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  1. It’s Time for Back-to-School Vaccines!

    Keep your children and teens safe, healthy, and ready for school by making sure they are up to date with required immunizations. Read on...
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    Jefferson County Public Health Offers Sports Physicals at the School Based Clinics for all students

    Port Townsend – Get ready for fall sports! Jefferson County Public Health offers Sports Physicals for any student athlete. Read on...
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    Septic System-Related Rebates Available

    Rebates available for your septic systems first monitoring inspection and/or access risers. $150 for your septic systems first monitoring inspection and $100 for installation of access risers on the septic tank and/or pump chamber. Read on...
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    Quilcene Beach Reopened

    Due to declining bacteria levels, Jefferson County Public Health has removed the health advisory at Quilcene Beach, 1731 Linger Longer Road, and removed the closed sign. Read on...
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    Fort Flagler and Kilisut Harbor Shellfish Beaches Re-Open

    Port Townsend – Butter clams from Fort Flagler and Kilisut Harbor are currently showing low levels for biotoxins that cause Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning. As a result, the Department of Health is re-opening those areas to all species of shellfish. Read on...
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    Quilcene Beach Closed Due to Bacteria

    High levels of fecal bacteria at Quilcene Beach, 1731 Linger Longer Road, have prompted Jefferson County Public Health to issue a health advisory and post a closed sign at the beach. Read on...
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