E N V I R O N M E N T A L H E A L T H
Public Closure - Nevada County Environmental Health Dept March 19, 2020
Environmental Health encourages online submittals during the public closure. Land Use submittals can be made by clicking on the "Applying for Permits" icon found below. All other submittals involving Consumer Protection and Hazardous Materials can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Although our office is closed to the public, Environmental Health plans to provide the best customer service possible. Staff will be available via email or phone (530)265-1222 X: 3, please contact us with any questions or concerns.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates:
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2020 Nevada County Mosquito Fish Giveaway
It’s that time of year again. With warm weather fast approaching please help the Nevada County Enivronmental Health Department stop the spread of dangerous diseases by combating Mosquito populations. Nevada County will be hosting free Mosquito fish giveaways. For dates please check out the fyler below or please visit https://www.mynevadacounty.com/2370/Mosquito-Fish-Giveaway Thank you for helping keep Nevada County safe.
Environmental Health Workshop- Retail Food Operations in Nevada County Q&A
CANCELED - Rescheduled date to be determined
Please join the Nevada County Environmental Health Department for a workshop for those working or are interested in the retail food industry on Thursday, March 19th from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.For more information please see our Flyer.
If you’d like to attend please follow the link to fill out an Interest in attendence form as there is only limited seating available. Please sign up at www.mynevadacounty.com/EHWorkshop.
ASSEMBLY BILL (AB 626) UPDATE
The bill allowing residential home owners to prepare home cooked meals for sale to the public has NOT been approved by Nevada County. Applies to all regions in Nevada County.
Click the link below for more information
Septic Requirements for Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU’s)
Per Section L-11, 3.19.1:
7. All water supply and sewage disposal requirements shall be complied with as administered by the Department of Environmental Health - Local Area Management Plan (LAMP) and Onsite Wastewater Treatment System (OWTS) Policy, Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) constructed with kitchens, which includes cooking equipment, will be required to install an additional septic tank to reduce the load on the existing disposal field, if the existing disposal field is of adequate capacity to handle the additional flows from the ADU. In the event that the existing disposal field cannot handle the additional load or flow from the ADU, a new, separate septic system shall be installed to accommodate the ADU.
Town of Truckee Office Closed to the Public until Further Notice
For assistance please contact the Nevada County Environmental Health Representative for TOT, Jo Paden (530)470-2787 email@example.com or contact the Nevada City office at (530)265-1222 X:3