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Is the Beach Open for Swimming at Lighthouse Point Park?

The swimming water quality at Lighthouse Point Park, the only public beach within the City of New Haven, is monitored throughout the summer season (Memorial Day – Labor Day). 

Funding is Available to Protect Your Family from Lead and Other Hazards

When children or adults are exposed to lead, it can cause permanent and severe health problems. We work with families, homeowners, landlords and contractors to help make your home safe from lead. Funding is available for our Lead Poisoning Prevention program.

Our Healthy Homes program can also provide funding to help remove other hazards, like tripping hazards, mold, and more from your home.

Updated CDC Guidelines for COVID-19 Isolation

On March 1, 2024, the CDC updated its guidelines for all respiratory illnesses (COVID-19, flu, RSV, and others). Learn how to protect yourself and others.

We've Moved!

The New Haven Health Department is excited to let you know that we’ve officially moved to our new office space at 424 Chapel St!

Our new facility will offer the same services you receive and rely on every day. It is also accessible by the 204 and 206 bus lines and has added visitor parking spaces.

If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected] or call 203-946-6999.

We Offer Affordable Healthcare Services at the NHV Health and Wellness Center

The Health and Wellness Center at 424 Chapel St provides routine childhood immunizations, school physicals, tuberculosis testing, STI testing and treatment, updated COVID-19 vaccines, and flu shots.

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