Environmental Health Services

The Kenosha County Division of Health - Environmental Health Services unit is dedicated to preserve and enhance the public health environment of Kenosha County. It does so by providing information, regulation, education, and intervention in the areas of Food, Water, Waste, Recreation, Lodging, Environmental and Human Health Hazards, and Consumer Protection while providing these services in a professional and responsive manner.

The following is a listing, with links, of the services provided:

  • Animal / Rabies Control
    • Dog/Cat owner responsibilities
    • Contact information for animal bites
    • General rabies information
    • Bats and rabies
  • City Blighted Lot Ordinance Enforcement
  • City Weights and Measures Program
  • Uniform Laws and Regulations and License Application
  • Enforcement of City animal nuisance laws
  • Environmental and Human Health Hazard Complaints
  • Food Borne Outbreak Investigations
  • Food Establishments
    • Code and licensing requirements
    • Certified food manager information
    • Education materials and handouts
  • Food Safety for Consumers
  • Indoor Air Quality
    • Air quality problems in the home
    • Carbon Monoxide, flooding, mold & asbestos

  • Lead Poisoning
  • Lodging and Recreation Establishments
  • Molybdenum in Drinking Water Fact Sheet
  • On-Line Credit Card Payments
  • Pools, Whirlpools and Aquatic Centers
    • Code and licensing requirements
    • Educational materials and forms
  • Radon
  • Restaurant Inspection Report Summaries
  • Tattoo and Body Piercing Establishment
    • Licensing and regulation
  • Temporary Food Stands
    • Requirements to serve food
    • Licensing of temporary food stands
  • Transient Non-Community Wells
    • Sampling and Inspection
  • West Nilve Virus Information