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Summer Stream Testing
In order to provide swimmers with information on the quality of water in local swimming holes, the Springfield-Greene County Health Department partners with the Watershed Committee of the Ozarks to monitor select stream and river locations in Greene County for the presence of E. coli and coliform bacteria. See the latest results.

Accurate Pollen Counts
We have provided pollen data to the community, news media, meteorologists and physicians since 1961. Pollen and spore counts are collected over a 24-hour period, from 8 a.m. until 8 a.m. the following day. The counts are typically posted online by about 10:30 a.m. each weekday on our pollen page.

New Missouri Food Code Video, Resources
For an overview of the new Missouri food code, as well as information about norovirus, the ProStart Program, the local food advisory committee and other food safety resources, see this recording of a previous food class. 

Healthy Opportunities
Check out our round-up of great opportunities for you to get and stay healthy that are happening in the Springfield area. The events and programs highlighted on this page with change periodically so be sure to check back for new opportunities to live a healthier, happier life.

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Reminder: Parking Lot Animal Sales No Longer Permitted
In November, Springfield’s City Council voted to ban the sale of dogs, cats or other domestic animals from parking lots inside the city limits. Read on...
Health Department, Watershed Committee Stream Testing Underway
It’s that time of year when Ozarks residents flock to local streams and rivers, but recreational waterways can also contain harmful bacteria and parasites. Learn More
Daily Pollen Counts Resume for 2015
It may not officially be spring yet, but spring allergens have already made a return to the area. The Springfield-Greene County Health Department is now posting daily pollen counts for the 2015 season. Learn More