The Summit County Health Department is issuing a 30-day formal notice and comment period during which the public can review the proposed 2018 Fee Schedule and submit comments to the Health Department in writing by
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In this episode of the Summit County Healthcast I'm joined by Shelley Worley (Health Promotion Director) and SaRene Brooks (Health Educator and Registered Dietitian). We discuss the importance of finding a balance during the holiday
In partnership with the Summit County Health Department and the Summit County Mental Wellness Alliance, Jessica Omer, North Summit graduation and licensed clinical social worker held a parent night at North Summit High. This presentation
Achievement represents the collaborated efforts of Summit County residents Park City, Utah (Nov. 15, 2017) — The efforts of the Summit County Mental Wellness Alliance took another vital step forward today with the adoption of
November is National Diabetes Month and in this episode, we bring on SaRene Brooks (Health Educator, Registered Dietitian, Lifestyle Coach) to discuss this epidemic. In addition to defining the two types of diabetes and how they
The comment period for the proposed Wastewater Management changes ended Friday, November 3, 2017. The Summit County Health Department is issuing a 30-day formal notice and comment period during which the public can review the
All recreational activities at both reservoirs may be safely resumed. (Nov. 1, 2017) — Based on tests conducted by the Summit County Health Department on Tuesday, October 31, it was determined the harmful algal blooms
Public notice is hereby given that the Summit County Board of Health (“Board”) in accordance with UCA §26A-1-121, will conduct a public hearing to discuss and possibly take action regarding proposed changes to the
(Oct. 19, 2017) — The Utah Department of Health has received reports of an individual impersonating an FDA Compliance Officer in central Utah. This person attempted to close a restaurant and left a card afterward.
UPDATE (11/1/17): The toxic algae advisory in place for Rockport and Echo has been lifted, effective 10 a.m. Additional tests determined algae is below levels that present a public health concern. UPDATE (10/29/17): The toxic algae advisory in place