Public Health Topics

  1. Bed bugs
  2. Ebola virus
  3. Extreme Cold Weather-In periods of extreme life-threatening weather, defined as a wind-chill factor of 20°F or below, multiple county agencies and private health / social organizations will offer expanded services for those without adequate shelter, including the chronically homeless and homeless families with children. View some Tips to Prepare for Cold Weather.
  4. Extreme Weather - Heat-Due to the well-documented risk of excess mortality and other significant heat-related health problems associated with oppressively hot weather, the department issues Hot Weather Health Warnings (Code Red) during the summer months when a heat index (temperature/humidity index) of 100°F or greater is predicted by the National Weather Service. View some Tips for Preventing Heat-Related Illness.
  5. Flooding
  6. Gun Violence Prevention
  7. Heart Disease (Coronary Artery Disease) 
  8.  Healthy Swimming-Information and resources to raise awareness about Recreational Water Illnesses and how to prevent them by practicing Healthy Swimming behaviors. You can also view our General Rules of the Pool and tips to help in preventing drowning.
  9. HIV
  10. Influenza
  11. Legionnaires
  12. Lyme disease
  13. Measles 
  14. Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS) 
  15. Mold
  16. Mosquito-borne Diseases
  17. Norovirus 
  18. Per- Or Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)
  19. Pertussis
  20. Potassium iodide (KI) Pill Distribution 
  21. Safe Sleep
  22. Safe Water 
  23. Shigella 
  24. Shingles
  25. Zika virus