PLEASE NOTE: The Department of Public Health will return to its 1650 Boones Lick Road office following a move during the period of Dec. 17-22. Public services will close during that period but will reopen for appointments on Dec. 23, 2020.
Please be aware that building restrictions are in place. Upon entrance to any County building, employees and the public are encouraged to wear cloth facial protection, and everyone is required to have a health screening, including temperature check, before entering. Those with a fever or who have other COVID-19 symptoms will not be permitted to enter the building.
This website will be updated daily, when necessary, to reflect any changes in facility or department services. The public is encouraged to continue accessing County Government services by phone, email and online when available. Thank you.
We hope that you will remain healthy and safe, and we thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Healthy behaviors, access to medical care and the environmental surroundings have a direct influence on a population's health. As a community, St. Charles County places an emphasis on being healthy. Residents, businesses and community leaders make health a priority and seek opportunities to overcome health dangers. Independent surveys and community-wide statistical data routinely recognize the wellness within St. Charles County's population — citing health factors, economic strength, educational attainment and an extensive support network.
Monitoring health threats, reducing chronic diseases and investigating incidences of communicable diseases have an impact on our well-being. By doing this tracking, our regional health network can better identify those at increased health risk, assess the causes of health inequities and recommend proactive measures to decrease the burden of disease or injury.
There are two main areas of concern within this discipline: