Lapeer County Road Commission

Our goal is to serve Lapeer County by maintaining all county roads, bridges, and culverts within our jurisdiction to provide convenience and safety for the public.


Effective at 12:01 a.m. Monday, February 13th, 2017 weight restrictions (sometimes called “frost laws”)  will be imposed and enforced in Lapeer County. 

On routes designated as "All Season Routes/Class A" there will be no reduction in legal axle weight.  On routes designated as "Seasonal/Non-Designated" there will be a weight reduction of 25% for rigid pavements and 35% for flexible pavements. 



Snow Plowing Priorities
1. State Highways : 292 Miles
2. County Primary Roads : 359 Miles
3. County Local Roads : 951 Miles

In accordance with State of Michigan Law Act No. 82, Public Acts of 1978, 257.677. It is illegal to remove snow, ice or slush onto or across roadway or shoulder of the roadway and deposit it in a manner which causes a hazard or vision obstruction to drivers of motor vehicles.
Section 257.677a


Green Means Slow

This winter Lapeer County residents will begin seeing the green lights on our trucks maintaining State Roads within the County. Pending positive feedback our fleet will eventually all have the green lights to enhance the safety of residents and our drivers.






Mailbox Damage Caused by Road Commission Operations:
Occasionally, the Road Commission, as a result of its daily activities such as grading and snow plowing, may accidentially strike, knock down or damage a mailbox. Because of statutory responsiblity of the Road Commission to maintain the roadways and County right-of-ways, the agency is not held liable or responsible for any damage caused to private installations located within those roads and/or right-of-ways. However, the Road Commission shall offer the owner a replacement post and mailbox, which will be available at the Road Commission office.









Bicycle Lanes - Read valuable information about bicycle lanes
Speed Limits - Learn how and why speed limits are set
Guard Rails - Learn why cable guardrails are used
Driver Guide - Read Michigan's guide for aging drivers and their families
Traffic Signs - Learn why traffic signs are replaced when they seem fine
Turn signal - Learn about the new flashing yellow left turn signal
Lapeer County drivers are getting used to a new roundabout, just west of the city of Lapeer. Roundabout - How to use a roundabout and why they are built







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