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Permit Applications

  Application for a Permit to Operate a Food Establishment
» 20.0 KiB – October 29, 2013

  Application for a Permit to Operate, Various
» 29.2 KiB – August 25, 2011

  Bake Sale Registration
» 52.8 KiB – August 25, 2011

  Temporary Food Service Permit Application
» 54.3 KiB – August 25, 2011

Clean Water Monitoring

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Inspection Services

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Rabies Surveillance

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Report Unsanitary Conditions

The Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department is an enforcement agency responsible for the inspection of various types of businesses from restaurants, food trucks, apartment buildings, hotels to theatres, swimming pools, water wells, and landfills.


Use the form below to further detail your complaint.

Clean Indoor Air Regulations

A Regulation Eliminating Smoking in Public Places and Places of Employment.

Sec. 1000. Title

This article shall be known as the Harrison County Clean Indoor Air Regulation of 2008.

Sec. 1001. Findings and Purpose

The United States Surgeon General and numerous other credible authorities and medical researchers have determined:

 (A) That involuntary inhalation of secondhand or tobacco smoke can cause or contribute to numerous serious health problems and diseases, including heart disease, cancer, respiratory illness, and acute episodes of decreased respiratory function, including broncho-constriction and broncho-spasm in healthy nonsmokers.

 (B) That the presence of secondary tobacco smoke is a major contributor to indoor air pollution.

 (C) That children, elderly people and individuals with cardiovascular and/or respiratory diseases are at increased risk.

 (D) That the simple separation of smokers and nonsmokers within the same airspace may reduce, but does not eliminate the exposure of nonsmokers to environmental tobacco smoke. Smoking bans remain the most viable and cost-effective method of protecting patrons. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has classified secondhand smoke as a Group A Carcinogen, known to cause cancer in humans.


Food Handler Classes

The Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department provides in person Food Workers Permit Training by appointment. Please call 304-623-9308 to make your appointment. Attendees must arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of class in order to be registered. Individuals arriving after the class begins will be denied admittance.

Food workers permits are $5.00 per year and you may choose to purchase your permit for up to 3 years with this training.




Harrison-Clarksburg Health Department has partnered with StateFoodSafety.com to offer ONLINE Food Workers Card Permit Training. Training cost $15.00 for a 1 year, $20.00 for a 2 year and $25.00 for a 3 year printable card(you mustt have a printer available to print your card). You must have a credit card to pay for the
training. You also have the option to take the training for a statewide card. Training cost $25.00 for a 1 year, $30.00 for a 2 year and $35.00 for a 3 year printable card.

Training is full Audio/Visual and available in English, Spanish, Korean, Mandarin and Vietnamese.


GO ONLINE 24/7 to get your 1,2,or 3 year Food Workers Card





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Sanitarian Monitoring

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