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Beaches, Pools and Campgrounds - LCHD provides environmental health inspections for: public swimming pools,
public bathing beaches, and
- LCHD evaluates of facilities in Livingston County that perform
tattooing (including permanent cosmetics), body piercing (except for
just piercing the ear), or branding. They must have a license from the
State of Michigan and must be inspected annually by the Livingston
County Environmental Health Division.
Child and Adult Care Facilities - LCHD evaluates child care facilities as well as child and adult foster care facilities.
- LCHD evaluates food service establishments to ensure proper food
handling and review standard operations to eliminate potential food
borne illness. LCHD trains and certifies food service employees and
Housing and Indoor Air
- LCHD provides information and consultation on various sources of air
pollutants and housing issues, such as bed bugs, radon, mold, lead,
asbestos, mercury, carbon monoxide, environmental tobacco smoke, and
volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
Sanitarian Area Assignments
- LCHD evaluates conditions for suitability of onsite sewage disposal,
evaluates system construction, and complaints of improper operation and
maintenance of onsite sewage disposal facilities. LCHD acts as the local
permitting agency for all residential and small commercial onsite
sewage treatment systems.
Ticks - LCHD provides information and identification of ticks that may carry the bacteria that causes Lyme disease.
- LCHD is working collaboratively with the Michigan Department of
Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Michigan Department of Health and
Human Services (MDHHS) to evaluate the potential for indoor air quality
health risks in areas with historical groundwater contamination sites.
- LCHD acts as the local permitting agency for all residential and
small public water supply systems and maintains active involvement in
mapping and monitoring sites of environmental concern within the county.
Well & Septic Records - View land records, includes permit documents, with associated site plans, and inspection information.
Public Non-Community/Type II Water Supply
- A type II non-community public water supply is a water system that
provides water for drinking or household purposes to 25 or more persons
or have 15 or more service connections at least 60 days per year.
Examples include: industries, large resorts, restaurants, day care
facilities, and schools.
For the training -
Drinking Water Operator Certification Program (DEQ) orDEQ Approved Courses