Environmental Health

4/22/2020 Monitor Your Pets PSA:

Most exposures involving wildlife occur  because most owners doesn’t scan their property before they let their pets out. The Hampton Animal Response Team recommends that citizens monitor their pets while they are outside, never leaving them unattended. Whether your property is fenced in or not, monitoring your pets reduces the chances of an attack from other domestic animals that may be stray, as well as wildlife.  With spring here, many newborn wild animals have made their way on our properties. We would simply ask that owners take extra precautions to scan their yards for any stray animals and stay outside with their pets so you can keep them safe and enjoy the warmer weather together!

Protection from foodborne illness, waterborne diseases, and animal diseases

Protection from Foodborne Illness

Protection from Waterborne Diseases

  • Septic System Design and Permits
  • Well Design and Permits
  • Subdivision Review
  • Swimming Pool Inspections

Protection from Animal Diseases

Fee Schedule

Onsite Sewage and Well Application Fees Effective July 1, 2010

Food & General Environmental Health Fees Effective July 1, 2011

Beach Monitoring

Newport News Certified Pool Course 

Environment Health Locations

  • Peninsula Health Center
    416 J. Clyde Morris Blvd.
    Newport News, VA 23601
    Phone: (757) 594-7340
    Fax: (757) 594-7223
    Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
  • Williamsburg Health Department
    4095 Ironbound Road
    Williamsburg, VA 23188
    Phone: (757) 253 – 4813
    Fax: (757) 253 – 4285
    Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday