Montana Association of County Road Supervisors (MACRS)

The MACRS organization was started in 1979 with John Bilbro of Rosebud County as the first President. The MACRS Conference and Seminar were held annually in different locations throughout Montana, however due to the growth and size of the conference it has been held for the last several years at conference facilities in Great Falls. The program covers a variety of topics dealing with ways to solve problems encountered in on-the-job situations and provides an opportunity to find out how other counties and communities cope. Anyone involved with the management of roads, streets and bridges will benefit from the knowledge shared at the MACRS conference. City, town, county, state and tribal personnel are welcome!

Steve Monlux Resources

MACRS Scholarship

Fall Semester Deadline – August 15th, Spring Semester Deadline – December 15th

More information can be found here MACRS Scholarship

 

2020-2021 Officers

District Representatives

MACo Representative

MACo Representatives, Transportation Committee

Vendor Representative

Past President

MACRS Bylaws

MACRS Mission Statement and Goals

 

Past MACRS Presidents:

'79,'80,'81-John Bilbro, Rosebud; '82-Gene Dreidlein, Meagher; '83-Vince Kerouac, Cascade; '84-Charlie Phillips, Flathead; '85-Jim Ellis, Lewis & Clark; '86-Marvin Kleinjan, Hill; '87-Bob Jacks, Missoula; '88-Bob Youngberg, Park; '89-Ken Jorgensen, Cascade; '90-Ed Beck, Sheridan; '91- Don Gallus, Blaine; '92-Sam Gianfrancisco, Gallatin; '93-Dale Rath, Fallon; '94-Sanford Haugsdal, Musselshell; '95 -Rick Seiler, Valley; '96-Don Bohne, Missoula; '97-Russ Huotari, Richland; '98 Jerry Otto, Hill, '99 Joe Foran, Dawson/Richard Miller, Beaverhead, 2000 John Ostlund, Yellowstone; 2001 Larry Juell, Sweet Grass; 2002 Eric Griffin, Lewis & Clark ; 2003 Jack Knorr, Stillwater County; 2004 Tom Romo, Roosevelt County; 2005 Russ Albers, Chouteau County; 2006 Tim White, Lincoln County, District #3; 2007 Jim McCarthy, Butte-Silver Bow; 2008 Wayne Waarvik, Valley County; 2009 Shawn Norick, Liberty County; 2010 Wayne Buck, Rosebud County; 2011 Mitch Urdahl, Gallatin County, 2012 Tom Fairbank, Blaine County, 2013 Jerry Backlund, Custer County, 2014 Ovila Byrd, Flathead County, 2015 John Stokes, Pondera County; 2016 John Anderson, Fergus County; 2017 Doug Nisbet, Lewis & Clark County; 2018 Clay Moore, Yellowstone County; 2019 Bobby Wiedmer, Fallon County. 

Conference Meeting Locations:

Havre, '83, Helena '84, Billings '85, Bozeman '86, Great Falls, '87, Livingston '88, Lewistown '89, Kalispell '90, Glasgow '91, Bozeman '92, Missoula '93, Helena '94, Polson '95, Billings '96, Lewistown '97, Great Falls '98, Kalispell '99, Havre 2000, Missoula 2001, Billings 2002, Fairmont Hot Springs 2003 , Bozeman 2004, Billings 2005, Great Falls 2006, Kalispell 2007, Helena 2008, Great Falls 2009, Great Falls 2010, Great Falls 2011, Great Falls 2012, Great Falls 2013, Great Falls 2014, Great Falls 2015, Great Falls 2016, Great Falls 2017, Great Falls 2018, Great Falls 2019, 2020 Cancelled due to COVID-19. 

MACRS Conference

Dues of $150 entitle the county to annual membership in MACRS and participation in the annual state Conference/Seminar for one county representative. The cost for additional participants from each county is $100 and they may register now or in person at the conference. Vendors dues are $400 annually for one representative and $100 for each additional representative. There is a nominal charge for additional tables at each conference. All monies are used for the MACRS organization. Membership Applications/Renewals and dues are collected annually by Montana LTAP on behalf of MACRS. Dues and bookkeeping records will be transferred to MACRS Secretary/Treasurer after they are collected.

Associate Membership For Vendors: By paying the initial Annual Associate MACRS Membership fee of $450, vendors have the opportunity to become an Associate MACRS Member for the additional $50. Their employees can also become MACRS Associate Members by paying $150 per employee. The additional $50 in each case provides vendor representation on MACRS Board, emails of all MACRS training notices, LTAP newsletters, and any electronic correspondence sent to MACRS members. See Vendor Registration Form to check appropriate box to become an Associate MACRS Member now!