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Board of Health                                                                        

 

Members:

William E. Garvey, Jr., Chairman
Robert Poillucci

Terrence Flynn

Lawrence Perry, Health Agent  
lperry@lakevillema.org

Jo Ann Lima, Administrative Assistant
Fran Lawrence, Clerk
Kevin Bernardo, Health Inspector

 

Address: 346 Bedford Street
Lakeville, MA 02347

 
Phone:

508 946-3473

 

Fax: 508 946-3971
 
EMail: board.health@lakevillema.org
 
Hours:

7:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Thursday
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM Friday

Minutes:

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CLEAR POND BEACH TESTING RESULTS

EEE and West Nile Virus Information

Plymouth County Mosquito Control Information

NOTICE OF MOSQUITO SPRAYING

LINK FROM DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH REGARDING EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

PRESS RELEASE REGARDING SEMI-PUBLIC BEACHES IN LAKEVILLE

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health has recently issued amendments (effective June 6, 2014) to the State Bathing Beach regulations (105 CMR 445) with respect to acceptable water quality criteria and posting requirements. Anyone wishing to review the State regulations and recent amendments may go to http://www.mass.gov/dph/beaches.

Previously in 2010 the Lakeville BOH had issued a press release at that time regarding  revised beach permitting regulations (also State, that became effective in 2010) that required any semi-public bathing beach, as defined in 105 CMR 445, to apply to the local Health Department within the Town the beach is located in, to permit the beach.  The local Board of Health is required to permit the beach and review operations, which includes explicit signage requirements in addition to weekly testing requirements and associated weekly postings and/or closures dependent upon the results of the testing.

To date, none of the semi-public (Association owned or controlled) beaches in Lakeville are permitted, in compliance with State regulations, nor can they be considered safe for swimming, and should be posted as such, by those in control of said semi-public beaches. 

If you have any concerns regarding water quality and potential public health issues associated with a semi-public beach in Lakeville that you may utilize or have rights to, please have your association representative(s) contact the Lakeville Health Department at 508-946-3473 to ensure your beach is properly permitted under the State regulations, and tested accordingly, for the safety of all who may utilize said bathing beach. 

Any questions may be directed to the Department of Public Health and/or the Lakeville Health Department and/or you may email Lawrence Perry, Agent for Lakeville Board of Health, at lperry@lakevillema.org.

MOSQUITO SPRAYING - PLYMOUTH COUNTY

Plymouth County Mosquito Control has announced that Truck Mounted Spraying for Mosquitoes will be taking place sometime after May 31, 2013 and continue until September 3, 2013 unless mosquito-borne diseases occur.

Their office is open Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM. For spraying requests and to obtain further information please call: 781-585-5450.

The following number 617-582-6219 should not be used to request spraying. It is furnished on a 24-hour basis from May 1, 2013 to October 31, 2013 to allow residents access to schedules and locations of adulticiding a day in advance to applications.

For fact sheets, information regarding the EEE and WNV Viruses, and information on the pesticide to be used, please click here or visit the Department of Public Health’s website at http://www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/dph/programs/id/epidemiology/providers/public-health-cdc-arbovirus-info.html

Description of our Department

The Board of Health administers and co-ordinates public health programs and services, enforces State and Local Public Health Regulations and Sanitary Codes, including local regulations promulgated by the Lakeville Board of Health. 

Our diverse responsibilities include, but are not limited to, subsurface sewage disposal system permitting and  inspections, food establishment inspections and complaints, Chapter II housing insepctions and complaints, beach water quality testing at all public and semi public beaches.

The Board of Health coordinates the Visiting Nurses who conduct Health Clinics, Immunization Programs, Communicable Disease reporting and follow up, Blood Pressure Screenings and works  together with the Council on Aging providing services to  the citizens of Lakeville. 

The Board of Health also administers the Septic Loan Program where financial help is available for homeowners needing to repair a failed septic system. 

 Food Recalls Care of Your Septic System

EEE Information Page

 Warning on Pet Turtles Information on MRSA Percolation Test Application
Title V Inspection Application

Fee Schedule

Trash Haulers
Mass in Motion Health
Initiative

Trench Permit Application

Trench Permit Regulations
Septic & Well Regulations Cold & Flu Manual - DPH Swimming Pool Regulations
Manganese Warning Leptospirosis in Dogs and People Stable Regulations
Body Art Regulations    

 

 

 

 

 


346 Bedford Street Lakeville, MA  02347

 

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