Environmental Health Specialists provide community outreach and education on environmental health problems.
As agents for the State Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, Sanitarians and Environmental Health Specialists from the Consortium inspect and issue a license for all retail food establishments, including restaurants, grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants, public swimming pools,
hotels, motels, campgrounds and tattoo establishments.
|License application||Codes for Licensed Establishments||Carbon Monoxide Information|
Facilities must be inspected and licensed before operating.
Below are the links to the Administrative Rules for licensing.
Hotels, Motels & Tourist Rooming Houses (ATCP 72)
Bed & Breakfast Establishments (ATCP 73)
Retail Food Establishments (ATCP 75)
Safety, Maintenance & Operations of Public Pools & Water Attractions (ATCP 76)
Recreational & Educational Camps (ATCP 78)
Campgrounds (ATCP 79)
Tattooing & Body Piercing (SPS 221)
Temporary Food Application
Link to DATCP "Food Scoop" Bulletin regarding Mobil and Temporary Restaurants
I belong to a nonprofit organization and we are planning on selling hot dogs at a band concert.
Does the nonprofit organization need a license/permit?
Nonprofit organizations that prepare, serve, or sell meals up to 3 days,
or retail foods up to 12 days during any 12 – month period are exempt from licensing.
New Fee Schedule for Licensed Facilities
Letter to Operators Regarding Fees and Reinspection Fees
Any questions or complaints should be directed to:
Jefferson County Environmental Health Consortium
Please use the links below for more information on:
Fecal Incident Response Report Form
Swimming Pool and Water Attraction Death, Injury and Illness Report Form
Food Code Food Code Fact Sheets
Food & Restaurant Information Recreational Facilities
(Campgrounds, Recreational Educational Camps, Lodging, Bed & Breakfasts,
Hotels and Motels, Tourist Rooming Houses, Swimming Pools & Water Attractions)
Tattoo & Body Art Information
Environmental Health Specialists respond to problems affecting the general public such as:
|Human health hazards||Rabies control & animal bites||Flooding|
|Lead poisoning||Solid waste||Fires in Licensed Establishments|
|Radon and asbestos in buildings||Water pollution|| Concerns regarding Licensed
|Trash, garbage and junk||Indoor and outdoor air pollution||Chemical spills|
|Rats and other vermin||Housing issues||Natural disasters|