The lobby at the KCRC Central Complex, located at 1500 Scribner, is now open for limited in-person services; contacting KCRC in advance to schedule an appointment is recommended. The public is encouraged to connect with KCRC remotely, when possible.
KCRC deploys mowers Monday through Friday, but with over 3,000 miles of roadside to cover, it takes times. In this video, KCRC's Jerry Byrne shares tips to help motorists entering traffic when seasonal vegetation is high.
Work includes road widening on 68th St., bridge rehabilitation on Vinton Ave., trail work by Cascade Township and railroad repair on Whitneyville Ave.
KCRC deploys mowers Monday through Friday, throughout the network to cover more than 3,000 mile, and this takes times. Here are tips to help drivers safely enter traffic when vegetation is high.
Kent County Road Commission and Kentwood Public Works Department invite third-grade students to "participate from home" in the fourth annual Work Zone Safety Poster Contest and help encourage safe work zone driving habits.
Local agencies including KCRC are exempting from seasonal weight restrictions motor carriers and drivers providing direct assistance in support of COVID-19 relief efforts.