Environmental Health

Environmental Health provides program implementation in all environmental health disciplines. The environmental health staff apply planning, inspection, enforcement, and public education skills in the regulation of food establishments, sewage disposal facilities, water systems, well construction, swimming pools, and recreational health facilities, occupied housing, underground storage tank facilities, solid waste facilities, land use development, rabies and vector control, and the management of hazardous waste/materials.

If you have any questions or comments about any of these programs, please feel free to contact us at any time by calling the Mammoth Lakes Office at (760) 924-1830 or the Bridgeport Office at (760) 932-5580.



Food Safety Related to Power Outages 

CDPH Warns Consumers Not to Eat La Zagala Brand Fruit Pulp Tamarin Flavor Candy

CDPH Advierte a los Consumidores Que No Deben Comer Dulces de Tamarindo Marca La Zagala

Risk Management Plan Received

New Risk Management Plan Received

The Mono County Environmental Health Department has received a Risk Management Plan from Mammoth Pacific, L.P. regarding their binary Rankine cycle geothermal production facilities located in Mammoth Lakes. This Plan is required pursuant to the Code of Federal Regulations, CalOSHA, the California Health and Safety Code, and California Code of Regulations for the storage of extremely hazardous substances.