Race for a Cause

Run or Walk for a Cause you Believe in Calling all runners, walkers, strollers…whatever your preferred mode of transportation, there are a number of ways to give back this summer while getting into shape. There’s nothing like competing in your first ever race, and making it over the finish line with friends, family, and community […]

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Spring Cleaning? Learn About Hantavirus First!

April 21, 2014 | Environmental Health, Safety

By The Gallatin City County Health Department’s Environmental Health Program   Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS) is an infectious disease characterized by flu-like symptoms that can progress rapidly to potentially life-threatening breathing problems. Several types of hantaviruses can cause hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, and they are carried by several types of rodents, particularly the […]

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Get a Free Ride!

April 12, 2014 | Community Resources

Free Transportation in Gallatin County In Gallatin County, we are lucky to have some options when it comes to getting around town, thanks to the Streamline Bus System, among other transportation services. Here’s the lowdown on how to catch a ride…   Streamline Bus System Streamline offers fare free service throughout the Bozeman area, with […]

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The Latest Restaurant Inspection Reports!

In the first quarter of 2014, from January through March, more than 300 dining establishments in Gallatin County were inspected. The inspection results are online and accessible to the general public through our online Restaurant Inspection Database. The State of Montana requires that food establishments be inspected a minimum of one time per year, and […]

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Spring Cleaning? Get the Fomites!

By Environmental Health   Fomites: Here, There, and Everywhere Have you ever thought how germs spread around your home and within your community? The answer is through fomites. Fomites lurk among us as everyday objects. These non-living objects can harbor germs and serve in the transfer of bacteria, viruses, and other disease-causing microbes to yourself, […]

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Join us April 26: National Infant Immunization Day

April 2, 2014 | Immunizations

National Infant Immunization Day Event National Infant Immunization Day is Saturday, April 26, celebrating the successes of immunization programs around the country and highlighting the importance of immunizing. Join us in the Gallatin City-County Health Department parking lot (215 West Mendenhall in Bozeman) from 9am-1pm. Bozeman Deaconess Hospital will have their Community Care Bus set up […]

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