​Environmental Health

The Kane County Environmental Health Program strives to protect public health through programs specifically designed to promote healthy environmental conditions and reduce risks associated with communicable disease.

Our goals are to preserve and protect environmental health via surveillance, education, enforcement, and prevention of environmental hazards that can adversely affect human health.

Food Service Operators -  New Illinois Food Code

Kane County will begin enforcement of the FDA code on January 1, 2019.
Environmental Fees & Permits

Air Quality

Air Quality Main Page
Carbon Monoxide
Lead
Mold
Radon

Healthy Places Coalition
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
Safe Lead Removal Practices

Food

Food Safety for Consumers
Food Service Providers
Food Service Fees & Permits

Lead Poisoning Prevention

Information & Resources
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
Safe Lead Removal Practices

Property Maintenance

Nuisance Investigation, File a complaint

Septic & Sewage

Inspections & Education

Tanning Facilities

Inspections

Water

Well Inspection

West Nile

West Nile Virus — What is it?
West Nile Virus Surveillance

Other Helpful Environmental Information:

Foodborne Illness
Heat
Natural Disasters
Ticks