Public Health

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The Mono County Health Department provides public and environmental health services that support the health and safety of Mono County residents and visitors.

Please click on one of our programs to the left for more information, and some highlights are listed below.


NEW! Check out the updated Mono County Community Resource Guide!       

           (See Supporting Documents at the bottom of this page)


If you are interested in receiving important health information via email such as MonoGrams, flu clinic schedules and community events, please sign up for Public Health Updates on the left side of this page.

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Thank you for your participation in the Community Health Needs Assessment.  The survey is now closed.  Once the survey results are analyzed and the report completed, we will post the final assessment on this page.  Stay tuned!

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Under California law, it is legal for adults 21 or older to possess, consume and cultivate cannabis.  You can also use cannabis if you are 18 or older and have a current qualifying physician’s recommendation or a valid county-issued Medical Marijuana Identification Card (MMIC).  Please call the Mono County Health Department for more information about the MMIC at 760.924.1830.

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This registry website allows residents with access and functional needs an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies so those agencies can better serve them in a disaster or other emergencies.

The information collected here will not be available to the public.  It will only be shared with emergency response agencies to improve their ability to serve.

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Be Hantavirus Aware on the Eastside

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The Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District, Mono County Public Health Department, Inyo County Health and Human Services Department and Alpine County Public Health Department have developed  recommendations to encourage the public to keep track of current air quality conditions and take steps to protect yourself and your family from wildfire smoke.