The Comment Period has CLOSED The Summit County Health Department is issuing a 30-day formal notice and comment period during which the public can review the proposed 2019 Fees for Nitrate Testing and submit comments
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Public Health Nurse Lynn Little joins the healthcast prior to her retirement at the end of March 2019. We discuss the changes Lynn has seen in the health department and Summit County health community over
Public Health Nurse Lynn Little wrote the following to the Summit County Board of Health. Lynn was recognized by the board at the March 2019 meeting for her 18 years of service at the Summit
SaRene Brooks becomes the health department’s first Certified Diabetes Educator (February 2019) – SaRene Brooks achieved Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) status by successfully completing the Certification Examination for Diabetes Educators. Brooks completed rigorous eligibility requirements
Summit County Environmental Health Director, Phil Bondurant, and Habitat for Humanity Summit and Wasatch Counties Director, Shellie Barrus, join the healthcast today to talk about Burn Smart. Burn Smart Summit County is a local collaboration
Burn Smart will improve air quality in Summit County Summit County residents looking to improve the heating efficiency of their homes and reduce air pollution can now apply to the Burn Smart Summit County program to
Collaboration with Rocky Mountain Power Blue Sky customers will reduce greenhouse gas emissions (January 9, 2019) — Installation of 346 solar panels on the Summit County Sheldon Richins Building is complete. The 107
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 an appeal to the Trail
In this episode of the Summit County Healthcast, we visit with Howard Sorenson, Vice President of the South Summit Trails Foundation. Howard discusses the background of the foundation, their purpose and some of the many
11/21/18 — CDC releases food safety alert for all types of romaine lettuce. Two Utah meat companies recall ground beefDerek Siddoway2018-11-21T10:32:36-06:00
Consumers told to throw out any and all romaine lettuce due to E. coli contamination. (Nov. 21, 2018) — CDC is advising that U.S. consumers not eat any romaine lettuce, and retailers and restaurants not