Environmental Health Programs

  1. Body Art Facility Inspections

    Environmental Health Sanitarians inspect body art facilities for safety and cleanliness.

  2. Campground Inspections

    The Lenawee County Health Department issues a license for operation of a temporary campground. Seasonal campgrounds are licensed by the State of Michigan based on a licensing recommendation and inspection provided by the Lenawee County Health Department.

  3. Child & Adult Care Facility Inspections

    The Lenawee County Health Department conducts plan reviews and environmental inspections of Family Child Care Homes, Group Child Care Homes, Child Care Centers, Foster Family Homes, Group Foster Homes, Child Caring Institutions and Children and Adult Camps.

  4. Food Service

    Environmental Health Division staff inspects and licenses restaurants and food facilities to make sure that food is safe to eat and the public’s health is protected (517-264-5213).

  5. Public Swimming Pools

    The Lenawee County Health Department inspects all licensed public swimming pools.

  6. Radon Testing

    Radon is an invisible, radioactive gas created from natural deposits of uranium in the ground. Radon gas can be drawn into a building and build up to levels that can cause a health concern. Finding high levels of radon in the home has nothing to do with the age, quality, or upkeep of the home.

  7. Sewage Disposal Program

    The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality regulates municipal wastewater collection and treatment systems such as the one serving the City of Adrian.

  8. Smoke-Free Air

    Lenawee County’s Smoke-Free Work Site regulation and Michigan’s Smoke-free Air Law, help protect county residents from secondhand smoke (517-264-5205).

  9. Wells

    Before building begins, permits are needed for new and replacement wells serving single-family homes and some public buildings (517-264-5214).