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Health District Now Accepting Online Permits and Applications

Expanded services with new, customer-friendly options

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash. – Business for the 150-200 customers that typically visit the Snohomish Health District each day will hopefully become easier with the added online services rolling out February 1. Following the successful launch of online reporting and invoice payments, the Health District is now ready to begin accepting online permit and plan review applications.

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Friday, February 2, 2018/Author: Lynn Ljungquist/Number of views (173)/Comments (0)/
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New Tools for Finding Smoke-Free Apartments in Snohomish County

Health District releases city maps, rankings of multi-family complexes

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash – Indoor air quality can have significant impacts on your health, especially when exposed to harmful chemicals, harmful cleaning products and smoke. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), secondhand smoke caused 34,000 heart disease deaths and 7,300 lung disease deaths among non-smokers between 2005 and 2009. Non-smokers are most commonly exposed to secondhand smoke in the workplace and in the home.

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Thursday, January 18, 2018/Author: Lynn Ljungquist/Number of views (260)/Comments (0)/
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Board of Health Meeting, Jan. 9

Newly appointed members to be sworn in

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash. – At its regularly scheduled business meeting, the Board of Health will welcome at least three newly appointed board members. Those anticipated to be sworn in include Bothell councilmember Liam Olsen, Everett councilmember Scott Bader, and Marysville councilmember Jeffrey Vaughan.

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Friday, January 5, 2018/Author: Lynn Ljungquist/Number of views (208)/Comments (0)/
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First Lab-Confirmed Flu Deaths Reported in Snohomish County

Health officials remind public that it’s not too late for flu shots

Flu season typically peaks between January and March, but 2017 wrapped up with five influenza-related deaths being reported in Snohomish County. A man in his late-80s from Bothell that passed away in early December was the first lab-confirmed death for the 2017-2018 flu season. There were four additional deaths December 21-28.

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Tuesday, January 2, 2018/Author: Lynn Ljungquist/Number of views (192)/Comments (0)/
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