The Oak Park Health Department is hosting a community meeting at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, July 19 at the Oak Park Public Library, 834 Lake St., as part of its ongoing effort to build its community health assessment and strategic plan, known as the IPLAN. During the meeting Health Department staff will share results of several community assessments and attendees will be able to participate in activities to help choose the topics that will be included in the final plan. Throughout the year, the Health Department provides services including animal licensing and control, health education, restaurant inspections, connections to local health care systems, emergency preparedness management and response, and communicable infection and disease prevention. As a state-certified health department, the Oak Park Health Department completes a community health assessment and strategic plan every five years that serves as a guide to local public health initiatives and programming. Visit www.oak-park.us/iplan22 for the latest updates about the project and information about opportunities for engagement during July and August.