Two different faith-based groups in Garfield County have experienced outbreaks of COVID-19 among worshippers, and Garfield County Public Health is urging vigilance to anyone gathering in groups to abide by social distancing guidelines and to wear masks.
A partnership between the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office, Garfield County and other local agencies is launching a new online mental health resource that provides useful, vetted information and resources, and connects citizens with local mental health professionals. CredibleMindPRO features support for citizens, first responders and law enforcement through a variety of resources, tools, assessments and evidence-based information.
Regulation of on-site wastewater treatment systems (OWTS) has transferred from Garfield County Community Development to the county’s public health department. During the transition, applicants may experience slight processing delays.
Forty percent of homes in Garfield County have tested above the EPA radon action limit. Pick up your free radon test kit at Garfield County Public Health.