Request for Proposals
Engineering Design Services for Preliminary (Design) Engineering
Lapeer County Road Commission is accepting proposals for the following:
Otter Lake Road - Otter Lake Road at North Lake Road (intersection improvements), Marathon Twp.
Millville Road - Oregon Road to approximately 1,000 feet north of Reamer Road, Mayfield Twp.
Click here for specifications of the proposals, questions can be directed to
Ryan Doyle 810-664-6272 x309
Send sealed proposal to Lapeer County Road Commission, 820 Davis Lake Road, Lapeer, MI 48446 by 1:30 p.m. May 21, 2015
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.
820 Davis Lake Road
Lapeer, MI 48446
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M-24 in Lapeer
Construction has begun on M-24 from Demille to Nepessing. Traffic will be configured into one lane for each direction.
East and West Traffic - Demille, Genesee and Nepessing will all be reduced to one lane for each direction.
Farmers Creek bridge / M-24 - Detour will begin July 8, 2015 and continue until August 23rd.
As a reminder, to motorists, left hand turns in the construction zone are NOT permitted unless at the proper signals.
The construction on M-24 is an MDOT project, if you have questions or concerns please contact them at (517)-373-2090
Kings Mill Road
Clearing and chipping of the right of way began March 17, 2015, west of Jefferson Road in preparation of the KWA watermain project. Pipe is intended to arrive Monday April 20th, they will continue working west of Jefferson.
The Genesse County Drain Commission is cordinating this project, please contact them with your questions at 810-732-7870.
Bronson Lake Road
began March 19, 2015 with removal of trees from Marathon Road to Millville Road. Trees have been removed and cleanup is ongoing with intermittent lane closures.
Lapeer County Road Commission 810-664-6272
Fish Lake Road
Tree trimming and cutting began Tuesday March 31, 2015. The project started at Daley Road and continued north to Mott Road. The trees are down and cleanup is ongoing with possible lane closures.
Lapeer County Road Commission 810-664-6272
KWA Water Pipeline
Cade Road - Dudley Road to Cear Lake Road
Clear Lake Road - Cade Road to Lake Pleaseant
Lake Pleasant Road - Clear Lake Road to Kings Mill Road
Kings Mill Road - Lake Pleasant Road to Scholtz Road
Norway Lake Road - Scholtz Road to Flint River Road
Klam Road - Peters Road to Stanlley
Stanley Road - Klam through Tuscola County
Construction began Wednesday April 22, 2015 on the KWA water pipeline. The construction will begin on Cade Road and continue west across the whole county.
Questions can be directed to the Genesse County Drain Commission 810-732-7870
The Lapeer County Road Commission will be constructing a roundabout at the intersection of Genesee/Davison/Lake Nepessing. The construction is scheduled to begin May 4, 2015. Questions and concerns can be directed to Ryan Doyle, LCRC 810-664-6272 x309.
There will be full lane closures from May - mid June with posted detour routes.
Posted Detour Route: Elba/ I-69 / Lapeer Rd. / Demille Rd.
-Davison Road and Lake Nepessing Road are "Class A" Truck Routes which makes the detour long in order to handle the trucks. Local non-truck traffic is welcome to seek a shorter alternate route.
-Lake Nepessing road will remain open to businesses with access from the south. Genesee Street will have access from Lake Nepessing Road and Davison Road.
For more informarion on the roundabout project
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.
In order for individuals to make an informed decision about Proposal 1 here are a few resources.
Frequently Asked Questions on Prop. 1
Impact of 1 cent sales tax
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:
Occasionally, the Road Commission, as a result of its daily activities such as grading and snow plowing, may accidentally strike, knock down or damage a mailbox. Because of statutory responsibility 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. The owner shall contact the Road Commission and pick up the replacement post and mailbox within thirty (30) days of the incident. Replacements will not be available after this thirty (30) day period.
The Road Commission reserves the right not to offer a replacement post and mailbox if they feel the replacement is not justified.
For more information on our mailbox policy as well as others please visit our Policies page.
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