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28 May


Oakland County families and out of county visitors are flocking to the campsites, cabins and yurts of Addison Oaks County Park for warm weather fun. Addison Oaks is the perfect place for outdoor recreation and nature exploration in a landscape rich with wooded hills, open meadows, wetlands, a sparkling lake with fishing and non-motorized boating and endless trails for hikers, cyclists and equestrians. But for the magnificent sandhill cranes of Oakland County, Addison Oaks is more than an exciting close-to-home vacation getaway – – Addison Oaks is the perfect place to raise a family. The marshes and tall grasses provide nesting cover and a healthy mix of insects, grains, amphibians and even the occasional mouse or meadow vole to satisfy their big bird appetite.

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Document Shredding from Sheriff’s Office

5 Aug

On Monday, August 12th, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office will partner with Absolute Shreds to offer FREE document shredding to Oakland County residents.

Sheriff's Office

Confidential documents may be brought to the Sheriff’s Office (located in Pontiac) to be shredded by a state of the art high volume shredding truck at no cost. Residents of Oakland County may bring up to three or four boxes of paper only documents.

Document shredding will take place at the Sheriff’s Office parking lot from 9am -10am. A map to the Sheriff’s Office can be found HERE.

For more information, please contact Mandy Andrews, Sheriff’s Office Community Liaison, at 248-858-1947. For a complete list of shreddable items, or more information on community events hosted by Absolute Shreds, visit http://www.absoluteshreds.com.

Boating Safety

28 May

It’s getting to be that time of year, Oakland County— boating season!

While summer is filled with days out on the lake, let’s not forget the importance of boating safety. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office has several boater safety courses, tips, and a helpful checklist– continue reading to learn how to keep yourself and others safe on the water.

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