Environmental Health / Licensing
This program has the responsibility for inspections of eating, drinking, and retail food establishments; inspections of public swimming pools; monitoring lead and asbestos hazards; assuring safe drinking water especially at the community well; indoor air quality concerns; elimination of public health hazards; and enforcement of weights and measures standards for consumer protection.
The health department receives grants to help fund the environmental health programs. In addition, the health department collects annual permit fees to cover the cost of the inspection programs in the eating, drinking, retail food establishments, weights and measures establishments, etc.
For additional information or questions about the services provided by environmental health, please call Todd Drew, RS at 967-3520.
Non-Profit Temporary Restaurants
EPA's Registered Antimicrobial Products Effective Against Norovirus
Clean-Up of Vomit and Diarrheal Events
Vomit and Diarrhea Cleaning Procedure Template
Clean-Up Kit Contents
Clean-Up and Disinfection for Norovirus ("Stomach Bug")
Quick Start Guide: State Agents and Restaurants
Updates on Certified Food Protection Manager Requirements (DATCP)