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The Connecting Lenawee Task Force CLTF) works under the One Lenawee umbrella. One Lenawee is a collaboration of Lenawee County volunteers dedicated to making Lenawee County a great place. The Connecting Lenawee Task Force is currently focusing on connecti...
A strong, engaged, dedicated board is a cornerstone to a successful operation.
The following are currently seeking candidates to fill an opening on their board, commission, or authority.
If you have any background experience and/or interest in ...
From the Emergency Management Department:
Code Red severe weather notification system delivers messages directly to your phone. To sign up for this service click on the link provided and go through the 3-step process of becoming a Code-Red user. Code...
The visioning process that was kicked off at the end of January at Siena Heights University has taken the show on the road to hold civic forums in several communities and forums for college students and high school students are also planned. Th...
Visit the Lenawee County Sheriff's Office Citizens Online Police Reporting system to submit a non-emergency report for such things as private property crash/no injuries, damage to property, harassment, theft, and more.
2017 Lenawee County Sky Warn Training Program
The Lenawee County Office of Emergency Management in cooperation with the National Weather Service and hosted by Adrian College is pleased to offer a Tornado spotter program on Thursday, May 4th beginning a...
Always have a plan for weather-related emergencies. Be sure your plan includes your pet and an easily accessible emergency kit. For more information visit:
The next Manager Certification training class is April 26th.
The last day to register for this class is Wednesday, March 29th.
For more information call 517-264-5213 or visit
It's National Poison Prevention Week! For information how and when to get help visit www.poison.org. Call 1-800-222-1222 to reach Poison Control anywhere in the United States!
Why should you get screened for colorectal cancer when you don't have symptoms? The fact is colorectal cancer doesn't always cause symptoms, especially early on.
Find colorectal cancer early by getting screened; screening finds polyps so ...
March is Red Cross Month! Donating blood is a simple thing to do but it can make a big difference in the lives of others. Please visit www.redcross.org to see hou you can help.