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All Environmental Health Offices Open to the Public Starting June 15th, 2020

  • 12 June 2020
  • Author: Ryan Vasquez
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All Environmental Health Offices Open to the Public Starting June 15th, 2020

As we increase our routine inspection activities and open our lobbies again to the public, we are following new protocols to protect you, our employees, your employees, and the public. 

Our employees have been trained on COVID-19 and how to prevent the spread.  Necessary protective measures are being implemented to provide a healthy and safe workplace for county employees and the customers we serve. 

Departments are taking steps to ensure basic health screenings for the public and employees upon entry of all county buildings. This screening will include basic health questions to determine if individuals may have COVID like symptoms.

All of our Environmental Health offices have instituted protocols including general wellness reminders/screening of customers and staff, regular disinfection of frequently touched surfaces and physical distancing. While in our offices you will be asked to wear a face cover and follow our lobby procedures. Please do not bring others to our offices and appointments are strongly encouraged.  We appreciate the challenges that recovery will bring to industry. Our employees remain available to you as before, and our offices welcome you back. We also encourage you to conduct business through our website. Please check our website often for frequent updates, industry resources, and training materials.

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