Mosquito Control Activities
ZMCHD provides mosquito control activities to reduce the spread of mosquito-borne diseases. Learn more
New Sewage Rules
In Muskingum County, only homeowners (with aeration systems) who have been notified by ZMCHD are affected at this time. The Ohio Department of Health has adopted new sewage treatment system rules (Ohio Administrative Code: Chapter 3701-29). These new rules require every sewage treatment system have an Operation Permit to encourage proper maintenance and extend the life of the system. Operational Permits Frequently Asked Questions Aerobic Sewage Treatment Systems ZMCHD Sewage Treatment System Webpage
2016 Muskingum County Community Health Assessment
ZMCHD & HMCN (Healthier Muskingum County Network) want to know what you think about education, health, safety and community development in Muskingum County! To complete this survey, click on 2016 Community Health Assessment.
Muskingum County Youth Photovoice Project
We are looking for youth to participate in a Photovoice Project. Requirements: youth must be ages 13 to 18 and live in Muskingum County. Learn More
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
Make a declaration of independence. Dont drink and drive this July 4th. Learn More
Summer Food Safety
Foodborne illness increases in summer. Stay healthy and safe during warmer months by following these food safety recommendations. Learn More
June 30 Community Health Assessment Workgroup
Attention community members, business owners, and the public! The Healthier Muskingum Country Network would like to work with you on the upcoming 2015-2016 Muskingum County Community Health Assessment! Let us come together TBA, 9am at ZMCHD to support healthier residents, in a safer community, and within a stronger network of resources. More
July 4 Closed Independence Day
July 6 Evening Breastfeeding Cafe
Daytime working moms, we are here for you, too! Come join other breastfeeding moms, current, past and future, from 5:30-7:00pm at ZMCHD, 205 N. 7th Street. The group is a great place to ask your breastfeeding and parenting questions, get your baby weighed, talk with our Breastfeeding Peer Helper and IBCLC, and make new friends! For more information: 454-5040 or Find us on Facebook: Muskingum County Breastfeeding Moms.
July 16 Parenting Through Play Group
Join us for Jello building blocks, marshmallow towers, pudding painting, and more at the next Parenting Through Play group Saturday, July 16, from 1-3pm at 333 Putnam Avenue. This event is FREE, but you must RSVP! It is open to parents with children under age 3 living in Muskingum County. To RSVP: Call 740-450-3275 X 225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Event Flyer
July 20 Morning Breastfeeding Cafe
The Muskingum County Breastfeeding Moms Group meets from 10:00am-12:00pm at Muskingum County WIC, 333 Putnam Avenue. It is a chance for local moms to talk about breastfeeding and other parenting topics. It is also a safe and fun place for babies and toddlers to play. New, expectant & experienced Moms welcome! For more information: 454-5040 or Find us on Facebook: Muskingum County Breastfeeding Moms.
July 21 Board of Health Meeting
The Zanesville-Muskingum County Board of Health meets at 6pm on Thursday, July 21, 2016. Regular meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Health Department on 205 N. 7th Street in Zanesville. For information: 454-9741 X 282. May Board Meeting Minutes
July 28 Project DAWN Training
Muskingum Behavioral Health will provide free training on how to recognize an overdose, how to respond to an overdose, and how to administer naloxone intranasally to reverse an opioid overdose. Immediately following this training, ZMCHD will distribute kits containing the life-saving medication naloxone free of charge and confidentially while supplies last. The kit contains naloxone and a quick reference guide for rapid review of procedures. Those interested in the naloxone training can call ZMCHD at 740-454-9741 (dial 2 for Nursing) to make a confidential appointment. Kits will be distributed to those who complete the training.
Aug 6 Breastfeeding Awareness Month Party-in-the-Park
We are celebrating Breastfeeding Awareness Month, from 10am-Noon at Dillon Dam Pavilion and Playground! Any current or past breastfeeding moms and children, support people, siblings, pregnant moms interested in breastfeeding, breastfeeding advocates are welcome to attend. Light refreshments and door prizes will be provided. For information or to RSVP: 740-454-5040 or Find us on Facebook: Muskingum County Breastfeeding Moms.
Prescription Drug Drop off Box
Unused or expired medications may be turned in for safe disposal at the Muskingum County Jail Lobby (28 N. 4th Street, Zanesville). The lobby is open 24 hours 7 days a week. Just walk up, press the buzzer, enter the lobby, and drop off medications into the permanent vault. Authorized Collector Flyer
Current Job Openings
To view ZMCHD employment opportunities and apply for a position, please click here.
Read Our Blog: Public Health Goes Public
The Zanesville-Muskingum County Health Department has started a new blog that will detail all services offered at ZMCHD. This blog can be found at www.zmchd.blogspot.com and will feature posts about ZMCHD services and current health news. More
To report a smoking complaint, call 1-866-559-OHIO (6446) or e-mail NoSmoke@odh.ohio.gov. All complaints must be made to the Ohio Department of Health, who then forwards complaints on to our department. Our sanitarians investigate each complaint.
Free Eye Exam & Glasses if You Qualify
Do you need help paying for an eye exam and/or glasses? We may be able to help, if you do not have Medicaid or other vision insurance. Program Flyers
Muskingum County Citizen Alert
Be alerted about emergencies and other important community alerts by signing up for this Notification System sponsored by the Muskingum County Emergency Management Agency. Register for this free service: Muskingum County Citizen Alert
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