The Tooele County Health Department serves as a leader in public health for the community by promoting health, striving to prevent avoidable disease, assessing the health of our community, developing policies, providing services and education, and protecting the environment to assure quality of life.
The end of summer gives us a chance to not only celebrate the many things we can do to keep babies safe, but also to honor a group of caregivers that helps us keep babies safe. Whether you’re a new parent, buying a gift for expectant parents, or a service provider who...read more
Today we were just informed by the Utah State Public Health Laboratory that three mosquito pools (samples) tested positive for West Nile virus in the Benson Mill trap. The mosquitoes were collected 8/13/18. For more information about West Nile virus prevention,...read more
National Weather Service Experimental HeatRisk: Heat affects everyone differently. In order to better address heat risk and allow you to prepare for upcoming heat events, the NWS has developed the experimental HeatRisk forecast. The NWS HeatRisk forecast provides a...read more
Looking for information on how to create a Worksite Wellness Plan for your employees? Here is a toolkit to help get your started Worksite_wellness_toolkit_2018. Most people want to work in a healthy environment. What does a healthy work environment consist of?...read more
Letter to the Community To Our Friends and Partners, The Tooele County Health Department is committed to making measurable improvements in the health and safety of this community. As part of an ongoing community health improvement process, community partners from...read more
Effective July 1, 2018 the fee to obtain a Death Certificate is increasing to $30, additional copies will remain at $10 each. For more information visit our Vital Records page.read more
Tooele County Health Department offers vaccinations for children and adults. Most insurances plans are accepted. Vaccines are available for a low fee or at no cost for eligible children through 18 years of age. Walk-in Immunization Clinics are held Monday through...read more