Fire Ad Hoc Committee Report- Posted 09/18/15
City of Black Diamond Court/Council Chambers has an updated look. Check out the Court page for the new picture - Posted 09/09/15
MPD 2011-2014 Stormwater, Baseline and Groundwater Monitoring - Posted 03/24/15
**Important Business Hour Changes to the Community Development Department - NOTICE - Posted 07-11-14
REMINDER: The City Connection newsletter is available ONLY for online viewing. There will be a very limited amount printed up and distributed to the Police Department, Post Office, Library, Community Center and City Hall. We will no longer provide copies bi-monthly in the utility billing. To view the newsletter, you can visit the Clerks page and click on City Connection from the menu bar or visit the website's homepage and click on "Quicklinks" - Posted 01-03-13
Crime Prevention Tips - Flyer
PLEASE NOTE! You can now view all public notices by clicking on the PUBLIC NOTICES link on the homepage. Here you will find all posted notices and associated material. - Posted 09-05-12
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|Seasonal influenza vaccine recommendations for the 2012-2013 flue season. Influenza spreads readily from person to person in schools, workplaces and homes. Everyone over 6 months of age should get the annual flu vaccine to prevent sickness, unnecessary healthcare visits, hospitalizations and deaths from influenza. Visit King County Public Health - Seattle & King County website for updates and more information.
Flu vaccine provides protection against three strains of influenza—the H1N1 strain that caused the illness in 2009 and later seasons, and 2 other flu viruses that caused illness last season. People should get vaccinated now, as soon as the vaccine is available from their healthcare provider or pharmacy – protection lasts throughout the flu season. - Information provided by King County
Pertussis (Whooping Cough) is very contagious and can cause serious illness―especially in infants too young to be fully vaccinated. Pertussis vaccines are recommended for children, teens, and adults, including pregnant women.
In Washington, there have been 1,284 cases reported statewide through May 5, 2012, compared to 128 reported cases in 2011 during the same time period. There were 965 cases reported statewide in 2011 compared to 608 reported cases in 2010. Visit the Washington State Department of Health for the most recent information.
Visit www.ced.gov for more information.