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  • BOH Resolution #14-01:
    Designating the order in which the vice-chairs of the King County Board of Health may act in the absence of the chair in 2014.

  • BOH Resolution #14-02:
    Adopting the 2014 work plan for the King County Board of Health.

  • BOH Resolution #14-03:
    Encouraging the exploration of a voluntary regional collaborative for the purpose of improving the health and well-being of King County residents.

  • BOH Resolution #14-04:
    Commending Executive Constantine, Leadership Circle Cochairs and members, Public Health - Seattle & King County and the broad network of community and governmental partners for their efforts to enrol uninsured residents.
  • BOH Resolution #13-01:
    Approving the scope of project changes for the Healthcare for the Homeless grant.

  • BOH Resolution #13-02:
    Calling on lawmakers to take meaningful action to address gun violence and committing to supporting efforts to reduce gun violence and supporting a strong mental health system which includes prevention and early intervention services.

  • BOH Resolution #13-03:
    Designating the order in which the vice-chairs of the King County Board of Health may act in the absence of the chair in 2013.

  • BOH Resolution #13-04:
    Adopting the 2013 work plan for the King County Board of Health.

  • BOH Resolution #13-05:
    Calling on the Washington State Legislature to help improve the health of King County and Washington state residents by maintaining current levels of funding for foundational public health services and by securing the Medicaid expansion.

  • BOH Resolution #13-06:
    Supporting the regional approach to the countywide delivery of Medic One/emergency medical services.

  • BOH Resolution #13-07:
    Encouraging King County agencies and institutions to continue efforts to promote healthy eating, including implementing healthy food guidelines, endorsing the National Salt Reduction Initiative, and urging the Food and Drug Administration to modify policies related to sodium.

  • BOH Resolution #13-08:
    Calling on Congress to protect the Affordable Care Act's Prevention and Public Health Fund and its investment in the Community Transformation Grant program that enables awardees to design and implement community-level programs that prevent chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease.

  • BOH Resolution #13-09:
    Relating to Public Health - Seattle & King County's environmental health division's permit fee structure and financial policies.
  • BOH Resolution #12-01:
    Designating the order in which the vice-chairs of the King County board of health may act in the absence of the chair in 2012.

  • Notice: There is no BOH Resolution #12-02. It was deferred and not voted upon due to timing issues.

  • BOH Resolution #12-03:
    Adopting the 2012 work plan for the King County Board of Health.

  • BOH Resolution #12-04:
    Recognizing King County schools achieving the HealthierUS School Challenge award by meeting standards of excellence in nutrition and physical activity.

  • BOH Resolution #12-05:
    Supporting the inclusion of health-related best practices in state standards for child care.

  • BOH Resolution #12-06:
    Recognizing May 31 as World No Tobacco Day.

  • BOH Resolution #12-07:
    Supporting collaboration in the assessment of the health needs of King County communities and the development of strategies to improve community health.

  • BOH Resolution #12-08:
    Recognizing the Global to Local Health Initiative as an innovative strategy to improve health inequities in King County.

  • BOH Resolution #12-09:
    Commending Seattle Children's launch of Mission: Nutrition, an initiative that supports Seattle Children's efforts to be a healthy organization for its patients, families, visitors and staff.

  • BOH Resolution #12-10:
    Calling on the Washington state Legislature to restore local control of retail tobacco sales and promotion.

  • BOH Resolution #12-11:
    Calling on the Drug Enforcement Administration to expedite its efforts to provide our communities with additional options of secure, accessible, convenient medicine take-back programs that can safely dispose of all household medications, including controlled substances.
  • BOH Resolution #11-01:
    Designating the order in which the vice-chairs of the King County Board of Health may act in the absence of the chair in 2011.

  • BOH Resolution #11-02:
    Adopting the 2011 work plan for the King County Board of Health.

  • BOH Resolution #11-03:
    Calling on Congress to protect the Prevention and Public Health Fund and its long-term investments in health that will further protect and improve the health of all community residents in King County and across the nation.

  • BOH Resolution #11-04:
    Calling on Congress to preserve funding for federal health programs that are critical to the health of people in King County today and into the future.

  • BOH Resolution #11-05:
    Encouraging King County residents to join Soda-Free Sundays, a community-wide effort to not drink soda and other sugary drinks for at least one day each week for six weeks.

  • BOH Resolution #11-06:
    Supporting enhancements to the 2007 Strategic and Operational Plan for HIV Prevention in King County.

  • BOH Resolution #11-07:
    Making a commitment to apply the countywide strategic plan's principle of "fair and just" intentionally in health policy development in order to achieve health equity for all people and communities.

  • BOH Resolution #11-08:
    Supporting Public Health - Seattle & King County's proposed risk-based program to enable food cart vendors to serve a wider variety of menu options to the public.

  • BOH Resolution #11-09:
    Supporting Food Day in 2011 in King County.

  • BOH Resolution #11-10:
    Calling on Congress and the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to preserve funding for the federal Prevention and Public Health Fund.

  • BOH Resolution #11-11:
    Approving the scope of project changes for the Healthcare for the Homeless Grant.
  • BOH Resolution #10-01:
    Designating the order in which the vice-chairs of the King County board of health may act in the absence of the chair in 2010.

  • BOH Resolution #10-02:
    Supporting the Pacific Science Center's establishment of a permanent interactive wellness exhibit.

  • BOH Resolution #10-03:
    Adopting the 2010 scope of work for the King County Board of Health.

  • BOH Resolution #10-04:
    Approving and adopting the 2010 plan update for the local hazardous waste management program in King County.

  • BOH Resolution #10-05:
    Approving the scope of project changes for the Healthcare for the Homeless Grant.

  • BOH Resolution #10-07:
    Encouraging King County county and city councils, homeowners' association and condominium association boards, housing authorities, owners, developers and managers of nonprofit and for-profit publicly funded multifamily properties and owners, managers and developers of privately funded nonprofit and for-profit multi-family properties within King County to adopt no-smoking policies for the safety and welfare of all citizens and residents of King County.

  • BOH Resolution #10-08:
    Approving and adopting the September 2010 Board of Health Guidelines: Planning for Healthy Communities to inform land use and transportation planning decisions to promote public health throughout King County.

  • BOH Resolution #10-09:
    Calling on the state of Washington provide dedicated and long-term financing so local public health jurisdictions can protect and improve the health of all community residents, and preserve funding for community health services so that Washington's most vulnerable residents can access the health care they need.
  • BOH Resolution #09-01:
    Adopting the 2009 scope of work for the King County Board of Health.

  • BOH Resolution #09-02:
    Amending the King County Board of Health Operating Rules relating to King County Council membership on the board and declaring an emergency.

  • BOH Resolution #09-03:
    Endorsing the Governance Plan for the federal Health Care for the Homeless Health Center grant.

  • BOH Resolution #09-04:
    Adopting a work plan for the Board of Health regarding health care reform.

  • BOH Resolution #09-05:
    Adopting the recommendations of the King County Board of Health injury prevention committee.

  • BOH Resolution #09-06:
    Encouraging the state, insurers, health care providers, parents and individuals to support childhood immunization as an effective means of communicable disease control.

  • BOH Resolution #09-07:
    Endorsing the 2009 Tuberculosis Control program.

  • BOH Resolution #09-08:
    Urging the 111th Congress of the United States to enact comprehensive health reform in 2009.

  • BOH Resolution #09-09:
    Designating the order in which the vice-chairs of the King County Board of Health may act in the absence of the chair in 2009.

  • BOH Resolution #09-10:
    Urging community participation in preparation and response to the novel influenza H1N1 in ways that are consistent with the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health plans and in compliance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

  • BOH Resolution #09-11:
    Approving the change in scope of project for the Federal Health Care for the Homeless 330(h) Health Center Grant.
  • BOH Resolution #08-01:
    Adopting the 2008 scope of work for the King County Board of Health

  • BOH Resolution #08-02:
    Approving work programs for the injury prevention, obesity prevention and provision committees of the King County Board of Health

  • BOH Resolution #08-04:
    A resolution supporting the King County Equity and Social Justice Initiative

  • BOH Resolution #08-05:
    To approve the King County On-Site Septic System Management Plan

  • BOH Resolution #08-06:
    Encouraging the United States Congress to uphold the federal government's commitment and investment to public health in the 2009 federal budget

  • BOH Resolution #08-07:
    A resolution relating to the King County department of public health budget and calling on the state of Washington to provide adequate, stable, dedicated, long-term financing for local public health statewide and to provide financing options for local jurisdictions to protect, promote and provide for the health of the public.

  • BOH Resolution #08-08:
    Amending the King County Board of Health Operating Rules and reappointing the current health professional members for another term.

  • BOH Resolution #08-09:
    Approving the Board of Health's plan to educate the public on the value of Public Health.

  • BOH Resolution #08-10:
    Adopting principles for health care reform.

  • BOH Resolution #08-11:
    Identifying potential public health financing options.

  • BOH Resolution #08-12:
    Adopting the recommendations of the King County Board of Health school obesity prevention committee.
  • BOH Resolution #07-01:
    Adopting the 2007 work program for the King County Board of Health

  • BOH Resolution #07-02:
    Policy framework for the Health of the Public

  • BOH Resolution #07-03:
    Resolution supporting policies to promote healthy eating and active living in King County

  • BOH Resolution #07-04:
    Resolution directing preparation of an emergency preparedness and response plan for the King County Board of Health

  • BOH Resolution #07-06:
    Resolution adopting a policy framework and recommending approval by the County Council and Public Health Operational Master Plan

  • BOH Resolution #07-07:
    Resolution supporting recommendations and a strategic operational plan for HIV prevention in King County
  • BOH Resolution #05-03:
    Approving the workplan for a public health operational master plan (PHOMP) for the department of public health

  • BOH Resolution #05-04:
    Authorizing the preparation of a pandemic influenza preparedness plan

  • BOH Resolution #05-07:
    Supporting The Metropolitan King County Council Motion Urging Congress to Provide Full Funding for an Exercise to Demonstrate Capabilities and Integration of Governments to Respond to a Pandemic Influenza Outbreak

  • BOH Resolution #05-08:
    Recommending a Comprehensive Strategy to Promote Healthy Eating and Active Living in King County
NOTICE: No resolutions were adopted by the King County Board of Health in 2004.
NOTICE: No resolutions were adopted by the King County Board of Health in 2002.
  • BOH Resolution #01-301:
    Recommending Support Of Substitute Senate Bill 5993 That Seeks To Revise Limitations On Smoking In Public Places
  • BOH Resolution #00-301:
    Recommending a Comprehensive Strategy to Reduce Underage Alcohol Use in King County

  • BOH Resolution #00-302:
    Recommending a Comprehensive Strategy to Reduce Underage Alcohol Use in King County

  • BOH Resolution #00-303:
    Support The Decision of the Seattle Metropolitan Area Waterfowl Management Committee to Invite the USDA - Wildlife Services to Control the Population of Canada Geese
  • BOH Resolution #98-301 (not available online):
    Repeal of Preemption Language in Tobacco--Access to Minors Law and Addition of Non-Preemption clauses to Tobacco--Access to Minors Law and Washington Clean Indoor Air Act

  • BOH Resolution #98-302 (not available online):
    Support of the Plan Update for the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County

  • BOH Resolution #98-303 (not available online):
    State Rulemaking to Restrict Sales of Specified Alcohol Products in Designated Geographic Areas in Order to Protect the Public Health from the Dangers of Chronic Public Inebriety

  • BOH Resolution #98-304:
    Recommending That The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection Be Made A Reportable Condition In Washington State