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.
Kane County began enforcement of the FDA code on January 1, 2019.Environmental Fees & Permits
Air Quality Main PageCarbon MonoxideLeadMoldRadon
Healthy Places CoalitionChildhood Lead Poisoning PreventionSafe Lead Removal Practices
Food Safety for ConsumersFood Service ProvidersFood Service Fees & Permits
Information & ResourcesChildhood Lead Poisoning PreventionSafe Lead Removal Practices
Nuisance Investigation, File a complaint
Inspections & Education
West Nile Virus — What is it?West Nile Virus Surveillance
Foodborne IllnessHeatNatural DisastersTicks
Non-emergency calls received after working hours will be answered the next business day.