Boil Water Alert Issued
The Logan County Health District advises everyone whose well may have been contaminated with floodwater to boil any drinking water for at least two minutes prior to use. If floodwater is higher than a well’s cap or if well water has a muddy color, then contamination should be suspected. Do not use possibly contaminated water for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, bathing, and food or formula preparation.
Free water testing of flooded wells is offered by the Logan County Health District. “Even if the water has lowered you must assume that your well is contaminated. Do not wait for testing to treat your well,” advises Environmental Health Director, Craig Kauffman. Any potentially flooded well should be treated with chlorine.
Instructions on how to do disinfect a well are available at:
A flood clean up manual is also available at:
Floodwater information from the Ohio Department of Health:
Please feel free to call if you have any questions: (937) 651-6206
Logan County Community Needs Assessment for 2015
The Logan County Health District is pleased to provide the preliminary findings of the Logan County Community Needs Assessment for 2015. This document is a draft and open for public comment and input at this time. Please complete the comment form if there is any information that you feel is vital for consideration. If you would like to view a hard copy of this document, it is available to view at Logan County Health District, Mary Rutan Hospital and at the Knowlton Library. If you would like to participate in the community's Call to Action meeting on July 22 to determine the direction Logan County takes in meeting these needs, please contact Donna Glunt at 937-651-6217.