Enviromental Health

Health inspectors are not just inspecting restaurants. They do so much more to protect you from environmental health problems.

STATE MANDATED LICENSING PROGRAMS:

  • Food Service Operations, Retail Food Establishments, Mobile Food Service Operations, Mobile Retail Food Establishments, Vending Machine Locations, Temporary Food Service Operations and Temporary Retail Food Establishments.
  • Public Swimming Pools and Spas.
  • Public RV Parks.

NON-MANDATED PROGRAMS:

  • Nuisance Complaints (trash, garbage, poor housing conditions, high grass, weeds, etc.)
  • Rental Housing Inspections on complaint bases.
  • Annual Plumber Licenses.
  • Residential and Commercial Plumbing Permits and Inspections.
  • Private Waste Water System Permits and Evaluations.
  • School Environment Sanitation Inspections.
  • Tattoo and Body Piercing Establishment Permits.
  • Vector-Borne Diseases Surveillance and Control. Including but not limited to: Animal Bites, Rabies, Dead Bird Surveillance and Mosquito Control for West-Nile Virus, Tick Submission for Lyme Disease, Rocky-Mountain Spotted Fever, etc.

OTHER FUNCTIONS AND SERVICES:

  • Emergency Disaster Response Team.
  • Public Educations: Food Safety Class every third Thursday of the month. (Call Beth Tullius at 373-0611 ext. 2305 for more information and registration).

USEFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS AND WEB SITE LINKS:

 

For more information or questions regarding Marietta City Environmental Health, please feel free to contact us at (740) 373-0611 x 2305.