Environmental Health staff work on multiple programs daily to keep the community healthy. Here we provide information on some of the many programs we cover along with rules and regulations guiding those programs. Our goal is to prevent illness through education, surveillance, and enforcement. See the District 4 Environmental Health Indicators Report outlining prevention indicators and identified target areas.

Contact an Environmental Health Office near you, here.

 

Coweta County Environmental Health Customer Service Survey

Please help us serve you better by taking a couple of minutes to tell us about the service you have received. We value your business and want to make sure we meet your expectations.

To do that, we need your feedback by completing a quick customer service survey about your visit from the day of your service.

 

Swimming Pools

All public pool, spa or recreational water parks must obtain a valid operating permit from the local health authority. Environmental Health inspects these facilities and trains staff to minimize illnesses and injuries associated with contaminated or hazardous conditions in or around swimming pools.

Rules and Regulations governing Swimming Pools (511-3-5):
CLICK HERE for more information.

Sewage Management – click here for information.

Pool Healthy Safe Swimming Poster

Chemical Hazards Program
This program provides technical assistance, health consultations and health assessments of identified hazardous waste sites.
CLICK HERE for more information.

Where to Find Information About Mold
E.P.A. Websites:
www.epa.gov/mold/
www.epa.gov/iaq/molds/moldresources.html
DPH Indoor Air Quality/Mold