New customer service and lobby hours
Starting November 18, Public Health’s customer service desk will be open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Wednesdays, hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Drinking water and wells
Keeping our drinking, bathing and wash water safe by monitoring public water systems, reviewing plans for new systems and wells, and providing maintenance resources to property owners.
Protecting you from food borne illness by testing food workers on proper food handling methods and inspecting all Clark County food establishments.
Protect you and your family from West Nile Virus. Prevent mosquito bites and don't give mosquitoes a place to breed.
Inspecting swimming and water recreation facilities, testing the water quality at public beaches, and notifying the public when conditions are unsafe.
Protecting public health and the environment by preventing both human exposure to sewage and the contamination of our groundwater by ensuring the proper placement, design, installation, and maintenance of on-site septic systems.
Protecting your health and the environment by monitoring landfills and recycling facilities and coordinating the investigation and clean-up of illegal waste sites.
Environmental Public Health On-line Permitting System Questions and Responses (PDF)
Text of the environmental public health slide show - PDF file.