- City-County Board of Health Meeting, April 25, 1 PM, Room 330, City-County Building, 316 N. Park Avenue, Helena.
- Gold and Silver Buoy Awards Presentation, April 25, 2:30 PM, Room 330, City-County Building, 316 N. Park Avenue, Helena.
- Food Safety Training: Complex Menus, April 25, 9 AM to noon, Public Health Conference Room, 1930 Ninth Avenue, Helena. Register by April 22.
- Man Therapy: May the Fourth Be with You, May 4, 5 to 8 PM, Ten Mile Creek Brewery, 48 N. Last Chance Gulch, Helena. Enjoy a night of Star Wars trivia, food, and prizes. Learn more on Facebook or call 406-457-8970.
Hey Students, Apply Now for Public Health Internship
Looking for an opportunity to put your classroom skills to use in real life? Lewis and Clark Public Health is accepting applications for interns who want to work with us, learn job skills, and build their resumes. Learn more about our internship program on our website. We're an awesome place to work!
Check Groundwater Levels on New Interactive Map
Helena Valley residents who are worried about flooding can now check groundwater levels in parts of the valley using an interactive, online map developed by the Lewis and Clark County Water Quality Protection District. The map website also gives people a way to report flooding incidents, and it contains links to other flood-related resources.
Board of Health Adopts New Rules to Control Rabies
The City-County Board of Health adopted a regulation March 28 to help control the spread of rabies in Lewis and Clark County. Adoption was unanimous and followed a month-long public comment period and 2 public hearings. You can read the new regulations here.
59 Area Eating Establishments Recognized for Food Safety
Public health officials recognized 59 county eating establishments March 28 for their consistent and diligent efforts to serve safe food to the public and reduce risks of foodborne illness. A record 22 Gold Fork Awards were awarded, along with 37 Silver Fork Awards during the annual presentation. Click here to find a list of the winning establishments.
Health Officials Urge Residents to Prepare for Measles
The health department is preparing for the likely chance that measles will make its way to Lewis and Clark County in the near future. Recent outbreaks of the highly contagious and serious disease in Washington State are only a day's drive or short flight away. We urge residents to take steps now to protect themselves, their children, and their community. Vaccination is the first, best step. Find out what you can do to stop measles.
Healthy Together Releases 2018 Community Health Report
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