SUMMIT COUNTY (Jun. 21, 2018) — The Summit County Health Department and Utah Department of Environmental Quality have issued a cautionary advisory for toxic algae growth in Rockport Reservoir. Algal blooms naturally develop in lake
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Between his responsibilities as County Manager in Summit County and Brigadier General in the Utah National Guard, Tom Fisher’s schedule stays full. In this episode of the healthcast, we sat down with our county manager
(May 16, 2018) —Summit County’s work in environmental stewardship has been recognized with an Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties (NACo). The award honors innovative, effective county government programs that strengthen services for
This week we sit down with two of CONNECT Summit County's co-founders, Ed and Lynne Rutan. They give us some brief history about CONNECT as well as a recap of past Mental Health Month events
Special Projects Grant from Federal Government funds walkers, training and tools (April 18, 2018) — The Summit County Health Department’s Early Intervention program received a $24,000 Special Projects Grant to aid in its work with
This week we sit down with Park City Community Foundation's Ollie Wilder and Summit County Mental Health & Substance Abuse Director, Aaron Newman to talk about the first year of the Summit County Mental Wellness
All services available and open to Kamas residents (April 9, 2018) — With the official public opening of the South Summit County Services building, the Summit County Health Department encourages Kamas and South Summit Residents
In this episode of the healthcast, we discuss Summit County's Wastewater Program with Nathan Brooks and Rocky Pace, Environmental Health Scientists at the Summit County Health Department. Topics covered include changes in the community's perception
Margaret Olson, Summit County Attorney, announced today that her office and a team of private law firms filed today the first opioid lawsuit to be initiated by a county in Utah. The Summit County Attorney,
Funding will be used to bring solar power to the Sheldon Richins Building (March 9, 2017) — As a recipient of the Blue Sky Renewable Energy Program, Summit County received $100,000 in grant funding to