Report a Public Health Concern

If your concern is urgent, please call us:
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (360) 337-5235
After hours and holidays dial 911

For non-urgent concerns, you can also email us, using the form below. We will route your concern promptly to the appropriate manager.

If you are making a public records request, please do not use this form. Visit our Public Records Request page.

YOUR CONFIDENTIALITY


Your contact information helps us in case we need more information from you to properly investigate your concern. It also allows us to contact you with the results of our investigation. If the information you provide is incorrect or inadequate, we may not be able to respond to your concern. A more detailed explanation of confidentiality is provided at the bottom of this page.

YOU MUST SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING THREE OPTIONS TO FILE A REPORT:

I have provided my contact information and you may share it if requested.
I have provided my contact information and want my identity to be confidential.
I choose not to provide my contact information.

Name:
E-mail:
Phone:
Best time to contact:
Describe your concern in detail:
What is the street address or specific location of your concern?
What is the name of the property/business owner? Tell us if the property is a rental.
Please enter the security code that appears in red on the right. The security code is used to prevent automatic spamming.

Thank you for sharing your concern. We value your time, and we’ll do our best to address your concern.

 

DETAILS REGARDING REQUESTS FOR CONFIDENTIALITY

We want you to know that your identity and personally indentifying information are not automatically protected. For the purposes of a public records request, your identity and personally identifying information will be provided to anyone upon request unless these conditions are met:

  • You are reporting a potential Health District regulatory or enforcement violation; and
  • You specifically request confidentiality; and
  • Your confidentiality is protected under Washington State law (RCW 42.56).

Even if you request confidentiality and your identity is protected in a public records request, we may be required to disclose your identity in response to a subpoena, court order, or other compulsory legal process.


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