Public Health

The Mono County Health Department provides environmental and public health services that support the health and safety of Mono County residents and visitors.

Please click on one of our programs to the left for more information, and some highlights are listed below.

If you are interested in receiving important health information such as MonoGrams, flu clinic schedules and community events, please sign up for Public Health Updates on the left side of this page and find us on Facebook!


Vaccinate Mono

Mono County Public Health is hosting the following FLU and COVID-19 (Coronavirus) vaccine clinics.  Influenza (flu) is a contagious disease that can be serious. Every year millions of people get sick and thousands are hospitalized or die. A yearly flu vaccine is the first and most important step to protect yourself and your family against flu viruses. Everyone 6 months or older should get an annual flu vaccine. In addition to a vaccine, you can help to stop the spread of flu viruses by avoiding close contact with those that are sick, covering your coughs and sneezes, and washing your hands often. Pfizer, Moderna and Novavax COVID vaccines are all available. All clinics are subject to change due to weather, please see website for updates. 

El Departamento de Salud Pública Condado de Mono está organizando las siguientes clínicas de vacunas de Influenza y COVID-19 (Coronavirus). La influenza (gripe) es una enfermedad contagiosa que puede ser grave. Cada año, millones de personas se enferman y miles son hospitalizadas o mueren. Una vacuna anual contra la influenza es el primer y más importante paso para protegerse a usted y a su familia contra los virus de la influenza. Todas las personas mayores de 6 meses deben vacunarse anualmente contra la gripe. Además de una vacuna, puede ayudar a detener la propagación de los virus de la gripe evitando el contacto cercano con las personas enfermas, cubriéndose al toser y estornudar, y lavándose las manos con frecuencia.  Las vacunas COVID Pfizer, Moderna y Novavax están disponibles en todas las clínicas. Todas las clínicas están sujetas a cambios debido al clima, consulte el sitio web para obtener actualizaciones.

On July 28, 2020, Mono County became aware of unauthorized access by a third party into the County’s online COVID-19 statistics database which occurred between the dates of April 2, 2020 and July 24, 2020.  The database contained Personal Health Information (PHI) for individuals who were tested for COVID-19 in Mono County prior to July 24.  The County is providing this notice pursuant to 45 CFR § 164.404 (d)(2)(ii).

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This registry website allows residents with access and functional needs an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies so those agencies can better serve them in a disaster or other emergencies.

The information collected here will not be available to the public.  It will only be shared with emergency response agencies to improve their ability to serve.

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For free, confidential support on your quit journey, contact Kick It California.  

Call 1-800-300-8086  
Text “Quit Smoking” or “Quit Vaping” to 66819 
Download the No Vape or No Butts app on your device from Apple or Google Play. 

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The Eastern Sierra Substance Use Project (ESSUP) is a collaborative gathering of public and private sector community partners with a goal of reducing the harmful effects of substance use. We seek to enhance prevention, treatment and harm reduction services and to reduce stigma.   


A collaborative and cohesive community group that promotes understanding of substance use as a disease and improving treatment and harm reduction access and strategies.


Promote health and dignity for all.


Mono County Health Department and Mammoth Hospital worked collaboratively to develop the 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and Implementation Plan.  The Mono County CHNA was completed in June of 2019 and includes detailed information about the health issues, including social determinants of health facing communities throughout Mono County.