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Clerk - Birth Records

Welcome to the Birth Records Information page of the Macomb County Clerk / Register of Deeds website. Below you will find information on "How to Obtain A Certified Copy Of A Macomb County Birth Record."

Clerk - Business Registrations

Welcome to the Business Registrations page of the Macomb County Clerk / Register of Deeds website. Below you will find information on how to search businesses in Macomb County and the State of Michigan, "How To Register Under An Assumed Name" and "How to ...

Clerk - County Directories

Welcome to the Macomb County Clerk / Register of Deeds Directories Page. Click on the covers below to download a pdf version of that year's Macomb County Directory. Each Directoryis full of useful features for Macomb County residents, including County ...

Clerk - Court Fileroom

The Macomb County Clerk is designated as the Clerk of the Macomb County Circuit Court and assists in the Court with its many functions. The Circuit Court section of the Clerk's Office handles the filing of new civil, domestic, and criminal cases and ...

Clerk - CPL License

Information on applying for and renewing a Concealed Pistol License.

Clerk - Death Records

Welcome to the Death Records Information page of the Macomb County Clerk / Register of Deeds website. Below you will find information on how to search death records in Macomb County and "How to Obtain A Certified Copy Of A Macomb County Death Record. "

Clerk - Genealogy

Information on genealogy and records.

Clerk - Notary Public

Welcome to the Notary Public Commission Information page of the Macomb County Clerk / Register of Deeds website. Below you will find information on how to verify whether a person is a Notary Public and how toqualify for a Notary appointment.

Clerk- PPO Assistance

The PPO Assistance Center helps citizens complete the PPO forms which assists the circuit court staff in processing the forms quickly and helps judges in determining whether to grant the request.

Health - Mercury

Macomb County residents are encouraged to bring in their mercury containing thermometers to any Macomb County Health Department service location for environmentally safe and secure disposal.

Health - Beach Conditions

Up-to-date information about local beach conditions in Macomb County.

Health - Beach Monitoring

Macomb County has approximately 12 miles of Lake St. Clair shoreline, 3 beaches located on Lake St. Clair, and 2 additional inland lake beaches. To assure residents and visitors of a safe and healthy recreational experience, the Macomb County Health ...

Health - Beach Test Data

View testing data for Macomb County beaches for the current year.

Health - Bioterrorism Agents / Diseases

Links pertaining to Bioterrorism Agents / Diseases.

Health - Body Art

In Macomb County, body art establishments and activities are regulated under the Regulations Governing Body Art Establishments in Macomb County, Michigan which became effective in February 2009. Under the regulation, all body art and permanent cosmetic ...

Health - Business Preparedness

Preparing for emergencies shouldn't be something you think about just for your home. If you own/operate a business, emergencies can have a devastating impact especially if you're not ready for them. The following resources can help you develop a plan to ...

Health - Campgrounds

Michigan law requires a campground license when five (5) or more recreational units are placed on a property and are used for temporary living quarters. This applies to sites that operate year-round (permanent campground) or for a temporary amount of ...

Health - Carbon Monoxide in the Home

Research shows that the air within homes and buildings can be more polluted than outdoor air. The average person spends approximately 90% of their time indoors. In terms of acute hazards, carbon monoxide (CO) is the most dangerous indoor air pollutant.

Health - Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Program

Heart disease and stroke are the first and third leading causes of death in Macomb County. The Macomb County Health Department offers comprehensive disease risk reduction services for residents.

Health - Child Passenger Safety Program

Did you know that injuries from motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death in children? (CDC 2006) Most of the injuries could be prevented by using age and size appropriate car seats.

Health - Children's Special Health Care Services

The Macomb County Childrens Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) program reaches out to over 2300 clients with over 2700 different diagnoses from birth to 21 years of age. This includes clients over the age of 21 with Cystic Fibrosis, Hemophilia and ...

Health - Communicable Diseases

The Communicable Disease Program (CD) is responsible to investigate reports of infectious disease in Macomb County in order to provide education to affected individuals to prevent the spread of disease, and to prevent outbreaks.

Health - Computer and E-Waste Recycling

Mostelectronic devices contain a variety of contaminants such as lead, cadmium, beryllium, or brominated flame retardants that can enter our environment. Recycling recovers valuable materials from electronics that can be used to make new products.

Health - Data and Statistics

The Macomb County Health Department collects, analyzes and disseminates many different kinds of statistics on the health and health status of Macomb County residents.

Health - Dental Health Program

The Health Department's dental clinic provides preventive and restorative treatment for low-income children (age 3 and older) and adults who are residents of Macomb County.

Health - Drinking Water Wells

A significant segment of Macomb County's residents and small businesses rely on wells for their drinking water supply. Proper design, installation, maintenance and monitoring of drinking water wells is critical to the prevention of water-related diseases.

Health - Emergency Management and Risk Assessment Program (EMRAP)

EMRAP staff work to provide a safe and healthy environment for individuals who live and work in Macomb County by conducting activities.

Health - Emergency Preparedness Program

The Emergency Preparedness Program encourages all residents to have an emergency supply kit, an emergency plan, and to be informed about the different emergencies that can happen in their area.

Health - Environmental Health Fees

Fees associated with various environmental health services.

Health - Environmental Health Services

The Macomb County Health Department provides environmental health services designed to assure a safe and healthy environment to all county residents.

Health - Family Health Services

The Macomb County Health Department's Family Health Services Division offers a wide variety of personal health services for the residents of Macomb County.

Health - Family Planning Program

The Family Planning Program provides reproductive health education, counseling and information about contraceptive methods and management, including abstinence. The program also offers pregnancy testing, pelvic and breast exams for women, reproductive ...

Health - Family Preparedness

Download workbooks to assess your personal level of preparedness and learn more about what goes into a family or community emergency plan.

Health - Fees

Listing of environmental health services associated with fees.

Health - Food Education Training

The Michigan Food Law, Act 92 as amended, requires each food service establishments to have at least one Certified Food Service Manager.

Health - Food Plan Review

Food Service permit applicants and permit holders are required to submit the necessary documents to the health department for review and approval before construction, conversion or remodeling begins. This helps establishments save time and money by ...

Health - Food Sanitation Program

The Health Department works to protect the health of consumers by assuring that the food prepared and served in Macomb County's licensed food service establishments is wholesome and safe.

Health - Food Service Advisory Committee

The Food Service Advisory Committee was formed to solicit input from industry and consumers to improve communication, discuss issues of common interest, and foster collaboration.

Health - Food Service Establishment Licensing

State law requires a facility that prepares or serves food or drink to the general public to be licensed as a food service establishment.

Health - Food Service Inspections

The local Health Department is required to conduct routine, unannounced inspections of licensed food service facilities.

Health - Food Service Sanitation Program Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about the Food Service Sanitation Program.

Health - Foodborne Illness Surveillance

The Macomb County Health Department conducts follow-up investigations of reported illness connected with a licensed food service establishment in Macomb County.

Health - Foreign Travel and Health Information

The Macomb County Health Department offers basic country-specific information for international travelers that can be found on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Traveler's Health website and the U.S. Department of State website, including ...

Health - Forms

Frequently used health department forms.

Health - Get to Know Your Emergency Preparedness Team

Emergency Preparedness Team contact information.

Health - Health Education Healthy Communities Program

"Working to improve the health status of Macomb County residents." The Health Education program of the Macomb County Health Department is responsible for a broad range of services offered to schools, communities, professional groups and individuals.

Health - Health Planning & Promotion

The Macomb County Health Department is actively involved in the following programs which promotes the prevention of chronic disease and control communicable and infectious disease.

Health - HIV/AIDS Counseling and Testing Program

The HIV testing program provides anonymous counseling and testing -- but not treatment -- on an appointment only basis. Services are provided at no charge to persons age 12 and over.

Health - Household Hazardous Waste Collection

Many pesticides, weed killers, automotive products, cleaning products and hobby supplies that we use in our homes contain toxic chemicals that become hazardous waste. If we simply toss these products in the garbage, pour them down the drain, or dump them ...

Health - How do I Apply for WIC?

WIC does not use an application form. You will need to call the WIC office at (586) 469-5471. Experienced phone staff will perform an initial screening to determine whether or not you are eligible for WIC. You will be given an appointment to verify your ...

Health - How Do WIC Participants Receive Their Food?

WIC eligible family members will receive WIC food benefits and a Michigan WIC Bridge Card during their initial visit to the WIC clinic.

Health - Illicit Discharge Elimination Program

The Illicit Discharge Elimination Program (IDEP) was created through grant funding as an extension of the already successful Surface Water Improvement and Monitoring (SWIM) Team Program. IDEP is charged with the duties of searching out and inspecting ...

Health - Immunization Clinic

The Macomb County Health Department Immunization Clinic provides vaccines -- on a walk-in basis or by appointment -- to protect all persons in our communities from vaccine preventable disease.

Health - Insect and Rodent Control

The Macomb County Health Department conducts encephalitis monitoring and responds to inquiries concerning insect and rodent control through the community health and safety program.

Health - Lead Investigation

Lead is a heavy soft metal found in pipes, cable sheaths, batteries, solder, and shields. Lead and its compounds are toxic and can present a severe hazard to those who are overexposed to them.

Health - Medical Reserve Corps

The mission of the Macomb County Health Department Medical Reserve Corps is to strengthen the community by recruiting non-medical and medical volunteers and training them to be ready and able to provide organized assistance to the Macomb County Health ...

Health - Medication Disposal

The health care system and advancements in drug therapy have contributed to Americans living longer than ever before. As the population ages, the volume of medications prescribed increases dramatically.

Health - Mercury Containing Fluorescent Bulb Recycling

The Macomb County Health Department accepts mercury-containing fluorescent tubes and compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) from Macomb County residents through the Household Hazard Waste collection. The mercury in the lamps is recovered and recycled which ...

Health - Mold in Your Home

Molds are found in virtually every environment and can be detected year round both indoors and outdoors. Mold growth is encouraged by warm and humid conditions. They can be found outdoors in shady, damp areas or places of decomposing vegetation. Indoors, ...

Health - Nutrition Services Healthy Communities Program

Public health nutritionists provide support, education, resources and referral services for Macomb County residents including high-risk populations such as uninsured and/or low income pregnant and breastfeeding women, infants and children with special ...

Health - Oil Filter Recycling

The Macomb County Health Department accepts used automotive oil filters from Macomb County residents through the Household Hazard Waste collection.

Health - Onsite Sewage Systems

A significant portion of Macomb County relies on septic systems for sewage disposal. Proper design, installation, and maintenance is critical for the prevention of water pollution and communicable diseases caused by human waste.

Health - Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBS)

PCB's are a group of man made organic chemicals that were primarily used as coolants and lubricants in transformers, capacitors and other electrical devices. PCB production was stopped in the United States in 1977 because PCB's were found to be ...

Health - Property Transfer Regulation

Parcels or properties for sale that rely on a well for drinking water and/or a septic system for sewage disposal are required by Macomb County regulation to have these systems evaluated prior to closing.

Health - Public Health Nursing

The Maternal Child Health Nursing program is comprised of highly trained Public Health Nurses (PHNs) who have extensive education and experience in assessing infants, children and their families within the community setting. The Health Department ...

Health - Public Swimming Pools & Spas

Pools and spas that are not properly maintained can create a health and safety risk to the people using it. Rashes, infections, and flu-like diseases can be caused from water that is not adequately disinfected or filtered. Physical injury may result if ...

Health - Radon in the Home

Research shows that the air within homes and buildings can be more polluted than outdoor air. The average person spends approximately 90% of their time indoors. A potential indoor air pollutant of concern is radon.

Health - Safe Sleep

Safe Sleep Information for Parents and Caregivers.

Health - School Immunization Program

The primary goal of the School Immunization Program (SIP) is to lower the risk of vaccine preventable disease (VPD) in the organized learning environments of the early childhood and school age populations of Macomb County. The leading way to achieve this ...

Health - Sewer Overflows

The Macomb County Health Department, along with other county agencies, communities and public schools and universities are working hard to protect, clean up and restore our local lakes, rivers and streams. We are interested in knowing the priorities and ...

Health - Sexually Transmitted Diseases Program

The STD program provides confidential counseling, testing, diagnosis, and treatment for most sexually transmitted diseases. Services are provided at no charge for persons age 12 years and older.

Health - Shelter Management

Under the shelter management program, health department staff perform the following activities: Conduct inspections of child care and adult foster care facilities, license and inspect campgrounds and respond to complaints pertaining to improper sewage ...

Health - Subdivision & Condominium Projects

Subdivisions or condominiums proposed in areas that are not served by municipal water and/or municipal sewage must rely on wells and septic systems. The Macomb County Health Department regulates these sites by conducting an evaluation of the soil ...

Health - Surface Water Monitoring

The Surface Water Improvement and Monitoring (SWIM) team, formed after a recommendation of the Blue Ribbon Commission Report, was created in the latter part of 1997 with funds committed by the Macomb County Board of Commissioners.

Health - Surface Water Test Data

The Macomb County Health Department, along with other county agencies, communities and public schools and universities are working hard to protect, clean up and restore our local lakes, rivers and streams. We are interested in knowing the priorities and ...

Health - Tuberculosis Program

TB is short for tuberculosis. TB disease develops from TB infection. People don't know they have TB infection unless they have been tested for TB. TB is a serious disease that can cause a person to become very sick if not treated with medicine.

Health - West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus is a disease that can be transmitted to humans from the bite of an infected mosquito. It is important to remember that not all mosquitoes carry the disease and not everyone who is bit by an infected mosquito gets sick. The population at ...

Health - What Does WIC Provide?

Most people think WIC simply provides food, but we can help with a lot more. We can help you learn how to breastfeed and how to feed your children in healthy ways that will benefit them for a lifetime.

Health - Who is Eligible for WIC?

WIC applicants must meet all of the following criteria.

Health - WIC and Project Fresh

The WIC Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (FMNP), also known as Project FRESH, provides eligible WIC participants with coupons to purchase locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables at local farmers' markets.

Health - WIC Breastfeeding

How can WIC help me with breastfeeding?

Health - WIC Information

Where can I find more information about WIC?

Health - WIC Nutrition

WIC is more than free nutritious food; WIC is on a mission to change lives by providing families with opportunities to learn about nutrition and healthy eating habits for the whole family.

Health - Women, Infant and Children (WIC)

The Macomb County Health Department sponsors the WIC supplemental nutrition program, a federally funded USDA nutrition program which provides free nutritious foods and infant formulas. In addition, the WIC program provides nutrition education and ...

Healthy Kids Healthy Futures

What kind of future will your child have? Due to the alarming rise of childhood obesity rates, today's children maybe the first generation of Americans whose life expectancy will be shorter than that of their parents.

MCA - Home Rehab Program

Assists eligible homeowners with repairs to achieve decent, safe and sanitary affordable housing as defined by Macomb County Housing Rehabilitation Standards.

MCA - Weatherization Assistance Program

Installation of energy saving items designed to make a home more energy efficient.


The Macomb Food Program provides immediate relief to those in need of food through a network of more than 70 pantries and hunger relief organizations. We supply food at no cost to ensure pantry shelves are stocked, and operate as a non-profit organization.


At Macomb Community Action (MCA), we are committed to helping young children and their families achieve success. The two primary early childhood programs offered through MCA are Early Head Start (EHS) and Head Start (HS). Both EHS and HS are comprehensive early childhood programs for children with at-risk backgrounds from birth to age 5. The programs offer individualized child education, research-based curriculum, support for dual language learners, parent/caregiver engagement, family goal setting, oral health and physical wellness support, caregiver/early literacy initiatives, nutrition and safety education, and mental health and disability support..

OSS - Adult Day Services

Provides a safe environment for older adults that have Dementia and Alzheimer's, giving much needed respite and support for caregivers.

OSS - Chore Services

Assists Macomb County seniors and adults with disabilities with grass cutting and snow removal.

OSS - Dining Senior Style

Dining locations that offer seniors a nutritious lunch and social engagement activities.

OSS - Home Injury Prevention

A program designed to assist with fall prevention in the home by providing a safety assessment and installation of recommended devices.

OSS - Loan Closet

Accepts donations of wheelchairs, canes and walkers.

OSS - Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels is designed for older adults who are home-bound and unable to prepare meals for themselves. Through the program, a volunteer delivers a meal directly to the seniors door. Hot meals are locally prepared fresh on a daily basis and meet the ...

OSS - Meals on Wheels Volunteer

Many people know Meals on Wheels as a food delivery service for the homebound. However, what they don't know is how impactful the moments of contact between the volunteer and the recipient can be.

OSS - Meals on Wheels Volunteer Form

Volunteer application for Meals on Wheels.

OSS - Resource Advocacy

Assesses the individual needs of Macomb County seniors for the purpose of providing referrals to appropriate resources and assisting with the benefit application process.