“We look to the council to create a culture for our employees that respects diversity and creates policies that promote equity and inclusion internally and in the critical services we provide to the public.
Public Health may now reduce the length of quarantine if specific conditions are met.
The $10 million Oakland Together Restaurant Relief Program will use $7 million of Oakland County’s federal CARES Act allocation and $3 million from the county’s general fund to help restaurants hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic and a reduction in business.
Grants will be awarded in the amount of up to $15,000 per eligible business on a “first-in” basis.
Prospective pet owners should call 248-858-1070 to schedule an appointment.
Here’s a list of our Reporter Food columns featuring some of Oakland County’s best pizza.
The new locations will be in the communities of Holly, Rochester, Southfield, and Pontiac.
Shipt is a service that shops for you and then safely delivers the groceries and household essentials direct to your door.
Contestants must be an Oakland County student in grades 6–12
Be sure to call or check online to see if a destination is open:
Financial assistance can be provided for:
Home & Vehicle Repairs
Other Financial Impacts due to COVID-19
This new list shows all current known COVID-19 testing locations in all 83 Michigan counties.
Oakland County Parks and Recreation (OCPR) Annual Vehicle Permits are now available for 2021.
The State of Michigan has issued new restrictions for three weeks to stop the spread of COVID-19.
CISMA hosts and co-hosts events to increase public awareness about invasive species and how to best manage and prevent them.
This class lists good and bad trees, why you should choose one tree over another. It also explains micro-climate environmental conditions. Finally, it will discuss oak wilt, a devastating disease to oak trees.
How to buy a home
Eviction Diversion Program
Tax foreclosure prevention
Federal, state, and local housing and community resources
The free event, sponsored by Women Confronting Racism, will explore the intersection of race, racism, and health disparities in the state of Michigan.
“Workplace outbreaks are increasing along with the state’s community numbers,” said Director of COVID-19 Workplace Safety Sean Egan.
To be eligible, an organization must be a non-profit with tax-exempt status, be physically located in Oakland County and provide most of its services to county residents.