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Roads & Construction
All public roads in Pittsfield Township are under the jurisdiction of the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC). Over the years, the WCRC has significantly reduced its financial contributions for the maintenance/improvement of public local roads, and has relied on available state and federal funding to maintain/improve public primary roads. To that end, as with all other Township's in Washtenaw County, Pittsfield Township has had to take a leadership role in identifying monies, either through general fund or state/federal funding, to maintain/improve the public local and primary roads in our community. Pittsfield, unlike Ypsilanti and most other communities, does not levy a local tax for roads. 

Contact the WCRC:

How to submit a service request or report a road concern:
Submit a service request to the WCRC via the Fix It App. Report a road emergency by calling 734.761.1500.
If there is a road concern that you would like the Township to be aware of, you can report a road concern online.
WCRC Fix It Request Tracker


Check out the latest news on road maintenance and construction in Pittsfield Township below.

WCRC: Road Resurfacing on Plum Ridge, Willow Ridge, & Willow Pond Dr Begins Week of June 1
There will be intermittent lane closures the week of June 1, 2020 on Plum Ridge Drive, Willow Ridge Drive, and Willow Pond Drive, east of Carpenter Road, for a road resurfacing project. Read on...
WCRC: Road Resurfacing on Regents Park Court, East of Lohr Road, Begins Week of June 1
There will be intermittent lane closures the week of June 1, 2020 on Regents Park Court, east of Lohr Road, for a road resurfacing project. Read on...
WCRC: Road Resurfacing Project on Carpenter Rd between Ellsworth Rd & Packard Rd to Begin May 4
On May 4 the WCRC will begin a road resurfacing project on Carpenter Rd between Ellsworth & Packard. The road will not be closed to traffic, but significant delays are likely due to lane restrictions. This project is expected to last until early-July. Read on...
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