McHenry County Department of Health
Almost all dogs are susceptible to dog flu infection, and virus infection tends to spread among dogs housed in kennels and shelters, McHenry County Animal Control said in a news release Tuesday.
The McHenry County Department of Health is in the process of updating the county’s solid waste plan and is seeking public input on the draft changes.
The McHenry County Department of Health will host a single-day paint recycling event from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday in the parking lot of the McHenry County Government Administration Building, 667 Ware Road in Woodstock.
McHenry County is experiencing an “unusual increase” in RSV and influenza cases, a county health official said.
COVID-19 testing will no longer be available at the Curative COVID-19 testing site a vacant storefront near the former Kmart in McHenry after Thursday, the McHenry County Department of Health said.
The McHenry County Department of Health is sponsoring a free tire recycling event for pre-registered McHenry County residents later this month.
The McHenry County Department of Health Animal Control will host rabies vaccination clinics for cats and dogs this October.
McHenry County residents can learn more about the current health status of their community by attending the Healthier McHenry County presentation this month.
Firefighting gear and fire engines will be on display at the Crystal Lake Fire Rescue Department’s annual Fire Prevention Open House in October.
The spread of COVID-19 remains at “medium” in McHenry County, under thresholds set by the CDC, as the county’s case rate continues to steadily decline since the beginning of September, county health department data showed.
More than 500 survey responses were sent in following an illness outbreak tied to the D.C. Cobb’s restaurant in McHenry that potentially caused more than a dozen people to become ill over a two-week period, officials said Friday.
A survey seeking people who had eaten at the D.C. Cobb’s restaurant in McHenry closed; the McHenry County health department will now investigate common foods and illnesses experienced, an official said.
The McHenry County Department of Public Health asks anyone who ate at D.C. Cobb's in McHenry since late August complete a survey to pinpoint the cause of a gastrointestinal illness outbreak.
More staff hires means the McHenry County Department of Health can once again offer animals for adoption at its Crystal Lake offices.
McHenry County residents can bring their electronic recyclables, paper documents, clean Styrofoam, textiles, bulbs and batteries to one of the final two residential recycling events scheduled for 2022.