Working Together For a Healthy Community

Mesa County Public Health works to improve the overall health of our community. Our team can help with immunizations, disease surveillance, family planning, community readiness and reporting, early childhood services, environmental health, and more.

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment

Is it safe to burn?

Our team tracks the weather conditions in the Grand Valley. We'll let you know on our Air Quality page if our air quality is healthy and if it's safe to burn.

COVID-19 Bivalent Booster

You are eligible if you completed your primary series of COVID-19 vaccine and you’re 6 months old and older.

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Flu Vaccine Available

Get protection from the flu virus. Anyone 6 months old and older is eligible for a flu vaccine. Call 970-248-6900 to schedule an appointment at our clinic.

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Updated COVID-19 Resources

We’ve made local COVID-19 information easier to find. Visit our new resources page with everything local you need for COVID-19.

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Mesa County Public Health’s Trail Crew Prepares for Busy Season

Media Contact: Sarah Gray 970-697-4611   THE BIG PICTURE OF LOCAL TRAILS The Trail Crew at Mesa County Public Health is passionate about outdoor recreation. They work to plan, create, and maintain trails across the county. Their focus is...

Respiratory Illness Activity Remains Low in Mesa County

Media Contact: Sarah Gray 970-697-4611   LOCAL SITUATION There are promising trends for COVID-19, flu, and RSV activity in Mesa County. Since the beginning of 2023, hospitalizations have remained low for COVID-19 and flu. Numbers are also...

Mesa County Public Health Celebrates Importance of Nutrition with Spotlight on WIC

Media Contact: Sarah Gray 970-697-4611   March is National Nutrition Month. The goal this month is to develop healthy eating habits that last a lifetime. Mesa County Public Health understands how the food choices we make contributes to...

Food Safety Alert: Raw Oysters, Canned Shrimp Under Recall for Possible Health Risks

Mesa County Public Health has been made aware of a recall involving raw oysters and canned shrimp that could have been sold in Mesa County.    WHAT CONSUMERS SHOULD DO If you have the recalled raw oysters, do not eat them. Throw them out right away.   The oysters...

Open Burn Season Ready to Begin in Mesa County

TIMEFRAME Mesa County Public Health will begin accepting residential burn permit applications on March 1. The spring burn season runs through April 30 for the City of Grand Junction, and through May 31 for the rest of the county. Mesa County Public Health issues...

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