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    Includes veterans' benefits, starting and running a business, unemployment, County job openings, and selling to the County.

  • Law and Justice

    Includes the courts, most wanted, law enforcement, child support enforcement, sealing record, victims' services, and jury duty.

  • Building, Property, and Home

    Includes planning, building codes and permits, owning and renting a property, and property tax assessments.

  • Health and Family Care

    Includes child and adult health service, food stamps, foster care, mental health, in-home nurse, substance abuse, and child support.

  • Birth, Death, and Marriage

    Includes bereavement, certificates and vital records, and divorce.

  • Environment and Agriculture

    Includes air quality and burn days, garbage and recycling, sewer, conservation, and green energy financing.

  • Animal Services

    Includes adopting a pet, animal control, and local vets and shelters.

  • County and Government

    Includes information on the buildings, county, codes, departments, projects, representation, and voting.

  • Community and Recreation

    Includes activities and events, parks, museums, libraries, and volunteerism.

  • Taxes and Financial Reports

    Property taxes, business taxes, transient occupancy taxes, fines, and financial reports.

  • Transportation and Travel

    Includes passports, bus schedules, and road maintenance.

  • Safety and Emergency

    Includes forest fires and floods, emergency preparation, and emergency response.

Vaccines & Immunization

In the U.S., vaccines have reduced or eliminated many infectious diseases that once routinely killed or harmed many infants, children, and adults. However, the viruses and bacteria that cause vaccine-preventable disease and death still exist and can be passed on to people who are not protected by vaccines.

Flu

Influenza (flu) can lead to serious illness, including pneumonia.  It is recommended that everyone 6 months of age and older get a flu vaccine every year.  It is especially important for those at an increased risk for serious flu-related complications, including:

  • Pregnant women
  • Young children
  • Older people
  • People with certain chronic medical conditions like asthma, diabetes and heart disease

Please see our Flu Information page for more info on vaccination.

Pertussis - Whooping Cough

It is very important to protect infants from pertussis.  Infants who are 6 months old or younger with pertussis experience the highest rate of:

  • Hospitalization
  • Pneumonia
  • Seizures
  • Encephalopathy (a degenerative disease of the brain)
  • Death.

Between 2000 and 2012, 255 persons died from pertussis; 228 of these were less than six months old.

Please see our Pertussis - Whooping Cough page for more info on how to protect your infant.

Vaccinations for School

California Law (Health & Safety Code 120325-120375) requires that children entering public or private school, including childcare, preschool, elementary, or secondary schools, receive required immunizations.

For more information on what vaccinations are required for school, please see our Childrens Vaccines page.

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