IONIA COUNTY ROAD COMMISSION

 

 

Business Hours

 

Monday Through Friday

7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

Dorothy G. Pohl - Managing Director

  

With pride, the Road Commission 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

 

Karen D. Bota - Chair


Charles G. Minkley - Vice Chair


Kenneth L. Gasper - Member


Albert A. Almy - Member


Robert G. Dunton - Member

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Road Commission for Ionia County

170 East Riverside Dr. Ionia, MI 48846           Phone: 616-527-1700                 Fax: 616-527-8848
Ionia County Road Commission is hiring!
 

Class A Mechanic


The Ionia County Road Commission is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Class A

Mechanic. Applicants should possess, at a minimum, a high school education or equivalent and at

least three years of work related experience. Advanced training or experience in electronics and

computer diagnostics is required. Heavy Truck Repair Certification or the ability to gain

certification is required. You will be responsible for service on light trucks, heavy trucks, and heavy

equipment. Class A CDL is desired.


Further details, along with the job description and application package, are available on our

website at www.ioniacountyroads.org. Application packages can also be requested by calling

our office at (616) 527-1700. Completed packages must be returned no later than 4:00 p.m. on

Wednesday, December 27, 2017. We are an EOE/AA employer with a drug-free workplace.


TO APPLY: You must complete the attached Application and Supplemental Questionnaire.

Completed forms can be returned via email to info@ioniacountyroads.org or via mail to Ionia

County Road Commission, PO Box 76, Ionia, MI 48846. Deadline is 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday,

December 27, 2017.


Pay range is $14.28 to 22.40 hourly.


CLICK ON THE APPLICATION PACKAGE BELOW TO APPLY


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4-WAY STOP CONTROL APPROVED FOR

JORDAN LAKE ROAD AND GRAND RIVER AVENUE INTERSECTION

 

Berlin Township, Ionia County, Mich. – At the July 12th, 2017 Ionia County Board of Road Commissioners meeting, the Board approved the traffic control study recommendation to change the existing 2-Way Stop control for Jordan Lake Road to a 4-Way Stop Control for Grand River Avenue and Jordan Lake Road intersection.

 

The recommendation was based on the current traffic volumes being relatively equal, and proximity to the interchange with Interstate 96 justifying a 4-Way Stop control.

 

The Jordan Lake Road and Grand River Avenue Intersection has experienced an increase in public awareness and signing requests the last few years resulting from crashes.  The Road Commission has studied the intersection both in-house and with Michigan Department of Transportation staff, made additional warning signing improvements and continued monitoring the intersection.

 

The change will become effective Tuesday, July 18th, 2017, with new signing on Grand River Avenue. Motorists are advised to be cautious at the intersection as the new signing becomes familiar and Grand River Avenue users get acquainted with the signing changes.


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