Oakland County

Oakland County Sends Delegation to D.C. as Foreign-Owned Investment Tops $1.5 Billion

Oakland County was sending a team of economic developers to Washington, D.C., June 10-12 for the SelectUSA Investment Summit to meet with international companies interested in expanding here.SelectUSA is...

Oakland County Measles Outbreak Officially Ends

Oakland County Health Division has announced the end of the largest local measles outbreak since 1991. The outbreak began in March when an ill traveler from New York visited...

Health Division Encourages Healthy Habits to Prevent Flu

Oakland County Health Division encourages residents to practice healthy habits to prevent the spread of flu. Although it is late in the season, flu continues to circulate in the...

Get Ready for Summer Fun at Oakland County Parks and Recreation

OAKLAND COUNTY – The weather is warmer, children will be out of school soon and leisurely summer days lie ahead. Soak up the best summer has to offer with...

Open Arms: Oakland County Services Focus on Streamlining Development Process

As a Michigan leader for economic and population growth, Oakland County’s continuing success is built on the simple concept of making it easy for businesses to open, relocate and...

Join the Fight with #TeamBrooks

Chances are, you know someone who has cancer. It might be your mom, your dad, a friend or even you. The hardships faced and the battles fought are compounded...

Snap into Summer with the Annual Pics of the Parks Photo Contest

Oakland County Parks and Recreation invites park visitors to capture and share their park experiences in the annual Pics of the Parks Photo Contest.Submitted photos must fall into a...

New Habitats, Investments Push Up Detroit Zoo’s Economic Impact

Excerpt: The economic impact the Detroit Zoo has on the region spiked over the past five years with the opening of new animal habitats and completion of other capital...

Oakland County Farmers Market to Bring the ‘Flower Power’ for Spring Flower Day

Gardeners who have been patiently waiting to put their warm-weather plants in the ground will want to “get growing” by checking out the array of flowers, native plants and...

7 of Metro Detroit’s Top Chefs Clue Us in to Their Favorite Local Dish

Excerpt: Metro Detroit overflows with so much top-rate cuisine these days that it can be difficult to choose which restaurant to visit, let alone which dish to order. So...