Health Department - Environmental
The mission of this division is to promote and protect human health and well
being and foster a safe and healthier environment through assessment, policy
development, and assurance.
is Environmental Health?
The Division of Environmental Health is charged with the responsibility of
surveillance and control of Environmental Health programs that affect our daily
lives, such as food, water, sewerage, disease investigations and more recently,
All-Hazards Response events. These are just a few of the major Environmental
Health concerns that our trained Environmental Health Specialists are responsible
for, while enhancing and protecting the health care needs of the citizens of
Cheyenne and Laramie County.
Health Programs include: food safety in permanent and itinerant
food facilities, rural property evaluations, wastewater permitting
and inspections, drinking water safety, daycare and school
health, mobile home park and RV park inspections, swimming
pool sanitation and safety, recreational sanitation, disease
control, public health nuisance abatement, All Hazards
Response, and other miscellaneous investigations, surveillance
staff consisting of five Environmental Health Specialists,
and an Office Manager, under the direction of the Program
Director and Supervisor handles program activities competently
and efficiently. Full and complete lines of communications
are essential to the inspections, consultations, investigations,
plan reviews, evaluations, sampling and training activities
involved in maintaining this successful program designed to fulfill
the mission of the Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department.
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
100 Central Avenue, Suite 261, Cheyenne, WY 82007