The Jefferson County Health Department works in partnership with the City of Watertown Department of Public Health for Environmental Health Services through the Jefferson County Environmental Health Consortium.
Environmental Health Specialists provide community outreach and education on environmental health problems.
As agents for the State Division of Public Health and the Department of Agriculture, Sanitarians and Environmental Health Specialists from the Consortium inspect and issue a license for all retail food establishments, including restaurants, grocery stores and gas stations and restaurants, public swimming pools, hotels, motels, campgrounds and tattoo establishments. Facilities must be inspected and licensed before operating.
Codes for Licensed Establishments
Carbon Monoxide Information
Any questions or complaints should be directed to:
or Jeff Larkin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Health Specialists respond to problems affecting the general public such as:
- Human health hazards
- Lead poisoning
- Radon and asbestos in buildings
- Trash, garbage and junk
- Rats and other vermin
- Rabies control & animal bites
- Solid waste
- Water pollution
- Indoor and outdoor air pollution
- Housing issues
- Fires in Licensed Establishments
- Concerns regarding Licensed Establishments such a Fires or Flooding
- Chemical spills
- Natural disasters