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Get Zika Virus information here.

You can find current information on health and disease surveillance, and safety activities for the state of Iowa here.

 NEW! The Code Red Emergency Notification system is being replaced in the county by WENS. Click here to sign up. Everyone will need to do this as the data will not transfer.


Imagine how their lives would be without you in the picture. By quitting tobacco today, you’ll be adding years to your life – years you can spend watching them grow up and graduate, go to college and become a person who makes you proud. Now it’s time to make them proud.

Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) or visit for details or to enroll. 

Click here for information on Nicotine Replacement Thereapy offer!



Medical Reserve Corp Volunteers Click here.

Contact us:

Calhoun County Public Health

501 Court Street

Rockwell City, IA 50579


Fax: 712-297-7530

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The Household Hazardous Waste Facility will open in just a couple weeks. Now is the time to start going through old cleaners, pesticides and other waste to see what needs disposed of.


Our Mission. Calhoun County Public Health's mission is to partner with the community to provide quality public health services in Calhoun County.

Vision Statement. Prevent. Promote. Protect.

Our Services: We provide a variety of Public Health Services through this office. Click on each service area below to find out more about what we do and how it may help you and your family.

Care Coordination

Emergency Medical Services

Homemaker Service/Personal Cares

Health Maintenance

Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

Environmental Health

Family/Child Health Services

Disaster Response



Iowa Public Health Standards

The Iowa Public Health Standards provide a consistent, accountable approach to promoting and protecting the health of Iowans. The standards describe the basic public health services and infrastructure that all Iowans can reasonably expect from their local and the state public health departments. Click on each standard below to see each one.


2010 CHNA HIP reports are now available! Click here to read the report and see how Calhoun County is doing. You can also see the performance measures for Calhoun County here.


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