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Our goal is provide daily care, find homes for the homeless and reunite lost pets in Jackson County with their families, we are committed to making this time of transition for pets as comfortable as possible.
Reducing fear, anxiety, stress and frustration ...
POSTPONED UNTIL MAY 22, 2021
Yes, we have postponed this event, but everything associated with it will remain the same. The only thing changing is the date.
Proceeds will create a community spay/neuter program and support emergency services for JCAS animals...
Mail - 312 S. Jackson Street, Jackson, M...
Did you know...Michigan has 8,068,213 registered voters? Michigan will hold a general election on Nov. 3 to determine representation at the local, state and federal levels, including President of the United States. Voters are encourage...
For employees and employers-related complaints it is 855-SAFE C19, which is 1-855-723-3219
For non-employee related complaints, they can go to http://www.michigan.gov/mioshacomplaint
Michigan Safe Start
This Michigan Safe Start Plan comprehensive assessment outlines how we will begin to re-engage while continuing to keep our communities safe. Re-engagement will happen in phases. Those businesses that are necessary to protect and sustai...
Jackson County continues our consistent communication to keep the public up to date on our response to the COVID-19 virus.
The Center for Family Health will have a COVID Hotline operating and drive-through testing (by appointment only. People who believe they may need testing should call the COVID-19 testing hotline at (517) 748-5363. The hotline is ...
The Chief Circuit Judge, Honorable Susan Jordan, will review the performance record of the FOC on November 13, 2020 at 10:00 AM Public can attend and comment via Zoom Meeting ID #2316101583
Jackson County invites our community to apply for appointment to the Anti-Discrimination Ad Hoc Committee
Information that is available to help the public understand the use of facemask when going out in public to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19
Resources to protect your family including children and animals. How to protect yourself and prepare your home.
Resources for pregnant women during and after delivery, breastfeeding women, and infants.
Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
How to Keep your Breast Pump Clean
How to Clean, Sanitize and Store Infant Feeding items
Safe preparation,storage and handling of powdered in...
Family Well Being Guide
STAY HOME, STAY MINDFUL webpage recommended to reduce stress.
Supporting Emotional Health of the Behavioral Health Workforce During COVID-19 (PDF)
The Institution for Innovation and Implementation, out of The University of Maryland Sc...
(Restaurant listed separately) Michigan Chamber of Commerce toolkit for resources and links for all employers to monitor COVID-19 in their worksites and implement strategies to protect their workforce while ensuring continuity of operations.
Factsheets and Resources to help people understand testing and treatment options after testing. Also information is available for anyone who is exposed to someone with COVID-19.
Resources for Emergency Medical Services and Law Enforcement Personnel
Supporting First Responders during COVID-19 (MDHHS)
Information to help people when they are running errands, shopping and handling groceries, and donating items.
Resources for Health Care Professionals including clinical guidance, PPE’s, infection control, FAQs, PUI’s and home care,
JCHD Testing Treatment (April 1, 2020)
Swab Factsheet (March 27, 2020)
COVID Testing Resources (March 27, ...
Resources for Higher RIsk Populations including older adults, those with HIV, and Asthma.
Information for restaurants and food establishments from local, state and national resources including the Michigan Restaurant & Lodging Association
Restaurant Guide (JCHD)
Cleaning and Disinfectant Guide After Exposure (MDHHS)
Food Establishment Informa...
Resources and Materials to help Correctional and Detention facilities on how to plan, prepare and respond to coronavirus disease 2019
Guidance for schools and childcare centers before and during an outbreak, including checklists for teachers and parents and recommendations on talking with children about coronavirus.
Guidance for Community and Faith Based Leaders including checklists and cleaning / disinfecting recommendations
Guidance and Resources for Institutes of Higher Education including resources for administrations, FAQs, Checklists, Cleaning and Disinfecting Recommendations and Student Travel Guidance
Information for Travelers, including returning from high risk countries, cruise ships and travel in the United States.
What Transit Maintenance Workers need to Know?
See more information including press releases, maps, and updated rules on aerial spraying from MDARD.
How the 2020 Census will invite everyone to respond (pdf). This flyer will provide more detail on what to expect.
Read this Census 2020 Press Release from the City of Jackson regarding the value of filling out the 2020 Census.
View the v...
Genesee County Information Technology and their County Board of Commissioners, in partnership with Wizer, is pleased to provide free computer security awareness training through a partnership with Wizer.
This training is available for ...
As mandated by the U.S. Constitution, our nation gets just one chance each decade to count its population. The next census will be held in 2020.
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Learn More About theNovember 3, 2020Road Improvement Bond Proposal
To bring all of the local roads and village streets in Grass Lake Charter Township back to an optimal condition will cost $26,291,689. The Jackson County Department of Transportation will cover 30% of the total cost of rehabilitating local roads in the To...
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