News from Across eWashtenaw
These news stories come from all departments and sections of eWashtenaw.
Pipeline, a publication of the Michigan Association of County Drain Commissioner, Vol 25, No 2, Summer 2016, includes an interview with Evan Pratt and his thoughts and roles on the Governor's 21st Century Infrastructure Commission
On June 15, 2016 at 7:47 p.m., Washtenaw Metro-Dispatch received a 911 call from Isabel Kipke (18), who reported that her sister Tessa (16) had just passed out in their kitchen and was not breathing but had a faint pulse.
National HIV Testing Day is a great time to get the facts about HIV and get tested. Washtenaw County Public Health is offering appointments and more opportunities for walk-in HIV testing throughout the week.
Wild Ones is our newest member to the Community Partners for Clean Streams program. Thank you for your commitment to encouraging people to plant native plants and rain gardens.
Ever wonder what the black fencing around construction sites is and what it is used for? It's called Silt Fence and is used on construction sites for sediment control. Silt fence is designed to be used as a perimeter sediment control device to keep eroded soil particles from leaving construction sites.
Eby-Brown is having a job fair at the Michigan Works! Southeast Service Center on Thursday, July 7, 2016 from 9:00am-12:00pm. 304 Harriet St. Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Master Maintenance is having a job fair at the Michigan Works! Southeast Service Center on Thursday, July 7, 2016. 304 Harriet St. Ypsilanti, MI 48197, from 1pm-4pm.
GDI Omni is having a Job Fair Thursday, July 7, 2016 from 1:00 pm —4:00 pm at the Michigan Works! Southeast Service Center, 304 Harriet St Ypsilanti, MI 48198. GDI is hiring for Janitorial positions in the Ann Arbor area.
The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office is hosting a Gun Turn-In program this Saturday, June 25th. If you have a gun that you would like to dispose of come turn it in to the WCSO. For each working firearm you return you will be given a $50 Visa gift card.
WCSO Deputies & Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety partner with a Dexter Daisy Troop to learn about safety!
Back in April, Corporal Stuck, Deputy Spike and Kalamazoo DPS Officer Higby visited a Dexter Daisy Troop at the Dexter Library to talk about safety.
$4.5 Million in Human Services Funding Awarded to Non-Profits Providing Safety Net Services by Coordinated Funders
Coordinated Funders commit program operating funds to four priority areas.
Washtenaw County Law Enforcement Agencies Collaborate to Hold Gun Safety Week 2016; Congresswoman Dingell and Gene Kopf from Kalamazoo to Speak at Press Conference.
All the law enforcement agencies in Washtenaw County have joined together to help make our County and our residents safer, by holding a Gun Safety Week June 20th through June 25th, 2016 in order to educate and raise awareness and encourage responsible gun ownership. The Board of Commissioners passed a resolution on June 1st declaring June 20th through June 25th as Gun Safety Week in Washtenaw County.
National Men’s Health Week ended on Father’s Day. Washtenaw County Public Health encourages all smokers to set a date to quit. You can still quit for your dad, the dads in your life – or yourself. Start living a healthier, tobacco-free life.
Farm Stand Thursdays at Washtenaw County Public Health start June 16th! Join us 11 am - 2 pm in the courtyard at 555 Towner Street, Ypsilanti
The purpose of the project is to engage the community in a discussion regarding the city’s storm water capital and financial needs.
A section of the B2B in Gallup Park (Geddes Dam to the Gallup Picnic Shelter) will be closed for reconstruction on July 5 through September.
Washtenaw County Public Health's 2015 annual report is available
WCSO Deputies participated in a friendly trap shooting competition with the Dexter High School Trap Team on May 17th at the Ann Arbor Moose Sportsman’s League in Dexter. A great way for WCSO to engage with the youth and the communities we serve.
After two years, it is time to reevaluate and make improvements to make our Continuum of Care even stronger