Boards & Commissions
North Central District Health
The mission of the North Central District Health is to prevent disease, injury, and disability by promoting and protecting the health and well-being of the public and our environment.
Each town, city and borough, which has so voted to become a part of any such district, shall, by its board of selectmen, city council or board of burgesses, appoint one person to be a member of such board. Any town, city or borough having a population of more than ten thousand inhabitants, as annually estimated by the Department of Public Health by a method comparable or similar to that used by the United States Bureau of the Census, shall be entitled to one additional representative for each additional ten thousand population or part thereof, provided no such municipality shall have more than five representatives on a district board of health. The term of office for members of the district board of health shall be three (3) years (Connecticut General Statute §19a-241).
Oct 2013 - June 2019
Jan 2016 - June 2017