The Environmental Health Division of the Sanilac County Health Department is responsible for protecting the public health, and the health of our environment. This is accomplished by implementing state-mandated programs and also performing non-mandated services for the local community.

Each mandated program has minimum requirements set by the State of Michigan. These requirements must be met for the Sanilac County Health Department to be accredited.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & PERMITS

ATTENTION: Applications must be filled in and then printed, signed/Dated, and then submitted by one of the following:

1) Scanned and emailed to EH@sanilachealth.com

2) Faxed to (810) 648-2646

3) Mailed to: Sanilac County Health Department

                       171 Dawson Street Ste. 123

                       Sandusky, MI 48471

For the most current health department news you can visit our Facebook page

or contact us directly at 810-648-4098

Environmental Health Includes: 

Click the links below to learn more and find permits and/or forms.

FOIA Request Form  -  form updated 7/1/2020

Well Program

Septic Program

Soil Evaluations

Water Analysis
Bed Bugs
Adult Foster Care and Child Day Care Centers
Fee Schedule
Indoor Air
Plan Reviews
Swimming Pools
Type II Non-Community Water Program
Campgrounds
Inspections and Permits
Preliminary Soil Evaluations
Surface Water Monitoring
Waste Water Management/Septic
Well Permits
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Sanilac County Health Dept.

171 Dawson St., Suite 123

Sandusky, MI 48471

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