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Environmental Health - About Us


You may now bring your water samples to our 3 different field offices.

Daytona Beach Field Office
1845 Holsonback Drive, Daytona Beach, 32117
Drop off sample(s) by 10:45 a.m.


New Smyrna Beach Field Office
717 W. Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach, 32168
Drop off sample(s) by 11:30 a.m.


Deland Field Office
121 W. Rich Avenue, Deland, 32720
Drop off sample(s) by 12:30 p.m.


New Service! Pay your fees and print your permit online.


To check the status of an inspection for any of our programs please visit The Florida Department of Health Inspection Reports and Data webpage.


Report on the status of sewage disposal and collection in
Volusia County, Florida
. Download the report.


Do you need to report a food or waterborne illness? Jump to the Florida Department of Health's online reporting site.

Do you want to report an unsafe or unsanitary condition in a restaurant, caterer or mobile food unit? Report the condition online at the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.


Volusia County Environmental Health seeks to protect, promote, and enhance the health and well-being of the public and the environment through the application of scientific principles, education, and environmental health laws and regulations.

Environmental Health Specialists perform food hygiene, group care, tattoo, body art, mobile home park and tanning facility sanitation inspections; conduct on-site soil evaluations and inspections of septic systems; perform bacteriological and chemical sampling of public and private wells; ensure the proper handling and disposal of biomedical waste; conduct zoonotic disease and rabies investigations, and public swimming pool sanitation inspections. Environmental Health Specialists also monitor and permit public drinking water systems and perform well surveillance sampling.

An equally important function of Environmental Health is to provide timely advice and information to the public, businesses, and other governmental agencies on public health issues and concerns. This is especially critical when the health of Volusia County residents and visitors is threatened during emergencies such as hurricanes, fires, floods, hazardous materials incidents, sewage spills, and outbreaks of disease.

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Page last updated: 11/20/13