The courthouse was designed by Alfred E French and completed in 1890 and is an historical landmark. It is so cozy to sit on lawn in summer and read a book or people watch.

Howell is the county seat of Livingston County. As of 2010 the population was around 9500 people. Howell is home to many festivals celebrated through the year. Most notably, the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest, Christmas Parade is a Ho, Ho Ho, and the Melon Festival. The court house to the left is a beautiful building. Most people who have to go to court will be coming to Howell. It is where the jail is too.

This town has really changed from the farmers town it once was.

This is a beautiful cemetary beside Thompson Lake in downtown Howell. Beautiful view's and place to swim and eat a picnic lunch. The picture to the left is Thompson Lake, a view from my car.

The main four corners in downtown.

This is Witches Night Out in Downtown Howell, 9-14

An Annual Event to kick off Halloween

All the ladies dress up as Witches and many stores have sales and food/beverages. Dont miss next years.

Pur-S'e    A Woman's Boutique

111 E. Grand River, Howell, Michigan


Clothing, Purses, Jewelry, Shoes and Gifts  

Something New all the Time..

Open Every Day


Carolyn Reed-Owner 517-546-4100

7th Annual Great Pumpkin Classic Car Show

@ Livingston County Airport--October 11th, 2014

300 Cars-All Proceeds to Salvation Army-

Put on by Paulson's Construction-Howell, Mi.

Livingston County's

Salvation Army's Red Tie Gala

Masquerade Ball to kick off

the "Red Kettle" Season

To Volunteer or Give Call


Be a Bell Ringer


Howell's 7th Annual Pink Party


June 11, 2015


In case you Missed it here are

some Highlights


Don't miss 2016, 2nd Thursday in June


This is Witches Night Out in Downtown Howell, 9-15

An Annual Event to kick off Halloween

All the ladies dress up as Witches and many stores have sales and food/beverages. Dont miss next years.


Re-Cap of the Event and a Story told inside Everyone should hear how the Salvation Army Serves.



120 N. State Street  Downtown Howell

Vintage, Handmade and New Gift


Taxi Cab and Courier service for Howell , Livingston County, Western Oakland County,

Northern Washtinaw County.

LaCasa Fund Raiser

for Child Abuse

at Whispering Pines Golf Club

in Pinckney, 2015

Rolling Thunder

Annual Ride to Honor our Fallen Veterans and Gold Star Moms who have lost a child.

May 2016

Annual Howell Home and Garden Show-2016



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Pictured-JEFF BOYD-Director &SARAH WELTER-EMS Supervisor


We are extremely blessed to have our EMS, (Emergency Medical Service), of Livingston County. Jeff Boyd, Director since 1991 has extreme credentials and experience to be in charge of this service we all hope we never need.

Jeff grew up in Stockbridge, Mi and volunteered in the ambulance service starting in high school from age 16 thru 18, after he completed First Aid and CPR classes. While in college he became an EMT, (Emergency Medical Technician) and in 1976-1979 worked with the Livingston County Ambulance service.

Jeff continued on with his schooling and became a paramedic in 1977. Because our county did not have paramedics he left Livingston County and worked in the Midland, Saginaw area until 1983. In that same year, he moved to Las Cruces, New Mexico and was an EMS Training Coordinator until moving back in 1986.

Jeff has always loved taking care of and helping people. As Director he is always working to improve the care and response time to the citizens. He has implemented many of the protocols for paramedics across the State of Michigan.

Jeff has been there every step of the way as Director starting with the first of five built and owned substations in Livingston County.  Brighton was the first built substation in 1994. Next came Hartland and Hamburg in 1998, Genoa Township in 2000 and Howell in 2012. At the  Howell station, they also lease space to the

University of Michigan for their helicopter and patient-organ transplant  Fixed Wing Jet Survivor Flights!




























In Livingston County there are 8 Fire and 11 Police Departments. Our EMS covers all 584 square miles. They average sixty-five 911 calls a day and approximately 22,000 calls a year. There are five 24 hour ambulances that work 24-hour shifts and six ambulances that run 12-hour shifts.

Jeff said: “Two o’clock in the afternoon is our busiest time. We  have 7 staffed and operating ambulances at night and up to 12 operating by 2:00 p.m. All 5 stations have a spare ambulance in case of a disaster or if a mechanical failure occurs.’’ If you need help to get up from a non injury fall, EMS will come by and lift you back up on your feet.  

EMS is funded 1/3 by your tax millage and the rest is from fees collected for their services. An average charge for an ambulance is around $400.00-$500.00 per run. The average response time is nine minutes.

Jeff Boyd has been with Livingston County for almost 33 years and oversees the total operations which include 100 employees. I personally want to thank him and all the EMS employees who skillfully give service to all who are in need of help.