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What's New

  • 05/13/2016 - New - The County DEM encourages everyone during Older Americans Month 2016 to include older family members in their emergency planning and when putting together emergency supply kits. Older persons may need additional items to help them during an emergency. See the attached flyer for more information.
  • 05/04/2016 - News Release - Planning Advisory Commission Vacancy - Mason County is seeking applicants from Commissioner Districts 1,2 or 3 for the Mason County Planning Advisory Commission. (05/03/2016)
  • 05/03/2016 - New Proclamation - National Correctional Officers' and Employees' Week - Mason County is committed to public safety through professional service and correctional officers and employees are some of the most capable, committed, patient and persistent professionals in our county.
  • 04/06/2016 - New - The Division of Emergency Management (DEM) will be conducting a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training class in May 2016. This free class provides 20 hours of instruction on critical life saving and disaster response actions that citizens can take during any emergency situation in their neighborhood. For more information view the flyer or contact DEM at 360-427-7535
  • 03/29/2016 - News Release - National Historic Preservation Month - The Mason County Commissioners and the Mason County Historic Preservation Commission are pleased to announce that Mason County will be celebrating National Historic Preservation Month in May 2016.
  • 03/29/2016 - News Release - County adopt-a-road program - Mason County Public Works wants to remind citizens of an important and rewarding volunteer opportunity within our community - the Adopt-A-Road program. Volunteer groups play an important part in keeping roadsides free of litter, protecting our natural beauty, and demonstrating community pride.

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