- Public Health
- Environmental Health
You may not realize it, but environmental public health is a part of your everyday life, from the food we eat to the water we drink. Jefferson County Public Health works to prevent, investigate and respond to health threats from environmental sources, such as our air, water, land, the food we eat and the domestic and wild animals and insects we encounter. Jefferson County Public Health collaborates with the Planning and Zoning Department to provide Environmental Health Permit Searches on food establishments and on-site wastewater (septic systems).
Public Health Records
Select the button or link above to submit a request for Public Health Records, including Environmental Health Records.
Jefferson County Public Health's Air Quality Control Section helps protect our air by monitoring air pollutants and enforcing the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission's Regulations.
Diseases transmitted from animals to humans are referred to as animal-borne, or zoonotic, diseases.
Climate Change & Health
Climate change already affects human health and disease in many ways.
Drinking Water & Wastewater
Jefferson County Public Health’s water quality program works in conjunction with the state health department to assure both manmade and naturally occurring contaminants stay out of our drinking water.
View answers to frequently asked questions regarding public health.
The JCPH Food Protection and Safety Program works to prevent foodborne illness outbreaks and assure that Jefferson County citizens and visitors are provided with safe food.
Forms & Planning Documents
View forms and applications needed for the different aspects of environmental health services.
Land Use Planning
Jefferson County Public Health ensures that public and environmental health issues such as water, sanitation, air, noise and active living concepts are evaluated and considered in land use decisions.
Homes/buildings that were built before 1978 may contain lead based products.
Other Regulated Facilities
Learn about inspections and assessments required for facilities such as body art establishments, child care institutions, schools, and landfills.
Many items that end up in our landfills can be recycled and reused.