Health Department

  1. Freeman Lake Closed due to High Bacteria Count August 16 2017

    Attention Residents! Freeman Lake is closed due to a high bacteria count and will not reopen until a retest shows a normal bacteria count. Please contact the Board of Health with any questions you may have. 978-250-5241 August 16 2017
  2. Cholesterol Screening September 12, 2017: 8:30am to 11:00am - $20.00 fee, registration required

    See attached flyer. Register by August 29 2017 Additional Info...
  3. Mosquito Spraying available for resident's property

    Chelmsford residents if you wish to have your property sprayed for Mosquitoes, please contact the Central Mass Mosquito Control Project at See atttached flyer for more information. Chelmsford Board of Health 978-250-5241

Health Department Screening

The Health Department conducts various health screenings, health fairs, vaccine immunization programs, and inspects sanitary regulations at establishments selling food and drink including mobile food vendors.

Inspections are also done at camps, apartment housing / lodging, swimming pools, and tanning establishments. The Health Department also tests water at town beaches, approves design plans before building permits are issued and is responsible for environmental concerns such as mosquito control and sharps collection.

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