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Environmental Health

The Environmental Health Division helps Oswego County residents live healthier lives by protecting individuals from environmental threats to their health. Some efforts are targeted to the population at large, such as monitoring of public and private drinking water supplies, food safety in restaurants, fire safety in hotels and permitting of mass gatherings. Other programs target specific needs such as interventions to prevent illness from rabies, lead poisoning, failing septic systems, and sale of tobacco products to minors.

Inspection, investigation, environmental response and ensuring compliance with environmental health regulations are key to safeguarding the public’s health.

***UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - ALL RABIES CLINICS ARE APPOINTMENT ONLY***
***INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE NOT FULLY VACCINATED AGAINST COVID-19 ENTERING THE BUILDING MUST WEAR A MASK OR FACE COVERING***
*** WE ASK THAT ALL ATTENDEES PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING BY STAYING SIX FEET AWAY FROM OTHERS WHENEVER POSSIBLE***


2021 Rabies Clinic Information
Next Rabies Clinic September 15, 2021 - Pulaski DPW Garage, Centerville Road, Pulaski

Oswego County Plans Second Aerial Spraying On Thursday, Sept. 16

Environmental Health Division
70 Bunner St., Entrance C
Oswego, New York 13126

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Contact Us
Phone: 315-349-3557
Fax: 315-349-3228

The Environmental Division maintains an emergency hotline after hours, weekends and holidays to respond to rabies issues, reportable injuries and illnesses at children’s camps, swimming pools and beaches, food borne illness reports, bio terrorism incidents or other events that need environmental intervention such as an ice storm or power outage.

To make a report after hours, call: 315-341-0086
Email: healthdepartment@oswegocounty.com