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Environmental Health

 

The efforts of the Environmental Health Division are directed toward monitoring

the “health” of the environment, so the residents of Escambia County can experience optimum health now and in generations to come. Our Environmental Health Specialists utilize their education and training in the natural, physical, and environmental sciences to promote public health through outreach and the control of environmental factors. We are responsible for conducting inspections, issuing permits and licenses, enforcing statutes and codes, and for responding to questions regarding environmental concerns.


 

Programs
Beaches Food Hygiene Septic Tanks & Sewage
Biomedical Waste Mobile Home Parks Swimming Pools
Body Piercing Salons Petroleum Clean-up Tanning Salons
Disaster Response Petroleum Storage Tanks Tattoo

Drinking Water

Private & Public Schools Water Quality Research
Facility Programs Rabies Control
Application and Permitting Forms
Division of Environmental Health
Fee Schedule
Food Establishment Guide (122.3kb; pdf)
Septic Tank Application Package (71.5kb; pdf)

eBridge Solutions

 
eBridge Solutions is a web-based records storage system. The Environmental Health Division of the Escambia County Health Department is currently scanning all completed septic records with an application date on or after October 1998 into this system.   Septic Inspection

 

Not all records are available at this time, however, we are consistently scanning records. If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please call 850-595-6700.

To access the eBridge Solutions system, please follow these steps:

  • Go to ebridge.com

  • Click "Login"

  • Username: public

  • Password: public

  • File Cabinet: ECHD ENV HEALTH

The retrieve tab is located in the upper left-hand side of the screen. You can search by permit type, permit number, street address, inspection date, or any searchable text.

 

Contact Information

 

Special Topics

Recycling Roundup free and safe disposal of end of life electronics and household hazardous waste.
Dead Bird - Proper disposal procedures

Phone: 850-595-6700

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Location:
1300 West Gregory Street (at corner of Gregory and “G” Street)
Pensacola, FL 32502

Commercial Pool Inspection

 

Related Links

 

Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations
Center for Disease Control
Environmental Protection Agency
Florida Department of Children and Families
Department of Environmental Protection
Florida Environmental Health Association
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Florida Fish Consumption Advisories

 

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