Wright County Public Health has the primary responsibility for assuring the overall health of the community in the event of any emergency. Since 2002, we have been enhancing our response plans through collaboration with community partners in the event of an infectious disease outbreak, natural disaster, bio-terrorism event, and a chemical or nuclear emergency.
To report an emergency, call 911.
If you are ill, see your health care provider.
If you are a physician calling to report an infectious disease, please call the Minnesota Department of Health at 651-201-5414 or 1-877-676-5414.
New Citizen Alert System
We have launched a new service that allows us to alert you in the event of a potential safety hazard or concern. Once you've registered, the information you provide is protected and will not be used for any other purpose.
How to Get Involved
Wright County Public Health is in need of volunteers to respond to potential Public Health emergencies. Depending on the emergency, volunteers will be needed to perform a variety of jobs both medical and non-medical.
To register as a volunteer, please visit the Minnesota Responds website and become a member of the Medical Reserve Corps.
Thank you for your consideration in joining us to help ensure the health and safety of our community and its members.