Environmental Health

Matthew Kane, Registered Environmental Health Specialist 973-331-3314

Kimberly Moylen, Registered Environmental Health Specialist 973-331-3356

The Environmental Health Division is responsible for a wide variety of annually required public and environmental health inspections, including:

  • Animal Facilities (Kennels/Pet Shops)
  • Body Art Facilities (Tattoo/Piercing/Permanent Cosmetics)
  • Food Vending Machine
  • Retail Food Establishments
  • Temporary and Annual Retail Food Establishments
  • Public Recreational Bathing
  • Septic System Repairs/Alterations/New Installations
  • Soil Logs for septic systems
  • Wells
  • Youth Camps

They also conduct public and environmental health investigations as they occur, including:

  • Animal Bites and Quarantine Procedures
  • Childhood Lead Poisoning
  • Public Health Nuisance
    • Air Pollution
    • Apartment Heating Complaints
    • Insects (Flies, Mosquitoes)
    • Litter/Garbage
    • Mold
    • Noise
    • Noxious Weeds (Ragweed, Poison Ivy)
    • Rodents
    • Water Pollution

A Message from the Morris County Division of Mosquito Control 2023