Tyler Animal and Mosquito Control is a division of the Northeast Texas Public Health District which provides animal control and mosquito control services for the City of Tyler
Performs environmental, analytical and medical testing services in order to provide valid data to those who are making decisions about how best to protect public health.
Services programs such as: CHIP/Children's Medicaid, CHIP Perinatal, Women's Health Program, Food Stamps, TANF, Long Term Care.
With fears ranging from Anthrax to Smallpox to the looming possibility of a bird flu pandemic, to tracking the spread of infectious diseases.
Registered Sanitarians and Environmental Health Technicians observe/evaluate, inspect/Investigate, educate, to provide code enforcement.
The Northeast Texas Public Health District serves as the City Registrar's Office and files certificates of birth and death that occur within the city limits of Tyler.
Ensures access to low cost immunization services, and assesses immunization coverage levels in clinics, schools, and child care facilities.