The East Shore District Health Department (ESDHD) and the Department of Environmental Health Sciences of Yale School of Public Health are collaborating to host an “Coastal Clean Up Day” in conjunction with the “International Coastal Clean Up Day” hosted by the Ocean Conservancy Organization on September 17th, 2016.
If you live in Branford, East Haven, or North Branford, the East Shore District Health Department (ESDHD) is your local health department. ESDHD provides essential public health services such as Building Approvals, Septic System Permits, and Food Service Permits to a population of over 70,000 residents. We are committed to improving the health and well being of our residents through public health programs that promote wellness, prevent and control disease, and provide education about healthy lifestyles.
ESDHD urges our residents to observe any beach closure, advisory, or safety hazards signs. In areas that are not monitored regularly, choose swimming sites in less developed areas with good water circulation, such as beaches at the ocean. Avoid swimming after a heavy rainfall and also at beaches where you can see discharge pipes.
August 23, 2016
Date collected (August 22, 2016):
East Haven (East): OPEN
East Haven (West): OPEN
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