The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office, U of M Department of Public Safety, and Pittsfield Department of Public Safety will step up enforcement and be on the lookout for impaired drivers in Washtenaw County. This takes place from Thursday, March 16, 2017 - Wednesday, March 29, 2017. This time period includes the NCAA basketball tournament, many high school and college spring break periods, and St. Patricks Day. Law enforcement officers will work over 200 hours in Washtenaw County designated for impaired driving enforcement.
The Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over crackdown is coordinated by the Office of Highway Safety Planning (OHSP) and supported by federal traffic safety funds.
In Michigan, it is illegal to drive with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or higher, although motorists can be arrested at any BAC level if an officer believes they are impaired.
Join a small team of your friends, family and other interesting volunteers Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 9:00am - 1:00pm OR 10:30am - 2:30pm.
Volunteers meet at the HRWC Office in Ann Arbor and will car pool to two stream sites in Livingston, Oakland, Wayne and/or Washtenaw Counties. Collect samples of bugs and other creatures that live in our streams. These insects tell us how healthy the river system is, where the healthier areas are, and where we need to focus our restoration efforts. Children are welcome to attend with an adult.
You must register early to be assigned to a team. Registration deadline is Thursday, April 20, 2017.
The last day to register to vote is Monday, April 3, 2017 for the Special Election to be held Tuesday, May 2, 2017.
You can register to vote or amend your registration record in the Clerk's Office Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm (Closed 12:00pm - 1:00pm for lunch daily).
If you have moved recently, you must amend your registration record.
As snow and ice cover recede from Michigan lakes, officials say people should be prepared to see dead fish or other aquatic creatures in the water.
The Department of Natural Resources says winter conditions often cause die-offs of fish, turtles, frogs, toads and crayfish.
Martha Wolgamood of the Fisheries Division says “winter kill” is common, particularly in shallow lakes with excess vegetation and soft bottoms. It also happens in ponds, streams and canals.
Charter Township of Ypsilanti • 7200 S. Huron River Dr. Ypsilanti, Mi 48197 • (734) 484 - 4700
Mon. - Fri., 8:30am - 4:30pm • Closed 12:00pm - 1:00pm daily