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The Environmental Health Division at the Casper-Natrona County Health Department serves as the regulatory arm of the health department.  The Division is responsible for the licensure and inspection of food service establishments (including mobile units and temporary food events), commercial lodging, campgrounds, daycares, swimming pools/spas/aquatic facilities, and tattoo/body art establishments.  The Division is also responsible for the regulatory oversight of small wastewater systems in Natrona County through a delegation agreement with Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WY DEQ). 

For information regarding inspected food establishments, including links to inspection reports.

For information regarding sewer septic, including links to current permits.

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Lead Poisoning

Lead is a naturally occurring metal that is toxic to humans. Lead has been used in products, manufacturing, and human activities for centuries, which has contributed to its widespread presence. Particulate matter containing lead can be transported through air, water, and soil. 


The Environmental Health Division provides regulatory oversight of swimming pools, spas, and other interactive recreational water installations to reduce the risk of disease transmission and other safety concerns associated with recreational water.

For more information, view Wyoming Swimming Pools, Spas, and Similar Installations Regulations

Facilities in which tattoos, piercings, microblading or permanent cosmetics are performed within the City of Casper or Natrona County must obtain a license to operate through the health department. Additionally, persons performing body art or permanent cosmetic procedures in a licensed facility in Natrona County must obtain an Operator’s Permit. 

For more information view the Casper-Natrona County Rules for Tattoo and Body Art

The Casper-Natrona County Health Department provides regulatory oversight over health-related aspects of licensed campgrounds in Natrona County.  Any campground with 4 or more camping units must be licensed and inspected.

For more information, view the Campground Regulations.

The Wyoming Department of Family Services is the licensing authority for childcare in Natrona County. Applicants must complete an initial health, safety and sanitation inspection through the Casper-Natrona County Health Department and an annual evaluation to maintain their license to operate. For more information view Wyoming Child Care Licensing Rules.

The Environmental Health Division provides health, safety and sanitation evaluations for those facilities that provide foodservice to the public. For more information view Wyoming Food Safety Rule.

The Casper-Natrona County Health Department, Environmental Health Division has the jurisdiction to monitor, administer and enforce rules for lodging establishments that offer temporary lodging  (any or in part) to the public as a place where sleeping accommodations are furnished for periods less than one week in duration. For more information view City of Casper-Natrona County Lodging Regulations.

The Natrona County Small Wastewater Program oversight is limited to daily flows of less than 2000 gallons/ day of domestic sewage for each household or business.

Septic system installers in Natrona County are also required to be licensed through the Health Department.

For more information, please view the Natrona County Small Wastewater Regulations.

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