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Coconino County Public Health Services Dist.
Membership
The Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) Advisory Board was created in 2011 following the formation of the Public Health Services District. The CCPHSD Advisory Board replaces the 12 member Board of Health but has many of the same responsibilities of the previous board.
  • Term: Four years

Mission
We are an advisory board to the Coconino County Public Health Services District chief health officer and the Board of Supervisors and may recommend rules and regulations for the protection and preservation of public health.

For More Information
For more information, call the Coconino County Public Health Services District at (928) 679-7272.

Responsibilities & Expectations
  • Advise the chief health officer and the Board of Directors on health issues important to the communities.
  • Advocate on health issues to the community, and the legislature. Advocacy activities will be coordinated with the Board of Directors to ensure consistency.
  • Review and advise the Board of Directors on fees for district services. Recommend which services should have a fee associated with them and which should not.
  • Participate, if requested by the county manager, in the interviewing and evaluation of the chief health officer.
  • Participate in community health events.
  • Review the annual district budget and develop a recommendation on the budget to the Board of Directors.
  • Work with staff on the strategic direction of the district and recommend to the Board of Directors.
  • Review proposed ordinances and/or amendments to ordinances and recommend to the Board of Directors.
  • Serve as an appeals board for the district as specified in ordinance.
  • Bring issues brought to the attention of individual advisory board members to the attention of the chief health officer. The chief health officer will report back to the advisory body, unless it is a personnel matter. Personnel matters are not within the purview of the advisory body.
  • Assess community satisfaction with the district and services provided, including a determination of the “user friendliness” of the district.

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