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Welcome to the Riverside County Department of

Environmental Health

Riverside County Department of Environmental Health is dedicated to protecting the health of people and the environment in Riverside County. To learn more about programs that the Department oversees please visit the Our Services page.

 

       

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Welcome To The Department Of Environmental Health

Curious about what we do in Environmental Health?  Here are some examples of how Environmental Health Specialists work to protect the health and well-being of people and the environment on a daily basis. 

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OUR MISSION

The mission of the Department of Environmental Health is to enhance the quality of life in Riverside County by implementation of effective and efficient environmental health programs to protect the public health, safety and the environment.

 

News and Events

Heavy Rains and Flooding - Be Aware and Wise 23 December 2021

Heavy Rains and Flooding - Be Aware and Wise

Heavy rains often bring flooding.  Be aware of your surroundings.

Don't Waste, Donate! 21 December 2021

Don't Waste, Donate!

Senate Bill 1383 (SB 1383) created a statewide target goal of reducing the disposal of organic waste by 75% by 2025 with an additional goal of rescuing at least 20% of edible food fit for human consumption currently going to waste.  Certain aspects of the bill take effect on January 1, 2022.

Restaurant Revitalization Fund 17 December 2021

Restaurant Revitalization Fund

This program provides emergency assistance for eligible restaurants, bars, and other qualifying businesses impacted by COVID-19

Local health officials report what may be first human case of Hantavirus in Riverside County 1 November 2021

Local health officials report what may be first human case of Hantavirus in Riverside County

Health officials are urging people who frequent remote areas of Riverside County to take precautions after confirming what is believed to be the first human case of Hantavirus in the county.

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