Environmental Health

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Mendocino County Fire Information

Comprehensive Mendocino County Fire Information
State Health Officer Urges Caution During Wildfire Cleanup


Debris Removal Program "Private Option"

Download 'RIGHT OF ENTRY' Form (pdf)

Household Hazardous Waste Fact Sheet

Programs and Services

Consumer Protection

Food Facility Inspections

Body Art Business Permits

 

Land Use / Graywater Design

Hazardous Materials

Solid Waste

Paralytic Shellfish and Rabies Surveillance Programs

 

Links

 

Permits

  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
  • CalGOLD  provides businesses with information on permits and other requirements of California agencies at all levels of government, including addresses, telephone numbers, and links to agency Internet web pages.

  

Quick Links

Payments

Environmental Health accepts credit card and debit card payments online. You will need your Facility HZ# and Invoice EH# prior to making your online payment.
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We also accept credit/debit card payments in the office at 860 N Bush Street in Ukiah.

 

Have a Question? Contact Us!

  • Main Phone Number: (707) 234-6625
  • Send us an email: Environmental Health
  • Ocean Monitoring Hotline: (707) 234-6627

Ukiah
860 N. Bush Street
Ukiah, CA 95482
(707) 234-6625


Fort Bragg
120 West Fir Street
Ft. Bragg, CA 95437
(707) 961-2714


 

The Environmental Health Division consists of 22 employees who carry out the mission to safeguard the public's health from environmental hazards. This is achieved through community education efforts and by enforcement of state and local laws to ensure safe supplies of food and water, to monitor the proper management of wastes and hazardous materials, to investigate environmental health-related causes of illness and to abate hazardous environmental health conditions. Environmental Health programs fall into 4 categories: Land Use, Consumer Protection, Hazardous Materials, and Solid Waste. Environmental Health also handles Rabies Surveillance in collaboration with the county Animal Control Department and the Public Health Lab and the Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning Program in collaboration with the State Department of Health Services.

Regular inspections of permitted facilities and investigations of complaints are handled by technically trained and licensed Environmental Health Specialists (EHS). New trends and issues in the environmental health field are closely followed by EH staff. The following programs are conducted by Mendocino County EH Department.