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Water Quality & Shellfish

 


Jefferson County has abundant natural resources, including over 9,000 miles of streams; more than 800 lakes; 230 miles of shoreline; over 18,000 acres of approved commercial shellfish beds, and 40 open recreational shellfish beaches. Jefferson County Public Health’s Water Quality Division was established in 2007 to enhance and protect the water resources of our county. Our mission is to protect public health by monitoring and responding to threats to water quality and protecting human health and wildlife habitat using available local, state, and federal funding effectively and efficiently.

  


The links in this section will give you more information on the work we do on behalf of county residents and on how you can work with us to prevent water pollution.
 

Clean Water Advisories

How We Work

Shellfish, Beaches & Surface Waters

Clean Water Projects

Water News & Events

 


Report a Water Quality Concern

See anything unusual in the water? Contact us at 360.385.9444 Monday through Thursday, or email us and describe your Water Quality concern.

 

View the Latest News and Public Advisories

Clean Water Advisories
East Jefferson County Water Quality Newsletter


Water Quality Division Contact

Michael Dawson, Manager
Telephone:  (360)344-9301
       email:  mdawson@co.jefferson.wa.us
 

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615 Sheridan Street - Port Townsend, WA 98368
Community Health: 360.385.9400 | Environmental Health: 360.385.9444
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