Lisa McCafferty, R.S., MPH
Public Health Director


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1062 State Route 38
PO Box 120
Owego, NY 13827

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Healthy Neighborhoods Program

How Safe Is Your Home?

The Healthy Neighborhoods Program (HNP) provides a free in home assessment focusing on home safety.  An HNP team member can discuss areas where safety can be improved and may also supply FREE items to assist you with making your home safer!

 Tioga County Residents can call 687-8390 to schedule a FREE home safety check!

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Child Passenger Safety Week Event at Iron Kettle Farm

Last Updated: Thursday, September 14, 2017

National Child Passenger Safety Week is September 17th – 23rd ! This year, Tioga County Public Health is
teaming up with Iron Kettle Farm during the Fall Family Fun Trail Weekend to hold a Car Seat Check
Event. Did you know that 90% of car seats are installed or used incorrectly? By getting your child’s seat
checked, you can feel confident that your child is safe while riding in your car.

When: Sunday, September 17th from 1 – 3 PM
Where: Iron Kettle Farm (707 Owego Road, Candor, NY 13743)
Cost: FREE!

There will be Certified Car Seat Technicians on hand to check for:
Correct Car Seat Installation
Car Seat Fit for Your Child
Expired and/or Damaged Car Seats

Tioga County Public Health will have car seats on-hand to replace any seats that are found to be
expired or do not properly fit your child; these seats are replaced at no cost to the family. Replacement
seats are available for families living in Tioga County.

For additional information, please contact Kylie Gates at 607-687-8612 or

This event is made possible with a grant from the Floyd Hooker Foundation, a grant from the Community
Foundation of South Central New York, and funding from the National Highway Safety Administration with a
grant from the NYS Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee.

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