Information on what a boil order means and what you need to do to ensure a safe water supply.
To prevent and control the spread of infectious disease.
The Woodford County Health Department is continually working with community partners to develop plans for an appropriate and effective response to any disaster or bioterrorism threat that may occur. The primary role of the local health department in a disaster or bioterrorism threat is to protect citizens before, during, and after a public health emergency.
The purpose of the Food Sanitation program is to promote food safety and to protect citizens from foodborne illness.
Find resources to help avoid, and quit using, tobacco products.
Find out information about required and recommended vaccines for children and adults.
Lab Draw Program
Low-Cost Lab Services are provided at the Health Department. Orders from your Doctor are required.
What is lead poisoning, how to test for it, how to find out if lead is in your home.
Pests & Nuisances
Learn more about common pests.
Radon Test Kit Information
Woodford County Health Department encourages residents to check the radon levels of their homes during the winter season. The best time to check for radon is during cool weather when windows and doors of homes are kept closed.
Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing
What is a sexually transmitted infection, how to get tested, and available treatment options.
Tanning & Body Art Program
Based on a contract with the Illinois Department of Public Health, annual inspections are performed on licensed tanning facilities to ensure compliance with Illinois tanning facilities program legal base.
Tuberculosis (TB) Program
The Woodford County Health Department has 1 Registered Nurse dedicated to the prevention and control of tuberculosis.
Water Testing Information
Woodford County Health Department provides water sample test kits to the general public.
Well & Septic Information
The goals of our Well/Septic Program are to ensure safe, potable (drinkable) water by protecting our water sources from contamination, and prevent disease and nuisances by eliminating improperly treated sewage.
Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
Get information regarding the Health Department's efforts at keeping children and mothers healthy.
West Nile Virus
Get information about the West Nile Virus.