- There are no alerts at this time.
The Health Division makes available for review and/or copying records of all food establishments, housing, community sanitation and environmental investigations. Please make an appointment for file review. Medical records are not public record.
Blood Pressure Clinics
- Every Tuesday 3-4 p.m. at Town Hall-1JFK Memorial Drive (in the side parking lot under the tent, near the back of the building by the ramp up to Cahill Auditorium.)
- Every Friday 9 a.m.- 10 a.m. at Town Hall-1 JFK Memorial Drive (in the side parking lot under the tent, near the back of the building by the ramp up to Cahill Auditorium.)
Additional routinely scheduled clinics are held at the Council on Aging and senior housing complexes. Please call the Public Health Nurse for schedules.
TEMPORARY EMERGENCY PROTOCOL FOR HOUSING INSPECTIONS PERFORMED BY THE HEALTH DIVISION
In an effort to continue to make sure our residential constituents are provided with safe and timely inspections during this public health emergency, the following are inspection protocols that will be implemented for scheduled Housing Inspections. These protocols will remain in effect until further notice and supersede any existing protocols during this time.
- Influenza Clinics
- School Health
- TB Testing for contacts only
- Vitamin B-12 Injections
- Animal Inspections
- Beach Water Quality Surveillance
- Environmental Surveillance
- Hotel / Motels
- Mobile Food Units
- Mosquito Control
- Nursing Home / Hospital Kitchens
- Public and Semi-Public Swimming Pools
- Public Health Nuisances
- Recreational Camps for Children
- Retail Food Establishments
- School/Day Care Kitchens
- Septage / Offal Trucks
- Title V Sewage Treatment and Disposal
- Tobacco Control
- Well Installation
Informational Advisory on Water Safety
As more and more people are using bodies of water for cooling or recreation this summer, there comes with that an increase in the risk of drowning. Warning signs of drowning are often silent or go noticed and even the most skilled swimmers are susceptible to drowning, so be careful!