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Director: Jennifer Johnson



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COVID-19 INFORMATION

Skagit County Public Health’s customer
service counters are now open to the public.
Masks are now optional, except in our vaccination clinic.

You may contact us during normal offices hours:
Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm at (360) 416-1500.

2020-2021 Community Health Assessment (CHA) available here.

2022 COVID Recovery Plan available here.

VIDEO: 2022 COVID Recovery Plan


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Food handlers’ cards and training, Food Service Permits, Food borne illnesses, Consumer safety

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News


Skagit County Launches North Star Project to Address Behavioral Health and Homelessness
Skagit County has recently launched the North Star Project, a multi-phased whole-of-government effort to address behavioral health and homelessness challenges in our community.

Biennial Public Health Report 2019-2020

Skagit Shellfish Harvesting & Safe Consumption 
Consuming shellfish with elevated levels of these marine biotoxins can cause serious illness or death.

Novel Corona Virus Information
The Novel Coronavirus, COVID-19, is continuing to spread around the world and new cases have been detected in Washington, Oregon, and California.

Skagit County launches SkagitRising.org
A new website containing opioid and substance use resources [more]

Septic system repair or replacement loan program now available!

What else is new at Skagit County Public Health: