Health

As the number of COVID-19 cases continue to increase and the situation continues to evolve, the Trumbull Health Department wants to ensure you that we are working diligently to monitor the situation.  Although the office remains closed to the public, the health department staff is working extended hours to continue to provide essential services.  Staff participates in weekly conference calls with local, state and federal agencies to keep abreast of the most current information. 

We want to assure you that we are doing everything within our means to keep you informed during this public health emergency.  The Trumbull Health Department will continue to be available to answer any questions you may have.  Please feel free to contact us at 203-452-1030 or by email at healthdept@trumbull-ct.gov.  In addition, updates including Trumbull case numbers of COVID-19 can be found on the Town website.

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

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  • Local regulations
  • Programs and services
  • More

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.