*Public Health

The Mission of Okanogan County Public Health is to promote health,
prevent conditions of disease and/or disability, and to protect the health of the residents of Okanogan County.

Office hours are Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm


Meeting info & Access
Board Members & Administrative Team
Meeting Agenda & Minutes Reference
Contact Information
Open "Consumer of Public Health" Board of Health position!


COVID-19 Info & Data
Adult Immunizations & International Travel
Infectious & Communicable Disease
Notifiable Conditions
Maternal & Child Health
Harm Reduction (Syringe Exchange)
Community Resources & Access
PH Nurse position available!


Environmental Health FORMS
Drinking Water
Safe Food (includes Food Worker Permit info)
Living Environment
Liquid Waste (On-site Septic)
Solid Waste
Environmental Hazards
Report a Public Health concern!

Birth & Death Certificates
Starting January 1, 2021 updated requirements include new order form(s), fees, and additional documentation to obtain a certificate. Please visit the Birth & Death certificate (Vital Records) webpage for more information.

Prescription Drug Disposal Sites Available
Did you know that Okanogan County has these three permanent prescription medication disposal sites available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week?
Since Okanogan County's first Prescription Drug Take Back Day in September 2010, hundreds of pounds of unused prescription drugs have been disposed of safely. There has been a nearly 70% decrease in 10th grade students reporting using prescription drugs to get high. Visit Up and Away and Out of Sight or Lock Your Meds or search the internet for more resources and continue doing your part to keep kids safe by disposing of medicine safely and properly. 

Important Information links

OCPH, PO Box 231, 1234 S. 2nd Ave, Okanogan, WA  98840  (509) 422-7140