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Salt Lake County Health Department promotes and protects community and environmental health.
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Salt Lake Health 21h
: Right now, air quality is GOOD. Wood burning is ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Dec 9
: Right now, air quality is GOOD. Wood burning is ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Dec 8
: Right now, air quality is MODERATE. Wood burning is NOT ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Dec 6
Dec 6, 1913: The city’s public comfort stations open. At a cost of $5,000 each (one men’s and one women’s), the comfort stations are pronounced “the finest in the United States and equipped with every possible convenience.”
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Salt Lake Health Dec 6
: Right now, air quality is UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS. Wood burning is NOT ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Dec 5
: Right now, air quality is UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS. Wood burning is NOT ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Dec 4
: Right now, air quality is UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS. Wood burning is NOT ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Dec 3
: Right now, air quality is UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS. Wood burning is NOT ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Dec 2
: Right now, air quality is MODERATE. Wood burning is NOT ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Dec 1
: Right now, air quality is GOOD. Wood burning is ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Nov 29
: Right now, air quality is GOOD. Wood burning is ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Nov 28
Nov 1965: The Salt Lake City Health Department dedicates its new building at 610 South 200 East. The $1,075,000 million building was paid for with 40% federal funds and 60% city funds.
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Salt Lake Health Nov 27
: Right now, air quality is GOOD. Wood burning is ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Nov 26
Replying to @karriehiggins
Burn rules are based as much on weather forecast as current air quality. In , burning is allowed only when forecast indicates conditions that will help maintain good air quality in coming days. If forecast=stagnant weather, it's no burn in SLCo even if state rules allow it.
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Salt Lake Health Nov 26
Replying to @Bill_Frost
Burn rules are based as much on weather forecast as current air quality. In , burning is allowed only when forecast indicates conditions that will help maintain good air quality in coming days. If forecast=stagnant weather, it's no burn in SLCo even if state rules allow it.
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Salt Lake Health Nov 26
: Right now, air quality is GOOD. Wood burning is ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Nov 25
: Right now, air quality is GOOD. Wood burning is ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Nov 22
Thanksgiving is in less than a week! After a night of turkey, stuffing, and dessert, the average American eat an estimated 4,500 calories and 229 grams of fat! Consider some of these healthy options from :
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Salt Lake Health Nov 22
: Right now, air quality is MODERATE. Wood burning is NOT ALLOWED.
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Salt Lake Health Nov 22
Nov 22, 1910: SLC Health Inspectors are required to wear blue uniforms with brass buttons and a cap that says “inspector.” The health dept believes it will separate inspectors from “ordinary plebians.”
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