COUNTY OF OGEMAW
STATE OF MICHIGAN
Adopted: February 4, 1970
Amended: May 9, 2001
Effective: May 9, 2001
The policies cited have been adopted by the Board of County Road Commissioners of Ogemaw County (Board) to promote safety and the general public welfare.
The Board continues to recognize that the right of access to county roads is incidental to ownership of abutting land. Our goal is to grant land owners access for their needs consistent with the Board’s right and responsibility to insist on the location and design of driveways that will provide freedom of traffic movement and safety of the highway users.
The driveway policy outlines the procedure for obtaining permit approval to construct, reconstruct or modify a driveway.
Official policies sometimes contain unfamiliar terminology, so feel
free to call us at
(989) 345-0234, or fax us at (989) 345-2337. We will be happy to answer any questions and look forward to working with you.
The Ogemaw County Road Commission Board and Staff
1.) Standards and Specifications for Roads, Streets, and Drainage pertaining to the Subdivision of lands. (In accordance with Act 288 of Public Acts of 1967 as amended).
2.) Residential and Commercial Driveway Standards and Fee Schedule.
3.) Fee Schedule for permits issued for work to be performed within the road right of way, i.e. utility installation. (Items 2 & 3 in accordance with Act 212 of Public Acts of 1980 as amended).
Copies of the proposed Standards and Fee Schedules will be available for review after April 27, 2001 at the offices of the Ogemaw County Road Commission during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 7:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
William Muzik, Chairman
Ogemaw County Road Commission
RESOLVED: That as of May 9, 2001, the Board of Ogemaw County
Commission hereby adopts the following Rules Governing the Granting of
Permits for Driveways, Road Closures and Banners and rescind all former
Rules Governing the Granting of Permits for Driveways, Road Closures
||Yeas:||William J. Muzik|
|William A. Cliff|
|Mitchel R. Holcomb|