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.

 


WE HAVE BEEN BUSY THIS SUMMER! CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL THE PROJECTS THAT HAVE BEEN OR WILL BE COMPLETED THIS YEAR.


       






LAKE LEVEL

 

The level of Lake Missaukee was measured on October 10 at 1237.90.

 


INVASIVE SPECIES

 

There are invaders taking over sizable patches of Missaukee County, bursting through concrete and asphalt, and occupying the road right-of-way. It's not alien invaders from Mars, it's invasive plant species! Invasive species are non-native plants that cause harm to the local environment, economy, road safety and public health. There are many non-native species in Michigan but in Missaukee County, the most prevalent are Japanese knotweed and phragmites. These species overrun the roadside ditches and shoulders, compromising road drainage and sometimes visibility for motorists. Missaukee County Road Commission combats invasive species through mechanical and chemical methods. Each situation may be treated differently. The treatment for invasive species does not threaten the public safety, but, in fact, improves driving safety and the long-term integrity of the road or bridge. We will be performing invasive species management in September. Click here for a list of frequently asked questions.

 


  
Japanese Knotweed;         Phragmites

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