Well and Septic

Well and Septic

Protecting Public Health through Water Safety and Testing

The Environmental Health Division of the Will County Health Department is responsible for permitting, inspecting and monitoring private and semi-private water wells throughout the county.
Environmental Health Laboratory

Environmental Health Laboratory

Testing and Analysis of Drinking Water and Wastewater

The Environmental Laboratory safeguards the quality of private wells and septic systems. Testing water quality is crucial to maintaining public health in Will County

Swimming Facilities and Beaches

Swimming Facilities and Beaches

Swimming Facilities and Beaches Testing and Inspections

A dive into your local swimming pool or beach is the perfect way to cool off on a hot summer’s day. Swimming in fact is one of the best forms of exercise for adults and children all-year around.
Tanning Establishments Program & Body Art Program

Tanning Establishments Program & Body Art Program

The Environmental Health Division carries out regular inspections of all tanning bed establishments and body art facilities in the County. 

West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus

Containing the Spread of West Nile Virus

Increasing public awareness of the need for mosquito control, ongoing surveillance of vulnerable   populations and coordination of response to outbreaks offers the best chance of controlling this disease. The Environmental Health Division takes a lead role in county efforts to combat outbreaks of West Nile virus (WNV) by raising public awareness about the disease through education, helping to ensure surveillance of potentially infected humans, mammals and birds and controlling the spread of the disease. 

Radon Program

Radon Program

You can’t see, smell or taste radon but it is believed to cause many thousands of deaths each year from lung cancer. 

Filing a Complaint

Filing a Complaint

How to File a Complaint with the Will County Health Department Environmental Health Division

The Will County Health Department Environmental Division processes complaints from the public involving food establishments (whether it be food borne or non-food borne issues), swimming and body art facilities and problem with sewage and wells.

West Nile Virus FAQ's

West Nile Virus is the Virus that can cause the Disease West Nile Encepha­litis

How is it transmitted? 

West Nile Virus is transmitted through the bite of mosquitoes that are infected with the virus.  Mosquitoes get the virus by feeding on dead birds that are infected.  The incubation period for humans (time of infection to onset of the disease) is usually three to five days. 

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