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ADRIAN, MI - On Sunday, April 26, 2020, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-60. As part of the order, the expiration date of all food service establishment licenses has been extended until 60 days after the end of the declared states of emergency and disaster. The previous expiration date for these licenses was April 30, 2020. Therefore, license renewal applications and fees will not be due to the Lenawee County Health Department until 60 days after the end of the declared state of emergency. Currently, the declared state of emergency is in effect and is set to expire April 30th, but could potentially be extended. While the licensing deadline has been extended, those wishing to submit their applications and fees may do so by sending them to the Lenawee County Health Department at 1040 S Winter St, Suite 2328, Adrian, MI, 49221. There will be no delay in the processing of licenses for establishments that have already submitted their application and payment.
The Lenawee County Health Department will send out a notification to all licensed food service establishments once a new expiration date is determined. Food service establishments are encouraged to contact their sanitarian with any questions related to licensing or COVID-19. Questions can also be directed to 517-264-5213 or firstname.lastname@example.org.