Notice of Cost Recovery Adjustment

The Board of Supervisors approved the Department of Environmental Health’s (DEH) cost recovery proposal on April 18 and 25, 2018. San Diego County Board of Supervisors policy B-29 requires DEH to be full cost recovery. Since DEH's last adjusted fees, the department has focused on how to offset rising costs by gaining operational efficiencies, leveraging technology to streamline work, and implementing business re-engineering projects.  

The approved fees in DEH’s cost recovery proposal are provided in the list of approved fees.  The fees shown for FY 18-19 will be effective July 1, 2018.

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About DEH

The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) enhances San Diegans' quality of life by protecting public health and safeguarding environmental quality, educating the public to increase environmental awareness, and implementing and enforcing local, state, and federal environmental laws. DEH regulates the following: retail food safety; public housing; public swimming pools; small drinking water systems; mobile-home parks; onsite wastewater systems; recreational water; aboveground and underground storage tanks and cleanup oversight; and medical and hazardous materials and waste. In addition, DEH serves as the Solid Waste Local Enforcement Agency, prevents disease carried by rats and mosquitoes and helps to ensure safe workplaces for County employees.

DEH is currently recruiting for the following positions:

Chief, Department Operations -  Food & Housing Division

Vector Control Technician IV 

Environmental Health Specialist III – HMD

Environmental Health Specialist II-LWQ 

These are open recruitments

For Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.) regarding County job applications, please click here.

 

 

For updates on the Hepatitis A outbreak in the San Diego region please see our Food Program What’s New page and visit the County Health and Human Services Agency website. 

 

Help "Fight the Bite" and stay safe from mosquito borne diseases like Zika, West Nile virus, dengue, chikungunya and yellow fever by Protecting yourself from getting bitten and Preventing mosquitoes from breeding in your homes. Check out this short video to learn how! (Spanish version)
Watch this video to learn how DEH inspects restaurants to make sure the food you're served is cooked, prepared, and stored safely.
And find out how DEH protects public health and safeguards our environment with everything from restaurant inspections to testing water at our beaches and from underground storage tanks to HazMat response in this brief video.

Use the "MENU" Tab at the Top of Our Pages to Easily Navigate to Any DEH Division or Programs

The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) invites you to make appointments with our programs using the online scheduler. Click on the "Click! to Schedule" icon to make an appointment.