We are all aware that we should plan for what our family will do in the case of an emergency. This task seems overwhelming but you and your family can do it in small steps and it is worth the investment of your time.
Effective July 14, 2015, Monterey County Code Ordinance 5249 requires permitting for Rooster Keeping Operations where 5 or more roosters are kept on any single property within the unincorporated areas of Monterey County. Learn more
High housing costs force families to overspend, overcrowd, live in unsafe homes, or uproot themselves from the community.
The shortage of affordable housing takes the hardest toll on low-income and people of color - the groups that spend the highest portion of their income on housing. These groups in turn are most pressed with difficult financial decisions around where to live and how to budget their remaining income. Short and long-term consequences related to housing unaffordability contribute to health inequities in our communities. What does housing in Monterey County look like?
Etta and Abby would like to come home with you.
If you are looking for new furever friend to fill an empty spot in your life, Etta and Abby invite you to come down to the Monterey County Animal Shelter at 160 Hitchcock Road in Salinas to meet them and the other animals. Shelter hours Noon to 5:30 pm, Tuesday through Saturday. See the animals available for adoption now
“Working Together for Food Safety” In recognition of September being designated as National Food Safety Education Month, the Environmental Health Bureau of the Monterey County Health Department announces today it will again partner with the Food Safety Advisory Council (FSAC) of Monterey County and the California Environmental Health Association (CEHA) for... Read more →
Insulet Corporation has issued a lot-specific recall of 40,846 boxes (10 Pods per box) of the OmniPod (Pod) Insulin Management System. This action is due to the possibility that some of the Pods from these lots may have a higher rate of failure than Insulet’s current manufacturing standards. This recall does... Read more →
General Mills has issued a recall of a limited quantity of frozen Cascadian Farm Cut Green Beans produced over two days in March 2014. The recall is being issued as a precaution after one package of finished product tested positive for the presence of Listeria monocytogenes. No related illnesses have been... Read more →