St. Clair County Health Center
Food Information http://www.foodsafetymonth.com/home
St. Clair County Food Ordinance (effective June 29, 2017) SCCHC Food Ordinance 2017.doc
St. Clair County Food Fees SCCHC Food Ordinance Fee Policy 052217.docx
Temporary Food Permit Application Temporary Food Permit Application.doc
Mobile Food Permit Updated Mobile Food Application 5-2016 .pdf
Food Permit Application - FOOD PERMIT APPLICATION
Food Class Schedule 2021: Your facility is required to maintain compliance with the St Clair County Health Center Food Ordinance. Part of this compliance is Food Class attendance by Shift Managers and Food Handlers who work to serve, prepare and handle food to the general public. The Food Workers are required to attend at least one class a year for compliance. You can determine which class is best suited for your schedule this year. You will need to RSVP to 417-646-8332, ask for Evelyn, so we will know how many food handlers will be attending from your facility. The cost is $10.00 per person. Your cooperation in maintaining a safe, sanitary, and healthy atmosphere is appreciated.
2021 FOOD CLASS SCHEDULE
Classes will be held at the St Clair County Health Center 9am to 11 am
Thurs: June 30, 2022
Thurs., Aug. 11, 2022
Thurs., Sept 29, 2022
Thurs., Nov. 3, 2022
The following information is available for online classes.
Follow these steps:
Employee training food handler
Servsafe food handler online course and assessment bundle
Cost of class through Servsafe is $15.00. Make sure you print the certificate after the test.
Or Follow these steps:
Choose your course-Food Handler Card
Choose your state-Missouri
Choose county-Springfield (Greene County)
Purchase course at checkout
Complete course and print certificate
Cost of the class through StateFoodSafety is $10.00. Make sure you print certificate after the test.
Please call (417) 326-7250 to register for a Food Safety Training Class at the Polk County Health Center, 1317 W. Broadway, Bolivar, MO 65613.
Well Water Testing
Private well testing through Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Pick up a water test kit. Ask for further information on testing instructions.The Missouri State Public Health Laboratory will be reinstating handling fee for water testing on March 2. All private water samples received at the MSPHL for bacteriological testing will require the normal $10.00 handling fee in order to be approved for testing.
Onsite Wastewater Sewage (septic system)
Missouri Department of Health Onsite Sewage website http://health.mo.gov/living/environment/onsite/index.php
St. Clair County Wastewater Treatment Systems Ordinance (effective June 29, 2017) SCCHS OWTS Ordinance 2017.docx
St. Clair County Wastewater Treatment System Fees OWTS ORDINANCE FEE POLICY.docx
Onsite Sewage Permit Application SEPTIC PERMIT APPLICATION 081006.xls
When is a permit needed? Permit Needed
Complaint Form complaint form.pdf