The Health Department consists of six divisions: Environmental Health, Storm Water Management, Neighborhood Protection, Mosquito Control, Community Service and Animal Services.
The Department is responsible for the public environmental health concerns of the City. Included programs are: food establishment permits and inspections, public swimming pool permits and inspections, vector control (mosquito control), environmental pollution complaints, animal control and animal shelter services, storm water management programs, municipal drainage utility fee system, storm water construction compliance, neighborhood public nuisance complaints (high grass, weeds, illegal dumpsites and junk vehicles), public education and information opportunities and major scheduled clean-up activities.
Our mission is to provide outstanding Public Health Services in order to promote an appropriate level of assurance to the general public that the environment in which they live, work and play is both safe and healthy by the best use of human resources, technology, education and common sense.
To continue to develop infrastructure and resources to effectively meet the needs of the community.