The goal of the Board of County Road Commissioners of the County of Kalamazoo is using our expertise, energy and funds to provide the safest and most convenient road system possible, and to contribute to economic development and
high quality of life throughout the county.
Our goal is to maintain a county road system that is safe and convenient for public travel and to manage the roadside environment, with a view toward preservation.
The Road Commission of Kalamazoo County (RCKC) maintains 1,265.79 miles of road throughout the 576 square mile county. The primary road system consists of 449.28 miles; the remaining 816.51 miles comprise the local system. Along with our maintenance operations, we maintain 61 bridges, over 20,883 signs, 47 traffic signals and 41 flashing lights at intersections.
Working with other governmental units, we work hard to locate and maximize every dollar available for infrastructure maintenance and construction. We are dedicated to public service and available to serve you.
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Countywide Construction Update (posted May 22, 2015)
Countywide Construction Update for the week of 05-25-15 more
Kalamazoo Township Construction Update (posted May 22, 2015)
Kalamazoo Township Construction Update for the week of 05-25-15 more
Heavy Truck Operator and Project Engineer Posting (posted May 08, 2015)
JOIN AN AWARD WINNING TEAM in PUBLIC SERVICE. The Road Commission of Kalamazoo County (RCKC) is seeking candidates for the position(s) of Heavy Truck Operator and Project Engineer. See "News" tab for more details.
U Avenue Wakeshma Township (posted May 07, 2015)
U Avenue Construction in Wakeshma Township begins Friday, May 8, 2015 more
I-94/Sprinkle Road Interchange (posted Mar 13, 2015)
MDOT- beginning Monday, March 16 one lane of traffic will be maintained on Sprinkle Road, however I-94 RAMPS AT SPRINKLE ROAD WILL BE CLOSED AND TRAFFIC WILL BE DIRECTED TO ADJACENT INTERCHANGES. more