Environmental Health

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Tony Mancuso, Administrator

Sandra Deausy MD., Health Officer

Health Board Members Annabella Juhasz, MD – President Ali Laun, Vice President Mark Nelson, MD Patrick Dorroh, DVM Michael Sandy

Georgetta Manning-Cox, DDS Lauren Arnold Michael Mollenhauer, County Council Liaison

La Porte County Health Department

La Porte Office

809 State Street, Suite 401A La Porte, IN 46350 Phone (LP): 219-326-6808 Ext. 2200 or 219-325-5563

Fax: 219-325-8628

Michigan City Office

302 West 8th St. Suite 4 Michigan City, IN 46360 Phone: 219-874-5611 Ext. 7780 or 219-809-0515 Fax: 219-873-3018

Food Inspection Reports

Outdoor Hydronic Heaters

NEW 2/5/15: On February 3, 2015, the EPA updated its clean air standards for OHH units. The phase in to meet stronger emission limits is effective in 2020.

Ordinance 2007-10-B

Registration Form

Hydronic Heater Spec’s

Hydronic Heater Inspections

Indiana Department of Environmental Management’s Hydronic Heater Information

List Of EPA Certified Hydronic Heaters
More Info On Emission Limits

Public Pools

COVID-19:Re-opening of Public and Semi-public pools Information COVID-19 Pool Operation 20200505

All public and semi-public pools in La Porte county are subject to a permit and inspections from the health department according to Ordinance 94.15 and 410 IAC 6-2.1. A facility is a public or semi-public pool if more than two (2) families use the facility. Presently La Porte County does not have a public pool. All pools in La Porte County are semi-public and can be found at hotels, neighborhood homeowners associations, condominiums, apartment complexes, schools, and campgrounds.

Prior to construction, rehabilitation, or alteration of any swimming pool in La Porte County, plans and specification sheets with the approval and design release number from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, Office of Fire and Building Services Division Plan Review Branch and approval from the local building authority shall be submitted to this office for plan review.

Each facility is required to employ a Certified Pool Operator (CPO) at all times.

Weekly bacteriological monitoring of your pool is required as a condition of your permit.

2020 Pool Permit Application

Area Certified Lab

The Indiana State Department of Health’s Pool web site

Diseases of concern associated with swimming in pools, spas, and hot tubs

Rail Road Camp Cars

Tattoo Parlors

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