Environmental Health

 
Department of Resource Management
Environmental Health Services
675 Texas Street, Suite 5500
Fairfield, CA 94553
(707) 784-6765


Amended Public Health Officer Order (Updated May 19)
The link above includes Exhibit B referring to Low Risk Activities and Exhibit C referring to Medium Risk Activities such as dine-in restaurants. Appendix C-1 lists the Requirements for Dine-In Restaurants and Attachment C-1A is the Business Protocol (Enhanced Social Distancing Protocol) for Dine-In Restaurants.

Dine-In Restaurant Reopening Documents
CDPH Dine-In Guidance Document
CDPH Dine-In Checklist
Stop the Spread of Germs Sign
Written Plan Entrance Sign
Stay Healthy Entrance Sign
Practice Physical Distancing Sign

COVID-19 Food Facility Guidance Documents

The following guidance documents are available to assist you in complying with the Solano County Health Order regarding COVID-19:

FDA Best Practices
Food Delivery
Distancing Graphics
Restaurant Dining Guidance

The Consumer Protection Program
The Consumer Protection Program works closely with restaurant and motel operators, apartment managers, contractors, building officials, and other government agencies to provide assistance in the planning and maintenance of consumer oriented facilities. Consumer Protection staff work to improve the health of Solano County residents through the management of the following programs:

Food Program
Recreational Health Program
Housing Program 
Body Art and Massage Program
Childhood Lead Program 

The Water Protection and Waste Management Program (Technical Services Program)
The Water Protection and Waste Management Program implements County programs in liquid waste, water systems, solid waste disposal, wells, and land use and provides assistance to the public in the planning and implementation of the following areas:

State Small Water Systems
Wells and On-Site Sewage Disposal Program
Solid Waste Management Program
Biosolids Landspreading Program
Vector Prevention Program (including rat, bat, skunk and West Nile Virus information) 

The Hazardous Materials Program
The Hazardous Materials Section is the CUPA for all of Solano County and  regulates all the Program Elements of the Unified Program  in Solano County by issuing permits, inspecting facilities, investigating complaints, performing enforcement as necessary, and assisting both the business community and the public. In order to protect the public health and the environment, this section provides the following services:

Hazardous Materials/Waste Program
Site Mitigation Information 

Environmental Health Documents
Includes applications, guidelines, requirements, and other forms.
Environmental Health Documents 

Environmental Health Fee Schedule
 
Fee Schedule effective July 1, 2019

Fee Schedule effective July 1, 2020