This episode is the second half of our conversation with Health Director Rich Bullough and Deputy Director Phil Bondurant. We look forward to the health department's 2020 initiatives and areas of focus for the year,
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In this episode of the healthcast, Director Rich Bullough and Deputy Director Phil Bondurant outline the department’s major successes over the course of 2019 and how they impacted the community. Bullough and Bondurant cited support
Beginning in 2019, the Summit County Health Department will no longer conduct Perc Tests between November 27 and March 1 of each year. Upon review of the testing program, the Environmental Health Division found that
The Summit County Health Department is issuing a 30-day formal notice and comment period during which the public can provide input on the proposed Groundwater Source Protection Ordinance to the Summit County Code of Health.
Summit County, along with Salt Lake County and 10 Utah cities representing a constituency of over 400,000 customers, has adopted resolutions to participate in the Community Renewable Energy Program. “Summit County is pleased to be
Flu season is upon us once more and we sat down with Nursing Director Carolyn Rose to talk about everything you need to know to be prepared. In this episode, we answer common questions such
A ten-year veteran of the Summit County Health Department, Nate Brooks worked as an Environmental Health Scientist until his recent promotion to Environmental Health Director. Before interviewing and being selected as director, Nate's worked primarily
[CLOSED] Public Hearing Notice: Population-based Density Cap for the number of Tobacco Retail PermitsDerek Siddoway2019-09-09T16:12:22-06:00
Public Notice is hereby given that the Summit County Board of Health, in accordance with the Summit County Health Code, will conduct a public hearing to discuss and possibly take action regarding establishing a population-based
We're joined in this episode by previous Environmental Health Director, Phil Bondurant. Phil talks about his new position as the Deputy Director of the Summit County Health Department, what his new responsibilities and roles are,
The Summit County Health Department is issuing a 30-day formal notice and comment period during which the public can review the proposed Population-based density Cap for the number of Tobacco Retail Permits issued by the