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Environmental Health Services receives a number of requests for information and assistance related to asbestos containing materials, asbestos abatement, and regulations.
Insects, Vector & Pesticides
The Vector Surveillance Program protects the public from exposure to vector-borne diseases, such as Lyme disease, hantavirus, and plague and is designed to provide a minimum level of surveillance and complaint response to protect public health from animals, which can cause disease in the human population such as ticks, rodents, mosquitoes, fleas, and Africanized honeybees.
The Environmental Health Services receives a number of requests for information and assistance related to lead-based paint and associated soil contamination.
Environmental Health Service receives a number of requests for information and assistance concerning the mold in the home, workplace, or schools.