Environmental Health staff of the Saint Croix County Public Health Department strives to promote health and quality of life by identifying, preventing, and controlling harmful environmental conditions.
If you would like to file a complaint, complete the complaint form.
Environmental Health Profile
View the current Environmental Health profile by WI county.
Funding for Fixing Home Health & Safety Hazards
Be aware that there is funding available in Wisconsin for fixing home health and safety hazards. For information on this go to the Wisconsin Department of Administration website. This could include lead hazards, mold, moisture and household pest hazards that can trigger asthma, and other things like non-functioning smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, bathroom fans, furnaces and more.
For information on a variety of environmental health issues for the home you may want to check out:
St. Croix County Public Health investigates air pollution complaints.Link to page
Animal Bites & Rabies
If you have been bitten (or scratched) by a dog, cat or ferret, law enforcement should be notified.Link to page
Asbestos & Hazardous Substances
St. Croix County Public Health Department investigates cases of exposure to and poisoning by various hazardous substances.Link to page
St. Croix County Public Health participates in the Wisconsin Inland Beach Monitoring program and routinely tests 14 locations within the county for Ecoli.Link to page
If your drinking water comes from a private well (not a municipal source) and you are experiencing problems with water taste, smell, color, or flow the following links may be helpful.Link to page
Indoor Air Quality
St. Croix County Public Health investigates indoor air quality complaints.Link to page
Bed Bug, Insect & Vector Control
St. Croix County Public Health Department investigates complaints regarding insects/vector control.Link to page
Childhood lead poisoning remains a major environmental health problem in Wisconsin and the United States.Link to page
Radon is a naturally occurring, odorless radioactive gas that causes lung cancer.Link to page