One of the most important public health concerns is “Environmental Public Health.” Environmental Health strives to prevent illness, injury and death related to environmental causes. Wright County Health Department provides environmental public health services in Wright County by a trained Environmental Public Health Specialist. Services and inspections are provided in accordance with the Wright County Food Code Ordinance, the Missouri Food Code and Missouri state laws and regulations.
Food sanitation & protection and inspection (Restaurant/Food Establishments); Sewage Treatment Complaint/Inspection; Solid Waste Disposal; Daycare Licensing Inspection; Lodging Sanitation; Institutional Sanitation; Community Environmental Sanitation; Water Supply Evaluation (Well Testing); General Vector Control; Occupational Health; Consumer Product Safety; Fire Safety (Lodging); Risk Assessment; Building Related Illnesses; and Epidemiological Investigation.
For information on the most current recalls, please click on the following links:
Temporary Food Permits
TEMPORARY FOOD PERMITS (CLICK HERE)
TEMPORARY FOOD BROUCHURE (CLICK HERE)
ACKNOLWLEDGEMENT OF TEMP FOOD REGULATIONS (CLICK HERE)
COVERLETTER FOR TEMP FOOD PERMITS (CLICK HERE)
ITEMS NEEDED TO ENSURE SERVING OF SAFE FOOD (CLICK HERE)
MISSOURI 1999 FOOD CODE UPDATE (CLICK HERE)
Onsite Waste Water Permits
SEPTIC PERMITS (CLICK HERE)
Farmer’s Markets Information
For more information contact:
Jeff Ward, Environmental Public Health Specialist
Phone: 417-741-7791 ext. 7