Environmental Health

About Environmental Health

The Environmental Health division of CLCPH promotes and protects human health and wellbeing, and fosters a safe, healthy environment through assessment, policy development, and assurance.

The well-qualified staff is charged with the surveillance and control of Environmental Health programs that affect our daily lives, such as food, water, sewerage, disease investigations, and all-hazards response and events.

In addition to providing a comprehensive list of services to Cheyenne and Laramie County, the EH division also:

  • Reviews proposed residential and commercial developments submitted to the City of Cheyenne or Laramie County Planning Offices
  • Consults with developers and interested citizens about environmental and health-related impacts of development proposals
  • Testifies at the City or Laramie County Planning Commission meetings, City Council and Board of Commissioner land use hearings about the public health aspects of development proposals

Recent News

Tips to Prevent Hantavirus Infection

June 21, 2022

To help prevent hantavirus infection, Wyoming Department of Health officials are reminding Wyoming citizens to be mindful of rodent droppings as they clean garages, campers, cabins, hay stacks and barns […]

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Temporary Food Stands require food permits

Summer is here, and outdoor food activities are around the corner. If you are planning to operate anoutdoor temporary food stand, there are things you must do and guidelines to […]

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Charcuterie Board Q&A

April 22, 2022

Recently, we have received many questions about charcuterie: Specifically, “Can I make charcuterie boards at home and sell them?“ Please review the Q&A below. If you have additional questions about […]

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