Environmental Health

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Animal Bites,  Drinking Water,  Food Safety,  Pests,  Pools,  

Public Health Nuisances,  Radon,  Septic Systems



Food Safety
-Retail Food Permits

“Retail food establishment” means an operation that stores, prepares, packages, serves, vends, or otherwise provides food for human consumption: …READ MORE


Temporary Food Permits

“Temporary retail food establishment”means a retail food establishment that operates for a period of no more than 14 consecutive days in conjunction with a single event or celebration.  …READ MORE


Septic Systems

All conventional systems that are currently part of the Waste Water Management District must renew their septic management license every three years and provide proof that the septic tank has been pumped and the effluent filter cleaned, if applicable. … READ MORE



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Animal Bites

It is a violation of Montgomery Township ordinances to allow your dog to run “at large” in public. Allowing your dog to run “at large” on private property is also prohibited unless the property owner gives you permission. …. READ MORE

Drinking Water

For information on drinking water from the New Jersey Dept. of Health, including private well FAQs, please  .. READ MORE



All Public Recreational Bathing Facilities in the Township are regulated by State and local codes. The facilities are required to be licensed and inspected each year by the Health Department. .. READ MORE

Public Health Nuisances

Montgomery Township regulates Public Health Nuisances via the following Ordinance: …. READ MORE



Radon is an odorless, colorless, hazardous gas that can cause lung cancer. It comes from the natural decay of uranium found in soil, rocks, and water, and can be harmful when it seeps into your home and other buildings.  …. READ MORE