8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday - Friday
Water samples can only be collected between
1-4 p.m. on Mondays due to the lab's pickup
schedule. These must be collected at the
Our goals: Ensure the minimal risk of injury, disease and vector
exposure to persons utilizing camps.
How we accomplish our goals: Periodic inspections, education
of operators, enforcement of regulations in all areas of sanitation
Our goals: Prevention of food-borne illness and conditions that cause
illness ~ including prepration, transportation, storage and serving.
Ensure a healthy environment in food service facilities.
How we accomplish our goals: Routine system of periodic
inspections, plan review,operator education, and regulation enforcement.
Our goals: Protect community against public health nuisance conditions
that could adversely affect the health and welfare of persons in the
How we accomplish our goals: Promote public awareness of the
importance of a clean, healthy environment. Abate threats to public health
through ordinances, orders, court action, and demolition.
Our goals: Prevent spread of waterborne diseases, related illnesses and
accidents at public swimming pools and spas.
How we accomplish our goals: Periodic inspections, education of
operators, enforcement of regulations, monitoring of chemicals, water
quality, and equipment.
Pools & Spas
Our goals: Protect the public from the spread of rabies and to promote
awareness of the dangers of rabies.
How we accomplish our goals: Monitoring of a nationwide immunization
program, quarantine isolation and observation during bite case (both human
and animal), and suspect case animal head submissions to the Ohio
Department of Health for clinical testing.
RULES & REGULATIONS
Our goals: Reduce the risk of infectious diseases transmitted by
improperly or inadequately treated sewage.
How we accomplish our goals: Permitting, site evaluation, system
design, installation inspections, operational inspections, soil surveys
(disposal and replacement areas), lot splits and subdivision review.
Our goals: Prevent disease, safety hazards, and unsanitary conditions in
parks. Minimize the potential for injury, disease transmission.
How we accomplish our goals: routine system of inspections, education
Our goals: Reduce the risk of infection from vector-borne diseases (such
as West Nile Virus, St. Louis encephalistis, Rocky Mountain Spotted
Fever, Lyme disease).
How we accomplish our goals: Provide information to the public
regarding the prevention of vector-borne diseases. Monitoring of mosquito
and tick population and environmental conditions that would harbor breeding
of such vectors.
Links & Downloads
Brian King, S.I.T., B.S.
Jenny Coe, S.I.T., B.S.
Scherika Brinson, S.I.T., B.S.
Environmental Health provides the following services:
Information about Bed Bugs
Private Water Systems
Fayette County Health District
317 S. Fayette Street
Washington C.H., OH 43160
General Phone: 740-335-5910
Environmental Health: 740-333-3590
Help Me Grow: 740-335-5111
General Fax: 740-333-3528
24/7 Phone Number: 740-505-1936
Locally Approved Haulers