Public Health

Mission Statement

Park County Public Health, in partnership with the community we serve, protects the health and safety of the residents of Park County.

Public Health Building

Visit the Park County COVID-19 Response webpage for updates and resources. Effective April 9, 2021, Park County is in Level Green on the state's COVID-19 Dial.



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  1. About the Public Health Agency
  2. Staff

Public health has been caring for the health of communities for more than 100 years. In fact, it’s been credited with adding 25 years to the life expectancy of people living in the United States. Public Health accomplished this feat by starting programs on:

  • Control of infectious diseases like tuberculosis, typhoid, and cholera
  • Motor-vehicle safety
  • Safer work places
  • Vaccinations

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Free and confidential resource navigation service available Mon-Fri 8am-6pm to help community members connect with local services and programs that support their wellbeing.

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Please see the Communicable Disease page for current information regarding hantavirus.

Contact Us

  1. Public Health


    Fairplay Office

    825 Clark Street
    P.O. Box 846
    Fairplay, CO 80440

    Ph: 719-836-4161
    Fx: 719-836-3433

    Bailey Office

    59865 Hwy. 285
    P.O.Box 1194
    Bailey, CO 80421

    Ph: 303-816-5970
    Fx: 303-816-5971


    Monday - Thursday
    7 am - 6 pm
  1. Park County Board of Health Issues Guidance on COVID19 for Residents and Visitors

    Park County Board of Health issues guidance for county residents and visitors to continue to take preventative measures that slow the spread of COVID19. Read on...
  2. Vaccine Appointments Available for Friday

    Park County Public Health and Summit Community Care Clinic to host a COVID19 vaccine clinic this Friday in Fairplay. Appointments available now, for anyone 18 and older. Read on...
  3. COVID19 Response Returns to Local Governments

    Today the state’s COVID19 Dial and related restrictions become guidance and the management of the pandemic response returns to local counties and municipalities. The change is effective immediately, Friday, April 16. Read on...
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