Monroe Health Department
"The Monroe Health Department is committed to providing exceptional professional service to our community to improve the quality of life through the promotion of health, prevention of disease and injury, and fostering a healthy environment."
We accomplish this through our work in Community Health, Environmental Health, and Emergency Preparedness activities.
Community Health Services
Community Health involves monitoring, investigating, and responding to reports of disease in our community. We provide outreach and education to the public, schools, businesses, and act as a resource for public health information.
Monroe Health Department Vaccine Clinic
Are you up to date? Vaccines protect you and your family. Whether it’s a baby starting at a new child care facility, a toddler heading to preschool, a student going back to elementary, middle or high school – or even a college freshman – parents should check their child’s vaccination records.
Click here for more information.
Uncontrolled blood pressure is a significant risk factor for stroke, heart attack, and heart and kidney failure.
Contact us at 203 452-2818 for additional information or to have you blood pressure checked by our public health nurse.
Free "Putting on AIRS" Program!
Increase your asthma awareness and reduce asthma triggers in your home. Contact us at 203 452-2818.
Environmental Health Services
Environmental Health Services focuses on promoting community health and well-being by fostering a safe and healthful environment through the enforcement of the Connecticut Public Health Code. We conduct inspections in facilities such as restaurants and hair salons, conduct soil testing and review plans for subsurface sewage disposal systems, and investigate complaints.
FDA 2017 Food Code
Food Operator Training List
Child Lead Poisoning Prevention
Don't Spread the Lead: A guide to lead-safe painting, repair, and home improvement for do-it-yourselfers
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created the Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule (RRP Rule) which requires companies performing renovation, repair, and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities and pre-schools built before 1978 to have their company certified by EPA (or an EPA authorized state).
An RRP- certified contractor is someone who completes an EPA-approved training program focused on teaching proper and safe work practices when working with lead-based paint. Click here for more information.
For more information, read EPA's guide that describes why you should hire a lead-safe renovator
Environmental Health Forms and Applications
Listing files in 'Environmental Health'
Stratford-Trumbull-Monroe Medical Reserve Corps
The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a group of medical and non-medical volunteers organized to respond to public health emergencies in the three-town region. The MRC is a specialized component of Citizen Corps, a national network of volunteers dedicated to ensuring homeland security.
The MRC is focused on preparing for and responding to local public health emergencies such as disease outbreaks and natural or man-made disasters. Volunteers assist in public vaccination clinics and shelters opened in response to tropical and winter storms.
Although “medical” is in our name, membership is NOT limited to medical personnel. Whatever skills you bring, chances are we could use them in our MRC!
For additional information and an application, click on this link.
After Hours Emergency:
Monroe Police Dispatch
Public Health News
Monroe Health Department Annual Reports
2016 Community Wellbeing Index and Health Improvement Plan
Fee Schedule (April 1, 2019)
Nancy Brault, MPH, RS
Director of Health
Richard Jackson, RS, CSS, Sanitarian
Heather Henning, RN, BC,
Public Health Nurse
Monroe Health Department
Town of Monroe
7 Fan Hill Road
Monroe, CT 06468
Phone: (203) 452-2818
Fax: (203) 452-2956
Email (General Mailbox)
Mon - Thur 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 1:30 pm