- Arbovirus Mosquito-borne Illness
- Biomedical Waste
- Body Piercing
- Built and Natural Environment
- Drinking Water Laboratory
- Environmental Health Preparedness
- Florida Healthy Beaches
- Food Hygiene
- Grease Interceptors
- Indian River Lagoon
- Migrant Labor
- Mobile Home Parks
- Private Well Water
- Rabies Surveillance (Animal Bites)
- Residential Facilities and Schools
- Rodent Control
- Seafood Consumption
- Small Quantity Generators
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Florida Department of Health in Indian River County’s Environmental Health section protects Indian River County’s residents and visitors from natural and man-made health risks and exposures.
To protect the public from potential illnesses and injuries of an environmental nature, core Environmental Health activities focus on prevention, preparedness, and education. Diverse program authority, under the county, state and federal law, allows Environmental Health to implement these activities through investigation, routine monitoring of regulated facilities, education, surveillance, and sampling.
Environmental Health also provides timely guidance and information to the public, businesses, and other governmental agencies on public health issues and concerns when the health of Indian River County residents and visitors is threatened during emergencies such as hurricanes, fires, floods, hazardous materials incidents, sewage spills, and disease outbreaks.
Fees Note: There may be local and state fees for some environmental health services. Please call 772-794-7440 for current fees.
- Pay Environmental Health fees online and print permit
- Credit Card Authorization Form for DOH-Indian River
- Check Status of an Inspection at a Regulated Facility or Notification of Enforcement Actions
- For local enforcement action, visit our Environmental Control Hearing Board webpage
- Report a Foodborne or Waterborne Illness Online
- Report an Unsanitary Condition at a Restaurant, Caterer or Mobile Food Unit
- Report a public lodging complaint including apartments with 5 or more units, hotels, motels and short term rentals, including vacation homes
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