Health

The Trumbull Health Department strives to promote health and well-being, prevent disease, and ensure a clean and safe environment for the communities we serve. Our office is now fully open to the public. 

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:30-4:00PM 

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:

  • Applications
  • Fees
  • Health alerts
  • Local regulations
  • Programs and services
  • More

Resources

Walk in Covid-19 Testing Sites

At this time, the THD is not providing the COVID-19 booster.

We will resume regular clinic hours in the fall.  Please revisit our website for further updates.

Covid-19 Vaccines Sites

  • Madison Pharmacy - (203) 502-8231  4180 Madison Avenue Trumbull, CT 06611

MODERNA & PFIZER (walk-in available / no appointment required) 

  • Medical Arts Pharmacy of Trumbull CT - (203) 590-3737 15 Corporate Drive Trumbull, CT 06611

PFIZER only at this time (walk-in available / no appointment required)

  •  Griffin Health Shelton: Vaccination center at 10 Progress Drive, Shelton: Adult Vaccination 10 AM to 4 PM on weekdays, Saturdays 7 AM to Noon.  Pediatric Vaccination: Infant, pediatric, and youth must be accompanied by a parent or guardian: 9 AM to 12 PM on Saturdays
  • Naugatuck: The Griffin Health Vaccination Center in Naugatuck is temporarily closed. The Center will open periodically to meet community health needs.

 COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters: What You Need to Know

  • COVID-19 vaccine boosters can further enhance or restore protection that might have decreased over time after your primary series vaccination.
  • People are protected best from severe COVID-19 illness when they stay up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines, which includes getting all recommended boosters when eligible.
  • There are different COVID-19 vaccine recommendations for people who are moderately or severely immunocompromised.

 Recommendation:

  • 1 Booster: 
    • Everyone ages 5 years and older should get 1 booster after completing their COVID-19 vaccine primary series
  • 2 Boosters: 
    • Adults ages 50 years and older
    • People ages 12 years and older who are moderately or severely immunocompromised

For more information on vaccinations and boosters, visit ct.gov/covidvaccine. For availability of local boosters, text your ZIPCode (06611) to 438829 (GETVAX).

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License Renewal Schedule

  • Beauty Establishments: January 1st-Dec 31st
  • Tobacco Retailers: January 1st-Dec 31st
  • Food Establishments: April 1st- March 31st
  • Pools- Seasonal: May 1st – September 30th
  • Pools-Indoor: May 1st-April 30

Tick Information

If you have removed a tick and want to have it tested, please visit our office.  

Please fill out the attached form prior to your visit.  A $5.00 service charge is required and results will be emailed to you in approximately two weeks. 

During non-office hours, please fill out the forms provided by our drop-box and follow the directions located outside our office. 

Video About Public Health

The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) created a short film about the vital and heroic role of public health.

Responsibilities & Services

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 by CGS 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.