Environmental Health Program

What We Do

Environmental health protects the public by preventing human injury and illness from our surroundings, including through the air, the land, the water, and our food.

Program components include education, inspections, permitting, licensing, training, data management, sampling, and enforcing rules and regulations concerning:

  • Air quality
  • Body art establishments
  • Day cares
  • Group homes
  • Mosquito and water quality districts
  • On-site wastewater systems (including all types of septic systems)
  • Public accommodations (including hotels, motels, and tourist homes)
  • Public pools and spas
  • Retail food establishments (including restaurants, bars, grocery stores, etc.)
  • Sanitation in subdivisions
  • Solid waste
  • Temporary and mobile food service establishments
  • Trailer courts and campgrounds

Program Information

  1. Environmental Health

    Physical Address
    25 W. Front St.
    Butte, MT 59701

    Fax: (406) 497-5095

  2. John Rolich

    Environmental Health Division Manager

  3. Jackie Thompson

    Registered Sanitarian

  4. Laura Eisenbarth

    Sanitarian in Training