Report a COVID-19 Case or Concern
For questions please email [email protected] or call 734-544-6700. Please leave a message if your call is not directly answered.
Reporting a COVID-19 Positive Case or Worker at a Business or Agency
To report a COVID-19 positive case or worker associated with your facility located in Washtenaw County, please enter the information in our secure online portal. See guidance for businesses and organizations. (Note: Please do not use this online form to report a complaint about a facility.)
Reporting a COVID-19 Positive Case or Worker at a School or Childcare
To report a COVID-19 positive case or worker associated with your school or childcare facility located in Washtenaw County, please enter the information in our secure online portal.
Filing a Complaint About a Business Operating in Violation of Orders
To report concerns or complaints about essential businesses, social distancing, masks, or other concerns, please visit the State of Michigan site for details.
To report MIOSHA or workplace safety complaints call 855 SAFE C19 (855 723-3219) and/or file a complaint with MIOSHA.
To report a complaint about a grocery store, convenience store, or gas station, please complete this online form for the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD), which is the agency that licenses and inspects these facilities.
For local information, email [email protected] or call 734-544-6700 and leave a message. Voicemail messages are checked several times each weekday, and calls will be returned within 24 hours or sooner.
Reporting a Large Gathering in Violation of State or Local Orders
University of Michigan area: To report a gathering that does not comply with local or state orders on or near the University of Michigan campus, please contact a special U of M hotline at 734-647-3000.
Other areas of Washtenaw County: To report a large gathering that does not comply with local or state orders, you may call Metro Dispatch at 734-994-2911 and you will be connected to your local police agency. Please consider calling if there appears to be a serious threat to health or safety.