Environmental Health

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Environmental Health (EH) Services have been adjusted as follows:  

Retail Food, Child Care, Swimming Pools, Body Art

o    All routine, change of ownership or opening inspections for retail food, body art, pools, and child care facilities are being postponed. 

o    EH Staff are still taking complaints/concerns of public health significance 

o    Retail food, mobile food and pool plan reviews can be dropped off at our Greenwood Village office at 6162 South Willow Drive, Suite 100

o    New Mobile Food inspections are not being conducted at this time

o    2019 Mobile Food license holders may continue to operate until May 1st, 2020 mobile license inspections will be done after May 1st.  


Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems

o    EH Staff  will continue processing new, repair, and use permits

o    Site and final inspection field visits are still being conducted. Email ehwebfillableforms@tchd.org to request an inspection

o    EH Staff are still taking complaints/concerns of public health significance 

 Household Chemical Roundup

o    May 16th Household Chemical Roundup event scheduled for Parker has been postponed

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.

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.