108 E. Main Street
Salisbury, MD 21801
(410) 749-1244


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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
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Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8am - 5pm
Phone: 410-546-4446; FAX: 410-219-2882

After Hours Emergency Number: 410-543-6996


Our Mission

Through quality and timely customer service, it is the mission of Environmental Health to serve and educate the residents of Wicomico County in the essential functions of environmental public health, including drinking water, sewage disposal, food safety, recreational water safety, clean indoor air, and rabies.


Our Vision

  To be a leader in the environmental public health field, grow as a team beyond the standard, and excel in customer service to the residents of Wicomico County.

RABIES CLINIC


Cat and Dog

Sponsored by: Wicomico County Health Department
Cost $10.00 per animal
CASH ONLY - NO CHECKS ACCEPTED

September 20th, 2018

5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Delmar Elementary School
811 South 2nd Street, Delmar, MD

*Bring a previous rabies vaccination certificate.
*Pets must be brought by a responsible adult.
*Dogs must be secured on a leash. 
*Cats much be in a secure carrier.
*Dogs & cats vaccinated only.
*Maryland law requires all dogs and cats four months of age
or older to be adequately vaccinated against rabies. 

For more information call:
410-546-4446

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Healthy & Safe

Swimming Week

May 21-27, 2018


"Swim Healthy. Stay Healthy."

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Healthy and Safe Swimming Week focuses on simple steps swimmers, parents of young swimmers, pool operators, and beach managers can take to help ensure healthy and safe swimming experiences for everyone.

It highlights the role that swimmers, parents of young swimmers, aquatics and beach staff, residential pool owners, and public health officials play in preventing outbreaks of illnesses, drowning, and pool chemical injuries.

Healthy and Safe Swimming Week promotes swimmer hygiene and the need for swimmers to take an active role in helping to protect themselves and prevent the spread of germs. 


CDC's Safe Swim Webpage