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Environmental Health Inspection Request
A residential camp SITE must have an Environmental Health Inspection for original license issuance and yearly thereafter. A day camp SITE must have an Environmental Health Inspection for original license issuance if private water or sewer systems are in use or meals prepared onsite. A Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Food Service Establishment License is accepted as equivalent for a day camp SITE who has public water or sewer systems and provides food service for campers.
Licensees should contact the local health department to determine fee for inspection, then complete The Environmental Health Inspection Request Form and submit to their local health department no later than May 1st each year. The SITE licensee is responsible for any Environmental Health Inspection fees assigned.
To find the health department you will send the Environmental Health Inspection Request to, go to www.michigan.gov/mdhhs > Inside MDHHS > County Offices > Local Health Departments and click on the county in which your campsite is located.
The local health department will charge the SITE a fee for the EHI. Contact your local health department to determine the fee. Supply the health department your payment attached to the Environmental Health Inspection Request.
If you have additional questions about the need to request a health inspection, please contact your local health department or licensing unit at (866) 685-0006.
Click below for Request form: