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Welcome to the Easthampton Health Department web page!

The mission of the Easthampton Health Department is to protect the public’s health in the City of Easthampton through the creation of regulations, enforcement of state and local regulations, communicable disease surveillance, and public health education and outreach. The Health Department protects not only the public’s health but the environment and natural resources of the Commonwealth.

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COVID Testing in Eton
Winter support final

2021 Year in Review

For an overview of what we did in the Health Department in 2021, check out our 'Health Department 2021 Year in Review.'

COVID-19 Testing Site at Millside Park

Visit the COVID-19 page for more information, including the sign-up link

  1. Winter Support and Resources Available for Easthampton Residents

    Winter support and resources are available to Easthampton residents. If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, please contact Community Social Worker, Liz Plouffe at eplouffe@easthamptonma.gov or 413-529-1400 ext. 106. Read on...
  2. Press Release: Curative Closing COVID-19 Testing Site at Millside Park on Thursday, December 15

    Curative has announced the closure of the COVID-19 testing site at Millside Park in Easthampton, effective Thursday, December 15, 2022. Curative plans to close all sites nationwide by December 31, 2022. Read on...
  3. 11-24-22 Weekly COVID-19 Dashboard

    In general, case and hospitalization numbers are down again this week, but the viral load in the wastewater in Hampshire county has stopped decreasing. A few MA counties have moved into the CDC's yellow / medium risk category... Read on...
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