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Environmental Public Health

Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County Environmental Public Health Program


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Office Relocation & Change to Hours for Environmental Health:

Due to the relocation of DOH-St. Johns County’s Environmental Health office, routine services are NOW available at the Health & Human Services Complex.

As always, Environmental Health appointment requests, inquiries, and/or sanitary nuisance reports can be made by phone: 904-506-6081

Notice of Relocation (PDF, 186KB)

The Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County (DOH-St. Johns) works to protect people from disease of environmental origin. Environmental health activities focus on prevention, preparedness, and education which are implemented through routine monitoring, education, and surveillance of facilities and conditions that may contribute to the occurrence or transmission of disease.

DOH-St. Johns is currently responsible for over 1,000 entities in Florida’s fastest growing county! The work of DOH-St. Johns Environmental Health Specialists is focused on the review of permit applications, ongoing compliance assessments and site evaluations, and permitting for environmental health Operating or Construction Permits.

Programs implemented locally by DOH–St. Johns include, but are not limited to, those outlined in the links on this page. Information on these and other DOH programs is available at the DOH – Environmental Health website.

Applying for a permit for the first time?

Application forms, reference materials, and website links to related Florida Statutes are available for review via the DOH - Environmental Health website. It is recommended that complete applications be submitted in person. Please note that submitting complete applications will help expedite the review process. It is also important to note that some permit application types also require the review of DOH’s Bureau of Environmental Health located in Tallahassee, FL.

Paying for your Inspection Report or Permit by credit card?

Please Note:

The Credit Card Authorization form may only be submitted by Fax.

Download the Form: Credit Card Authorization Form (PDF, 156KB)

Scheduling an appointment with an Environmental Specialist?

  • Technical questions can only be answered by a certified Environmental Specialist.
  • An Environmental Specialist is available for office hours Monday through Thursday from 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
  • To schedule an appointment, please call DOH-St. Johns.

Need a copy of an inspection report or permit?

In general, most inspection reports and permits are available online via the DOH - Inspection Reports and permits webpage. If you are unable to find what you are looking for, please call or email us SJCHD.EH@flhealth.gov

Need to pay an Operating Permit Renewal Fee?

Fees can be paid online for the annual renewal of some operating permits for most DOH Environmental Health programs. Please visit www.MyFloridaEHPermit.com

How to contact the DOH-St. Johns Environmental Health Team

  • DOH-St. Johns County’s Environmental Health Relocated October 17, 2022
  • Services will NO LONGER be provided from the SJC Building Department.
  • The DOH-St. Johns County Environmental Health office relocated to the
    following location:
  • As always, Environmental Health appointment requests, inquiries, and/or
    sanitary nuisance reports can be made by phone: 904-506-6081
  • The DOH-St. Johns County Environmental Health Team can be reached via email at: SJCHD.EH@flhealth.gov
  • Environmental Public Health staff can be reached Monday through Friday during normal business hours by calling DOH-St. Johns.

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