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Environmental Health
Environmental Health Office
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Scott Sneed,
Manager

302 North Academy St.
Suite B
Lincolnton, NC  28092

Ph: (704) 736-8426
Fx: (704) 736-8427

Hours
Office Hours
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Inspector's Office Hours
7:00 am - 8:00 am
Monday - Friday
A division of the Health Department, Environmental Health provides inspections of day cares, restaurants, motels, pools, septic system inspections; and well water sampling and mosquito control.

  • Changes in Fees for Certain Types of Well Water Tests
    Fee changes are effective September 1, 2016, as approved by Board of Health and Board of Commissioners. Fees are based on actual cost of the water bottle sampling kit plus $10 shipping fees charged to the environmental health department by the State Lab. Please refer to our Environmental Health Fee Schedule for more information. 
  • New Local Fee for New Engineered Option Permit (EOP)
    The Engineered Option Permit enacted by NC General Assembly and approved by Lincoln County Board of Health and Board of Commissioners, is effective September 1, 2016. For more information please visit our Rules, Polices and Fee Schedule page. 
  • Lincoln County Environmental Health supports Protect Your Groundwater Day on September 6, 2016!
    Everyone can and should do something to protect groundwater. Why? We all have a stake in maintaining its quality and quantity.  To find out how you can protect your ground water, Click Here
  • Stop the Spread of Flu Viruses in Restaurants
    Flu viruses can live on surfaces up to 8 hours.  More Information


MISSION STATEMENT
The Lincoln County Health Department provides quality health services to promote a healthy community.

VISION STATEMENT
Lincoln County Health Department services will promote healthy lifestyles through prevention, preparedness and education. 
   
 
  
 

   


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State Health Assessment The Division of Public Health and its partners have completed a State Health Assessment with 5 identified priorities. Now they need your input on the process and priorities. Read on...