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Environmental Public Health

Info For Food Service Providers
According to the guidelines set down by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, and the Missouri Department of Agriculture, there are certain rules and regulations Food Service Providers must follow when dispensing consumable goods to the general public. The Cooper County Public Health Center works in close collaboration with these and other agencies to explain these laws and regulations as clearly and concisely as possible.

We invite you to please take some time to read up on the materials we have prepared then contact us to get an in-depth explanation from our experts: CLICK HERE for more information.

Health and Safety Inspections
For more information concerning health and safety inspections in Cooper County, please contact the Cooper County Public Health Center at 660-882-2626 or CLICK HERE for more information.

Water Sewer and Wastewater Information
For more information concerning water, waste water, and sewer management in Cooper County, please contact the Cooper County Public Health Center at 660-882-2626 or CLICK HERE for more information.

Recreational Water Safety
The Cooper County Public Health Center provides important information that recreational swimmers, boaters, and others can use when out on or in the water. By adhering to these guidelines, you can seriously reduce the chance of illness and infection, and keep both yourself and your loved safe and enjoying the warm weather! For more information concerning Recreational Water Safety in Cooper County, please contact the Cooper County Public Health Center at 660-882-2626 or CLICK HERE for more information.

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