The Official Website of the City of Racine
The City of Racine Public Health Department offers residents of the City of Racine and the Villages of Wind Point and Elmwood Park a wide range of services and information. The City of Racine Public Health Department is prepared to assist you with administrative, laboratory, and community and environmental
Staff Directory for contact information for the Public Health Department. Not sure who can help with your public health question? Call the main number at 262-636-9201 for assistance.
The City of Racine is preparing a Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan with recommendations to improve accessibility and facilities for pedestrians and bicyclists in the community. Click
here to learn more.
This page contains important information about a variety of topics important to residents and visitors of the City of Racine. Click
here to explore.
here to learn more about the Fetal Infant Mortality Review and Child Death Review Teams.
See the Racine Municipal Health Codes
Are you interested in volunteering your time to improve the community's readiness for disasters? Considering joining the Racine County Medical Reserve Corps. Click
here to learn more.
The City of Racine offers an incentive-based wellness program, City Wellness, to its insured employees, spouses, and retirees. Read more about the program
The Public Health Department has assembled a comprehensive set of statistics and data regarding various health topics and determinants of health that affect the residents of Racine, surrounding communities, Wisconsin, and the United States. See the
Health Indicators Dashboard for this information.
The City of Racine Public Health Department has a comprehensive schedule of all fees that may be charged for various services, permits, and items. See the document below for specific information:
Public Healh Department Fee Schedule - Effective as of July 1, 2015; Updated January 17, 2017; Expires June 30, 2017
Public Health Department Fee Schedule (July 1, 2017) - Effective as of July 1, 2017
Since 1993, Wisconsin statute has required that communities throughout the State develop and implement a local Community Health Improvement Plan, or CHIP, that concentrates on priority health issues impacting their residents. The 2012-2016 Racine CHIP is presented
Community Health Improvement Plan 2012-2016
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