A safe and healthy environment is crucial to the well being of each individual. Environmental Health programs are an essential part of Florida's Public Health services. These programs are aimed at preventing or reducing health risks that may occur in our daily surroundings. To insure delivery at the closest possible level, 19 Environmental Health programs are currently administered through the County Health Department.
The Florida Environmental Public Health Tracking Program Launches New Online Portal.
In collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Florida Environmental Public Health Tracking Program is pleased to announce the launch of its online portal. Please visit us at www.floridatracking.com and www.cdc.gov/ephtracking/
Mosquito or drainage complaints need to be filed with Clay County Public Works. They can be reached at GCS (904) 284-6335 or OP/MBG (904) 269-6335 or KH (352) 473-3711 or you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Complaints regarding noise, junk vehicles, abandoned property, unkempt yards, or private pools go through Code Enforcement. They can be reached at (904)284/269-6310.
Online Septic Records Retrieval
eBridge Solutions is a web-based records storage system. Available records include all final septic inspections from 2000 to present.
The retrieve tab is located in the upper left-hand side of the screen. Under “permit type” select Septic. You can search by permit number, street address, zip code, applicant name, Parcel ID #, and date.
Chapter 381- PUBLIC HEALTH: GENERAL PROVISIONS
Chapter 386 - PARTICULAR CONDITIONS AFFECTING PUBLIC HEALTH
Florida Administrative Code
64E-6 Onsite Sewage
64E-8 Limited Use Water
64E-11 Food Hygiene
64E-16 Biomedical Waste
64E-19 Body Piercing