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Public Records Requests

Most Environmental Health records are available electronically and you may search our database via the Public Access Viewer.

To use the Public Access Viewer:

  1. Select the program you’d like to search for from the drop-down field
  2. Enter information into the fields under the drop-down field to narrow the search
    • Use an asterisk (*) at the beginning and end of a search term if you want to search using only a part of a word or a phrase
    • Spaces on the left side of the field will not be included in the search criteria

Food facility inspection results are also available electronically on our website here

If the program you are interested in is not available or you need more information than is available via the Public Access Viewer, please submit a records request

Other Resources for Information

Hazardous Materials and USTs

If you are interested in current hazardous materials or underground storage tank (UST) files, please contact the CUPA with jurisdiction over the address you are interested in.

LOP and Groundwater Contamination

For leaking underground storage tanks managed by the Local Oversight Program (LOP) or groundwater contamination please also check the California State Water Resources Control Board database, GeoTracker

Contact Information

Public Health Division
County of Sonoma
Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Address
Office Location
625 5th Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
38.441823, -122.7137698

Current Fee Schedule

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Fees for Fiscal Year 2019-20 for all Environmental Health programs

Food Safety During Power Shutdown

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Food Safety

Food Safety During Power Shutdown for Retail Food Facilities

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Sonoma County Cannabis Permits and Inspections

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Sonoma County Cannabis Program

Permits and inspections for cannabis dispensaries and edible product manufacturing.

Public Records Requests

Public Records Requests
Most Environmental Health records are available electronically and you may search our database via the Public Access Viewer.