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Environmental Health


Ada & Boise Counties 208-375-5211
Elmore County 208-587-4407
Valley County 208-634-7194

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Contacts by County

Ada County

Boise, Eagle, Garden City, Hidden Springs, Kuna, Meridian, Star

Ada/Boise County: 208-327-7499

CDH Boise Office: 208-375-5211

Boise County

Banks, Crouch, Garden Valley, Horseshoe Bend, Idaho City, Lowman, Placerville

Office: 208-327-8532

Cell: 208-869-3416

Elmore County

Atlanta, Featherville, Glens Ferry, Hammett, Mountain Home, Pine

Elmore County: 208-580 6004

CDH Mountain Home: 208-587-4407

Valley County

Cascade, Donnelly, Lake Fork, McCall, Smiths Ferry, Yellow Pine

Valley County contact(s):

CDH McCall Office: 208-634-7194


Mpox returns to Idaho: Health authorities stress importance of vaccination

IDHW and CDH announced the first two reported people diagnosed with mpox in Idaho since last year. Investigation is ongoing, but both persons reported traveling outside the state, which may be related to these diagnoses. Both people diagnosed with mpox are Ada County residents.

Health Officials Investigating Ada County Outbreak Linked to Raw Milk

Central District Health (CDH) announced today it is investigating recent reports of illness in five Ada County residents that may be associated with the consumption of unpasteurized (raw) milk. 

Diving into Water Safety at the Pool

As the summer sun blazes overhead, people of all ages enjoy time in or near a swimming pool for some splashing fun.

Department of Health and Welfare, Central District Health, and Idaho Department of Labor partner to offer services at same Mountain Home location

CENTRAL DISTRICT HEALTH (Idaho) — To streamline services and provide a better experience for customers, the Department of Health and Welfare (DHW) is moving its public-facing office in Mountain Home to a shared location with Central District Health (CDH) and the Idaho Department of Labor (DOL). DHW’s office, previously at 2420 American Legion Blvd., will relocate to 520 E. 8th St. N., in Mountain Home, and will begin doing business there on August 17.