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    Reopening of recreational shellfish harvesting at Fort Flagler, Mystery Bay and Kilisut Harbor

    Port Townsend – Recent shellfish samples from Mystery Bay and Fort Flagler have been low for biotoxins. Read on...
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    Quilcene School-Based Health Center Proposal to Be Discussed at August 13th Public Meeting

    Quilcene School District, Jefferson County Public Health, and Jefferson Healthcare invite parents, students, teachers, and interested community members to be part of the conversation about a proposed school-based health center in Quilcene. Read on...
  3. Jefferson County Accessible Community Advisory Committee Seeks Projects

    The Jefferson County Accessible Community Advisory Committee (ACAC) is looking for additional projects for the next grant cycle. Read on...
  4. Shellfish harvesting closed in Discovery Bay due to biotoxins; Partial reopening in other areas

    Port Townsend – – Shellfish samples from Discovery Bay have been found to contain elevated levels of marine biotoxins that cause Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning. Read on...
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    Jefferson County's CHIP Program receives $200,000 federal grant

    Jefferson County's Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) has been awarded a $200,000 federal grant to work for one year with a Consortium of community stakeholders to focus on Opioid and Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery. Read on...
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    Duckabush Estuary Commercial Shellfish Beds to Remain Closed for Summer

    Port Townsend – County Environmental Public Health Division continues to track down bacteria sources. Learn more...
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