About the Mason County Road Commission
The Mason County Road Commission is a county-level road agency covering all of Mason County, Michigan. We are responsible for 237 miles of county roads, 716 miles of local roads, and 39 bridges.
Founded in 1940, our agency has maintained the primary and local public roadways outside of the city and village limits for the last 80 years. Our constant goal throughout this time has been to provide the safest, most convenient and accessible roadways for the public. We are dedicated to uplifting the community through good roads, easy transportation, and agency transparency.
The Mason County Road Commission is governed by a board of three County Road Commissioners. Learn more about the board here. Our day-to-day staff includes engineers and technicians, a superintendent, a foreman, and administrative staff. Find out more about our staff here.
The Mason County road system will be recognized as the premier rural road system in Michigan through innovation and proactive planning, with an exceptional workforce that inspires public trust.
It is the Mission of the Mason County Road Commission to construct, manage, and maintain the publicly held roadways in the safest and best condition possible and in the most cost-effective manner with the resources provided. The 2030 Strategic Plan and The Five-Year Plan have been established to accomplish the Mason County Road Commission’s Vision and Mission Statement.