On March 13, 2020, Oakland County declared a county-wide State of Emergency to encourage social distancing and help stop the spread of COVID-19. The City of Ferndale takes the health and safety of our community very seriously and we're doing everything we can to support State and County health organizations. Please find resources below about preparedness, prevention, local and regional resources, and updates to City protocol.
We have established contact phone numbers and email addresses specifically for COVID-related response and questions. Reach out to us at any time with questions or concerns:
Residents and public
Business and downtown
Information about how and where to become vaccinated against COVID-19
Stay updated on loans, grants, and other support resources as they become available
A comprehensive list of all building and department closures, amended hours, and protocol changes
The latest information, statements, news, and video related to COVID-19
How the City's Police and Fire services are responding to COVID-19
Additional resources from the City, County, State, and CDC
Detailing what the COVID-19 coronavirus is and how citizens can prevent the spread
The City of Ferndale has no legal authority to disseminate vaccines or create vaccine distribution sites. Please visit oaklandcountyvaccine.com for information on eligibility, vaccination sites, and to sign up to save your spot with the county.