Other Environmental Health Programs & Services
Department of Health & Human Services Licensed Facilities
Environmental health inspections are conducted in foster homes, day care centers and children’s camps for compliance with public health standards.
Public Swimming Pools and Spas
Annual licensing and inspections of public swimming pools and spas are conducted to evaluate water quality safety and mechanical components. For EGLE forms and regulations click here.
Call your local office for more information on food licensing:
Luce: (906) 293-5107, ext 303
Mackinac: (906) 643-1100, ext 233
Alger: (906) 387-2297, ext 401
Schoolcraft: (906) 341-6951, ext 110
Annual inspections of campground are conducted to review compliance with public health standards.
The Michigan Indoor Radon Program is a non-regulatory program and its purpose is to increase awareness of the health risk associated with exposure to elevated indoor radon levels, to encourage testing for radon, and to also encourage citizens to take action to reduce their exposure once elevated radon levels are found.
Radon Test Kits are available at each of our offices, free of charge.
Additional Radon information:
Septage Hauler Licensing
In collaboration with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Environmental Health staff license and inspect septage hauler vehicles and dump sites. Complaints related to dumping septage waste are also investigated.