Our mission is to empower Pueblo's communities to live better, longer by ensuring that food service establishments, child care facilities, residential health, lead, emergency vehicles, body art establishments, mobile homes, and pools are in compliance with the respective laws while providing public education. As part of Environmental Health, we are committed to resolving situations posing the greatest risk to the public health.
Food Service / Restaurant Inspections
- Foodborne illness investigations
- Food Saftey Classes
- Inspections of restaurants, grocers, and retail foodservice facilities
- Kitchen Safety Tips
- Retail Licensing
- Training: Food Safety and You
Health and Safety
- Ambulance Inspections
- Animal to Human Disease
- Bed bugs
- Child Care center inspections
- Household Hazardous Waste
- Housing Inspections
- Lead information
- Mobile Home Park inspections
- Public Accommodation inspections
- Radon information
- Rodent Control
- Rabies, Plague and Zoonotic Diseases
- School inspections
- Tattoo and Body Art Facility inspections
- Water testing for bacterial analysis.
- Emergency identification of unknown materials
- Zoonotic Disease analysis
- Insect identification
Land, Air, and Water Quality
- Air Quality control inspections
- Asbestos abatement consultation
- Hazardous materials spill consultation
- Land use review
- Nuisance and sanitation inspections
- Open Buring permits
- Permits and inspections of septic systems
- Recycling events; neighborhood clean-up events
- Non-Community groundwater well inspections
- Solid Waste enforcement
Reporting a Complaint
If you have a complaint about air quality, a child care center, food service establishment, mobile home park, public accommodation, public swimming pool, residential housing, school, sewage, solid waste outside the city limits, smoking in a public facility, tattoo/body art facility, or any other item that is a nuisance or public health concern, please let us know. You may call the complaint line at 719-583-4307.
All complaints should have the following information:
1. What the complaint is about.
2. The location of the complaint, exact addresses/locations if possible.
3. The owner and occupant of the property if known (very helpful for nuisance and aesthetic type complaints).
4. The date and time the problem occurred.
5. Complaints may be left anonymously, yet leaving your name and phone number allows for the best follow up to take action.