Environmental Services & Inspections

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Food Service Restaurants, convenience stores, grocery stores, bars, schools, private clubs, and temporary food events must obtain a permit and be approved before operation. All are inspected regularly. Get Food Service Forms
Septic Systems New system installations and repairs to existing systems must be reviewed and approved. Includes soil testing, plan review, and inspection. Get Septic Forms

Proposed building construction, including private swimming pools and sport courts, must be approved before construction can begin.

Connecticut Public Health Code Section 19-13-B100a:  Frequently asked questions about obtaining a health permit for building conversions, changes in use, or additions  

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Private Wells Private drinking water wells are regulated to ensure proper location and installation for a safe water supply. Get Well Forms
Cosmetology Salons, barber shops, spas, and massage therapy centers must obtain a permit to operate, be inspected and approved before operation. All are inspected regularly.
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Public Swimming Pools Must be inspected annually. Get Public Swimming Pool Form
Beach Water Monitoring Water is sampled during the summer at beaches to ensure that bacteria levels are safe for swimming.  
Day Care / Group Homes Must be inspected regularly. Get Application for Inspection