If you have questions please contact the Environmental Health Department: (530) 265-1222, Option 3.
This includes permanent food facilities, as regulated by the California Retail Food Code, temporary food facilities (TFF's), mobile food facilities, cottage food, caterers, community events, general food safety, B&B's, and Ag Homestays.
This includes on-site soil evaluations (OSSE) and septic systems, followin the County of Nevada Sewage Disposal Ordinance.
This includes small water systems and private residential wells.
This website includes hazardous materials (CUPA); the hazardous materials business plan, including the CalEPA requirements; the hazardous water generator program; above ground petroleum storage; the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS); and household hazardous waste.
This includes tattooing, body piercing, branding and permanent cosmetics.
Including the California Organized Camps statutes.