• Fancy event table

    Hosting a special event?

    Use a permitted caterer so you can celebrate with peace of mind. Learn More >

  • A father and son smiling while on a picnic blanket in the park.

    June is Men’s Health Month.

    Encourage the men and boys in your life to take better care of themselves. This benefits you and them. Learn More >

  • A table with a bowl of soup in the middle; around it are dental floss, nail clippers, underwear, a dirty napkin and a duster.

    Skip sketchy food.

    Delicious or dangerous? You have no guarantee food from illegal online sellers is safe. Don’t gamble with your health. Learn More >

  • Face of young boy with measles

    Protect yourself against measles.

    We confirmed 2 cases in Pierce County. Up-to-date vaccinations are your best protection. Learn More >

  • The Tacoma Narrows Bridge viewed from University Place

    Enjoy the warm weather safely.

    Keep cool—and safe—and don’t get burned by hot temperatures. Learn More >

  • Condoms rotator

    Youth HIV is preventable.

    HIV is too common among young people. You can join the fight. Learn More >

  • A man's two hands covered in soap suds at a sink with the water running

    Keep norovirus at bay.

    Many cases of norovirus happen during the winter months. Know the symptoms, and what to do if you get sick. Learn More >

  • Prescription medication on a table with the Rx prescription abbreviation

    Are you struggling with addiction?

    Find resources here to support your journey to recovery. Learn More >

  • The Vital Records Office with self-serve kiosks and instructional signage.

    Welcome to one-stop shopping.

    The Pierce County Annex and Health Department are working better together to make getting what you need even easier. Learn More >

  • Woman's hands typing on keyboard.

    Apply and pay online.

    Submit food, septic, water and other applications anytime, anywhere. Learn More >

A better way to get your food-worker card.

Our revamped online class offers several great changes, including the ability to take the test on your phone.

Learn More >
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Communicable Disease Program Manager Kayla Scrivner
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