May 13, 2016
Baby Boomer? Get Tested for Hepatitis C

While anyone can get Hepatitis C, more than 75% of adults infected are baby boomers [Read More]

May 12, 2016
Prevent Asthma Attacks at Home

May is Asthma Awareness Month [Read More]

May 11, 2016
Summer Opportunities for Students with Rockland Conservation and Service Corps

Students age 17 and older can earn $2,100 and get valuable environmental experience [Read More]

May 6, 2016
Health Department Announces Annual Mosquito Control Treatment of Catch Basins and Storm Drains

The Health Department will begin treating catch basins and storm drains next week to prevent mosquitoes from breeding in the standing water inside of these structures [Read More]

May 2, 2016
Rockland Takes on Slumlords, Wins

A year after the start of the Rockland Codes Initiative, the results show that it has been a success targeting substandard rental housing. [Read More]

May 2, 2016
Know the Facts About Sexually Transmitted Infections

Take steps to prevent sexually transmitted infections, get tested, and be treated [Read More]

April 28, 2016
Extra Buses over Tappan Zee Bridge During Saturday Construction

Additional buses will be added to the Tappan Zee Express route on Saturday due to the expected traffic congestion caused by planned lane closures on the bridge, Rockland County Executive Ed Day announced. [Read More]

April 26, 2016
Rockland Youth Bureau Awards

The Rockland County Youth Bureauwill present the 2016 Service Awards to at the 36th Annual Youth Forum and Awards Dinner on Thursday, May 19th [Read More]

April 22, 2016
Environmental Advocate Award

Martus Granirer is the recipient of the 2015 County Executive's Outstanding Environmental Volunteer Award [Read More]

April 21, 2016
Prescription Drug Take-back Day at 3 Locations on April 30

Rockland residents will have an opportunity April 30 to empty their medicine cabinets of unused prescription drugs before they fall into the wrong hands. [Read More]

April 19, 2016
Tools for Stress Reduction

April is Stress Awareness Month [Read More]

April 18, 2016
Get Children Vaccinated! Protect Their Health

Keep children up-to-date on all their vaccinations [Read More]

April 12, 2016
Health Department Offers Free Rabies Shots for Cats, Dogs and Ferrets on Sunday, April 24, 2016

Animal rabies continues to be a serious public health problem in Rockland County. Make sure your animals are immunized against rabies and that the vaccinations are kept up to date [Read More]

April 11, 2016
Guided Walk: Fitness Time on the Hook!

Join experienced Rockland County Trail Guides for a free fitness walk on Sunday, April 17 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Hook Mountain State Park. [Read More]

April 11, 2016
Health Department Offers Free Mosquito Control Products

To help County residents reduce the number of mosquitoes on their property [Read More]

April 8, 2016
Public Health Week: Focus on Access to Health Insurance

Think you missed your chance to enroll in a low-cost health plan through NY State of Health? Maybe not. [Read More]

April 7, 2016
Public Health Week: Focus on Access to Healthy Food

As part of National Public Health Week, Rockland County Executive Ed Day and County Health Commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert are informing the community about improvements that will help everyone access healthier food in Rockland County [Read More]

April 6, 2016
Important Information About Your Drinking Water

The language in their notice was largely prepared by the New York State Department Health to inform everyone about the levels found in the water, why it is important to monitor for them, and what is being done to respond. [Read More]

April 5, 2016
Public Health Week: Focus on Safe Streets for All Users

Complete streets are planned, designed, operated, and maintained for safe, convenient, and comfortable travel and access for users of all ages and abilities [Read More]

April 5, 2016
Rockland Count Y Slated for $250k Fundin G for Water Conservation Efforts in 2016 State Budget

Rockland’s impressive water conservation efforts will get a big boost in the 2016 New York State Budget, which awards the county $250,000 to continue its work. [Read More]