The Wasthenaw County Road Commission is responsible for the repair, maintenance and snow removal of our road system within Ypsilanti Township.
WCRC maintains approximately 1,649 miles of certified roads in the county road system; out of those miles, 770 miles are gravel roads. There are 11 bridges and more than 2,000 culverts. WCRC is also contracted by the Michigan Department of Transportation to maintain approximately 580 miles of State Trunkline. All primary (590 miles) and local (1,059 miles) public roads in Washtenaw County that are outside the cities and villages are maintained by WCRC crews.
The WCRC Board meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at 1:00pm (unless otherwise noted in the schedule). The meetings are held in the Boardroom at the main facility (555 N Zeeb Rd, Ann Arbor). A complete Board packet will be posted on the WCRC website by 5:00pm on the Friday before the next scheduled Board meeting.
Snow Removal, Salting, Sanding
Road/Bridge Construction, Repair, Maintenance
Surface Treatments (pavement overlays, sealcoats, chip & crack sealing)
Gravel Road Maintenance (grading, berming, dust control)
Road Signage Maintenance
Guard Rail Repairs
Ensuring Steady Traffic Patterns (sign & signal maintenance)
Controlling Roadside Vegetation (mowing, brush cutting, tree removal)
Roadside Ditch/Storm Drainage Maintenance
If you have questions or concerns with the roadways such as potholes, dead trees in the right-of-way (area between the sidewalk and street), road signs knocked down or missing, traffic signals that are out or timing that needs adjusting, or speed bump installation, you can contact:
Contact Washtenaw County Road Commission: (734) 761 - 1500