Kitsap County Health Department is also known as The Kitsap County Health District. This Health Department was inaugurated in 1943 as a full-time public health agency.
For the past sixty years, we have strived to protect and promote the health of Kitsap County residents by preventing and controlling disease, injury, disability, and premature death. A ten-member Board of Health, composed of county and city elected officials, supervises the policy and budget of the Health District.
The Kitsap County Health District is composed of three major divisions working to ensure a safer and healthier community and they are as follows: Community Health Division, Environmental Health Division, and Administrative Services Division. Programs such as immunizations, communicable disease prevention, and chronic disease and injury prevention help individuals and communities stay healthy. Information from infant mortality to healthy aging, information on community health trends, and statewide health and safety information provide individuals and communities a guidance to make good decisions. Services such as drinking water and recreational water quality monitoring, septic system inspections, restaurant inspections, hazardous waste control, disease prevention and planned community crisis response ensure individual and community health and safety.
The Kitsap County Health District
345 6th Street, Ste. 300
Brementon, WA. 98337
Phone 1: (360) 337-5235
Phone 2: Tobacco Quit Line: (877) 270-STOP
Phone 2: Suicide Help Line: (800) 843-4793