Richard W. Simon, AICP, Director of Resource Management
Carla Serio, REHS, Environmental Health Director
1855 Placer Street, Suite 201
Redding, California 96001
Phone: (530) 225-5787
Fax: (530) 225-5413
The Environmental Health Division (EHD) is charged with the responsibility of enforcement of pertinent California health laws, rules, regulations, and Shasta County Ordinances. This responsibility covers Shasta County as well as the three incorporated cities within the County.
While the traditional objectives of the EHD have focused on the control of microbiological hazards, new areas of potential public health concern have arisen. These areas involve solid and liquid wastes, water pollution, food contaminants, storage and handling of hazardous materials, and other problems of a completely different nature and magnitude than epidemic diseases of the past. The EHD has subsequently responded with significant changes in both mandates and corresponding objectives. In order to better clarify the EHD's responsibilities, the following overview was designed to provide a brief description of its organizational structure.
On-Line Restaurant Inspection Results
For on-line restaurant inspection results, click the following link: Restaurant Inspection Results
On-Line Hazardous Material Reporting
To visit the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS) and begin your Hazardous Materials reporting online, as
is now required, please click the link below.
California Environmental Reporting System (CERS)-Business Portal
Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems
Shasta County has drafted a Local Agency Management Program (LAMP) for Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems. The Board of Supervisors has granted approval to submit this Proposed LAMP to the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board. Additionally, a Resolution of Intent to implement the approved LAMP has been signed. This Resolution will be part of the submittal package which is due no later than May 13, 2016.
State OWTS Policy Summary Fact Sheet:
The State Water Quality Control Board’s “Policy for Siting, Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems” (also known as: OWTS Policy):
The State Water Quality Control Board’s website summarizing their process:
Shasta County Local Agency Management Program for Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems (OWTS)
Summary of Shasta County Local Agency Management Plan (LAMP) for Onsite Waste Water Treatment Systems (OWTS) - March 2017
Federal Law Regarding Service Animals
ADA Requirements: Service Animals