Health Emergencies

Clear Creek County Public and Environmental Health (CCCPEH) is committed to providing quality emergency preparedness services. CCCPEH has several emergency response plans in place and regularly tests these plans in practice exercises and in real life situations. Emergency exercises include responses to bioterrorism attacks, pandemic outbreaks, natural disasters and real-life events such as H1N1 (Swine Flu) vaccination clinics, foodborne illness outbreaks (salmonella, listeria, e-coli) and communicable diseases such as measles, mumps, tuberculosis (TB) and meningitis.

Ebola Response: Ebola Response Press Release (PDF)