Food

Service

Inspections

Permits

Environmental Health

San Juan County has a wonderful environment, clean air, clean water, thousands of acres of unspoiled public lands to enjoy. San Juan Public Health’s Division of Environmental Health is here to help you. Please browse through the many programs offered here, consultations are free. Remember consultations and questions are answered for free. Please call (435) 359-0038. Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 9:00AM – 4:00PM to 5:00PM, Monday through Friday.

Food

Service

Drinking Water

 

 

Drinking Water

 

Food Safety

 

 

 

 

Food Service

 

Food Handlers Permit

 

 

Temporary Food Service 3 days

Well water sampling

Water chemistry of San Juan County

 

$15.00 per sample

 

Food Service Permits (Annual)

Temporary Food Service Permits (Temp)

Food Handler Permits

Design and approval of kitchens

 

Annual permit is $100.00

 

$20.00 for Three years

$5.00 for replacement of card

 

Permit is $20.00

 

 

Inspections

Asbestos

 

Day Care

 

 

Housing

 

 

Lead Based Paint

 

Pests

 

 

 

 

Schools

 

Solid and Hazardous Waste

 

 

Swimming Pools

 

 

 

Swimming Pools

Inspections

 

Inspections

$40.00 Per Inspection

 

Inspections

Mold

 

Inspections

 

Rodents

Mosquitoes

Cockroaches

Flies

 

Inspections

 

Inspections

Used Oil

 

Design, Operation

 

And hot tubs and Maintenance

 

$20.00 Per Water Sample

 

 

 

Permits

Individual waster Water

 

Mass Gathering

 

Recertification

 

Septic Systems

 

 

 

Well Certification

Permit is $30.00 + Plus Travel Reimbursement*

 

$500.00 Per Event

 

$75.00 + plus Travel Reimbursement*

 

Septic System Permits (Septic Permit)

Location of your septic system

Operation and Maintenance of your system

 

$75.00 + plus Travel Reimbursement*

* Travel reimbursement, charge of $.50 a mile, round trip, when inspection is 15 miles

from Monticello, UT or Blanding, UT

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Our mission is to protect and promote the health of all San Juan County residents by preventing illness and injury, establishing and promoting healthy environments, advocating policy based on scientific knowledge of issues relating to public health, promoting services which address personal health and well-being, informing and educating the community regarding issues of public health, and providing a committed, educated and effective public health professional work force.