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Located at:

200 Commerce Drive
P.O. Box 187
Ithaca, MI 48847-0187

Phone:  989-875-3811
Fax:       989-875-2831
After Hour Emergency Call 911
email:
gratiot@gratiotroads.org

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday
6:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Employment Opportunity

The Gratiot County Road Commission is currently accepting bids for the following:

  Scraper Truck

Spreader Box, Underbody Scraper, Wing, Chloride System and Rear Sander


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What We Do
  Currently the Gratiot County Road Commission is responsible for 1183 miles of county roads and 120 county bridges.  In addition to maintaining and preserving all county roads and bridges the Gratiot County Road Commission also maintains an additional 234 lane miles of US and State Trunklines through a partnership with the Michigan Department of Transportation. 
Online Payments

About the Service

The Gratiot County Road Commission accepts credit cards and debit cards for the payment of permits and damage claim invoices through GovPayNet®.  There will be a nominal fee charged for this service.

As part of our commitment to provide citizens with efficient, convenient service, the Gratiot County Road Commission has partnered with GovPayNet® to offer payment options over the internet and by telephone by calling 888-604-7888.

Acceptable Payment Types & Associated Fees

American Express®, Discover®, Master Card®, and Visa® credit and debit cards and prepaid debit cards are accepted.  GovPayNet®, the service provider, charges a service fee for phone and online payment transactions.

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Mission Statement
The Gratiot County Road Commission is dedicated to using all available resources to provide the safest, most convenient road network possible for the people of Gratiot County. We strive to maintain the highest quality of service by utilizing the most cost effective methods of road and bridge maintenance driven by a detailed asset management program. Our work is a collaborative effort based on good working relationships with the townships, drain commission, cities and villages and the Michigan Department of Transportation. We encourage our employees to engage the community in an effort to be responsive to the citizens of Gratiot County and to better serve the community.