Welcome to Huron County Drain Commission!


Herbicide Spray Notice 

To the residents of Huron County, notice is hereby given that the Saginaw Bay CISMA will be implementing herbicide application for the treatment of invasive Phragmites. This will be taking place between September 15- October 30, 2022. Treatment maps will be available at www.sbcisma.com

We will be using our invasive species strike team who are licensed commercial pesticide applicators to apply the herbicide AquaNeat containing the active ingredient Glyphosate. Treatment will be performed along roadside ditches in Huron County, all treatment is weather dependent. 

 If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Saginaw Bay CISMA at 989-846-4565 ext. 5. 


Stephanie Hoyle

Saginaw Bay CISMA Coordinator”

2022 Vegetation Management Program is continuing, click here for more details

Our Team

Meet your Huron County Drain Commission Staff:​

  • Erik Tamlyn, P.E.
    • Deputy Drain Commissioner
  • Dave Kociba
    • Drain Maintenance and Operations
  • Kristie Koroleski
    • Drain Clerk


Services from Huron County Drain Commission include:​​

  • Maintenance of County Drains
  • Brush Control
  • Drain Clean-Out
  • Administration of the Michigan Drain Code


HCDC Board Meeting

Pigeon River I/C Meeting 9/26/22

Appin I/C Meeting, Livingston I/C & McNeil I/C Meeting 9/26/22

Huron I/C & McComb I/C Meeting 9/26/22

Lamka I/C Meeting 9/26/22

See below for Notice for September 20, 2022 Day of Review

Policy Regarding Electronic Meeting 

Procedures for Drain Code Public
Bodies, approved 4/15/2020.

Click here for Policy.

A Little Information About HCDC

Located in the “thumb” of Michigan’s lower peninsula, the Huron County Drain Commission is responsible for the maintenance and construction of more than 320 active drainage districts covering more than 1,200 miles in length.  To contact the drain commission directly call 989-269-9320.

Huron County Map

Related Organizations


The Huron County Road Commission is responsible for the construction and maintenance of 344 miles of primary roads and 1,279 miles of local roads that lie within 27 townships.  We also maintain 341 lane miles of state trunk lines under a contract agreement with the Michigan Department of Transportation.


The Huron County Parks system includes six full service campgrounds and three day use parks which are located along the 92 miles of Lake Huron shoreline.  For more information regarding the parks please visit their website at www.huroncountyparks.com  or call 888-265-2583.


Huron County Memorial Airport is a business class airport featuring a 5,001 foot main runway and a 3,496 foot secondary runway.  It is the only airport in the thumb that provides jet service needs.  To contact the airport directly call 989-269-6511.