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Macomb County declares state of emergency, creates flood hotline

Macomb County residents can call (586) 493-6767 between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday to obtain information related to Monday’s flooding. To report damage from the Monday storm, residents and business owners can visit http://oemc.macombgov.org/ (the Emergency Management website) and fill out a Damage Assessment Report Form. Hard copies are also available at all local government offices. This form does not serve as a mechanism to gain reimbursement or financial assistance though, it is for informational reporting purposes. 
There is also a damage reporting assessment center at the Southwest Health Center located at 27690 Van Dyke, Warren, 48093 for residents who do not have access to a computer or need assistance in completing the form.
Additional questions can be sent to mcoem@macombgov.org.

Macomb County Green Schools Program

Michigan Green Schools ProgramMacomb County, in partnership with the MISD, administers the Michigan Green Schools program for all public and private K-12 schools in Macomb County. Find out more about this exciting program and what Macomb schools are doing to save resources.

Featured Information

  • Read Board Chair David Flynn's blog to find out the latest county government news from the Chair's perspective.
  • Click here to read information provided by SMART about service in Macomb County.

  • The Board will consider moving forward on funding proposals for upcoming projects. Read more.
  • At Green Macomb, you can find resources and information for all things green in Macomb County such as tools to calculate your carbon footprint, guides to what is hazardous waste and links to local organizations and events.
  • A group of graduate students from U of M's Ford School of Public Policy conducted a study and analysis of veterans services in Macomb County. Their findings are included in a report entitled “Macomb County Veterans – Needs Assessment,” click here to read the report.
  • Click here to find out which one of Macomb County’s 13 commissioners represents your neighborhood, and how to contact him or her.