News from Across eWashtenaw
These news stories come from all departments and sections of eWashtenaw.
On Thursday, Feb. 2, a support group will be held for youth from 14 to 26 with chronic health issues and/or disabilities.
Half-priced radon test kits are available at Washtenaw County Public Health’s Environmental Health Division and the Ypsilanti Township Supervisor’s Office through January 31, 2017.
Washtenaw County Office of Community & Economic Development (OCED) invites you to meet our staff, learn about our work, and give us input on community & economic issues.
In response to a steady upward trend in suicides locally, a town hall will be held on Feb. 7 to increase community awareness, promote prevention strategies and provide information on local resources.
Western Washtenaw Construction Authority Seeks Building Official, Building Inspector and Plan Reviewer
Mental Health First Aid Training for Adults and for Youth is available to Any and All community members with interest. No professional background is required to potentially save a life!
Regularly scheduled monthly meeting is cancelled for January 2017
50+ volunteers sought for PIT Count
Ann Arbor Tobacco 21 Law takes effect Jan. 1, 2017.
View a timeline of Washtenaw County Public Health's accomplishments since its founding in 1941.
Located in Ypsilanti, both Erickson and Holmes Elementary schools have joined Community Partners for Clean Streams and Waste Knot. As our newest Environmental Excellence partners, these two schools are interested in building rain gardens and improving their recycling programs.
Suicide Death Review Team issues recommendations to raise community awareness, reverse local trends
Use links below to review each proposal.
Sheriff Jerry L. Clayton is proud to announce the most recent promotions within the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office.
Congratulations to all!
Six development proposals were received for the Platt Road site. Proposal reviews slated for January 2017 completion.