Environmental Health

As a certified health department, the Logan County Department of Public Health (LCDPH), through a Local Health Protection Grant from the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), conducts regulatory programs to help ensure safe food is served at local establishments, private on-site wastewater systems properly dispose sewage, and safe drinking (potable) water is provided by new and existing water wells.  In addition to public health core regulatory programs, LCDPH Division of Environmental Health also enforces local and state laws related to nuisance control, tanning and body art facilies.

In addition to compliance enforcement, the Division of Environmental Health provides education and/or consultations related to all the above services as well as an annual mosquito surveillance, prevention and education program made possible with grant funding from IDPH.  If you would like information related to any of the LCDPH environmental health programs, you can click on the links below or you can contact the Division of Environmental Health at 217-735-2317.

PROGRAMS

FOOD SAFETY

SEWAGE DISPOSAL                                                                          

POTABLE WATER                                                

NUISANCE CONTROL                                                                             

WEST NILE VIRUS

TANNING

BODY ART

FOOD INSPECTION SCORES

MISCELLANEOUS ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION & LINKS

PESTS & VECTORS

RADON

MOLD

LEAD POISONING

FLOODS/DISASTERS & CLEAN UP

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

ILLINOIS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL

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