With so many fantastic Halloween events and activities in Oakland County, it can be difficult to keep track. That’s why Oakland County’s award-winning GIS team has developed a custom map to bring you all of Halloween’s fun and fright in one easy-to-use package.
Take part in the magic, mystery, and spooky excitement this October by attending one of the many family-friendly Halloween events located in Oakland County! From hayrides and pumpkin patches, to trick-or-treating, there are many ways for residents of all ages enjoy the seasonal spirit. Be sure to check our full list to find events near you!
Summer’s coming to an end, but that means dogs all over Oakland County will be hoping their owners take them out for a doggy swim at Oakland County Parks and Recreation’s annual dog swim. Waterford Oaks and Red Oaks Waterparks will be open for dogs only on September 9th and 10th, respectively.
Check out our video from last year’s dog swim to see the water romping and tail-wagging fun that’s in store for your canine kid.
Wave pools? River rides? The perfect way to beat the heat is right here in Oakland County. Slipping and sliding, playing and floating, Oakland County Parks and Recreation’s Waterparks are a hit with the family every time.
In recognition of June as National Safety Month in Oakland County, the Oakland County Board of Commissioners will host their annual Gun Safety Awareness press conference, Tuesday, June 6, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. The press conference will focus on the importance of safe gun ownership in preventing gun violence and will kick-off the Board’s annual gun safety lock giveaway, a program that promotes safe gun ownership by distributing free gun locks to the public via local police departments.
Members of the public are invited to attend Tuesday’s press conference at the Oakland County Board of Commissioners Auditorium at 1200 N. Telegraph Road in Pontiac, Michigan. Join the online conversation during the event by following @OakGov on Twitter and by using #OaklandCounty. Continue reading