Ingham County Road Department

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What We Do...

The Ingham County Road Department (ICRD) is governed by the Board of Ingham County Commissioners. For information regarding the Ingham County Commissioners and public board meetings please visit the Board of Commissioners website.

Our Goal

To provide the best, safest, most effective and cost efficient road system possible to the people of Ingham County.

Responsibilities

The ICRD is responsible for more than 1,253 miles of roads outside incorporated cities and villages throughout Ingham County. Through the efforts of its more than 70 employees and 450 pieces of equipment, those roadways are cleared of snow and are kept in good repair. In addition, the ICRD is responsible for traffic signals, flashing beacons, bridges, road signs and culverts within county road rights of way throughout Ingham County's 550 square miles.

Duties

Snow and ice removal
Dust control on gravel roads
Roadside mowing
Traffic signs and signals
Pavement markings
Pothole patching
Design of roads and bridges
Construction inspection
Subdivision plat review
Traffic studies
 

The ICRD's primary responsibility is to provide reasonably safe roads through proper construction and maintenance. Safety is the ICRD's top priority.


Location
 
301 Bush Street,
P.O. Box 38

Mason, MI  48854-0038


Directions
Contact Us

Phone: (517) 676-9722 or
(800) 968-9733
TDD: (517) 676-7798
Fax: (517) 676-2085
E-mail:
roads@ingham.org
 
 Spring/Summer Office Hours (5/19 - 8/29)
Mon. - Thurs. 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
 
To report a road problem or reach us by email, send an email to
roads@ingham.org