Our Environmental Health Services Department conducts inspections and surveillance activities to protect the public from diseases that are largely food or water borne. This section permits and inspects food service operations, septic tank and home aeration systems, water wells, day care facilities, swimming pools and mobile home parks. Besides food and water borne diseases, the Environmental Health Services Department also conducts a variety of activities to monitor West Nile Disease, such as mosquito trapping and dead bird collection, and to monitor the spread of Rabies by collecting and analyzing the brain stems of certain dead animals.
Office Hours: 8:00 to 4:00 Monday through Friday
8-24-2022 West Virginia Vectorborne Disease Surveillance Report