Welcome to the Environmental Health Website!!

 It is our hope that this website will help offer an easier mechanism by which to assist our clients with our services.  You may now access forms and guidance for all of our programs here, as well as answers to frequently asked questions.  In addition complaints can now be submitted online straight to our division, and payment links make permit payments a click away!  We hope you find our website useful and look forward to serving you.  

The Tulare County Division of Environmental Health is a full-service division that is dedicated to protecting the health of people and the environment in Tulare County.


Swimming Pool Safety

Dear Tulare County community member,

As pools begin to close for the winter season, we at Tulare County environmental health would like to reemphasize the importance of pool safety. While pools may be closed during these months, drowning is still a very real threat. Pool/spa related drowning continues to be one of the leading preventable causes of injury or death in children ages 0-5. We all have a part to play to help eliminate these unnecessary hazards and keep swimming pools safe even if they are unused during these colder months. We encourage you to take advantage of the many resources we have available on our stie. We offer self-inspection checklists, winterization tips and instructions, insightful safety videos, and much more for you to use at your convenience. From all of us at Tulare County division of environmental health have a fun, safe, and healthy winter season. 

Flood Guidance 

If you have been affected by the recent flooding below is guidance on returning to your home safely. Flood Guidance 

 

If you have any damage to your property or home please complete the PROPERTY DAMAGE FORM for Resource Management Agency follow up. 

There is also a call center to assist you with any questions in regards to flooding and services available. The call center is available from 8am-8pm  at 559-802-9791.

Up to date evacuation information  

 


Interested in becoming a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS)?

Click  to see the job description for an Environmental Health Specialist and to subscribe (click green subscribe button) to be notified when positions are available! 

Overview of a REHS

Environmental Health PPT Slide 4


 


NEW DROPBOX

Do you need to drop off a payment or set of plans and do not want to go into the building? You no longer have to!

The new drop box is located outside on the east side of front entrance, labeled: HHSA/Public Health/Environmental Health.

Plans may be dropped off Monday – Thursday from 7:00 A.M. to 4;30 P.M. and Fridays from 8 A.M. to 11:30 P.M. Excluding weekends and holidays. No CASH please, only checks and money orders. The drop box is locked and secure and is emptied twice a day by staff.

Payments may also be made online at - Tularecountyeh.org

 

NUEVO buzón

¿Necesita dejar un pago o planos y no quiere entrar al edificio? ¡Ya no tienes que hacerlo!

El nuevo buzón está ubicado afuera al lado en la entrada principal, etiquetado: HHSA / Salud Pública / Salud Ambiental.

Los planos se pueden dejar de lunes a jueves a partir de las 7:00 a. M. a las 4; 30 P.M. y viernes a partir de las 8 a.m. hasta las 11:30 p.m.  excepto fines de semana y días festivos. No EFECTIVO por favor, solo cheques y giros postales. El buzón está cerrado y seguro, y el personal lo vacía dos veces al día.

Los pagos también se pueden realizar electrónicos por el sitio web - Tularecountyeh.org

 

Do you have questions and need to contact your assigned inspector?  Please see our staff email and contact information list! 

 

Did You Know it's Free?

Disposal of your household hazardous waste can be done any Saturday at the permanent facility located at 335 N. Cain Street, Visalia, from 8-1pm at no charge!  We also have special Saturday Events coming to a city near you!  Event locations and times

 

 

Do you need a permit?

If you would like to make and sell food to the public, you need a permit! Our inspectors are here to help you!  Staffs contact information

All of our forms and guidance are here to assist you through the permitting process.

For your safety, consumers of mobile food facilities should be sure they are permitted.  Here's what to look for.

¿Necesita un permiso?
Si desea hacer y vender comida al público, ¡necesita un permiso! ¡Nuestros inspectores están aquí para ayudarle! Información para contactar los inspectores.
Todos nuestros formularios y guías están aquí para ayudarlo a través del proceso de permisos.
 

 

 

After Hour Emergency Calls

The Environmental health 24-hour emergency notification number is 624-7400.  After normal business hours (Monday-Thursday 7:30am to 5:30pm, Friday 8am to 12pm) the call will be answered by our answering service, ABC Communications.  The answering service will contact the assigned on-call EH emergency response personnel. 

 

 

Advertisement Tulare County Environmental Health Household Hazardous Waste Service

Help keep Tulare County clean by taking Household Hazardous Waste to the Visalia Corp Yard, or to one of our many Clean Up Events!  Clean up Events days and times are posted under public information.