IONIA COUNTY ROAD DEPARTMENT

 

 

Business Hours

 

Monday Thru Friday

7:00a.m. to 3:00p.m.

 

Paul Spitzley - Managing Director

  

With pride, the Road Department for Ionia County strives to provide the

highest quality roads and bridges to the public and commercial users in

the most effective manner possible

 

BOARD MEMBERS

 

Charles G. Minkley - Chair


Robert G. Dunton - Vice Chair


Kenneth L. Gasper - Member


Albert A. Almy - Member


Karen D. Bota - Member

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Road Department for Ionia County

IN RESPONSE TO CONCERNS OVER THE CORONA VIRUS AND FOR THE SAFETY OF RESIDENTS AND EMPLOYEES, COUNTY OFFICES INCLUDING THE ROAD DEPARTMENT WILL BE CLOSED BEGINNING 03/18/20 AT 5 P.M., NORMAL OPERATIONS WILL RESUME MONDAY, MAY 4TH AT 6:00 A.M., HOWEVER OUR OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED. YOU MAY CONTACT THE OFFICE BY PHONE OR EMAIL DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS. TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY, YOU MAY CALL CENTRAL DISPATCH AT 616-527-0400 OR DIAL 911.

Seasonal Summer Help

The Ionia County Road Department is currently seeking candidates for seasonal summer help. Duties consist of manual labor, traffic control, patching potholes, buildings and grounds maintenance and other duties as assigned. Applicants must be 18 years of age, possess a valid Michigan driver’s license, provide their own steel-toed boots and be able to pass a drug test. Normal work hours are Monday – Thursday, 6 am – 4 pm. The pay rate will be $11 per hour. Positions are temporary and will be held through the end of August. Applications are available on our website at www.ioniacountyroads.org/employment. Completed applications can be returned via email to info@ioniacountyroads.org or mailed to 170 E. Riverside Drive, Ionia, MI 48846. Completed applications are due by 4 pm on Thursday, May 7, 2020. The Ionia County Road Department is an EOE, affirmative action employer with a drug free workplace.

On October 28, 2019, the Ionia County Board of Commissioners voted to dissolve the Ionia County Road Commission and to assume the responsibilities. The operations necessary to maintain the roads will be carried out by the same staff as previously employed under the Ionia County Road Commission.


The Road Department Advisory Board will evaluate policies, procedures, financial and infrastructure and make recommendations to the Ionia County Board of Commissioners.


The Board of Commissioners looks forward to working with the Advisory Board, Road Department Employees, County Administration and the other local units of government to improve the financial stability and the conditions of the roads in Ionia County.


170 East Riverside Dr. Ionia, MI 48846           Phone: 616-527-1700                 Fax: 616-527-8848

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