Shiawassee County Emergency Management

Shiawassee County Emergency Management News, information, and updates from the Shiawassee County Emergency Management & Homeland Security department. Stay in the know! This office is tasked with coordinating efforts to mitigate situations that could become hazards to our community.

Part of that effort is to prepare individuals, governmental units and businesses, should a disaster or emergency occur. Should an incident occur, we must now be able to respond in an efficient manner to protect lives, property and the environment. Recovery from the effects of the emergency or disaster is often the most difficult task. This utilizes a number of resources, in a coordinated effort to restore our community, back to level of normalcy, after a large scale disaster.

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The Shiawassee County Sheriff's Office in conjunction with Shiawassee County Emergency Management are looking to create ...
11/02/2021
Shiawassee Search and Rescue

The Shiawassee County Sheriff's Office in conjunction with Shiawassee County Emergency Management are looking to create a search and rescue team that would assist in efforts to locate any missing persons in Shiawassee County as requested. Individuals interested in joining must be able to walk long distances on various terrain and be able to walk in any given weather conditions such as snow, rain, or ice. Individuals would also be required to be available to respond when needed, day or night.

Applications can be picked up at and returned to the Shiawassee County Sheriff's Office located at 201 E. McArthur Street in Corunna, Michigan. You may also click on the link provided below to complete the application online.

If you have further questions you may call the Shiawassee County Emergency Management at (989) 743-5841.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqJj2us1uc2Mztcn0Hyu2211gwtG-807wzkv_OdDz0O9NUKw/viewform?usp=sf_link

The Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with Shiawassee County Emergency Management are looking to create a search and rescue team that would assist in efforts to locate any missing persons in Shiawassee County as requested. Individuals interested in joining must be able to walk long...

The Shiawassee CERT volunteers spent today parking cars for DeVries Nature Conservancy Fall Festival.You can now follow ...
10/24/2021

The Shiawassee CERT volunteers spent today parking cars for DeVries Nature Conservancy Fall Festival.

You can now follow the Shiawassee County CERT team on their new page.

https://business.facebook.com/ShiawasseeCoCERT/?ref=page_internal

Thank you to everyone who made it to our Fall Festival today. We had our largest turnout yet!

We could not have had this event without the help of our amazing volunteers, including teens from Shiawassee Youth Advisory Council and Shiawassee CERT parking cars! We are also thankful for the addition of mini goats, mini horses, and alpacas and their owners who shared them with us.

A special thank you to our sponsors whose support allowed us to offer this event free to the public! Nelson-House Funeral Home, Sobaks Home Medical, Inc., Oster Manufacturing, Success Group Mortgage & Servicing, LLC, Memorial Healthcare, Agnew Sign Co., Davis Cartage Co., Gilberts Hardware and Appliance, Great Harvest Bread co. Corunna,Mi, and Main Beverage.

Please feel free to share pictures of your favorite part of the event!!

10/20/2021

Please see below for COVID-19 numbers in Shiawassee County. Since our last report on 10/13/2021, there has been 1 death and 213 new cases reported.

Local COVID-19 cases have increased in recent weeks. At this time, the level of transmission in Shiawassee County is “high” according to the CDC COVID Data Tracker (https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#county-view). The Shiawassee County Health Department recommends masking while in indoor, public spaces based off Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance.

Anyone 12 years and older is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination. The Health Department offers walk-ins on Tuesdays from 1pm-4pm at the Health Department office located at 149 E. Corunna, Ave. Corunna, MI 48817. All three vaccines; Pfizer (12+), Moderna (18+), and Johnson & Johnson (18+) are available at the Health Department. Vaccination opportunities are also available at many local pharmacies. County residents should continue public health strategies such as; washing hands frequently, wearing a mask indoors, social distancing, staying home when feeling ill, getting tested if they develop COVID-19 symptoms, and getting vaccinated to slow the spread of COVID-19.

For a breakdown of county data, please visit: https://shiawasseechd.net/Emergency-Preparedness/COVID-19-Stats.aspx

10/13/2021

Please see below for COVID-19 numbers in Shiawassee County. Since our last report on 10/6/2021, there have been 3 deaths and 231 new cases reported.

Local COVID-19 cases have increased in recent weeks. At this time, the level of transmission in Shiawassee County is “high” according to the CDC COVID Data Tracker (https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#county-view). The Shiawassee County Health Department recommends masking while in indoor, public spaces based off Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance.

Anyone 12 years and older is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination. The Health Department offers walk-ins on Tuesdays from 1pm-4pm at the Health Department office located at 149 E. Corunna, Ave. Corunna, MI 48817. All three vaccines; Pfizer (12+), Moderna (18+), and Johnson & Johnson (18+) are available at the Health Department. Vaccination opportunities are also available at many local pharmacies. County residents should continue public health strategies such as; washing hands frequently, wearing a mask indoors, social distancing, staying home when feeling ill, getting tested if they develop COVID-19 symptoms, and getting vaccinated to slow the spread of COVID-19.

For a breakdown of county data, please visit: https://shiawasseechd.net/Emergency-Preparedness/COVID-19-Stats.aspx?fbclid=IwAR1IMRBkKi0QPBwXuuA11Gtmrb9r66taZPu7nwUkikkebhPnbQlVc0nKArM

10/06/2021

Please see below for COVID-19 numbers in Shiawassee County. Since our last report on 9/29/2021, there has been 1 death and 160 new cases reported.

Local COVID-19 cases have increased in recent weeks. At this time, the level of transmission in Shiawassee County is “high” according to the CDC COVID Data Tracker (https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#county-view). The Shiawassee County Health Department recommends masking while in indoor, public spaces based off Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance.

Anyone 12 years and older is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination. The Health Department offers walk-ins on Tuesdays from 1pm-4pm at the Health Department office located at 149 E. Corunna, Ave. Corunna, MI 48817. All three vaccines; Pfizer (12+), Moderna (18+), and Johnson & Johnson (18+) are available at the Health Department. Vaccination opportunities are also available at many local pharmacies. County residents should continue public health strategies such as; washing hands frequently, wearing a mask indoors, social distancing, staying home when feeling ill, getting tested if they develop COVID-19 symptoms, and getting vaccinated to slow the spread of COVID-19.

For a breakdown of county data, please visit: https://shiawasseechd.net/Emergency-Preparedness/COVID-19-Stats.aspx

09/29/2021

Please see below for COVID-19 numbers in Shiawassee County. Since our last report on 9/22/2021, there has been 1 death and 100 new cases reported.

Local COVID-19 cases have increased in recent weeks. At this time, the level of transmission in Shiawassee County is “high” according to the CDC COVID Data Tracker (https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#county-view). The Shiawassee County Health Department recommends masking while in indoor, public spaces based off Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance.

Anyone 12 years and older is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination. The Health Department offers walk-ins on Tuesdays from 1pm-4pm at the Health Department office located at 149 E. Corunna, Ave. Corunna, MI 48817. All three vaccines; Pfizer (12+), Moderna (18+), and Johnson & Johnson (18+) are available at the Health Department. Vaccination opportunities are also available at many local pharmacies. County residents should continue public health strategies such as; washing hands frequently, wearing a mask indoors, social distancing, staying home when feeling ill, getting tested if they develop COVID-19 symptoms, and getting vaccinated to slow the spread of COVID-19.

For a breakdown of county data, please visit: https://shiawasseechd.net/Emergency-Preparedness/COVID-19-Stats.aspx

09/12/2021

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Deputy Darrell Henderson. Deputy Henderson passed away September 11th, 2021 at Memorial Healthcare Center in Owosso due to complications from COVID that he likely contracted while on duty in the jail.

Deputy Henderson was a beloved co-worker with a big smile, and a heart of gold. He treated everyone with respect and brought great spirit to the Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Henderson was assigned to the corrections division, where he had 2 years of devoted service.

Thank you Darrell for your loyalty to your co-workers and your unwavering commitment to the Sheriff’s Office. You made work more enjoyable and will be dearly missed. Godspeed my friend.

We ask that you please keep Deputy Henderson, his family, and the members of the Sheriff’s Office in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Sheriff Brian BeGole

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09/11/2021

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Our condolences to the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office and Deputy Proxmire’s family.  Rest easy Sir- We have the Watch...
08/16/2021

Our condolences to the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office and Deputy Proxmire’s family. Rest easy Sir- We have the Watch from here…

08/15/2021

It is with a heavy heart and deep regret that we announce Deputy Ryan Proxmire has succumb to his injuries. Please keep Dep. Proxmire, his family and his law enforcement family in your thoughts as we begin to grieve this tragic loss.

KCSO will continue to update the community as soon as we know more details. Sheriff Fuller will be holding a press conference tomorrow afternoon. The time is still to be announced.

Thank you everyone for the support that has been coming into the Sheriff’s Office for Ryan, his family and our deputies.

07/03/2021

*WARNING*

The Shiawassee County Sheriffs Office is asking canoers and kayakers to avoid the Shiawassee River. Four water rescues were performed this afternoon.

Rapid moving water caused by heavy rain over the last week and downed trees in the water are making conditions extremely hazardous.

Flood conditions conceal trees, limbs and other objects under what may appear to be smooth running water. This high, fast-moving water can propel canoers and kayakers into trees and branches under the water causing them to overturn.

06/23/2021

Please see below for this week’s COVID-19 numbers. There is one new death to report for this week.

Residents are encouraged to continue to social distance, wear a mask, and stay home when they feel ill. Individuals that feel ill can visit www.michigan.gov/coronavirustest for testing locations.

For county data, please visit: http://health.shiawassee.net/Emergency-Preparedness/COVID-19-Stats.aspx

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, you can self-report on the health department website:
https://hipaa.jotform.com/203244062079046.

06/16/2021

Please see below for this week’s COVID-19 numbers. There is one new death to report for this week.

Residents are encouraged to continue to social distance, wear a mask, and stay home when they feel ill. Individuals that feel ill can visit www.michigan.gov/coronavirustest for testing locations.

For county data, please visit: http://health.shiawassee.net/Emergency-Preparedness/COVID-19-Stats.aspx

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, you can self-report on the health department website:
https://hipaa.jotform.com/203244062079046.

06/09/2021

Please see below for this week’s COVID-19 numbers. There are zero new deaths to report for this week.

Residents are encouraged to continue to social distance, wear a mask, and stay home when they feel ill. Individuals that feel ill can visit www.michigan.gov/coronavirustest for testing locations.

For county data, please visit: http://health.shiawassee.net/Emergency-Preparedness/COVID-19-Stats.aspx

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, you can self-report on the health department website:
https://hipaa.jotform.com/203244062079046.

06/02/2021

Please see below for this week’s COVID-19 numbers. There are 2 new deaths to report for this week.

Residents are encouraged to continue to social distance, wear a mask, and stay home when they feel ill. Individuals that feel ill can visit www.michigan.gov/coronavirustest for testing locations.

For county data, please visit: http://health.shiawassee.net/Emergency-Preparedness/COVID-19-Stats.aspx

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, you can self-report on the health department website:
https://hipaa.jotform.com/203244062079046.

05/26/2021

Please see below for this week’s COVID-19 numbers. There are zero new deaths to report for this week.

Residents are encouraged to continue to social distance, wear a mask, and stay home when they feel ill. Individuals that feel ill can visit www.michigan.gov/coronavirustest for testing locations.

For county data, please visit: http://health.shiawassee.net/Emergency-Preparedness/COVID-19-Stats.aspx

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, you can self-report on the health department website:
https://hipaa.jotform.com/203244062079046.

Address

149 E Corunna Ave, Lower Level
Corunna, MI
48817

General information

This page is intended to provide information to the people of Shiawassee County and surrounding communities. During an incident affecting the county, the public will be kept up-to-date with information from the Emergency Operations Center. The remainder of the time, this page will provide preparedness, health, and safety information to its audience. Unless explicitly stated, neither recommendation nor endorsement of any product or organization is implied nor should any be inferred.

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(989) 743-5841

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Have you heard of C.E.R.T.? The Community Emergency Response Team started in Shiawassee County back in 2006. This team of volunteers is trained and skilled in many facets under Emergency Management, This group deploys when requested wherever the need is within Shiawassee County. Each member has a different skill set than the next, benefiting the entire team during a disaster or mass incident. The Shiawassee County CERT team has assisted in many training events, search and rescues and the tornados in 2019. This team is always looking for new members to join. meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm in the Capitan Building at 149 E. Corunna Avenue in Corunna. If you have questions regarding CERT or would like to get an application to join, please contact [email protected] or call (989) 743-5841. https://www.facebook.com/ShiawasseeCoCERT/?ref=page_internal
The Shiawassee County Sheriff's Office in conjunction with Shiawassee County Emergency Management are looking to create a search and rescue team that would assist in efforts to locate any missing persons in Shiawassee County as requested. Individuals interested in joining must be able to walk long distances on various terrain and be able to walk in any given weather conditions such as snow, rain, or ice. Individuals would also be required to be available to respond when needed, day or night. Applications can be picked up at and returned to the Shiawassee County Sheriff's Office located at 201 E. McArthur Street in Corunna, Michigan. You may also click on the link provided below to complete the application online. If you have further questions you may call the Shiawassee County Emergency Management at (989) 743-5841. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqJj2us1uc2Mztcn0Hyu2211gwtG-807wzkv_OdDz0O9NUKw/viewform?usp=sf_link