Washtenaw County, Michigan
As the fourth round of Open Enrollment begins, there are still thousands of uninsured residents in Washtenaw County. Get help finding affordable health care coverage and avoid the tax penalty in 2017.
For the past fifteen years during the holiday season the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office has held the “Shop with a Cop” program in both western and eastern Washtenaw County. Its purpose is to provide children in need with an opportunity to shop for gifts for those whom they love.
The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office would like to announce the fourth installment of our commuity education series. This session will be presented in partnership with Friends of Restorative Justice and Community Mental Health. It will focus on the Seattle LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion) program and the TJC (The Jail to Community) reentry program in Maryland and their potential application here in Washtenaw County.
Washtenaw County Public Health is providing additional information for any persons that may have been exposed to measles at the University of Michigan East Ann Arbor Health and Geriatrics Center on Thursday, Oct 13 from 9:00 am-3:00 pm. Public Health also reminds residents that when immunization rates are high in a community, measles is much less likely to spread.
Washtenaw County Public Health has confirmed a case of measles in an adult resident with a recent history of international travel.
On October 15, 2016, the Board of Commissioners (BOC) interviewed the four finalists for the County Administrator position: Gregory Dill, Robert Tetens, Muddasar Tawakkul, and James Palenick. Below are each finalist's presentation, application materials, and questions asked by the BOC at the end of each presentation.