Environmental health is the connection between ecosystems and human health. This includes natural resources that help us thrive, such as clean air, water, food and access to parks. It also includes natural and man-made chemical, biological and physical hazards to our health.
Would you like to learn more about what we do to make our neighborhoods healthier places to live, learn, work and play?
- Environmental Health Program overview handout.
- Program information links are to the left and under the Food and Environment tabs at the top.
- Environmental Health Division Communication, Community Engagement and Customer Service Plan, Summary, Template and Guide.
- Advisory groups
We would like to hear from you! Please contact Marianne Seifert at firstname.lastname@example.org or (253) 798-3823 with any questions or suggestions!
- Applications and Forms
- Business Pollution Prevention
- Community Safety
- Contaminated Sites
- Drinking Water & Wells
- Environmental Health Indicators Project
- Environmental Health Priorities
- Healthy Home Environment
- Key Peninsula Office
- Planning for Healthy Communities
- Prevent and Respond to Flooding
- Septic Systems
- Surface Water: Lakes, Beaches and Shellfish
- Waste Management
- Wood Smoke Reduction Program