Forms – Permits & Applications
Are vehicles allowed to smoke?
A gasoline-powered motor vehicle may not emit visible contaminants during operation, except while the engine is being warmed to the recommended operating temperature.
A diesel engine manufactured on or after January 1, 2008, may not emit visible contaminants during operation, except while the engine is being warmed to the recommended operating temperature or under a heavy tow, or unless the diesel engine is in a vehicle with a manufacturer’s gross vehicle weight rating in excess of 26,000 pounds.
A diesel engine manufactured before January 1, 2008, may not emit visible contaminants of a shade or density that obscures a contrasting background by more than 20%, for more than five consecutive seconds, except while the engine is being warmed to the recommended operating temperature or under a heavy tow, or unless the diesel engine is in a vehicle with a manufacturer’s gross vehicle weight rating in excess of 26,000 pounds.
How do I report a smoking vehicle?
Call the statewide smoking vehicle hotline at 385-GOT-SMOG (
How to chlorinate your well/spring:
Locate well casing or collection box.
Add ½ gallon of household bleach to shallow well or collection box; or 1 gallon to deep well (over 100’ deep). Measurements may vary depending on size and depth of well.
If possible, use garden hose attached to outside faucet, (same water system). Place hose 2’ into well casing and turn on water. This is to re-circulate the chlorinated water. Do this for about 1 hour. If you can not use a hose –mix the bleach in 5 gallons of water and poor into well.
Remove the hose and replace lid with sanitary seal. Check for cracks. Turn off outside hose.
Go into home and turn on all faucets until you smell chlorine.
Turn off faucets and allow chlorine to sit in lines for a minimum of 8 hours which is contact time to kill bacteria.
After contact time, Flush out chlorine, THOROUGHLY by running water for 3-4 hours onto the grass. DO NOT run through the house into the septic system. Then turn on home faucets for 5 to 10 minutes allowing chlorine to flush out of the faucets. Cautions: Not completely flushing out chlorine may cause health effects or bleach out laundry.
Wait 4 days and re-test water.
How to take a water sample:
Pick up a free sterile water sampling bottle from the health department.
Let water run at least 3-5 minutes before taking the sample, preferably through a non-filtered spigot or tap (bathtub faucet). If taking an outdoor sample, take it from the spigot or valve (not the hose).
Fill the sample bottle exactly to the 100 mL mark on the bottle, be careful not to contaminate the lid or inside the bottle.
Close the bottle securely, and bring it in to the Health Department as soon as possible. (sample need to be run within 24 hours) Please keep the sample refrigerated or surrounded by ice until sample is dropped off.
Drop off sample at 85 E 1800 N Logan Monday through Thursday between 8am and 4:30pm. You can drop off at Brigham City and Tremonton locations as well.
Samples will be read 24 hours from sample reading. Due to the number of sample run, only positive (dirty) samples will receive a phone call. All other samples will be notified by mail within a couple of weeks.