Land Use

The way our communities grow can directly affect the health of current and future generations. How we build our homes, industrial facilities, parks and streets influence air and water quality; noise, wildlife, and other health factors. 

Well-planned development can promote health by making regular exercise and good nutrition the easy choice, creating safe neighborhoods, ensuring stewardship of natural resources, and enhancing the quality of life.

Tri-County Health Department collaborates with local governments, other agencies, developers, and the public to incorporate public health considerations into planning and development activities. We encourage the inclusion of health-promoting policies in long range plans and incorporation of health considerations in individual development decisions.

Land Use Stock Image of a Hand Holding a Floating Piece of Land with Buildings and Trees on It

Applying for an indoor/outdoor event during COVID-19? 

Fill out an application at the link below. Submit completed forms to the Land Use team at Landuse@tchd.org. The Land Use team will review the submission and respond with comments on the event. If the event requires a City or Council approval for a temporary or special event permit, TCHD Land Use will share the letter with the City/County communicating TCHD's review of the event. 

Event Review Application During COVID-19