Environmental Health

In a busy kitchen, a whirlwhind of activity, paying attention to health is crucial.A division of Community Development, Environmental Health provides efficient and cost-effective services to the residents and businesses of Minnetonka, including licensing, inspection and enforcement of health standards in food sanitation, lodging facilities, beaches, swimming pools and spas, massage and tattoo establishments, and the Minnesota Clean Indoor Air Act, and public health nuisances.

The Environmental Health program was established in the 1980s as a result of the Community Health Services Act of 1976, which enabled local communities to establish their own environmental health programs.