course are scheduled for the next two (2) days...
Mill Road, from Dryden Village Limit northerly to Sutton Road, will be closed for Asphalt paving...
Minutes are available on our Meetings Page for January 11, 2023.
Minutes are available, on our Meetings Page, for the December 28, 2022 Board Meeting.
Committee of the Whole meeting cancelled for January 9, 2023 due to lack of quorum.
Looking for permits, forms, or policies?
With the reorganization of the new website, we’ve put together a resource library with all of our downloadable forms, permits, and policies. You can use the search functionality to search for something specifically or browser alphabetically.
We’ve put together a collection of our most frequently asked questions. You can see the most common here or view them all by following the link below.
How do I get my road paved?
Primary Roads- selected on a pavement inventory rating which takes into consideration the physical condition of the road, the average daily traffic and the physical ride ability of the pavement.
Local Roads- selected by the townships based on the concern of the public and the amount of money that they have available to cost share with the Road Commission.
How do I initiate a road project?
Residents may petition the Road Commission for an improvement by special assessment, with 51% of the property owners signing the petition. Otherwise, Lapeer County Road Commission projects must be requested by the townships. Contact your local township.
How do I get a driveway permit?
Download a copy from the “Permits” page of our web site or call us at (810) 664-6272.
Your truck knocked down my mailbox. When are you going to fix it?
Mailboxes are sometimes knocked down by road commission trucks when plowing snow. The Road Commission’s policy is to replace mailboxes that have actually been hit by the snowplow; however, if the mailbox or wooden post was broken off from the force of the snow coming off the plow blade, we do not replace it. Replacement consists of a metal mailbox and a metal signpost. Please file a service request with our office and we will check into the problem.
What do I do if I have a dead deer or small animal in my ditch or on the road?
The Road Commission will move the animal off the traveled portion of the roadway; however, we are not responsible for picking up animals and disposing of them.