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Environmental Health


Concerns regarding the sanitation or food service practices of a particular establishment, or most other environmental health issues, can be reported by calling your local office:

  • Branch County: 517-279-9561 ext. 106
  • Hillsdale County: 517-437-7395 ext. 311
  • St. Joseph County: 269-273-2161 ext. 233

Well and Septic Permits
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Food Service Licensing
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Environmental Health Code
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Food Class Registration
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NEW -  Michigan Septic Replacement Loan Program

The Septic Replacement Loan Program, created in partnership with the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE), provides low-interest financing to Michigan homeowners for the replacement of failing or near-failing septic systems.

Homeowners can access two loan tiers by working with a Michigan Saves authorized septic installation contractor: income-based financing (tier one) and market-based loans (tier two). Information collected in the loan application will determine the tier the applicant will be considered for. For both tiers, actual rates, terms, and loan amounts may vary based on factors collected during the loan application.

Homeowners will work with a Michigan Saves authorized septic installation contractor. Income-based financing will range from $1,000 - $30,000, and market-based loans will range from $1,000 - $50,000 per project, actual rates, terms, and loan amounts will vary. More information and details are available here.

If you are interested in becoming an authorized contractor with Michigan Saves, you can find more information here.


Organization Information

Annual Reports


Organization Documents

- Strategic Plan
- Mission and Vision
- Agency Organization Chart