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The Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) will reopen its Beverly Hills and Waterford Township (Paul Van Roekel Service Center) buildings to the public starting Monday, Aug. 2. This is the first time both buildings will be open to the public since March 2020.
Once the buildings are open, the public will again be allowed to attend Board of Road Commissioner meetings in person and at full capacity at the Road Commission’s Beverly Hills office as well as other meetings and offices at both facilities. The Board meetings have been held virtually since early last year.
“We have continuously served the public without any interruption during the COVID-19 virus,” RCOC Managing Director Dennis Kolar commented. “We are now looking forward to again being able to interact personally with the public.”
Regardless of vaccination status, RCOC requires everyone from the public to wear a mask and social distance when visiting either building.
The Beverly Hills building is located at 31001 Lahser Road, Beverly Hills, MI 48025, just north of 13 Mile Road. The Waterford Twp. building is located at 2420 Pontiac Lake Road, Waterford Township, MI, 48328.
Anyone can continue to contact RCOC via phone at (877-858-4804), e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or through the RCOC Website (www.rcocweb.org – click on the “Report an Issue” button at the top of the home page).