Environmental Health’s mission is to minimize food and water hazards through routine inspections and permitting of wholesale and retail food service establishments, cottage food operations, temporary food services, public accommodations, trailer courts and campgrounds, swimming pools and spas, schools, daycares, and community homes, tattooing and body piercing establishments, and onsite wastewater systems.
Topic of the Month:
- Well Water Quality – CLICK HERE for more information on well water quality education
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: How do I get a Septic Permit?
Question: Does this home have a septic system permit and where is the system located?
Answer: Please contact this office. Septic permits are generally filed by the original owner’s name of the house/lot that installed the septic. If there has been more than one owner of the house/lot, please have that information ready when you call our office.
Other Helpful Information
- After the Flood Tips (PDF)
- How to shock treat a contaminated well
- West Nile Virus “Fight the Bite!”
- Methods of Mosquito Control
- Septic System Permitting Fees (PDF)
- Septic Permit Application Checklist (PDF)
- Review Fees (PDF)
- Qualified Site Evaluators (PDF)
- Licensed Septic Installers (PDF)
- Septic Construction Application (PDF)
- Stillwater County Wastewater Disposal & Treatment Regulations (PDF)
- DEQ Subdivision Review Program
- Food Service Establishment License Application (PDF)
- MT DPHHS Food & Consumer Safety
- Temporary Food Service Permit (PDF)
- Stillwater County Farmers Market Guidelines (PDF)
- Stillwater County Floodplain Regulations (PDF)
- 310 / Floodplain Permit Joint Application
- Board of Health