The Environmental Health Division provides educational materials and programs, conducts inspections, licensing, regulation enforcement, and reporting of activities of public and private health matters to appropriate agencies. The division is involved in a wide range of programs that have the potential to impact the health and welfare of the residents of Fulton County. The programs take a close look at the food we eat, the water we drink, the soil around our homes, the disposal of wastes, and other human activities that affect the health of those around us. This division works closely with local, municipal, township, and county officials to address the needs of their residents. They also work with regional, state, and national agencies involved with public health and environmental issues that affect our residents.
- Food Protection
- Household Sewage Treatment Systems (HSTS)
- Manufactured Home Parks
- Private Water Systems
- Public Health Nuisances
- Rabies Control Investigations
- School Environment Inspection