Environmental health activities focus on prevention, preparedness and education and are implemented through routine monitoring, education, surveillance and sampling of facilities and conditions that may contribute to the occurrence or transmission of disease.
Other services include: beach water testing, food hygiene, indoor air quality, lead surveillance, sanitary nuisances, rabies, onsite sewage treatment (septic tanks) maintenance, tattoo and piercing parlor inspections, hazardous waste disposal, group care facilities inspections, public swimming pools, tanning facilities, mobile home parks and campgrounds, day care and foster care inspections.
**Please refer clients to the main Monroe County Health Department number as there are number changes happening until April 2019, staff will refer you to the appropriate departments.**
languages: English, Spanish
5503 College Road, DJJ Building, Room 208R, Key West, FL , 33040