• New 2016 Environmental Health Fee Increases

    2016 Fee Increases for Health Department ServicesTap Water

    The Summit County Health Department has increased fees for some programs and services starting January 1, 2016.

    The fee increases are in the Environmental Health Department. This program oversees restaurants, waste water quality, air quality and other environmental components of the Summit County Health Department.

    For a complete listing of Environmental Health Services and new Fees click here.

  • Special Event Permitting

    Temporary Food Establishment Permitting Informationsundance

    Are you a commercial operation planning on serving food at an event this winter? If so, you need a Temporary Food Establishment Permit issued through the Health Department.

    Permits are obtained online through the Summit County Health Permits page by clicking here.

    For more information on current applications and procedures please call Leslie Freemen at 435-333-1510 or email to lfreeman@summitcounty.org.

  • Protect Your Family from Radon

    Radon test kits are now available at the Summit County Health Department.radiation_warning

    Did you know that radon is the #1 cause of lung cancer among non-smokers in the US? One in four Utah homes have unsafe radon levels and high levels of radon in American households kill approximately 20,000 people each year.

    Protect your family by testing for radon in your home and help the Health Department track high areas of radon in our community. The Health Department is offering radon test kits for you to sample the air where you live. The cost for each kit is $10.00 and this includes lab analysis.

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