The Macomb County Health Department Hearing and Vision Program is conducting FREE Hearing and Vision Screenings for incoming Kindergarteners at various locations and dates from August to September. If your child has not been screened in preschool, please call (586) 412-5945 for an appointment and screening locations. SCREENINGS ARE DONE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Take advantage of this free service now, so your child will be prepared for entrance into Kindergarten prior to the first day of school, as mandated by the Michigan Public Health Code (Act 368 or 1979) MCHD Hearing and Vision Program
This hike and bike path is a 24-mile linear park that starts at 24 Mile Road and Dequindre in Shelby Township and travels northeast to the City of Richmond. This trail will link to 180 miles of trails in southeast Michigan.
Martha T. Berry is a 217 bed long-term care facility in Macomb County. This facility is dedicated to fostering an environment in which medical and nursing care is compassionately provided to our residents.
The Finance Department provides the accounting and budgeting services to the various operating departments in the County.
The Office of the County Treasurer exists by virtue of Michigan Law. County funds under the Treasurer's jurisdiction include drainage districts, county road improvement projects, Circuit Court, Veteran's Trust, and the Delinquent Tax Revolving Fund. The Treasurer is responsible for accounting of all revenue, investments, securities, and the County monies in financial institutions.
The Purchasing Division of the Macomb County Finance Department is responsible for reviewing requirements, developing specifications, and procuring materials, supplies and services required by Macomb County Government.
Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) is an agency within Macomb County Health and Community Services. MSU Extension strives to help people improve their lives by bringing the vast resources from MSU directly to individuals, communities and businesses.
Probate courts have jurisdiction over a deceased person’s estate.
Becoming an Official Green School saves money, builds school pride, engages the larger school community in activities to benefit the school, encourages environmental stewardship and provides opportunities to develop leadership.