Seasonal Weight Restrictions
Due to the recent changes in weather, as of March 10th, 2015 weight limits are in effect for all weight restricted roads in Lapeer County, until further notice. During these restrictions trucks must reduce axle weight by 35% and the speed limit maximum is 35 MPH.
Over weight permits will not be issued during these restrictions without special permission.
Weight restrictions are imposed by the Road Commission per Act 300, Sec. 257.722(2) of the Michigan Motor Vehicle Code
For a complete list of the roads under weight restriction click here.
Notice to Bidders
Fuel Management System
The Lapeer County Road Commission is accepting bids for a Fuel Management System. Included in the bid price shall be: Removal and disposal of existing system, supply and install three fuel management systems, Windows based software programs and three communication devices. The system will need to be able to communicate with Road Commission software - Precision
If you have any questions please contact Rick Pearson or Howard Haack 810-664-6272
Send sealed bid to Lapeer County Road Commission, 820 Davis Lake Road, Lapeer, MI 48446 by 11:00 a.m. March 27, 2015
The Lapeer County Road Commission will receive bids for the purchase and installation of equipment on a County owned cab and chassis.
Click Here for the specifications of the equipment.
Send sealed bid to Lapeer County Road Commission, 820 Davis Lake Road, Lapeer, MI 48446 by 1:00 p.m. April 24, 2015.
The Lapeer County Road Commission is accepting bids for the 2015 seasonal lawn maintenance at its Lapeer Service Station. Proposals are being asked for mowing and weed trimming. Proof of general liability and workers compensation will be required prior to beginning work.
Send sealed bid to Lapeer County Road Commission, 820 Davis Lake Road, Lapeer, MI 48446 by 1:30 p.m. April 13, 2015.
Office hours: 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mon-Fri
Report an Emergency:
The Lapeer County Road Commission is accepting applications for temporary seasonal help. Visit our employment page for details and application.
Road work on M-24 in Lapeer
Farmers Creek bridge
Bronson Lake Road
Michigan residents will be asked to vote on a constitutional amendment on May 5th, 2015. Here is what you, the voter, will see on the May 5 ballot:
A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO INCREASE THE SALES/USE TAX FROM 6% TO 7%. TO REPLACE AND SUPPLEMENT REDUCED REVENUE TO THE SCHOOL AID FUND AND LOCAL UNITS OF GOVERNMENT CAUSED BY THE ELIMINATION OF THE SALES/USE TAX ON GASOLINE AND DIESEL FUEL FOR VEHICLES OPERATING ON PUBLIC ROADS, AND TO GIVE EFFECT TO LAWS THAT PROVIDE ADDITIONAL MONEY FOR ROADS AND OTHER TRANSPORTATION PURPOSES BY INCREASING THE GAS TAX AND VEHICLE REGISTRATION FEES.
The proposed constitutional amendment would:
*Eliminate sales/use tax on gasoline/diesel fuel for vehicles on public roads.
*Increase portion of use tax dedicated to School Aid Fund (SAF).
*Expand use of SAF to community colleges and career/technical education, and prohibit use for 4 year colleges/universities.
*Give effect to laws, including those that: Increase sales/use taxe to 7%, as authorixed by constitutional amendment; Increase gasoline/diesel fuel tax and adjust annually for inflation, increase vehicle registration fees, and dedicate revenue for roads and other transportation purposes; Expand competitive bidding and warranties for road projects; Increase earned income tax credit.
Should this proposal be adopted? Yes or No.
Our annual bid opening took place January 23rd, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. for our materials and services. Please visit our Bids & Projects page for the annual bid tabulations.
Mailbox Damage Caused by Road Commission Operations:
For more information on our mailbox policy as well as others please visit our Policies page.
A roundabout is a circular intersection design increasingly being used by MDOT. While some people use the term "roundabouts" and "traffic circles" interchangeably, they are not the same thing. Here's how they differ: roundabouts are typically smaller than traffic circles, and drivers must yield to vehicles already in the roundabout before entering.
Roundabouts have been proven to safely decrease traffic delays and congestion. When selected and designed correctly, roundabouts can handle a high volume of traffic, including commercial trucks and large emergency vehicles. Roundabouts can cost less than traditional signalized intersections.
For more information on roundabouts please visit our Road Projects Page.