Environmental Health Officers
The mission of Northern Health's Public Health Protection Program is to protect the health of northern communities in British Columbia through education and inspection strategies designed to reduce health risks to the public.
Environmental Health Officers, often called Public Health Inspectors, are vital members of the community health system. They safeguard the well-being of both the public and the environment by educating people about public health issues, monitoring facilities and development, and enforcing health legislation.
Complaints and Inquiries
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Please note that Northern Health only responds to matters of public health; matters that affect the general public. Examples include sewage entering neighbouring properties from a failed septic system and food-borne illness outbreaks.
However, we are available to provide information and advice on issues affecting an individual and private homes such as mould or a sewage backup within your primary residence. Please contact your primary health care provider, such as your family physician, for information regarding your personal health.
Landlord tenant questions should be directed to the Residential Tenancy Branch.
Contact your Local Environmental Health Office or send us an email.
*Please note that this email is checked once per day. Please call your local office regarding urgent matters.
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