Certificates for births that occurred in Utah since 1905 are on file at the Health Department.
Certificates for deaths that occurred in Utah since 2000 are on file at the Health Department. Death Certificates proir to 2000 can be made available through a search, a small fee is charged.
The Summit County Health Department works with healthcare providers, other local health departments, and the Utah Department of Health to minimize the impact of disease on the community’s health.
The Health Department Drinking Water Safety Program protects public health by helping to ensure Summit County has safe drinking water.
The Public Health Emergency Preparedness program is responsible for the planning and program development for the Summit County Health Department to protect the public health of Summit County’s residents and visitors from the effects of manmade and naturally-occurring events.
It is a habit we all have – leaving our cars running while they are sitting still, or idling. Although it may be for just a few minutes a day that we leave the engine on, the pollutants and health problems add up. This is why Summit County has passed the Idle Free Resolution for Motorized Vehicles and has declared this to be an idle-free county.
The Health Department monitors PM2.5 particulates through this program.
The Solid Waste Program regulates the disposal of solid wastes such as municipal garbage, tires, yard waste, construction and demolition debris, contaminated soil, and sludge. The Hazardous Waste Program is responsible for enforcing the county’s hazardous waste rules and regulations.
If you change your own motor oil, you can recycle it at eight collection centers throughout Summit County at no cost to you.
Information on what you can do to protect yourself from West Nile virus and ways to keep mosquitoes from hatching in your property.