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For additional information on COVID-19

Local State of Emergency Message
For Additional information please go to:
COVID-19 Macomb County summary          http://mcmap.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/439123f4ca934ceb893927776fcda9f8  

Department of Health and Human Services https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/

Center for Disease control https://www.cdc.gov/

Trash collection is considered essential service, GFL will be picking up your trash on your scheduled service 

Richmond Lenox EMS and our Community Transit Division, is offering medication and grocery delivery service.  
Community Leaders/Transit and EMS Partners:
As we navigate the unprecedented COVID-19 event in our communities, we remind everyone the EMS and Transit Divisions primary mission has, and always will be the Safety and Health of those residents living in, working, or traveling through the communities we serve.  For this reason, the Richmond Lenox Ambulance Authority, is announcing a program where we will pick up prescriptions and/or groceries, for those who may have difficulty getting out to their local  grocery store or pharmacy.
In accordance with the Governors, "Stay at Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives order".  Our agency believes, vulnerable residents, those feeling ill, or persons otherwise unable to drive themselves, need not travel to pick up essential supplies or medicine, when our organization has resources available to pick up and deliver these items to you at home.
The EMS and our related Public Transit operation, also continue to fulfill ALL NEEDS  for Emergency and non-emergent medical or nutritional transportation and or treatment. For emergencies please continue call 911.
For non-emergency transporation or grocery/medicine delivery assistance, again our toll-free number is (844)666-5652.

Local State of Emergency Message