Shea Road Reconstruction - Palms Road to Marsh
Road Ira and Cottrellville Townships, St. Clair County, Michigan
is more particularly described as 58,000 square yards of HMA base crushing and
shaping, 12,000 tons of HMA, 4,000 tons of shoulder aggregate, 80 feet of
73"x55" CMP arch culvert, guardrail replacement and miscellaneous
shall be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check on a solvent bank in the
State of Michigan payable to the St. Clair County Road Commission in the amount
of five percent (5%) of the total bid as guarantee that the successful bidders
will enter into a contract. Bid bonds will be accepted.
shall be in accordance with the current Michigan Department of Transportation
Standard Specifications for Construction, Standard Plans and Supplemental
Specifications. Proposal blanks including supplemental specifications may
be obtained at the office of the St. Clair County Road Commission at the above
The SCCRC, in
accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252, 42 USC
2000d to 2000d-4 and Title 49, code of Federal Regulations, Department of
Federally-assisted programs of the Department of Transportation issued pursuant
to such Act, hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that
in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business
enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this
invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of gender,
disability, race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award.
reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, waive irregularities in any
bid and make award in any manner deemed in the best interest of the County.
St. Clair County Road
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Winter Weather and
Road Commission discusses sever Weather and what it means to the County
Blue Water Television Network interviewed the St. Clair County Road
Commission's Managing Director, Kirk Weston, on Tuesday, February 4, 2014.
the video here
||over Richmond/Columbus Drain (8-17P)
||Due to advancing steel reinforcement
deterioration the following structure's maximum load rating has been
Gratiot Road over Richmond-Columbus Drain (8-17P) in Columbus
Current structure capacity is:
22 ton - Single
41 ton - Double
53 ton - Triple
||32nd Street and Michigan
||April 07, 2014
||Demolition and construction of the MDOT I=94
bridges over Lapeer Road
Starting on 04/15/2014. Traffic will be restricted to a single
lane maintained by temporary traffic signals.
Night time closures are allowed for demolition. We are
anticipating the first closure will be the night of 04/15/2014 with
closures on the two following nights as well. These night closures
are set up to close at 8PM and reopen at 6AM the following day.
This is a Michigan Department of Transportation project.
Contractor: Walter Toebe Construction Company
June 18, 1913 to June 18, 2013 and
Please visit our Anniversary
page for more information and upcoming events.
Thanks to all who
voted for the St. Clair County Road Millage!
Road Millage passes
proposal for a county-wide road millage was successful. The St. Clair
County Road Commission pledges to use its share of the millage to meet the
required match to obtain federal funds for eligible road and bridge projects.
of proposed projects for 2013
Gravel Haul Video
Michigan Work Zone Awareness
We'd like to
remind motorists that "Safer driving creates safer work zones, and not
to barrel through work zones."
More than 85 percent of all people killed in highway work zone crashes
are drivers and passengers, not highway workers. Although traffic
fatalities are down significantly with increased public education efforts
and law enforcement, Michigan experienced more than 5,100 traffic crashes in
2010 where construction activity was present.
While many factors contribute to deadly work zone crashes, driver
behavior plays a huge role.
"We ask motorists to slow down, buckle up, drive sober, pay
attention and at all times drive as if their life depends on it because it
just might," Niemela said. "Although it is very early in the
construction season we have already experienced serious work zone crashes,
taking the life of a highway worker."
In Michigan, most work zones are posted at 45 MPH where workers are
present. Motorists speeding in work zones are subject to doubled fines
and additional points against their driver license. Causing the injury
of another person in a work zone is a misdemeanor punishable by up to one
year in prison and $1,000 in fines, and causing the death of a person in a
work zone is a felony punishable by and up to 15 years in prison and $7,500
The County Road Association of Michigan represents Michigan's 83 county
road agencies that collectively maintain more than 75 percent of Michigan
roads - more than 90,000 miles - the fourth largest local road system in the
||Setting Speed Limits
wonder how speed limits are set? Please review this video
for more information.
Encroachment and/or Obstructions
Michigan State Law, Public Act No. 368 of 1925, as amended (MCL 247.171, MSA
9.251), the St. Clair County Road Commission prohibits and, when necessary,
removes any encroachment and/or obstruction in the county road right-of-way. It
is recognized that encroachments and/or obstructions along the roadways severely
impact the convenience and safety of the motoring public. The removal of such
encroachments and/or obstructions promotes safety for the motoring public,
improves the aesthetics of the roadway, and lawfully eliminates interference
with public and private utilities within the public road right-of-way. When
removal is necessary, it is at the owner’s expense.
Simply defined, an encroachment and/or obstruction is the unauthorized use of
highway right-of-way or easements. An encroachment and/or obstruction includes
any object, vegetation, landscape, earthwork, sign, fence, and/or building; and
other objects, including oversized mailboxes or posts.
The Board of St. Clair County Road Commissioners uniformly and fairly conducts
the administration of the state law governing encroachment and/or obstruction
within the right-of-way. The Board recognizes that there are many encroachments
and/or obstructions within what is commonly recognized as the right-of-way of
the county road system. The Board also recognizes that these encroachments
and/or obstructions constitute hazards to the motoring public ranging from non
to severe and that the staff time available to identify, assess, recommend
action, and follow-up on these encroachments and/or obstructions is limited.
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