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Board Meeting Changes

The March 6, 2018 Board meeting has been cancelled.


Board Meeting Changes

The scheduled Board meetings for Dec. 5th, 19th, and Jan. 2nd, 2018 are cancelled.  Board meetings are now scheduled for Dec. 12th and 29th.


Shake your mailbox day!!! This Saturday, October 28, 2017!!!

If your mailbox moves when you shake it, it could be knocked over by snow thrown from a
passing snowplow. Make this Saturday the day you “Shake Your Mailbox!”


Check out the You Tube link below to see more info.


Board Meeting Cancelled

The October 3, 2017 Board Meeting has been cancelled.


Green St Lane Shift

Beginning this coming Monday, August 28, 2017 there will be a lane shift in place on Green St from M-37/M-43 to Cook Rd.  Please avoid the area and seek an alternate route.  All businesses and access will be open.


Board Meeting Cancelled

The Board meeting scheduled for August 1, 2017 has been cancelled.


Barry CRC Featured in CRA Magazine for Timber Bridge Construction!

The Barry CRC was high lighted in the County Road Association’s quarterly magazine, Crossroads.  This in regards to our construction of the timber bridge on McKeown Rd over Cedar Creek.  Check it out below!


Board Meeting Changes

The regularly scheduled Board meetings for July 4 & July 18 have been cancelled.


Board meetings will be held on July 11 & July 25 at 7:30am at the Road Commission offices.


Hastings Small Urban Task Force Meeting


Small Urban Task Force


A public meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. for the purpose of allowing local officials and interested citizens to propose and comment on a possible amendment to projects utilizing Federal Aid funds within the Small Urban boundary of the City of Hastings for Fiscal Year 2017.  The meeting will be held at the Barry County Road Commission:


1725 West M-43, Hastings, MI  49058


In Michigan, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) distributes Federal Aid money to local agencies.  Small Urban Task Forces prioritize the use of Federal Aid on projects for roads and transit within the urban areas with populations of 5,000 to 50,000.


Questions regarding this meeting can be directed to the Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study, representing the Southcentral Michigan Planning Council, at (269) 343-0766 or through email at  Additional information for this meeting may be found at