Thurston County facilities are now open to the public with restrictions, including maintaining physical distancing of at least six feet at all times and, per the Washington State Secretary of Health’s face covering order wearing a cloth face covering or mask.
If you come to county facilities, please be prepared for potentially long wait times or lines due to distancing guidelines. We continue to encourage residents to access county services online, by phone, by email, or through the use of drop boxes
located outside of county buildings.
The availability of remote services vary by office and department.
Click here for office and department contact information
Click here for information on COVID-19
Information from public health agencies regarding Influenza/Flu and other disease information.
Click on a link below to go to each agency's website.
The following information is from the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association.
Healthy Life Style - Better lifestyle habits can help reduce your risk for heart attack. Learn what you can do to help prevent heart disease and stroke by Getting Healthy.
Heart Attack and Stroke Warning Signs: Dial 9-1-1 Immediately! Heart attack and stroke are life and death emergencies. Learn the signs and symptoms here - every second counts!!
Hands Only CPR - Information from the American Heart Association about Hands Only CPR can be found here.
Falls are the number one reason for Thurston County Medic One paramedic responses to trauma. Click here for fall prevention resources.
Safe Kids Thurston County
Safe Kids Thurston County / Child Care Action Council seeks to eliminate unintentional injuries in children 14 and under. Phone: (360) 786-8907, Danielle x106; Toll free: (800) 845-0956; Email: Thurston County SafeKids@ccacwa.org.
Child Car Seat Safety Program - Thurston County Sheriff's Office provides car seat installation information and clinics. For more information click here.
Helmet Safety - Please wear a helmet when using bicycles, skateboards, skates, or other means which increase the speed at which your body is moving.
Personal Floatation Devices - When playing or working on or in the water, wearing a personal flotation device can save your life.
Poisoning prevention and information from the Washington State Poison Control Center.
West Region EMS & Trauma Care Council, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, to plan, develop, and administer the EMS and trauma care system in the 4.5 counties that make up the Region: Grays Harbor , Lewis, N. Pacific, Pierce and Thurston. It is one of eight regional councils statewide and funded primarily through a contract with the Office of Emergency Medical and Trauma Prevention Washington State Department of Health (DOH).
Washington State Department of Health (DOH), Injury and Violence Prevention Program. The goal of our Injury and Violence Prevention Program is to eliminate preventable death and disability due to injury and violence. We work to reduce injury risk in Washington State. We use our data to identify prevention priorities and develop interventions based on best practices. We work with local partners on prevention programs such as: Motor vehicle safety, Senior falls, Unintentional poisoning, Drowning, Suicide, Sexual violence
Heat related injury prevention informationClick this link to view and download pamphlet regarding prevention, signs/symptoms and first aid information about dehydration, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, heat stroke.
Thurston County Emergency Management has a variety of public education programs to improve individual and family emergency preparedness.
The Red Cross is here to make sure you are as prepared as you possibly can be for potential disasters and other emergencies.
These events can strike suddenly, at any time and anywhere.