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Having clean water is essential for good health. For bacteriological water sampling pick up a sampling bottle at our Environmental Health Location.
$25 Bacteriological Sample
$30 Quantitative bacteriological Sample
$30 Nitrate Sample
Drop Off Location:
Bear River Health Department, Environmental Building
85 East 1800 North Logan, Utah
Monday – Wednesday
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
8:00 AM to Noon
Samples are not collected on Fridays.
Food Safety – Restaurant Health Complaint
If you suspect that a food is contaminated or has made you or someone sick, please report it by clicking on the button below or call us at 435-792-6570.
Temporary Food Permit
Temporary food permits are required to sell or give away food to the public. Permits are required for any group or individual who wishes to serve food at a temporary event. To avoid a late fee get your permit at least one week prior to the event.
$40 One Day Event
$10/day Additional Days (for the same event)
$10 Late Fee (if 6 days before an event)
$50 Late Fee (if day of event)
$150 Multi-Event (Non-TCS Foods)
$200 Multi-Event (TCS Foods)
Multi event permits are valid for one year. TCS Foods =Time/Temperature Control for Safety, which includes items such as meat, poultry, dairy products, eggs, cut fruits, cooked vegetables, etc.
Food Establishment Permits
(Any person, establishment, or business serving food to the public must be permitted. Before applying for a permit there are three basic questions that need to be answered.
• What type of food, or how many types of food will be prepared and served?
• Where will service take place?
• As only special events like celebrations or fairs, from a permanent building, or from a mobile establishment that operates on a regular basis?
In addition to the permit for the establishment, it may be required that each person at an establishment get food safety training. Each person at a permanently permitted establishment must have a Food Handler’s Permit. At least one person at each permanently permitted establishment must have a Food Safety Manager Certification.
New Establishment and Information Packet (Printable): All new food establishments must complete this packet. This packet includes information on plan review submissions, applications, food handler and food safety manager classes.
New Establishment and Information Packet for Mobile Food Establishments (Printable): All mobile food trucks/trailers, etc must complete this packet.
Food Service Permit Application (Printable): All permanent food service establishments must complete this form.
Current Air Quality Conditions
Cache and Box Elder Counties are located in Airshed 4
It can be challenging to determine when it is safe to have recess outdoors. Here are the guidelines.
PM 2.5 above 55.5: All students stay indoors.
PM 2.5 35.5 – 55.4: Students with respiratory symptoms & sensitive students stay indoors.
PM 2.5 below 35.4: All students outdoors.
Wood Burning Stoves
Vehicle Air Quality
Vehicle Emissions Program
Where can I get my vehicle inspected? How can I prepare for an emissions inspection? What if I fail an emissions inspection?
Prospective & Current Emissions Inspectors:
Before you plan to advertise your event, please fill out the form to ensure that you’re approved to host your gathering and that the location is equipped with all required necessities. Mass gathering permit are needed for any event serving 1,000 people or more for 2 hours or more.
$225 Per Event
There are two different application forms, please select the one that best fits your needs at this time:
Cost Pool/Spa Permit Application:
$250 Year round pool/spa
$200 Seasonal pool/spa
Cost Pool/Spa Plan ReviewApplication:
$200 body of water (New/Remodeled Facility)
$100 body of water (Change/Transfer of Ownership)
Septic & Subdivision Septic Applications
There are two different application forms, please select the one that best fits your needs:
Lists of Resources
Body Art Applications
There are three different application forms, please select the one that best fits your needs at this time:
Household hazardous waste is made of any leftover and unwanted household products that contain corrosive, toxic, ignitable, or reactive ingredients. These products commonly have warning labels with signal words such as: “DANGEROUS” or “POISON”. Household hazardous waste includes, but is not limited to: paints, oils, batteries, pesticides, repellants, mercury, antifreeze, wood stains, etc.
You should not dispose of Hazardous household waste in your trash or poor chemicals down the drain. These items can pose a threat to sanitarian workers and the landfills and can contaminate the environment if not deposed of properly. Household hazardous waste can be disposed of at Logan Landfill Household Hazardous Waste Facility.
No Smoking Signage
The Utah Indoor Clean Air Act (UICAA) requires all businesses that allow access by the public to place a “No Smoking” sign at each entrance. Please clinck on the button use the form below to order signage from us.