Environmental Health PrioritiesEnvironmental health involves understanding hazards in our homes and communities, and preventing them from harming our health.
The Health Department was awarded a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to find out what environmental health issues are most important to county residents, and what we should do about them. To do this, Pierce County Coalition for Environmental Health Priorities members met from April 2007 to January 2009. Please click on the link for meeting agendas, notes, and more:
- Gig Harbor/Key Peninsula Regional Workgroup
- Central Pierce County Regional Workgroup
- South/East Pierce County Regional Workgroup
- County-wide Coalition Meetings
- Focus groups with Spanish, Cambodian, Vietnamese, Korean, Russian and Samoan speaking community members
- Reasons from EPA CARE Program for 2009 proposal rejection
- 2010 EPA CARE Level 2 proposal
- Neighborhood Stewardship Action Plan
- Letters of Support
- Logic Model
- EPA CARE PCCEHP Roadmap
- Food systems: schools and community gardens
- Land:clean-up and restoration of natural areas
- Waste: turning food waste to compost or energy
- Water: watershed education
The food and land workgroups outreach materials are available!
Please contact Marianne Seifert at 253 798-3823 or firstname.lastname@example.org with how many you would like and in which language.
Tahoma Tilth: a Rural-Urban Community Gardening Community: English, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese
Land Use Community Action (LUCA) Workgroup: English, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese
*Translation and printing of these brochures paid for by the EPA CARE cooperative agreement. Unfortunately, we were not able to get Cambodian and Samoan translations in time.
Please contact Marianne Seifert at 253 798-3823 or email@example.com.
- Applications and Forms
- Business Pollution Prevention
- Community Safety
- Contaminated Sites
- Drinking Water & Wells
- Environmental Health Indicators Project
- Environmental Health Priorities
- Healthy Home Environment
- Planning for Healthy Communities
- Prevent and Respond to Flooding
- Septic Systems
- Surface Water: Lakes, Beaches and Shellfish
- Waste Management
- Wood Smoke Reduction Program