Administrator's Office

COVID-19 Update to County Services:

Administrator’s Office/FOIA Coordinator

As we continue to evaluate and adjust our response, the safety of our residents and employees is of primary concern. Therefore, as we begin to reopen county buildings for services, we want to let you know what you can expect. We are committed to providing you county services while doing our part to stop the spread of this virus. COUNTY OFFICE BUILDINGS PUBLIC SCREENING

Instructions for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests can be found at http://www.lenawee.mi.us/299/Freedom-of-Information-Act-Requests 

Other questions can be submitted to county.administrator@lenawee.mi.us  

The County Administrator's Office was established in 1980 in a reorganization of the administrative structure to achieve efficiencies through coordination of County programs and through centralized direction of County internal functions.

The Office has three primary functions: provision of staff assistance to the County Commission and it's various Committees, communicating between the Commission and it's various program areas, and direction of County internal central services.

The office is constantly changing to meet the needs of the Board of Commissioners, County Departments, and County residents.

Status Reports for Lenawee County

Annotation 2019-12-26 090921

 

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