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Environmental Health Services

350 Montevue Ln.
Frederick, MD  21701

Ph: (301) 600-1719

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

After Hours

Call Central Alarm
(301) 600-1603
Environmental Health Services provides investigation and enforcement for a variety of environmental health concerns and supplies the public with preventative information through media releases, pamphlets, training sessions, and public speakers.

"Healthy Citizens in a Healthy Environment through Education & Enforcement" 



PUBLIC NOTICES
Woman Bitten at Ballenger Creek Dog Park - Feb. 19, 2014  Unidentified Dog Bites Woman
Man Bitten at Yellow Springs Food Lion Center - Feb. 20, 2014   Unidentified Dog Bites Man
Dog Bite In Spring Ridge Development - April 17, 2014  Unknown Dog Bites Teenager
Man Bitten on Woodville Road - April 19, 2014  Man Bitten by Mastiff Type Dog

 
FOOD SAFETY 
    -  For information on Food Safety and Recalls

MARYLANDERS SHOULD NOT CONSUME RICE PORRIDGE
    Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene Press Release

FOOD ALLERGY AWARENESS

    -  Effective March 1, 2014, Maryland Annotated Code, Health General 21-330.2(A) requires all food service facilities to prominently display a Food Allergy Awareness poster in the staff area of the facility.  Additional information regarding food allergies and awareness can be found at the above link.


CONSUMER ADVISORY
     -  Consumer Advisory regarding Listeria in Roos Food cheeses
        Listeria Press Release - English
        Listeria Press Release - Espanol
        Listeria Consumer Advice Sheet - English       
        Listeria Consumer Advice Sheet - Espanol

PRESS RELEASE - October 19, 2012
Effective January 1, 2013 any new installations of septic systems in the State of Maryland will be fitted with Best Available Technologies (BAT).  After this date, conventional septic systems will no longer be accepted for new construction.  This action will be in compliance with Code of Maryland (COMAR 26.04.02.07) regulations.  For further information please read
Best Available Technologies (BAT)