In accordance with Act 200 of the Michigan Public Acts of 1969, any activity or use of county road right-of-way other than for highway travel purposes and maintaining natural vegetation requires a right-of-way permit from the Road Commission. A completed right-of-way permit may be required before the township will issue a land use permit. Please allow 7 - 10 workdays for processing the permit.
The contractor performing the work must have a valid certificate of insurance on file with the Road Commission before a permit will be issued. You must have your signed permit by the Road Commission before performing any type of work in the road right-of-way.
All permits require liability insurance. Please review the Liability Insurance (PDF) requirements to determine how it pertains to your permit.
Each type of permit has associated fees that MUST be paid at the time of application. If payment is not received, the permit will not be processed. View the Fee Schedule (PDF) for more information.