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Reports, Plans and Statistics

Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) provides reports and statistics on various public health matters in our community.

Read our annual reports to keep up to date with the work HPPH is carrying out in the community.

Learn about the quality of the beach water in Huron. 

Learn about Huron Perth Public Health's response to the COVID-19 pandemic during the acute phase, from March 2020 when a global pandemic was declared, until March 2022, as well as the recovery work that awaited.

  • Huron County Wind Turbine Project | Huron County Health Unit
    • 2019 Final Report
    • 2018 Fall Interim Report
    • 2018 Winter and Spring Interim Report
  • St Marys Cement Health Hazard Investigation Report (2018) | Perth District Health Unit
  • Oral Health Status and Water Fluoride Levels in Perth County (2015) | Perth District Health Unit
  • Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh Cancer Cluster Investigation Final Report (2014) | Huron County Health Unit
  • Broomball Outbreak Summary (2014) | Huron County Health Unit
  • Deep Geological Repository Response Letter (2013) | Huron County Health Unit

If you would like a copy of one of these reports please contact us

 See current and past Health Status reports.

Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) is responsible for inspecting:

Routine and complaint-based inspections are conducted to ensure these establishments are providing safe services to consumers by meeting health standards.

We inspect regulated health professionals (e.g., doctors, dentists, chiropractors) only when we receive a complaint. We are not authorized to routinely inspect places where regulated health professionals work. 

To access public health inspection reports:

Read the 2024 report for panelists, LEEP: the first four years! [PDF]

 Review the HPPH 2024-2027 Strategic Plan.

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