Environmental Health

On May 25, 2021, the Coconino County Board of Supervisors adopted amendments to the Coconino County Health and Human Services (CCHHS) Unified Health Code, Ordinance No. 2021-09. The passing of this Ordinance was open for public comment prior to adoption.

The adopted ordinance made the following changes to the Unified Health Code:

  • Chapter 2: Permits, Licenses and Certificates; Enforcement and Other Requirements - general clean-up of language to make the chapter more user friendly and easier to read. Effective date: June 1, 2021
  • Chapter 6: Food and Beverage – adoption of the 2017 FDA Food Code and modifications to the Arizona Administrative Code. Links to Videos Here More stringent regulations proposed to protect public health and safety. Effective date: July 1, 2021
  • Chapter 11: Public and Semi-Public Bathing Places – more stringent regulations proposed to protect public health and safety. Effective date: July 1, 2021
  • Chapter 14: Medical Marijuana – repeal. Effective date: June 1, 2021

 

Additional information can be found in the sidebar link to 'Videos Explaining 2017 FDA Food Code Changes'.

2021 Unified Health Code

Summary Of 2017 FDA Food Code Changes

Arizona Administrative Code: 9-08

2017 FDA Food Code

FDA Inspection Form Page 717

Final Chapter 2 Revisions

Final Chapter 6 Revisions

Final Chapter 11 Revisions

Final Chapter 14 Revisions

Certified Food Protection Manager Training and Testing Information

In December 2019, the Coconino County Unified Health Code was adopted by the Board of Supervisors to align with the Arizona Administrative Codes (A.A.C.).  This change added language that would allow the County to automatically update local codes when updates were made at the state level.  In July 2020, the State of Arizona adopted the 2017 FDA Food Code, with an added addendum.  As a result, Coconino County’s Unified Health Code automatically updated as well. 

One of the changes outlined in the 2017 FDA Food Code is the requirement for food establishments to have a Certified Food Protection Manager (CFPM) onsite during operating hours. The CFPM training and certification must be attained through an accredited and approved organization.  Information and links can be found on the Food Manager Training page.

ANSI CFPM Training

Previously Adopted Environmental Services Code Revisions

The Coconino County Board of Supervisors adopted Ordinance 2019-16, repealing the Environmental Services Code and adopting the Unified Health Code as proposed by the Coconino County Health and Human Services Environmental Health Program on December 10, 2019. Enforcement of the Unified Health Code began on March 10th, 2020.

Please see the list of the changes and/or additions to each section of the previous Environmental Services Code.


Contact us at (928) 679-8760 or email if you have any questions regarding the code changes.

Click Here to see a copy of the  Unified Health Code adopted December 10, 2019.

Environmental Health Services & Responsibilities

CCHHS Environmental Health provides services to prevent food-borne, water-borne and communicable diseases. Through education and regulatory enforcement of Public Health Statutes, rules, codes, and surveys are performed on

  • Body art facilities
  • Campgrounds & trailer parks
  • Diseases of animals that can be transmitted to humans are monitored
  • Food establishments
  • Food Manager Certification & Food Handler booklets are provided on a regular basis
  • Provide plan review for all licensed businesses
  • Public accommodations
  • Public announcements are released through the media as necessary to protect public health
  • Public health nuisance complaints
  • Public & semi-public bathing places
  • School grounds

Fee Change Notice


Effective 06/23/2019 the following fees will apply for each transaction:

  • Credit card transactions - 2.35% or Minimum $1.95
  • Debit card transactions - 1% or Minimum $1.95
  • No fee will be charged for Cash and Check purchases.

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