The goal of the Board of County Road Commissioners of Kalamazoo County is using our expertise, energy and funds to provide the safest and most convenient road system possible, and to contribute to economic development and
high quality of life throughout the county.
Our goal is to maintain a county road system that is safe and convenient for public travel and to manage the roadside environment, with a view toward preservation.
The Kalamazoo County Road Commission (KCRC) maintains 1,266.68 miles of road throughout the 576 square mile county. The primary road system consists of 449.28 miles; the remaining 817.40 miles comprise the local system. Along with our maintenance operations, we maintain 60 bridges, over 20,400 signs, 47 traffic signals and 41 flashing lights at intersections.
Working with other governmental units, we work hard to locate and maximize every dollar available for infrastructure maintenance and construction. We are dedicated to public service and available to serve you.
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At their July 1, 2014 Board Meeting the Board of Road Commissioners of Kalamazoo County approved an approximately $1.4 million additional investment to be spent on primary road projects in this 2014 budget year. The Board authorized the additional funding to be used on two projects in Climax Township. The approved projects are: more
On Tuesday, June 17, 2014 the Board of County Road Commissioners of Kalamazoo County unanimously approved a resolution regarding the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study (KATS) Draft Complete Streets Policy. more
Residents ordered by Circuit Court to Remove Non-Conforming Mailboxes (posted Jul 12, 2013)
Removal order issued by Circuit Court for all Non-Conforming Mailboxes. more
Transportation Report Shows Cost of Legislative Inaction (posted Feb 05, 2013)
Legislative inaction is causing Michigan roads to deteriorate at a rate of $3 million daily- more than $1 billion annually -according to a report released by the County Road Association of Michigan. more