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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

Overfill Inspections of Underground Storage Tanks (UST) 1 July 2020

Overfill Inspections of Underground Storage Tanks (UST)

California State Water Resources Control Board published a notice which clarifies the requirements for conducting overfill prevention equipment inspections of USTs

You can view the entire notice by clicking here.

Bars Ordered Closed in Riverside County in Response to Upswing in Coronavirus Cases 30 June 2020

Bars Ordered Closed in Riverside County in Response to Upswing in Coronavirus Cases

Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser has ordered all bars in Riverside County closed to help slow the spread of coronavirus, which has seen a recent upswing in confirmed cases.

Fire Prevention in Green Waste Piles 25 June 2020

Fire Prevention in Green Waste Piles

Fires occur every year in the county due to unmonitored green waste piles. These fires can burn for days and can result in costly clean ups, damage to the environment, and a strain on our fire response personnel.

If green material is left in piles for a long period of time, with the right conditions, it will start to decompose, creating a fire.

All Environmental Health Offices Open to the Public Starting June 15th, 2020 12 June 2020

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

State of California Issues Updated Guidance for Swimming Pools 12 June 2020

State of California Issues Updated Guidance for Swimming Pools

Riverside County Approved for Accelerated Stage 2 by Governor's Office 22 May 2020

Riverside County Approved for Accelerated Stage 2 by Governor's Office

Additional types of retail stores and dining rooms of restaurants are allowed to open with restrictions/modifications .

Riverside County is in the Early Stage 2 Phase of California's Roadmap to Modify the Stay-at-Home Order 13 May 2020

Riverside County is in the Early Stage 2 Phase of California's Roadmap to Modify the Stay-at-Home Order

Managing Hazardous Waste At Foreclosed Businesses 13 May 2020

Managing Hazardous Waste At Foreclosed Businesses

Property owners make sure you know how to properly dispose of any hazardous waste or material that has been left behind at your properties.

 

 

PUBLIC NOTICE: Risk Management Plans (RMP) 29 April 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE: Risk Management Plans (RMP)

PUBLIC NOTICE: In accordance with HSC 25535.2 and CCR 2745.2(c), notice is hereby given that the Risk Management Plans (RMP) are complete for site locations on the following lists: OSI Industries, LLC & GH Foods

                                                         Click to view the Formal Public Review Notice.   

Golf Courses and Some Outdoor Activities May Reopen with Restrictions 21 April 2020

Golf Courses and Some Outdoor Activities May Reopen with Restrictions

Private and public golf courses in Riverside County closed because of the coronavirus pandemic will be allowed to operate, but with certain restrictions under a revised order.

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