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Mecklenburg County Public Health - Environmental Health Division, focuses on all aspects of the natural and human-made environment effecting human health. Our goal is to prevent the spread of disease and promote personal safety through proper sanitation, safe food, clean water, the management of disease-carrying pests, and proper disposal of waste.
We strive to provide the best customer service possible. If you have any questions or concerns, please scroll to the bottom of the page for our information and do not hesitate to contact us.
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Temp Food Establishments
Pushcarts and Mobile Food Units
Child Day Care
Home Daycare Facilities
Schools, Lodging and Institutions
Homeowner and Contractor Info
Septic Permit Status Check
Forms and Applications
Swimming Pool: Public
Swimming Pool: Residential
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Find out what the Mayoral Youth Employment Program Students learned about being an Environmental Health Specialist.
Start at the StorePrevent foodborne illness with these safe food handling tips.
Bed bugs have become a common problem throughout the country. They have been found in homes, hotels, college campuses, businesses, as well as other places. Bed bugs are rarely associated with unsanitary conditions and infestations can occur to anyone. For more information about bed bugs download our
bed bugs information document. Also available
Daniel Ortiz | Environmental Health Director | P: 980-314-1636 | E: Daniel.Ortiz@mecklenburgcountync.govJeremy Michael | Environmental Health Manager - Groundwater & Wastewater Services and Pools & Environmental Health Services | P: 980-314-1642 | E: Jeremy.Michael@mecklenburgcountync.govStephen Graham | Environmental Health Manager - Food & Facilities Sanitation Program | P: 980-314-1634 | Stephen.Graham@mecklenburgcountync.govAmber Daniels | Environmental Health Manager - Planning and Support Services | P: 980-314-3470 | Amber.Daniels@mecklenburgcountync.gov
On July 1, 2021 Mecklenburg County will increase service capacity. Read the latest service availability update.