Morgan County Health Center
Morgan County Health Center

On-Site Sewage

Chapter 701.025-701.059 RSMo, which regulates the disposal of sewage, was passed into law in 1995.  Under chapter 701 owners of all buildings where people live, work or otherwise congregate are required to provide a means of sanitary disposal of all sewage generated in such building.  On residential lots smaller than five acres and on all commercial lots the owners are required to obtain a construction permit and follow all rules and regulations regarding the minimum construction standards for the sewer system.  Residential lots larger than five acres that are adjacent to the Lake of the Ozarks are also required to obtain a construction permit.   In July of 1997 the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services delegated this governing authority to the Morgan County Health Center and other local public health associations.  The Environmental Health Specialists at MCHC are responsible for implementing the rules and regulations set forth by MO DOH as well as investigating sewage complaints in Morgan County.  Application packets for construction permits are kept in the office and include a partial list of Missouri registered installers in the tri-county area as well as a statewide list of Missouri Soil Scientists and Professioanl Engineers. Copies of the On-Site sewage Rules and Regulaitons booklets may also be obtained at the office.  Forms are also available for downlaod.

On-Site Sewage Disposal Systems Ordinance
On-Site Sewage Disposal Systems Ordinanc[...]
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Permit Check-Off List
Permit Check Off List.pdf
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On-Site Sewage Disposal System Construction Permit Application
On-Site Sewage Disposal System Construct[...]
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TANK ONLY Permit Application PG1 (DOWNLOAD ALL 3)
On-Site Sewage Disposal System Construction Permit Application
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TANK ONLY PG2
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Food Establishment Inspections

Looking at a series of inspection reports over time gives a more accurate picture of a food business' commitment to food safety and sanitation. In the end, food safety is an ongoing, cooperative effort involving management at a food business, food workers, food safety regulators and consumers.

 

Important points to remember when viewing inspection reports:

  • Inspections are unannounced;
  • Inspections reflect a snapshot in time;
  • Inspections focus on the food safety processes, procedures and sanitation that are essential to control or eliminate food safety risks;
  • Critical Violations must be corrected at the time of inspection;
  • Food safety education and intervention are used to increase food safety controls;
  • Food safety is a cooperative effort involving food businesses, food safety regulators and consumers.Looking at a series of inspection reports over time gives a more accurate picture of a food business' commitment to food safety and sanitation. In the end, food safety is an ongoing, cooperative effort involving management at a food business, food workers, food safety regulators and consumers.

 

Food Service Sanitation

Selling and distributing food or beverage within Morgan County is regulated by the Morgan County Health Department in conjunction with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.  This includes activities from fixed locations, mobile, or temporary events.  In August 2010, the Morgan County Food Service Sanitation Ordinance went into effect.  Applications for a permit and copies of the Ordinance are available at the office and are available for download below.

Food Establishment Permit Application
Food Establishment Permit Application.pd[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [146.0 KB]
Food Service Sanitation Ordinance
Food Service Sanitation Ordinance.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.6 MB]

Additional Links

Contact Jim at 573-378-5438 ext. 238

Contact Us

Address

Morgan County Health Center
104 W Lafayette Street
Versailles, MO 65084

 

Phone: 573 378-5438

Fax:  573-378-2726

 

 

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