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File a restaurant compliant

The Department of Business and Professional Regulation handles restaurant complaints. If you need to file a compliant regarding a restaurant in Florida, please use the button to connect to their site.

Office Information 

Our Environmental Health office is now located at 477 Houston Street, 3rd Floor, in the Clay County Government Administration building. Office hours are from 8am to 4:30pm.

A safe and healthy environment is crucial to the well being of each individual. Environmental Health programs are an essential part of Florida's Public Health services. These programs are aimed at preventing or reducing health risks that may occur in our daily surroundings. To insure delivery at the closest possible level, 19 Environmental Health programs are currently administered through the County Health Department.

Mosquito or drainage complaints need to be filed with Clay County Public Works.

Public Works can be reached at (904) 284-6335 (Green Cove Springs), (904) 269-6335 (Orange Park/Middleburg) or (352) 473-3711 (Keystone Heights) or by email: public.works@claycountygov.com

Complaints regarding noise, junk vehicles, abandoned property, unkempt yards, or private pools go through Code Enforcement. They can be reached at (904)284/269-6310.

Online Septic Records Retrieval 

eBridge Solutions is a web-based records storage system. Available records include all final septic inspections from 1993 to present.


Not all records are available at this time, however, we are continuously scanning. If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please give us a call at the number on the top of this page.
To access the eBridge Solutions system, please follow these steps:

The retrieve tab is located in the upper left-hand side of the screen.  Under “permit type” select Septic.  You can search by permit number, street address, zip code, applicant name, Parcel ID #, and date.

Florida Environmental Public Health Tracking Program 

In collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Florida Environmental Public Health Tracking Program is pleased to announce the launch of its online portal

Florida Statutes and Administrative Code 

Florida Statutes

Chapter 381- PUBLIC HEALTH: GENERAL PROVISIONS

Chapter 386 - PARTICULAR CONDITIONS AFFECTING PUBLIC HEALTH   

Florida Administrative Code

64E-6   Onsite Sewage

64E-8   Limited Use Water

64E-9   Public Pools and Bathing Places

64E-11  Food Hygiene

64E-12 Community Based Residential Homes

64E-15 RV Parks, Recreational Camps, Mobile Home Parks

64E-16 Biomedical Waste

64E-17  Tanning

64E-19  Body Piercing