Environmental Health and Engineering
60 Danley Dr. S, Unit #1
Fort Myers, FL 33907
Good Environmental Health happens when the places in which we live, learn, work, and play are safe and free from hazards that can affect people’s wellbeing. A range of factors contributes to healthy environments: for example, affordable, safe, and secure housing that promotes good health and reduces our risks of injury; economically vital neighborhoods that foster strong business practices, good jobs, and safe communities; clean air and water, so we don’t contract preventable illnesses; food that is safe for human consumption; and safe parks and pathways that encourage outdoor activities and exercise.
The Department of Health in Lee County maintains two Environmental offices:
Environmental Engineering (EE), which deals with water related programs and Environmental Health (EH), which conducts most routine public pool inspections and manages all other programs.
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