$70 million relief for Wayne County small business hurt by the COVID-19. Free testing and mobile COVID-19 testing centers to help slow the spread. Comprehensive indigent defense reform to ensure a fair trial for anyone, not just the privileged. Programs to help retuning citizens succeed. Creating stable, middle-class jobs in Wayne County. Strong financial accountability and balanced budgets.

Wayne County continues to accomplish much even in the midst of a global pandemic. And my administration has no intention of letting our foot off the gas. Let us know how we can show you how welcoming Wayne County can be.

Wayne County Executive Warren C. Evans visits Detroit small businesses

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Press Release - Detroit Man Charged in Armed Robbery and Assaulting Police
Press Release - Detroit Man Charged in Armed Robbery and Assaulting Police
Monday, November 23, 2020
Nathan Lee Taylor has been charged in the November 20, 2020 armed robbery of a 45-year-old man and the subsequent assault of a police officer that occurred at West Chicago and Schaefer Road in Detroit.
Major discussion to be held on solid waste issues in Wayne County
Major discussion to be held on solid waste issues in Wayne County
Monday, November 23, 2020
Health and Human Services Committee meeting scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT ISSUES ADVISORY FOR REMOTE LEARNING FOR ALL WAYNE COUNTY SCHOOLS
HEALTH DEPARTMENT ISSUES ADVISORY FOR REMOTE LEARNING FOR ALL WAYNE COUNTY SCHOOLS
Saturday, November 21, 2020
The County Public Health Division today has released a Public Health Advisory that makes the strong recommendation that schools in Wayne County - public, non-public, and boarding schools in our jurisdiction - should temporarily shift to a remote learning
Commissioner Clark-Coleman providing Thanksgiving dinners to those in need
Commissioner Clark-Coleman providing Thanksgiving dinners to those in need
Friday, November 20, 2020
Wayne County Commissioner Irma Clark-Coleman (D-Detroit) next week will continue her annual program of donating turkey dinners to those in need, an event she says is more necessary than ever.
Wayne County Commission calls on state to make sure all votes count
Wayne County Commission calls on state to make sure all votes count
Thursday, November 19, 2020
Wayne County Commissioners today adopted a resolution calling on the Board of State Canvassers for the State of Michigan to make sure all votes from this month's election are counted and certified in a timely fashion.
Press Release - Two Men Charged in Fatal Shooting of Seven-Year-Old Girl on Bedford Street
Press Release - Two Men Charged in Fatal Shooting of Seven-Year-Old Girl on Bedford Street
Thursday, November 19, 2020
Emmett Williams, Jr. and Christion Micthell-Childress have been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of Reginae Williams in the 3900 block of Bedford Street in Detroit. Defendant Christion Mitchell-Childress is presently still at large.
Wayne County Commission toughens penalties against drag racing
Wayne County Commission toughens penalties against drag racing
Thursday, November 19, 2020
The Wayne County Commission has adopted ordinance revisions designed to prevent drag racing on county roads.
Discussion to focus on solid waste issues throughout Wayne County
Discussion to focus on solid waste issues throughout Wayne County
Thursday, November 19, 2020
A discussion on solid waste issues in Wayne County, from the type of materials stored in the county to proposed changes to state landfill laws, is set for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24 before the county commission's Committee on Health and Human Services.
Statement from Wayne County Commission Chair Alisha Bell on Wayne County Board of Canvassers vote
Statement from Wayne County Commission Chair Alisha Bell on Wayne County Board of Canvassers vote
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
'The action today by the Republican appointed members of the Wayne County Board of Canvassers is an appalling outrage. They are denying justice and insulting and disregarding the will of Wayne County voters.'
Press Release - Detroit Man Charged in Heyden Street Fatal Shooting
Press Release - Detroit Man Charged in Heyden Street Fatal Shooting
Monday, November 16, 2020
Jason Mikel Craighead has been charged in connection with the November 11, 2020 fatal shooting of a 22-year-old woman that occurred in the 18500 block of Heyden Street in Detroit.
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