Shiawassee County Road Commission employees provide quality and innovative services as we ensure that the roads in Shiawassee County are reasonably safe for public travel. We will seek continuous improvements in quality and service to our customer, the residents of Shiawassee County and the traveling public.
John A Michalec
Brent P Friess
Our summer hours of 6 am - 4 pm Monday-Thursday are effective April 15, 2019.
08/22/19 Road Closures:
Warren Road between
Hibbard Road and Krouse Road from 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. (culvert replacement)
Re-construction is scheduled to being the week of July 15, 2019 on Carland Road from M-21 to Wilkinson Road. The road will be closed to through traffic until approximately August 30, 2019. (more information)
The second application of mineral well brine for dust control began on July 29th and will continue as weather permits. Brine applications have been completed in Venice, Caledonia Charter, Owosso Charter, Middlebury (except new gravel), Fairfield (except new gravel), Rush and New Haven townships. The remaining township schedule is as follows: Hazelton, Burns, Perry, Woodhull, Sciota, Bennington, Shiawassee and Vernon.
**Huron Eastern Railway will be closing the following roads for track maintenance. Please contact the railroad at 419-615-9923 with any questions or concerns.
Wednesday, August 21st through approximately Tuesday, August 27th--Durand Road north of Monroe Road. Detour Monroe Road to Lansing Road.
Date to be determined--Brooks Road between Riniel Road and Byron Road. Detour Byron Road to Lytle Road to M-13.
WORK ADVISORY: HERBICIDE SPRAYING
WHAT: Roadside herbicide spraying
ISSUE DATE: July 5, 2019
WHEN: Beginning July 22, 2019
WHERE: Bennington, Burns, Caledonia, Fairfield, Hazelton, New Haven, Perry, Venice and Woodhull Townships in Shiawassee County
BACKGROUND: The Shiawassee County Road Commission (SCRC) will begin its roadside herbicide spraying program in Bennington, Burns, Caledonia, Fairfield, Hazelton, New Haven, Perry, Venice and Woodhull Townships. The program will take approximately two to three weeks to complete.
Specifically trained, licensed and experienced professionals will selectively apply the herbicides to specific vegetation that could create a driving hazard along the roadside within the road right-of-way. The herbicides will be applied with a tractor mounted spray unit.
The operation is not a continuous broadcast spray - only roadside areas with existing brush and limbs near the roadway will be sprayed. This spot spraying along local (non-subdivision roads) and primary roads is done on a rotating basis in the county throughout the spring, summer and fall.
Property owners who would rather not have brush sprayed along the roadside of their property must clear brush and limbs along the roadside at a minimum fourteen feet up and fourteen feet away from the edge of the road immediately. For more details about opting out of the herbicide spraying program and information about the SCRC's roadside brush control program, see here.
CONTACT: If you have any questions concerning this work, please contact:
Troy Howes, Superintendent of Operations
Shiawassee County Road Commission
701 W. Corunna Avenue
Corunna, MI 49917
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will invest $5.8 million to repair and rebuild nearly 4.5 miles of I-69 from Bath Road to east of M-52. Work includes concrete pavement repairs, paving, earthwork, and drainage improvements.
Traffic will be maintained with single-lane closures in each direction and traffic shifts.
START DATE: Monday, June 3, 2019
ESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE: September 2019
The Shiawassee County Road Commission offices are located at:
701 West Corunna Avenue
Corunna, Michigan 48817-1229
Hours (Second full week in April until the first full week in October):
Monday-Thursday 6:00 am to 4:00 pm
(First full week in October until the second full week in April):
Monday-Friday 7:00 am to 3:30 pm
(If you have a comment or complaint that is time-sensitive please phone, e-mail is not checked daily).