Trumbull Health Department
The Trumbull Health Department (THD) serves as the official local public health entity for the Trumbull, Connecticut community. THD is committed to improving the quality of life for all it serves through the promotion of health, prevention of disease, and by assuring a safe and clean environment for our residents. Explore our site to find the most up-to-date information regarding health alerts, programs and services, local regulations, fees, applications and more.
The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) created a short film about the vital and heroic role of public health.
The THD's overall role is to protect and promote the public's health through people, prevention and partnerships. As a local health agency, our responsibilities include the enforcement of the Connecticut Public Health Code and mandated services as prescribed byCGS Section 368e (municipal).
- Local health agency ordinances and regulations may be more stringent than the State’s mandates, however they cannot be less stringent or in conflict with state regulations and statutes.
- Town charters and local board of health by-laws may include for provisions of services that exceed the basic public health program.
- Local health agencies have the legal authority to levy fines and penalties for public health code violations, and to grant and rescind license permits (such as for food services establishments or septic systems) and to establish fees for their services.
Trumbull Health Board: Members,
Meeting Agendas, Minutes and Documents
Eastern Equine Encephalitis
THD Encourages Residents to Take Precautions against Mosquitoes EEE Identified in Some Connecticut Towns ... Read more.
Tick Removal from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention
Fact Sheet from the Connecticut Department of Public Health
Tick Encounter Resource Center Tick Identification Chart
"Ticks: It's More Than Just Lyme Disease” Video
Having a Tick Tested for Lyme Disease: The Health Department accepts ticks at our office, which we send for testing to the State of Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. They will test the tick to see if it carries the spirochetes that cause Lyme Disease, Anaplasmosis, and Babesiosis. Please note: The CT Agricultural Experiment Station only tests engorged deer ticks.
Ticks should be brought in alive (if possible) in a zip lock bag or sealed containers (not in Vaseline, oil or other substances) to the Health Department Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. There is a $3.00 fee.
Trumbull Treks - Trumbull Trail Route Maps
Walking, hiking and biking are great, low-cost ways to get active! In an effort to encourage residents, employees, and visitors to be more physically active, the Trumbull Health Department created a set of route maps, Trumbull Treks, for the Trumbull community. With help from the Trumbull Parks and Recreation and Engineering Departments, the Health Department mapped out trails in our beautiful parks. Find a route you would like to explore and get moving today! Stay tuned for additional route maps in the coming months!
Listing files in 'TRUMBULL TREKS Maps'
Trumbull Residential Route Maps Trumbull’s residential walking routes are located near municipal buildings and in residential areas, making it easy to walk from home or work, and most routes have accessible parking areas for those who wish to park their car near a walking route. All maps feature a detailed route map and turn-by-turn directions, and can easily be printed out or accessed on a mobile device on-the-go. Find a route you would like to explore and start walking today.
Listing files in 'Trumbull Residential Route Maps '
Suggested Walking and Physical Activity Resources
The Trumbull Health Department is offering FREE Hepatitis C screening to residents. The test is confidential and results are available in 20 minutes. People most at risk are those born between 1945 and 1965 (baby boomers); people who have had tattoos, body art or piercings; recipients of blood transfusions, blood products or organ transplants; people who used needles or straws used for recreational drugs; Vietnam veterans, health care workers, dialysis patients, babies of Hepatitis C infected mothers, and people co-infected with HIV. Residents are encouraged to call the Health Department at 203-452-1030 to schedule an appointment with the Public Health Nurse.
IMPORTANT: CHANGES TO FOOD LICENSING AND INSPECTIONS
Because the regulations to implement the FDA Food Code are still in the regulation review process, it is not possible that they will be approved by January 1, 2019. Therefore, on January 1, 2019, the current food regulations: 19-13-B42; 19-13-B40; 19-13-B48; and 19-13-B49 will still be in effect and enforceable by local certified food inspectors. The FDA Food Code will not automatically become effective on January 1, 2019. It is not possible to predict the date the draft regulations to implement the FDA Food Code will become approved due to the various steps and required approvals that are part of the regulatory review process.
CT FOOD CODE CHANGES: OUT WITH THE OLD, IN WITH THE NEW – March 2019
FDA FOOD CODE UPDATE – DECEMBER 2018
CT Changing Food Code – What does it mean to me?
Connecticut Public Health Code Update: Adopting the FDA Model Food Code and What it Means to Food Establishments
Food Code 2017
Trumbull Health Department
335 White Plains Road
Trumbull, CT 06611
Mondays – Fridays:
8:00am – 4:30pm
Closed for Legal Holidays
Phone: (203) 452-1030
Fax: (203) 452-1050
After Hours Public Health Emergencies
Lucienne Bango, MPH, REHS, RS
Samantha Cousins, RN
8:30-9:30 am & 3:30-4:30 pm