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Board of Health

The Board of Health meets monthly to consider policies to improve the health and safety of Island County residents and visitors, and to address issues presented by Island County Public Health staff and point presentations.
 
Meetings
Island County Board of Health meetings are usually held at 1:15 pm the 3rd Monday of every month at the Commissioner's Hearing Room B-102 (lower level) in the Island County Court House Annex, corner of 6th & Main St. Campus Site Map   All Board of Health meetings are open to the public, and the public's attendance and participation are welcome. To testify before the Board on agenda items, you are invited to step forward when the Chair asks for comments on that item and announce yourself. On non-agenda items, A "public comment" time is set aside for non-agenda items at which time you may introduce yourself with your name and address, and if possible, limiting your comments to three minutes.
 
If you have questions about a Board of Health meeting, contact the Board of Health Clerk at 360.678.7860.
 
Special Notice
Persons with disabilities requiring elevator access to the Hearing Room, please call twenty-four (24) hours prior to the scheduled event: 360.679.7372 from North Whidbey, 360.629.4522 ext. 7372 from Camano Island or 360.321.5111 ext. 7372 from South Whidbey. 
 
Upcoming Meeting: third Monday of every month @ 1:15 p.m.                      
Meeting Agenda
Past Meeting Minutes
 
 
 
 
Island County Board of Health Members

Commissioner Helen Price-Johnson
Commissioner - District 1 
Represents all of Whidbey Island south of Penn Cove

Commissioner Jill Johnson

Commissioner -  District 2 
Represents greater Oak Harbor area


Aubrey Vaughan   District 3
Represents North of Oak Harbor and Camano Island

Mayor Scott Dudley grew up in Olympia and after graduating from Olympia High School joined the United States Marine Corps Reserves. He then transferred over to the United States Navy. After his military service, he went into the financial field and has been a Financial Advisor since 1991. He moved to Oak Harbor in January of 2000 and manages an investment office in OakHarbor.  Mayor Dudley is married to the former Christine Habina, who grew up in Oak Harbor and together they have five children.   Mayor Dudley has been actively involved in the OakHarbor community by volunteering for or being an active member of the following:        Rotary Club of North Whidbey Island Sunrise - Past President        Greater Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce        Junior Achievement        Oak Harbor High School’s Business Advisory Committee        Navy League        Fleet Reserve Association        Interfaith Coalition of Whidbey Island        Civil Service Commission        Whidbey Island Marathon Committee   Mayor Dudley was elected to Oak Harbor’s City Council in 2009 and was sworn into office as Mayor on December 28, 2011.  He will serve a four year term, beginning January 1, 2012.  Mayor Dudley believes in a safe, secure city that is governed by an open, fiscally responsible government, making Oak Harbor a city we are proud to call “Home.”  If you have any suggestions on how he can do that better, don’t hesitate to contact him.

Mayor of Oak Harbor 
Mayoral Board position

Hospital Board President, Commissioner Anne Tarranat
Hospital Commissioner  
Whidbey General Hospital,  District 5

Frederick J. McDonald
Captain (MC) USN
Commanding Officer, Naval Hospital Oak Harbor (ex-officio member)

 

Executive Secretary to the Board
Health Officer, Island County (ex-officio member)

  
 Washington State Board of Health             RCW 70.05.060 (local Board of Health duties) 

Hours
Open: 8:00am to 3:00pm M-F
Closed: Holidays

For your convenience, please call ahead to prearrange meetings with staff.