Environmental Health Home

The Environmental Health Division evaluates and monitors health
hazards affecting county residents and visitors.  We enforce Public
Health Law and the New York State Sanitary Code. We also oversee
the plan review for new facilities we regulate as a health department,
and respond to complaints regarding public health.

Environmental Health Permit Fees and Fines can be Paid Here


Ticks and Lyme Disease
Mosquitoes and Diseases
Fluoride in Water
Giant Hogweed

Boil Water Information

Boil Water Notices - Frequently Asked Questions for Hospitals and Other Resident Medical Facilities

Boil Water Notices - Frequently Asked Questions for Residents and Homeowners

Boil Water Notices - Fact Sheet and Templates for Public Drinking Water Suppliers

Boil Water Notices - Frequently Asked Questions from Food Service Establishment Operators





Food Protection Program Permit Application   New Downloadable form
  Permit Application Instructions
Rabies Program Permit Fee Schedule
Public Water Supply and Sewage Program Pay Permit Fees and Fines

Community Sanitation Program

  • Temporary Residencies
  • Children's Camps
  • Swimming Pools/Bathing Beaches
  • Campgrounds

Mobile Home Parks

Tanning Program

Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

Healthy Neighborhoods Program

Indoor Air Quality

  • Clean Indoor Air Act
  • ATUPA (Adolescent Tobacco Use Prevention Act)

Vector Borne Disease Surveillance

  • West Nile Virus
  • EEE


 Contact Us

 Hours of Operation:
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Monday - Friday

Phone: 315-798-5064
After-hours Emergency Contact: 315-798-5064
Toll-free in NYS: 1-800-541-0151 ext. 5064
Fax: 315-798-6486