What is Transparency?
This Transparency section is required by the State of Michigan, Public Act 51 of 1951, amended. Transparency keeps citizens continuously informed about the activities of the OCRC. On this page you’ll find financial reports, budget information, and other required links and documents. The OCRC is committed to maintaining the public’s trust and making the best and most efficient use of all funds received.
- Act 51 Report, FY 2014 – Recipients of Michigan Transportation Funds are required to report their annual earnings and expenditures to the Michigan Department of Transportation. MDOT reviews the Street Financial Reports submitted by agencies and determines compliance with reporting requirements.
- OCRC Budget, FY 2015
- Job Classification and Wage Rate Certification
- MDOT Form 2067, Annual Certification of Employee related Conditions — to comply with Public Act 51, Section 18j, MCL 247.668
- Michigan Department of Treasury Local Unit Audit Reports — View reports from previous years (for our area) and/or those from other municipalities.
- MTF (Michigan Transportation Funds) Distributio — This Web page allows the user to search the MTF payments distribution to counties, cities, and villages. Select Oscoda County and by specify a date range of 1/1/xx to 12/31/xx.
- Transportation Asset Management Council Dashboard — The information in this dashboard has been provided by the Michigan Transportation Asset Management Council for the State of Michigan. The gauges from the dashboards show the condition, operation, and investment in Michigan’s public road system from the Transportation Asset Management Council (TAMC) Website. By viewing the gauges you can measure the performance of the Oscoda County Road Commission (OCRC) and compare performance for roads under the jurisdiction of the State of Michigan, counties, cities and villages.
- Pavement — gauges the condition of paved road surfaces for the OCRC
- Bridge — gauges the condition of OCRC bridges based on bi-annual bridge inspections
- Traffic — gauges the estimated annual miles on OCRC roadways
- Safety — gauges the number of traffic accidents to measure how effectively the OCRC road system is performing
- Maintenance — gauges the activities of snow removal, patching, grading, and mowing
- Finance — gauges how investments in the road and bridge system are made by the OCRC according to Public Act 51 reporting
NOTE: Be patient – there is a large amount of data provided by Asset Management so the available information can take a few minutes to load and initialize.