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Salt Lake County Offers Cooling Centers to Residents and Visitors During Expected Heat Wave

SALT LAKE COUNTY—With high temperatures expected in the valley through June 2, Salt Lake County will open two cooling centers for residents and visitors who need a reprieve from the heat. Cooling centers are air-conditioned, indoor spaces open to the public; anyone seeking a break from the heat can visit to cool off, hydrate, and stay safe from heat-related illness.

05/29/20


Salt Lake County Announces First Phase of Recreation Center Openings

In accordance with the State’s Utah Together plan and guidance from the Salt Lake County Health Department, select recreation centers will begin opening with modified operations. Openings are determined based upon staffing, and health order directives related to amenities.

05/27/20


Salt Lake County Provides Utah Food Bank with $750,000 to Relieve Food Insecurity Amid COVID-19

SALT LAKE COUNTY – As Utah Food Bank works tirelessly to help families and individuals in need during the COVID-19 pandemic, Salt Lake County approved $750,000 to aid Utah Food Bank in those efforts.

05/21/20


Salt Lake County Breaks Ground on Major Regional Park in South Jordan

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation in partnership with the City of South Jordan has begun construction of a major regional park in the southwest quadrant city.

05/21/20


Salt Lake County Announces Opening Dates for Parks and Recreation Facilities

In accordance with the State’s Utah Together plan and guidance from the Salt Lake County Health Department, Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation is moving forward with a phased re-opening of its park amenities and recreation facilities.

05/15/20


STATEMENT FROM SALT LAKE COUNTY MAYOR JENNY WILSON

Today, the State of Utah announced that most cities in Salt Lake County will be moving from the COVID-19 Moderate Risk Orange phase to Low Risk Yellow phase at 12:01 a.m. May 16 –with the exception of Salt Lake City and West Valley City which will remain in Orange. While we are pleased to see progress and some stabilization of cases, Salt Lake County had earlier in the week requested a countywide exemption that would have allowed us to continue operating under orange guidelines for an additional 10 days. The State chose not to approve that request.

05/14/20


Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson Announces Plan to Expand Diversity Training at Salt Lake County

Salt Lake City, UT – Today, Mayor Jenny Wilson announced a plan to expand diversity training internally at Salt Lake County with the transition of executive Emma E. Houston to develop and lead an initiative that aims to transform the way Salt Lake County does business. This is a new role for Houston after she has successfully led the Mayor’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion as director for the past four years.

05/05/20


Emergency Food Services Need Your Time and Donations

New website locates nearest food resource, for either donations or those in need

05/04/20


Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson Signs Salt Lake County Health Order Reopening Guidance consistent with Governor’s Utah Leads Together 2.0 Plan

Salt Lake County – Today Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson and Salt Lake County Health Department Executive Director Gary Edwards signed a 5th COVID-related county public health order to allow for a phased reopening of formerly closed businesses and services. This county public health order and phased reopening plan, called Salt Lake County Together, aligns with the State’s Utah Leads Together 2.0 plan.

04/30/20


Salt Lake County Makes Modifications to COVID-19 Stay Safe Plan Mayor Wilson Encourages Continued Social Distancing

SALT LAKE COUNTY – Citing coordination with the State’s Utah Leads Together plan and the progress of social distancing efforts, Mayor Jenny Wilson announced today that the County will ease two restrictions in the current Stay Home order.

04/18/20


Salt Lake County Leases Hotel to House Highest Risk Clients Within Homeless Resource Centers

Salt Lake County, UT – As part of Salt Lake County’s continuing effort to protect the highest risk clients within the homeless community from COVID-19, and allow for better social distancing protocols within Homeless Resource Centers, the county is leasing an entire hotel to provide “Stay Home, Stay Safe” housing for roughly 130 asymptomatic clients. These individuals are either over the age of 60 or have underlying health issues. Clients began to be moved into the hotel last Friday, April 10th, and the moves will continue in phases over the coming days.

04/17/20


Salt Lake County Extends COVID-19 Public Health Order to May 1

Social distancing efforts appear to be helping slow the spread of disease locally

04/09/20


Salt Lake County Announces the Public Hearing and Public Comment Period for the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan

Salt Lake Urban County Mayors seek public comment on the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan, the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the 2018-2019 funding year, and the proposed 2020-2021 projects to be funded with the federal dollars from the Community Development Block Grant, Emergency Solutions Block Grant, Social Services Block Grant and the HOME Investment Partnership Grant.

04/02/20


Select Salt Lake County Operated Golf Courses to Re-open under Modified Operations

Select Salt Lake County Operated Golf Courses to Re-open under Modified Operations

04/02/20


Salt Lake County and Partners Work to Protect Vulnerable Populations From COVID-19

Salt Lake County – Salt Lake County (SLCo) is working diligently in partnership with Salt Lake City, the state, service providers, the Salt Lake Valley Coalition to End Homelessness, and other partners, to protect vulnerable populations from COVID-19 with a specific focus on individuals experiencing homelessness.

03/17/20


SLCoHD Declares Public Health Emergency, Limits Some Business Operations

(SALT LAKE COUNTY)—Salt Lake County Health Department (SLCoHD) today declared a public health emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Immediately following the declaration, SLCoHD issued a health order, effective at 11:00 p.m. today, March 16, regarding business operations in the county, including specifics for the food and beverage industry

03/16/20


SLCoHD Declares Public Health Emergency, Limits Some Business Operations

Social distancing and employee health among the essential components of the health order

03/16/20


SLCoHD Announces Nine Additional COVID-19 Cases in Salt Lake County

This brings the total number of Salt Lake County cases to 14; none are known to be a result of local transmission in the community

03/14/20


Salt Lake County Arts Venues Closing Through March 31, 2020

All Salt Lake County Arts venues – Abravanel Hall, Capitol Theatre, Eccles Theater, and the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center – are closing for performances effective immediately today, March 12, through March 31. We are working with all of the shows scheduled during this time to determine the process for event rescheduling or ticket exchanges and/or refunds. If you purchased tickets through ArtTix, you will be notified via email on what to do.

03/12/20


WIC Assistance is Available to All Who Meet Income Eligibility

WIC is NOT included in the federal government’s final “public charge” rule and is available regardless of immigration or citizenship status

03/10/20


“Park Rx Utah” Urges Providers to “Prescribe” Time in Parks to Patients

Coalition holds stakeholder retreat to explore programming ideas and partnership opportunities

02/20/20


Little Learners can Get Curious at the County Library

Are your children curious about science and art? Little learners will build and explore with hands-on play and fun experiments that develop a better understanding of the world around them at the County Library’s third-annual Get Curious event.

02/19/20


Salt Lake County’s Only Official Mardi Gras Coming to the County Library’s Viridian Event Center

The County Library is celebrating New Orleans culture with a ragin’ Cajun Mardi Gras brouhaha at the Library’s Viridian Event Center. The gala will include beads, music, food, a parade and more.

02/12/20


Salt Lake County Health Adds HIV PrEP to STD Clinic Services

When used correctly, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) greatly reduces the risk of contracting HIV.

02/04/20


Experience Lunar New Year and Asian Culture with the County Library

Traditional choral melodies and professional Lion Dancers will wow revelers as they ring in the Year of the Rat during the County Library’s Lunar New Year celebration.

01/24/20


NOTICE OF 2020-2021 REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS FOR HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP GRANT FUNDS FOR ALL OF SALT LAKE COUNTY

Salt Lake County Consortium HOME Investment Partnership Program The Salt Lake County Division of Housing and Community Development (HCD) will be releasing a request for applications for the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development HOME Investment Partnership Program. Applications will be accepted via ZoomGrantsTM, an online grant management system.

01/24/20


NOTICE OF 2020-2021 FEDERAL GRANT APPLICATIONS

Salt Lake Urban County is Releasing the RFA for the 2020-2021 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Hard Cost Programs.

12/16/19


Salt Lake County to Break Ground on New Regional Park in Magna

Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson along with several community leaders will celebrate the beginning of construction on a large regional park in Magna on Wednesday, October 2nd at 10:30 a.m. at the park’s future site located at 4042 South 7200 West.

09/30/19


County Invites Residents to Provide Input on Dog Park Site Plans

After completing the dog park site selection process in 2018, three sites were selected to move forward with concept plan development: Wardle Fields Regional Park (Bluffdale), Lodestone Regional Park (Kearns), and the future Magna Regional Park (Magna). The public is encouraged to examine the site plans for each five-to-ten acre dog park and provide feedback.

08/20/19


County Encourages Input on Regional Trails Master Plan Update

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation invites residents to provide input on an update to the countywide Regional Trails Master Plan in series of open houses across the valley this August.

07/31/19


Salt Lake County Health Department Named “Health Department of the Year” by Leading National Public Health Association

SLCoHD’s successful response to hepatitis A outbreak referenced among reasons for recognition

07/12/19


Salt Lake County, Millcreek and Holladay Issue Joint Statement on Olympus Hills Park

In 2018, Salt Lake County, Millcreek and Holladay officials were approached by mountain bike advocates about the possibility of installing a bike skills park on the eastern section of Olympus Hills Park in Holladay. After some preliminary feasibility work, the county and its municipal partners worked hard to gauge community interest by soliciting public input – receiving and processing hundreds of comments on both sides of the issue.

06/14/19


Restaurants Approved to Allow Dogs on Patios

This season, 22 Salt Lake County eateries have received a “dog patio” variance

05/15/19


SLCo Parks and Recreation Announces Date for Closure of Marv Jenson Recreation Center

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation has set the date for the closure of Marv Jenson Recreation Center. The 35-year-old facility located at 10300 South Redwood Road will cease operations on March 31, 2020.

05/07/19


County to Host Three Open Houses to Discuss Jordan River Water Trail Plan

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation is hosting three open houses next week to invite the public to comment on the Jordan River Water Trail Master Plan. The project is designed to develop a comprehensive guide for the long-term development and improved safety of the Jordan River as a recreation amenity.

04/04/19


Salt Lake County to Host Open House to Discuss New Regional Park in South Jordan

The public is invited to an open house to learn more about the updated master plan for Bingham Creek Regional Park on Thursday, March 28 from 6-8 pm. The event, to be held at Golden Fields Elementary School (10252 Split Rock Drive, South Jordan), will provide helpful information to residents regarding the park’s design and Phase I of construction.

03/27/19


County and Community Partners Launch ‘On the River’s Edge’ Ideas Competition

Salt Lake County and the Jordan River Foundation are coming together to encourage big ideas for how more families, businesses, and visitors can access and enjoy the Jordan River and its surrounding areas.

03/13/19


Health Department Announces Youth Anti-Vaping Film Festival

E-cigarette use among Salt Lake County youth has increased 500% in the last seven years, and studies show the use of e-cigarettes often leads to smoking traditional cigarettes

02/12/19


Salt Lake County to Break Ground on Wheeler Historic Farm Outdoor Education Center

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation is celebrating the kickoff of construction for a new Outdoor Education Center at Wheeler Historic Farm, located at 6351 South 900 East in Murray, this Wednesday, January 30 at 10:30 am.

01/28/19


Holladay Lions Recreation Center Celebrates Pool Re-Opening

We are excited to announce the re-opening of the new & improved indoor pool at Holladay Lions Recreation Center. Following weeks of renovations, the pool will be re-open to the public beginning December 26th.

12/21/18


Larry H. Miller Charities and Salt Lake County Announce Plans to Rebuild Softball Complexes

Salt Lake County’s softball complexes in Holladay and Taylorsville cities will soon see major improvements thanks to a $5 million contribution from Larry H. Miller Charities. A partnership – announced Tuesday, December 4th at a meeting of the Salt Lake County Council – between Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation and Larry H. Miller Charities will rebuild both the Larry H. Miller Softball Complex and the Valley Regional Softball Complex.

12/05/18


Today Is Salt Lake County’s First “No Burn” Day of the 2018–19 Season

Penalties for burning solid fuels illegally could reach $299

11/20/18


Today Is Salt Lake County’s First “No Burn” Day of the 2018–19 Season

Penalties for burning solid fuels illegally could reach $299

11/20/18


Over 5,000 Utah Children Potentially Poisoned by Lead

Experts estimate only 3% of Utah children are tested for lead, so actual number may be higher

10/22/18


Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation Celebrates Opening of New Park Operations Center

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation will cut the ribbon on its new Park Operations Center this Monday, September 17th at 10:30 am. Located at 6332 S. Airport Road in West Jordan, the new center will quadruple the capacity of the organization tasked with maintaining more than 100 parks and public spaces throughout the county.

09/14/18


Possible Hepatitis A Exposure at Downtown SLC Restaurant

Customers who visited the New Yorker between July 25 and August 15 may have been exposed.

09/10/18


Possible Hepatitis A Exposure at Downtown SLC Restaurant

Customers who visited the New Yorker between July 25 and August 15 may have been exposed.

09/10/18


Algae-related Toxin Detected in Jordan River

A low level of anatoxin-a means people and pets should stay out of the water itself, but recreational activities like boating should not present a threat to health.

08/28/18


Algae-related Toxin Detected in Jordan River

A low level of anatoxin-a means people and pets should stay out of the water itself, but recreational activities like boating should not present a threat to health.

08/28/18


Salt Lake County Reports First WNV Death of the Year

Threat of West Nile virus grows as more mosquitoes in the county test positive

08/22/18


Salt Lake County Reports First WNV Death of the Year

Threat of West Nile virus grows as more mosquitoes in the county test positive

08/22/18


Statement on Issues at Sugar House Park Pond

Salt Lake County is grateful to our community that cares so much about our parks and the animals that live in them. Avian botulism naturally occurs in low depth, slow moving bodies of water during hot temperatures and Salt Lake County is extremely concerned about this issue at Sugar House Park.

08/09/18


SLCoHD Announces Most Prevalent Infectious Diseases of 2017

Sexually transmitted diseases continue to top the list; officials encourage STD testing

08/02/18


SLCoHD Announces Most Prevalent Infectious Diseases of 2017

Sexually transmitted diseases continue to top the list; officials encourage STD testing

08/02/18


Week of Activities and Giant Food Sculptures Encourage Food Bank Donations

Foodstruction sculptures on display at seven area libraries from July 28 through August 4.

07/26/18


Week of Activities and Giant Food Sculptures Encourage Food Bank Donations

Foodstruction sculptures on display at seven area libraries from July 28 through August 4.

07/26/18


Salt Lake County and ReAL Salt Lake Foundation Celebrate New Community Futsal Courts

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation and ReAL Salt Lake Foundation celebrate the opening of two futsal (mini-soccer pitch) courts at Constitution Park this Tuesday, June 26th at 7:30 pm.

06/25/18


Salt Lake County to Break Ground on New Recreation Center in Draper

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation in partnership with Draper City and Canyons School District will celebrate the start of construction on the Draper Recreation Center on Thursday, June 21st at 1:30 pm at 657 East Vestry Road in Draper, Utah.

06/19/18


SLCoHD Announces Restaurants Approved to Allow Dogs on Patios

Twelve Salt Lake County restaurants have received a “dog patio” variance for this season

05/16/18


SLCoHD Announces Restaurants Approved to Allow Dogs on Patios

Twelve Salt Lake County restaurants have received a “dog patio” variance for this season

05/16/18


Possible Hepatitis A Exposure at Murray Edible Arrangements

Customers who ate items from this location between March 21 and April 13 may have been exposed.

04/18/18


Possible Hepatitis A Exposure at Murray Edible Arrangements

Customers who ate items from this location between March 21 and April 13 may have been exposed.

04/18/18


Health Department Accepting Nominations for “Air Quality Ally” Award

Individuals, businesses, and schools eligible to be recognized for their efforts or advocacy on behalf of improved air quality in Salt Lake County

04/04/18


Health Department Accepting Nominations for “Air Quality Ally” Award

Individuals, businesses, and schools eligible to be recognized for their efforts or advocacy on behalf of improved air quality in Salt Lake County

04/04/18


Salt Lake County Reports First Deaths Due to Hepatitis A Outbreak

Health officials encourage vaccination and frequent, thorough hand washing to prevent infection

04/03/18


Salt Lake County Reports First Deaths Due to Hepatitis A Outbreak

Health officials encourage vaccination and frequent, thorough hand washing to prevent infection

04/03/18


Residents Invited to Review Potential Off-leash Dog Park Sites

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation is hosting a four open houses to educate the public and receive feedback regarding potential locations identified most suitable for future off-leash dog parks. The results of this selection process will result in sites and concept plans for two-to-three, five-to-ten acre dog parks in Salt Lake County.

02/01/18


Salt Lake County Board of Health Temporarily Amends Health Regulation

Amendment requires hepatitis A vaccination for food handlers in certain circumstances

02/01/18


Salt Lake County Board of Health Temporarily Amends Health Regulation

Amendment requires hepatitis A vaccination for food handlers in certain circumstances

02/01/18


Public Invited to Weigh In on Future Regional Park in Magna

Salt Lake County residents are invited to attend an open house for Magna Regional Park this Thursday, January 25 from 6-8 pm at Salt Lake County’s Magna Recreation Center.

01/24/18


Possible Hepatitis A Exposure at West Jordan 7-Eleven Store

Customers who used store restroom or consumed certain items on specific dates should receive preventive treatment immediately.

01/07/18


Possible Hepatitis A Exposure at West Jordan 7-Eleven Store

Customers who used store restroom or consumed certain items on specific dates should receive preventive treatment immediately.

01/07/18


Lights, Camera, Action: Health Department Announces Youth Anti-Tobacco Film Festival

Since 2011 the use of e-cigarettes among youth in Utah has tripled, and studies show the use of e-cigarettes often leads to smoking traditional cigarettes.

01/05/18


Lights, Camera, Action: Health Department Announces Youth Anti-Tobacco Film Festival

Since 2011 the use of e-cigarettes among youth in Utah has tripled, and studies show the use of e-cigarettes often leads to smoking traditional cigarettes.

01/05/18


Health Department Encourages Student Physical Activity—Even During Inversions

Program offers physical activity equipment for schools to use year-round, indoors or out

12/14/17


Help Those in Need the Right Way This Holiday Season

Donate, volunteer via existing organizations—don’t serve people experiencing homelessness on your own.

11/21/17


Public Safety Agencies Encourage Residents to Learn About Naloxone

Life-saving naloxone rescue kits are legal to possess and, when necessary, use.

11/14/17


County Invites Residents to Open Houses on Off-Leash Dog Park Plan

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation Division is hosting four open houses to educate the public and receive feedback regarding its Off-Leash Dog Park Implementation Plan.

10/18/17


Ribbon Cutting Celebrates Parley's Trail Project Milestone

Completed Parley's Trail phases now connect Bonneville Shoreline to 900 West.

10/17/17


We Want to Hear from You – Help Shape the Future of Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation in partnership with Utah State University is seeking community feedback for its needs assessment project. The study’s results will establish priorities for future development of parks, recreation, golf facilities, programs and services provided by the division.

10/04/17


Parley’s Trail - Tanner Park to Sugar House Park Construction Update

Parley’s Trail - Tanner Park to Sugar House Park Construction Update

08/28/17


Giant Sculptures Made of Healthy Food Encourage Food Bank Donations

Organizers of Food Design say, “The opposite of hungry isn’t full, it’s healthy.”

08/09/17


Health Department Announces Most Prevalent Infectious Diseases of 2016

Sexually transmitted diseases continue to top the list; officials encourage STD testing

08/04/17


Algae-related Toxin Detected in Jordan River

A low level of anatoxin-a means people and pets should stay out of the water itself, but recreational activities like boating should not present a threat to health.

07/21/17


WNV Detected In Multiple Salt Lake County Mosquito Pools

Health officials urge residents to take precautions to avoid illness

07/19/17


Salt Lake County’s Longest Serving Employee Retires After 53 Years of Service

Nearly 20% of health department employees have more than 20 years at the agency

06/29/17


Real Salt Lake’s Leo the Lion, Kids Kick-off the County’s Newest Mini Soccer Courts

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation and Real Salt Lake will celebrate the groundbreaking of two futsal (mini-soccer pitch) courts at Constitution Park this Wednesday, June 21st.

06/20/17


Health department adds a follow-up recommendation to “Don’t Poop in the Pool,” warns swimmers, “Don’t Drink the Water”

Half of adults don’t regularly shower before swimming; 60% admit to swallowing pool water

06/07/17


Health Department Reminds Restaurants: Receive Permission Before Welcoming Dogs to Patios

Twelve SLCo restaurants have applied for and received a “Paws on the Patio” variance

06/02/17


Health Department Announces New Prescription Drug Disposal Option

Proper disposal of medications protects our environment and helps prevent drug misuse.

05/01/17


Mumps Outbreak Joins Growing Measles Outbreak in Salt Lake County

Confirmed measles cases up to two; officials also report two confirmed cases of mumps in the county

02/16/17


Health Officials Confirm Measles Case in Salt Lake County

SLCoHD urges residents to vaccinate.

02/07/17


High Blood Pressure Diagnosis Inaccurate at Least 50% of the Time

New website educates clinics and patients about correct blood pressure measurement techniques

01/31/17


Help Those in Need the Right Way This Holiday Season

Food safety is especially important when helping vulnerable populations.

11/22/16


Health Department Reminds People to Avoid Contact with Bats

Three bats found in downtown SLC have tested positive for rabies.

10/21/16


SLCoHD Reports First Human WNV Case of the Year

Though most people are focused on Zika this season, WNV is more of a threat to Utahns.

08/16/16


Salt Lake County Resident with Zika Dies

The Salt Lake County Health Department (SLCoHD) announced today that a county resident infected with Zika virus died in late June.

07/08/16


CDC Releases Annual "Poop in the Pool" Report

Health department touts that local swimming pools are healthier than national average

06/07/16


Salt Lake County Woman with Zika Gives Birth to Healthy Baby

Case highlights need for travelers to protect themselves from mosquitoes.

04/08/16


Giant Sculptures Made From Healthy Food Encourage Food Bank Donations

Organizers of Food Design 2016 say, “The opposite of hungry isn’t full, it’s healthy.”

02/05/16


Salt Lake County Health Department Reports First Flu Death of the Season

Health officials remind residents that it’s not too late this season to get a flu shot.

01/25/16


Salt Lake County, Tesoro and Local Businesses Join Forces to Expand the Vehicle Repair Assistance Program and Help Improve Our Air

The Salt Lake County Health Department announced today a new partnership with Tesoro Foundation and local auto repair businesses that will expand the county’s one-year-old Vehicle Repair Assistance Program (VRAP).

01/22/16


SLCoHD Reports Human WNV Cases

Public asked to continue mosquito precautions until the first hard frost.

09/11/15


33% of Utahns Are Prediabetic and 90% Don’t Know They Are

New program offers hope for Utah to combat the type 2 diabetes epidemic.

08/27/15


SLCoHD Rules Out Cholera Disease in Two Symptomatic Patients

Lab tests confirm patients have vibriosis, caused by a related bacteria.

07/02/15


It’s Not the Chlorine in the Pool That’s Making Your Eyes Red…

Health officials bust a few pool myths at annual healthy swim season kickoff.

06/09/15


Health Department Identifies Likely Source of Illness in Homeless Population

Improper food handling allowed bacteria to grow in food.

06/05/15


Health Department Welcomes "Paws on the Patio" Applicants

No Salt Lake County food establishments are currently permitted to allow dogs on outdoor patios.

05/21/15


Not All Electronics Recyclers are Irresponsible, Illegal or Unsafe

SLCo Health Department ensures recyclers are permitted and inspected regularly.

04/22/15


Salt Lake County Hosts Its 6th Annual Earth Day Festival

Photo/Video opportunity: Event focuses on environmental education for elementary students

04/21/15


Tanning Establishments Show Drastic Improvement in Regulation Compliance

Recent tanning establishment compliance checks by the Salt Lake County Health Department (SLCoHD) show a 200% increase in establishments following state-mandated parental consent requirements.

04/07/15


SLCoHD, Fourth Street Clinic Collect “Sun Safety” Items for Homeless

Utah has one of the country’s highest rates of melanoma; with increased exposure to Utah’s sunny climate, homeless individuals are at an increased risk of skin cancer.

03/30/15


SLCoHD Offers Free Medical Screenings to Women

Women’s Cancer Screening and BeWise programs provide eligible women with screenings for heart disease, breast cancer and cervical cancer.

02/12/15


Salt Lake County Health to Provide UTA Passes to Residents

Pilot initiative aims to improve air quality by increasing transit ridership.

01/29/15


Majority of E-Liquids Labeled Incorrectly

Nicotine levels listed on labels were significantly different in 61% of those tested.

01/08/15


SLCo Bans Wood Burning on Air Action Days

Health department to focus on educating residents this year, enforcing next year.

01/08/15


Salt Lake County Health Department Awarded National Accreditation

Accreditation board says accredited departments “serve their communities well.”

12/12/14