As part of Public Health's charge to protect the community, TCPH
maintains a variety of functions that monitor the local environment
and regular business activities that can affect the public's health.
Occasional climate issues, and planning for them, are also part of the
Public Health response.
A major division at Public Health, Environmental Health inspects and
issues permits for food service establishments and public swimming
pools, performs vector control in unincorporated county areas,
monitors sewage disposal, water supply systems and stormwater runoff,
and also provides community education and outreach programs.
This part of Public Health partners with community organizations, municipalities, health care providers and businesses to plan and implement response and recovery measures in the event of a public health threat or emergency.
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