• 22 S. State St. Clearfield, UT 84015
  • Main : (801) 525-5000
  • M-F 8am to 5pm

COVID-19 Vaccine/Booster Shot Updates

The CDC recommends COVID-19 vaccines for everyone 6 months and older and boosters for everyone 5 years and older, if eligible. All four (4) of the approved COVID-19 vaccines are available at the Davis County Health Department's Bountiful Immunizations Clinic. Click "Schedule Now" to get your appointment. 

Encuesta de Fortaleza Comunitaria

La fortaleza es la capacidad de recuperarse de los desafíos de la vida. Davis4Health, desea saber cómo supera la adversidad. Tome la encuesta de 10-minutos para participar y ganar una tarjeta de regalo de $25.

Community Resilience Survey

Resilience is the ability to bounce back from life’s challenges. Davis4Health, Davis County’s health improvement partners, would like to know about the factors that affect resilience in our community. Take the 10-minute survey to enter to win a $25 gift card.

Covid-19 Information

Here you will find updated local information about the COVID-19 outbreak. 

Fresh Food Finder

Stay healthy and View an interactive map of Davis County's farmers markets, community gardens, greenhouses/nurseries, and produce stands.

Health Events/News/Classes

Keep up to date with current health centered news stories. Also look at the variety of health classes that are offered.

COVID-19 Booster

On Monday, September 27th, Davis County Health Department (DCHD) reopens its drive-thru COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at the Legacy Events Center in Farmington, it will offer a booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine to those who are eligible. For the week of September 27th, the hours will be 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Then, starting the week of October 4th, the hours will be 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Appointments are required and can now be scheduled throughout the month of October.

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Increase Your Heart Health

Did you know high blood pressure increases your risk for heart disease and stroke, the two leading causes of death in the United States? And, over time, uncontrolled high blood pressure can lead to health complications of the eyes, kidneys, and memory.

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Vaccines Needed For Older Adults, Too

As a mature adult, you are busy with life and have many responsibilities – but don’t forget to take care of yourself! Throughout our lives, we all need shots (vaccines) to help protect us from serious diseases. This protection comes from immunizations.

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Cutting Surfaces, Norovirus Symptoms & Prevention

The Davis Digest - Cutting Surfaces, Norovirus Symptoms & Prevention Fall 2018 Issue talks about sanitizing cutting boards as well as times to replace or refinish your cutting board to prevent cross-contamination and foodborne illness risks.

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County-wide Vehicle Repair Assistance Program Helps Reduce Emissions

A new air quality program within Davis County offers financial assistance to repair vehicles unable to pass current emission standards. Davis County Health Department’s Environmental Health Services Division along with UCAIR (Utah Clean Air Partnership) is sponsoring a vehicle repair assistance program to get polluting vehicles back up to emissions standards. The program runs through October 2018.

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Davis County's Immunizations And Travel Clinics Change Hours Of Operation

Davis County Health Department’s Immunizations and Travel Clinics change hours of operation beginning Wednesday, Jan. 2. This change makes it easier for working clients and families to get immunizations at more convenient times.

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Create Better Health

Come learn how to help your family eat well, prepare delicious food, and be active on a budget. Davis County WIC partners with Utah State University's Food$ense program to offer this free class series twice a year. Each class includes a recipe demonstration and sample. Classes are open to the public and children are welcome. For more information call 801-525-5010 or visit CreateBetterHealth.usu.edu

Classes coming Fall 2021. 

Car Seat Education Class

A low cost car seat program is available for qualified clients (WIC, Head Start, Medicaid, and similar financial aid programs). Clients are required to take a car seat installation class in conjunction with purchasing a seat.

TOP Star

TOP Star is a Continuing Education Program for childcare providers designed to help providers improve the quality of nutrition and amount of physical activity that children receive in their care. 

If you are a childcare provider and are interested in earning 5-10 CEUs for participating in this training and goal-setting program contact (801) 525-5070. 

Medicare 101 Class

Are you turning 65 or preparing to retire? Puzzled about Medicare? Davis County Senior Services recommends spending an hour at a free Medicare 101 class to learn how to take advantage of everything Medicare has to offer. Get answers and information about Medicare enrollment and benefits. Classes are taught in several locations throughout the county including libraries and senior activity centers. For more information call (801) 525-5082. 

Virtual Classes
Every 2nd Wednesday at 2 PM
Every 4th Wednesday at 6 PM
Questions: Call 801-525-5050  opt 5
In Person Classes
Thursday, August 19,  6:30 PM, Clearfield Branch Library (562 S 1000 E, Clearfield, UT 84015)
Thursday, September 16, 6:30 PM, Kaysville Branch Library (215 N Fairfield Rd., Kaysville, UT 84037)
Thursday, October 21, 6:30 PM, Centerville Branch Library (45 S 400 W, Centerville, UT 84014)

Caregiver Support Class

A free series of six workshops that assist family and community caregivers in developing the skills needed to manage an in-home care environment.  Each participant receives a Managing Care Guide. A reservation to attend is required. Space is limited. For information on an upcoming workshop, contact Davis County Senior Services at (801) 525-5050, Option 5.

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that teaches participants how to help a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The help is given until appropriate treatment and support are received or until the crisis resolves.
To schedule a group training, or sign up for an existing training, contact: (801) 525-5070. 

Connect Suicide Postvention Training

Connect is a training for professionals and communities to prepare them to respond to a suicide attempt or death, in a manner that will promote healing and reduce risk for affected community members. You will learn to strategically encourage help-seeking, reduce stigma, and promote healing for survivors; reduce the risk of suicide-related phenomena (contagion, copy-cat, and pacts); and use safe messaging in communications such as media reporting, funerals, memorials, etc. 

Duration: 3 hours 
To schedule your group training call (801) 525-5070.

SafeTALK Suicide Prevention Training

SafeTALK is a 3 hour training workshop, featuring: Training to identify persons with thoughts of suicide, & community first aid resources to connect them to help; Awareness of reasons that we may miss, dismiss, or avoid signs of suicide; The simple yet effective steps: Tell, Ask, Listen, and KeepSafe; and Hands-on skills practice and development. Now approved for 3 Social Work CEUs.

Duration: 3 Hours 
Group Size: 10 – 30 max 
To schedule a training, contact: (801) 525-5070 

Question, Persuade, and Refer (QPR) Training

Learn how to prevent suicide by using QPR to: Ask Questions to assess the situation; Persuade the person to accept help; and Refer the person to a professional for help to get them through the crisis and treat any underlying mental illness. Like CPR, QPR is a simple process that anyone can be trained to use, to help prevent a suicidal act. Participants learn how to recognize the warning signs for someone who may be at risk for suicide, and then get them to appropriate help. 

Duration: 1.5 hours
Group Size: generally 10-35
To schedule a training contact (801) 525-5070.

Licensed Pool Operator

To provide and maintain a healthy and safe pool environment, a pool must be operated under the direct supervision of a Licensed Swimming Pool/Spa Operator (LPO) who holds a current LPO permit issued by the Division. A Licensed Pool Operator class is held annually. To find out more about schedule and cost call (801) 525-5100.

Food Handler Permit

Individuals that work in facilities that prepare or serve food are required to obtain a Utah Food Handler Permit. Permits are obtained after successfully completing an in-person or on-line state approved training course.

Public Health Merit Badge

Davis County Health Department can assist Boy Scouts who want to earn the Public Health Merit Badge. Call (801) 525-5212 for more information or to schedule a health department visit for your troop.


Sexually Transmitted Disease/HIV Presentation

Davis County Health Department is available to provide a one hour STD presentation to community agencies and youth groups. Call (801) 525-5200 to schedule a presentation.

Bloodborne Pathogen

Option 1: A free bloodborne pathogen class is held every third Tuesday of the month at 2:00 p.m. in the Davis County Health Department, 22 South State Street, Clearfield. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) workers and other individuals who need to meet an annual OSHA requirement for bloodborne pathogen training are welcome. To sign up for a class call (801) 525-5213.
Option 2: Bloodborne pathogen classes may also be offered at the worksite for community agencies. The cost is a flat rate of $100 per organization. To schedule a class for your employees at the location of your choice call (801) 525-5213.


EnhanceFitness is an evidence-based group exercise program that helps older adults at all levels of fitness become more active, energized, and empowered to sustain independent lives. A full hour of fun, EnhanceFitness focuses on dynamic cardiovascular exercise, strength training, balance, and flexibility — everything older adults need to maintain health and function as they age.

South Davis Senior Activity Center 
726 South 100 East Bountiful, UT 84010
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
8:00-9:00 AM 
Central Davis Senior Activity Center 
81 East Center Street  Kaysville, UT 84037
Monday, Wednesday, Friday

9:30-10:30 AM 

North Davis Senior Activity Center 
42 South State Street  Clearfield, UT 84015
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
2:30-3:30 PM
All classes available virtually at meet.google.com/vni-xtnw-nuq 

Living Well with Chronic Conditions

You're invited to join a free workshop!

If you have any long-term/chronic health condition that has taken over your life, or if you care for someone with a long-term/chronic health condition, the Living Well with Chronic Conditions class can help!

Living Well with Chronic Conditions is a 6-week program geared towards helping people take back control of their lives. You will learn ways to manage the day-to-day symptoms that most chronic health conditions cause such as fatigue, difficult emotions, sleep changes, and pain. Learn how physical activity and nutrition can help and practice skills to improve understanding and mobility. Work together with other people, who understand what you are going through, to solve problems and achieve goals.

Register here

For help and questions call 801-525-5087

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Staycation Guide

Everyone needs a little rest and relaxation, and when you stay in Davis County you’ll find plenty of places to unwind. With everything from Camping and RV Parks to pet boarding, hotels and so much more.

New Year's Day

Saturday, Jan 01

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Monday, Jan 17

President's Day

Monday, Feb 21

Memorial Day

Monday, May 30

Juneteenth (Observed)

Monday, Jun 20

Independence Day

Monday, Jul 04

Pioneer Day (Observed)

Monday, Jul 25

Labor Day

Monday, Sep 05

Veterans' Day

Friday, Nov 11


Thursday, Nov 24 & Friday, Nov 25

Christmas Day (Observed)

Monday, Dec 26