Roughly 20 miles of primary road improvements, more than 6 miles of local road improvements, and more than 70 miles of preventative maintenance performed this spring and summer by the Ottawa County Road Commission.
The Ottawa County Road Commission will use these funds in 2018 to complete approximately 7 miles of additional improvements to primary and local roads.
The Ottawa County Road Commission will close the southbound lane of the 68th Avenue bridge over the Grand River beginning Monday, Feb. 26, for emergency repairs.
Fluctuating temperatures, melting snow and heavy rains are beginning to take their toll on area roads in the form of potholes.
While shoveling snow after a winter storm can seem like a daunting task, there are some ways to shovel that end up making cleanup easier for everyone in the long run.
Here is a behind-the-scenes look at how the Ottawa County Road Commission manages winter weather.
While we often take for granted having passable roads once a snowstorm passes, there is a lot that goes into winter road maintenance by our local road crews.
While the Ottawa County Road Commission is preparing for the winter maintenance season, projects for the 2018 construction season are already on the radar for the county road agency.
Construction season is winding down across Ottawa County, and officials from the Ottawa County Road Commission say they’ve had a successful year improving roads and bridges across the county.
The Ottawa County Road Commission has announced the closure of Lakeshore Drive between Lake Michigan Drive and Hiawatha Drive beginning Monday, July 24.
Residents commuting over the Green Street bridge over Stearns Bayou in Robinson Township will need to find an alternate route beginning next week.
The Ottawa County Road Commission sprang into action immediately after learning of the large sinkhole on 148th Avenue in Spring Lake Township on Wednesday morning.
Ottawa County plans 12 road projects for 2017.
Two years after voters approved a countywide road funding millage, the Ottawa County Road Commission has released an update that shows how those dollars have been and will be spent.
By now, you probably have heard about the legislation signed by Gov. Rick Snyder that aims to bring $1.2 billion in funding to fix and maintain Michigan's crumbling roads and bridges.