- You are here
- Environmental Health
The Colorado legislature recently passed Senate Bill 20B-001. Part of this bill provides funding to support certain retail food establishments (defined as “brick and mortar establishments licensed in the category 0-100 seats, 101-200 seats, and over 200 seats, or commonly referred to as “restaurants” and any limited facility that would be characterized with a business model primarily as a “bar”), impacted in 2020 by capacity restrictions imposed to address the COVID-19 pandemic. If you operated as a restaurant and/or bar in 2020, funding from this bill provides payment of your 2021 license fees.
For restaurants and/or bars, if you have already paid for your 2021 license fee, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) will provide a refund of your 2021 license fee sometime in the first quarter of 2021. If you are a restaurant and/or bar, and have not yet paid your 2021 license fees, DO NOT MAKE A PAYMENT; Tri-County Health Department will receive a payment from CDPHE on your behalf.
If your establishment does not qualify per the above State-assigned designations, 2021 license fees are due by 12/31/2020.
If you have questions, please call the Tri-County Health Department invoicing hotline at 720-358-8355.
Pay Environmental Health Fees Online
Pay fees using our online service
You can now pay your environmental health fees online. Please use a credit card to make a payment. We accept Master Card, VISA, Discover and American Express.
Our environmental health programs focus on preventing communicable diseases and environmental conditions that could be harmful to your health.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Environmental Health Services have been adjusted as follows
All change of ownership and routine inspections for the retail food, body art, pools, and child care facilities are being postponed.
Final inspections of new restaurants will be evaluated on a case by case basis and may be conducted if approval can be accomplished through virtual means.
Final inspections of new child care centers will be evaluated on a case by case basis and may be conducted if approval can be accomplished through virtual means or by onsite inspections if social distancing can be maintained and proper PPE is available
Public Health Concerns
Environmental Health Staff are still taking complaints and concerns of public health significance.
- Complete our COVID-19 Complaint Form for all COVID-19 concerns.
- Complete our Complaint Form for all other complaints and concerns,.
Retail food, mobile food, and pool plan reviews can be dropped off at our Greenwood Village office, 6162 South Willow Drive, Suite 100 Englewood, CO 80111.
New Mobile Food inspections are being conducted through virtual means.
Do you need to update any owner or facility contact information? Has the ownership status of your business changed? If so, please complete this Change of Address or Ownership Status form and return to by either:
- Emailing the form to EHBilling@tchd.org
- Mailing the for to Tri-County Health Department, c/o Environmental Health, 6162 South Willow Drive, Suite 100 Englewood, CO 80111
- Dropping it off at any of our offices near you
Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems
Environmental Health Staff will continue processing new, repair, and use permits. Site and final inspection field visits are still being conducted. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an inspection.
Health Inspection Reports Online
Health Inspections are available online for all restaurants, childcare, public/semi-public pools, and body art/tattooing in our area from July 2013 to the present.