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    Free Collection Event in Quilcene

    Bring household hazardous wastes to Quilcene Transfer Station on Saturday April 14th, for 10am - 2pm. Read on
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    Nominations Sought for Public Health Heroes

    Each year for National Public Health Week, JCPH and the Board of Health honor people and organizations who make a significant contribution to maintaining and improving health in Jefferson County. Read on...
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    Largest Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Live Poultry

    Nationally, 2017 had more Salmonella cases linked to backyard poultry than ever recorded. Federal health officials tracked 1,120 cases involving 48 states and D.C. Washington had 23 cases, more than double the number in the previous two years combined. Read on...
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    East Jefferson County Water Quality News, Winter 2018 Newsletter

    See the bi-yearly status update on Water Quality projects in East Jefferson County as well as other important water quality activities and opportunities. Read on...
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    County Completes Chimacum and Ludlow Creeks Water Quality Projects

    Port Townsend - Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) Water Quality division and Jefferson County Conservation District (JCCD) have completed the Hood Canal Priority Basins Project looking into bacteria pollution in Chimacum and Ludlow Creeks Basins. Read on...
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    Bluegreen Algae Blooms Continue But Toxins Decline

    Port Townsend, WA – A bloom of bluegreen algae was found by Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) at Lake Leland in January, but test results did not show detectable levels of toxins. Warning signs have been posted at the boat ramp and fishing pier.
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