Proposed Environmental Health Department Fee Increases
The Missoula City-County Health Department is asking the Missoula City-County Health Board to increase Environmental Health fees. Before deciding on what fees to propose, the Department weighed the overall cost of each program, how much of each program is supported by local tax dollars, the time and resources typically used in performing associated tasks and the last time a particular fee was raised. The Department’s goal is to keep fees fair and reasonable, while providing the resources needed to serve the public and protect food safety, water quality, the public’s health and our environment.
The Health Board will discuss the proposed fee increases at 12:15 p.m. or soon thereafter on December 20, 2018. There will be an opportunity for the public to comment before they make a decision. The Board meets in the second floor conference room at the Health Department at 301 West Alder in Missoula. For more information, please email email@example.com or call 258-4755.
2017 Community Health Assessment
Data alert: The 2017 Community Health Assessment is here!
We are happy to present the 2017 Community Health Assessment for Missoula County. Missoula City-County Health Department and many partner agencies met several times over the year to collect and discuss this data on health and well-being for county residents. There is a lot in here. We have plenty of hard data, but we also have lots of information from surveys and conversations with residents from all over the county. We hope you find this report interesting and useful. Past community health assessment reports have been used for grants, planning, reports, and to start discussions in many different kinds of groups, boards, and meetings.