ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DIVISION
Services include education, evaluation, inspection and/or consultation on issues which have an impact on the environmental public health concerns of the community. The service of our staff is available to residents, contractors, organizations, and businesses.
If you are seeking assistance with permits, licenses, inspections, or consulting services, contact our office to speak to a representative. Our staff is most accessible for questions Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Food Establishments and Food Trucks
Body Art (Tattoo and Body Piercing)
Public Swimming Pools/Spas
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All inspections, including plumbing and septic, completed prior to March 2020 are available upon request.
Inspection reports may not be representative of the overall, long-term conditions within a facility. Inspection information provided shows only the conditions of the facility at the time of the inspection. It is a “snapshot” of the day and time that the inspection occurred. A single inspection report should not be used to evaluate the overall operation of an establishment. Looking at a facility’s inspection results over a period of time gives a more accurate picture of that facility’s commitment to compliance.
PLUMBING AND SEPTIC
All professionals performing sewage or plumbing work are required by the Ohio Revised Code/Administrative Code to be registered with the local health district where they are working. Please see our Fees, Forms, and Applications page for a list of professionals registered with the Butler County Health District.
We advise the public to USE ONLY REGISTERED OR LICENSED PROFESSIONALS to do sewage or plumbing work. The public is advised NOT to use persons if they are not listed on our website. If you have a question about someone who may have registered after publication of this list, please call our office and ask about their registration status (513-863-1770). Persons performing plumbing or sewage work in Butler County while unregistered will be turned over to the Prosecutor's Office for further action.
If you know of persons performing work in Butler County who are not registered, please file a complaint with us in writing via the Contact Us page, by sending an email to BOH@butlercountyohio.org, or a letter by mail.
Thank you for your assistance in keeping the people of Butler County healthy!
There are currently no enforcement actions for public pools, schools, campgrounds, food services and body art at this time.
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Food Service Operation9 documents
- Facility Layout & Equipment Review (Guidelines) & Review Application
- Micromarket Plan Review Application
- Guidelines and Application for a Temporary Food Service License 2023 Updated 12/1/2022
- Mobile Plan Review Guidelines & Application
- Fire Department Mobile Food Truck Requirements
- Food Truck Fire Fact Sheet
- Providers of Person-In-Charge (PIC) Certification in Food Protection (formerly "level one") & Manager Certification in Food Protection (formerly "level two") Food Safety Training
- Ohio Food Safety Code
- Ohio Department of Agriculture Division of Food Safety
Private Water8 documents
- Water Sample Request 2021
- PFAS (Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) Factsheet
- Water System Permit
- Steps for Constructing a Private Water System
- Requirements for sealing Abandonment Private Wells or Keeping a Private Well after connecting to Public Water or Drilling a New Well - FAQ's
- Disinfection of Water Well
- Private Water Rules
- Septic Permit
- Septic Tank Abandonment Permit
- Sewage Treatment Systems Regulation
- Sewage Treatment FAQ
- Sewage Contractor Test Link
- Aerobic Unit Maintenance
- Sewage System Operation Survey
- Contractor Testing Requirements
- Operation & Maintenance Assesment Report Updated 7/21/22
- NPDES Information for Homeowners
- Sewage System Rules
- Health Review for Zoning Variance Approval (use if your local zoning department is requesting)
- Variance Application (use when requesting the Board of Health to allow a deviation from rule)
- Household Sewage Treatment System (HSTS) and Ohio Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF): Program Overview and Application Grant to help homeowners with septic system repairs: Updated 11/16/22
Soil Scientist / Designers1 document
- Site Soil Evaluators and Designer Consultations Updated 8/15/22
Public Water5 documents
Septic Registered Professionals1 document
- Sewage Haulers, Providers and Installers Updated 9/7/2022