The Fairfield Department of Health is looking for Volunteers to direct our visitors to the correct window.
This person would be stationed in our waiting area greeting the public as they entered the building and they would monitor signing in and out. They would then point them to the department or program window they need and answer any general questions.
Our hours of operation are from: 8am to 4pm
Monday thru Friday, closed from 11:30-12:00 for lunch however any amount of time volunteered would be appreciated.
Kathie Whitlock @ 740-652-2805 or email.
FAIRFIELD DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: NEWS
The Fairfield Department of Health will be conducting MS4 (municipal separate storm sewer systems) program inspections beginning this fall. The MS4 program is part of the U.S. EPA's effort to preserve, protect, and improve the nation's water resources from polluted storm water runoff. All discharging aerators in Violet township and Liberty township sections 6 and 30R are required to be inspected at least once during every MS4 five year permit period. The current permit began in 2015 and will end in 2019.
This fall, aeration systems on the following roads will be inspected: Blacklick Eastern, Parliament Drive NW, Refugee Rd., Roesta Lane NW, Saylor Road, and Stemen Road in Liberty township, and Blacklick Eastern, Grant Lane NW, Doty Road NW, Fox Run Ct. North NW, Fox Run Ct. South NW, Fox Run Street NW, and Terry Lane.
There will be a $30.00 charge for each inspection to be billed to the homeowner after the inspection is completed.
If there are any questions, please contact the Fairfield Department of Health at 740-652-2800.
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