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Stoughton Board of Health

Town Sanitarian
10 Pearl Street, 2nd Floor
781-341-1300, x9272

Kathleen Waldron, Assistant Sanitarian
781-341-1300, x9271

Denise Lochiatto, Administrator
781-341-1300, x9273

FAX Number:  781-232-9323

Board of Health Members

Richard Parolin
June 30, 2016
Elizabeth Recupero
June 30, 2018
Andrew Tibbs, Chairman
June 30, 2018
Stephanie Milligan
June 30, 2016
Steven Snyder, Vice Chairman
June 30, 2016

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MA Emergency Management Agency
Norfolk County Mosquito Control - Exclusion requests
Medications: Using them Safely
Caring for your septic system
U.S. Food and Drug Administration- Recalls, Market Withdrawals & Safety Alerts
CDC - "Take 3" Actions to fight the flu
MA211 - Get Connected. Get Answers
Title 5 Inspectors
Winter Weather Health and Safety Tip
MA Dept. of Public Health
Norfolk County Mosquito Control webpage
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
MA Department of Environmental Protection
FDA US Food and Drug Administration Information for Consumers
Children & Food Allergies
Food & Drug Adminnistration Information
Food Safety & Inspection Service
Consumer Product Safety Commission, USA
Smoking and Tobacco Use
MDPH Allergen Awareness Training
MA Restaurant Association

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Emergency Preparedness & Response

What consumers need to know about food and water safety during hurricanes.
USDA Food Safety and Inspection Services
Keeping Food Safe During an Emergency
Online resource for Recalls

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Household Hazardous Waste Day 10-17-15

September is National Preparedness Month September is National Preparedness Month. Please visit the campaign website at [ ] for resources, information and to access campaign materials. Denise Lochiatto, Administrative Secretary Board of Read More...

Mosquito Prevention Hot Line Number 781-232-9280 The Board of Health has established a hotline number 781-232-9280 for information concerning preventive measures to help reduce the risk of mosquito-borne disease. Also in an effort to prevent mosquito breeding eliminate stagnant, standing water such as Read More...

Last Modified: Sep 18, 2013