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The Central MA Regional Public Health Alliance (CMRPHA) is a coalition of municipalities (Grafton, Millbury, Shrewsbury, West Boylston, and the City of Worcester) working cooperatively to create and sustain a viable, cost-effective, and labor-efficient regional public health district.
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The regional health district provides a comprehensive array of services to partner municipalities through a single organization managed by the Worcester's Division of Public Health. The inspiration to develop a regional alliance arose from the considerable disparity in size, available resources, and kinds and types of resources offered by each municipality.
Health Department Staff

Micah Blondeau
Regional Environmental
Health Specialist

508-841-8384 - Health Department
508-841-8347 - Direct Line
BlondeauM@worcesterma.gov
Kerry Stockwell
Principal Department
 Assistant

508-841-8384 - Health Department
508-841-8345 - Direct Line
kstockwell@shrewsburyma.gov
  1. New FREE Summer Youth Program offered by LUK, Inc.

    This free summer program is specifically for youth/young adults who are at risk of or have been diagnosed with substance use disorders and/or co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. Virtual information sessions will take place on 07-06-22. Read on...
  2. Public Health Advisory: Oak Island Boat Ramp on Flint Pond and Jordan Pond

    Date of Record: 6-30-22 – A Public Health Advisory has been issued until further notice for both the Oak Island Boat Ramp on Flint Pond and Jordan Pond in Shrewsbury as laboratory tests are showing high levels of E. Coli. Read on...
  3. Mosquito Spray Schedule for July 2022

    Central MA Mosquito Control Project personnel will be in Shrewsbury to respond to resident's concerns about mosquitoes in their area on July 6, 12, 19, and 26, 2022. All dates are tentative and subject to change. Read on...
  4. Food Truck Thursdays April - October 2022

    06/30/22 - Food Vendor Line-up: Potato Potato, Shishkaberry's, Trolley Dogs, and Kona Ice. Read on...
  5. UPDATE for COVID-19: Mask Advisory for Shrewsbury

    Date of Record: 06-24-22 - The Shrewsbury Board of Health discussed the Mask Advisory at their meeting this morning. It is still strongly recommended that residents wear masks and that eligible residents be up-to-date on vaccines and boosters. Read on...
  1. UPDATE: COVID-19 Related BOH Executive Order

    Date of Record: 06-24-22 - The Order for Employers to Report Positive COVID-19 Cases REMAIN in effect until further notice. Read on...
  2. Shrewsbury Farmers Market - June 15 thru September 21, 2022

    Every Wednesday from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Shrewsbury Senior Center parking lot, 98 Maple Avenue. Please stop by and support the local vendors. All are welcome! Read on...
  3. Body of Water Safety

    The Central MA Regional Public Health Alliance (CMRPHA) and the Shrewsbury Board of Health would like to remind residents to take the necessary safety precautions when visiting local parks, beaches, and pools this season. Read on...
  4. Tick Awareness

    Spring has just begun and Ticks are already out in MA. They can carry harmful diseases. Please read on to learn about tick-borne illnesses and how to avoid tick bites. Read on...
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HealthE-book!

Date of Record: 02-09-22

The Shrewsbury Health Department is pleased to introduce a document called HealthE-book. To view the e-book, please click HERE.

The purpose is to:

  • Illustrate how the Town of Shrewsbury's Health Department is structured through a regionalized shared public health service model via an Intermunicipal Agreement (IMA) between the Town of Shrewsbury and the City of Worcester.

  • How public health services are supported.

  • Showcase common public health topics that residents most often inquire about.

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