Leaders across the County are working toward an equitable future
Washtenaw County is a community focused on achieving equitable outcomes for all of its residents. Key leaders of local equity efforts include the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners and County Administrator, the Ann Arbor City Council, Mayor and City Administrator, along with County departments including the Office of Community and Economic Development, Public Health Department, and Sheriff's Office, and key community partners including United Way of Washtenaw County, Washtenaw Intermediate School District, the Washtenaw Coordinated Funders, University of Michigan, and more.
Washtenaw County's Board of Commissioners, the Mayor and City Council of Ann Arbor, along with Washtenaw County and the City of Ann Arbor's administrators have taken a lead to ensure that equity remains a priority of our local governments and is at the center of all policy and budgetary decisions.
Gregory Dill, Washtenaw County Administrator
Howard Lazarus, City of Ann Arbor Administrator
In service of our belief that all Washtenaw County residents deserve a high quality of life, OCED delivers critical programs and community initiatives in the areas of affordable housing, human services, economic development and community infrastructure.
Andrea Plevek, Director
Washtenaw County Public Health envisions a healthy community in which every resident enjoys the best possible state of health and well-being. We work in partnership with the community to assure the conditions necessary for people to live healthy lives.
Ellen Rabinowitz, Executive Director
(734) 544- 6858
Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) is committed to building strong communities. Through partnering with residents to fully understand the issues impacting our neighborhoods, the WCSO is focused on addressing the root causes of community problems.
Jerry Clayton, Washtenaw County Sheriff