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Incorporated in 1957 and encompassing 11.7 square miles, Greenfield is the 20th largest city in Wisconsin.  The City of Greenfield Health Department provides a variety of programs and services to meet its mission to protect and promote the optimal health and wellness of all 36,672 community members.

The Greenfield Health Department focuses on providing essential services such as:

  • Communicable disease control
  • Childhood and adult immunizations
  • Restaurant and retail food inspections and licensing
  • Inspection and licensing of hotels/motels, public pools and body art establishments
  • Investigating human health issues and hazards
  • Animal bite investigation
  • Community health education and outreach
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Linking the community to needed services
  • Researching public health issues
  • Monitoring population health data
  • Radon Kit dispersal
  • Community and academic partnerships and collaborations
  • Managing a seasonal Farmers Market thereby providing  a variety of healthy, locally grown products

Please contact the Greenfield Health Department with questions at 414-329-5275 or visit our website ( to learn more about our department’s programs and services.  We are also on Facebook and Twitter.