Where can I find information on Water Recreation Programs?
Due to budget reductions, Lewis County no longer oversees the operation of public and semi-public pools and spas. Any questions or concerns regarding these facilities should be directed to the Washington State Department of Health, Water Recreation Program at (360) 236-3073.
For Regulated Water Recreation Facility Resources click here.
How do I know if a beach in Washington is open or closed?
View the Washington State Department of Ecology Coastal Atlas click here.
How often does Lewis County recommend I test my well water for my single family residence?
Lewis County Public Health does not have jurisdiction over single family residential wells. Although, it is beneficial to test your well water at least once a year for bacteria, and every three years for nitrates. It is also advantageous to test your water after any construction and/or maintenance is performed on your well. Depending on your location, you may need to do arsenic testing as well (select "Critical Areas" and select "Arsenic Testing Required").