News from Across eWashtenaw
These news stories come from all departments and sections of eWashtenaw.
The Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission has 3 great camp options available for you this summer!
WCSO shares SEMCOG’s regional update reference the increase in traffic crashes, fatalities and injuries with some tips on how to avoid crashes and reduce injuries.
Preliminary analysis by Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) shows that traffic crashes in the seven-county region (Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne Counties) have increased for the fourth consecutive year. Total traffic crashes increased by six percent in 2016, up from 138,710 crashes in 2015. Both traffic fatalities and serious injuries increased by 10 percent in the region. The rise in traffic crashes, fatalities, and serious injuries in Southeast Michigan is consistent with state and national trends.
The Meri Lou Murray Recreation Center is proud to present our first ever, Family Date Night on April 29th, from 6:30pm - 9:30pm! Join us for a night of fun, filled with arts & crafts, pizza & snacks, a short presentation by our County Naturalists, and a movie screening of 'A Bug’s Life'!
Six development proposals were received for the Platt Road site. Proposal reviews slated for January 2017 completion.
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The Washtenaw County Board of Health passed a similar resolution
Annual report highlights OCED's efforts to work with community partners and stakeholders to delivery critical community services.
Check out this video showing how stormwater can make it to the river in 15-30 minutes. Along the way, stormwater picks up garbage, dirt and heat. All of that makes up non-point source pollution which is the biggest problem for clean streams. Planting rain gardens, installing rain barrels and keeping green spaces green helps keep our streams clean.
United Way of Washtenaw County VITA Program offers free tax return service. VITA Program part of initiative to increase financial stability of low-income working individuals & families
Charitable donation directed to Barrier Busters Program providing eviction prevention, utility shut-off and other emergency assistance to Washtenaw County residents in need.
The WCSO takes particular pride in this program as it is an entirely staff generated initiative designed to provide children in need with an opportunity to shop for gifts for themselves and those whom they love. Selected by school social workers on the basis of demonstrated need, these are children who might not otherwise have had much of a holiday.
Searchable results of local health surveys are now online in English and Spanish.
In response to a steady upward trend in suicides locally, a town hall was 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!
View a timeline of Washtenaw County Public Health's accomplishments since its founding in 1941.