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137 N. Cottonwood St. Suite 2400
Woodland, CA 95695
Call: (530) 666-8646
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Health & Food Alert Recall Information


Links to more food recall information:
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA):
    This link will provide the most up to date information on recalls, market withdrawals, and safety alerts from the US Food & Drug Administration which holds jurisdiction over food, pet & farm animal feed.
  • United States Department of Agriculture (USDA):
    This website will provide the most up to date information on food recalls issued by the United States Department of Agriculture which holds jurisdiction over meat, poultry products, and eggs.

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General Environmental Health News and Information

  • Mold In The Home
    Mold is commonly found in homes and buildings. Some molds can cause serious illness. This page will help you find some answers to your questions and provide links to other mold information sites.
  • Bats, Rabies, & You
    Answers to common questions about bats and rabies including: What is rabies and how do people get it? How can rabies be prevented? How can I keep bats out of my home?
  • Updated Hazardous Waste & Leaky Underground Storage Tank case list and status report.
    This report will be useful for those involved in property transactions, environmental consultants preparing Phase I environmental site assessments, and for general research purposes. Last updated 06/25/2007.
  • Hazardous Materials Contractors List.
    This list includes firms representing themselves as performing services including environmental consulting, emergency clean-up, UST installation and removal, well drilling, laboratory analysis, hazardous waste transport and compliance assistance, and does not represent an endorsement or recommendation by Yolo County Environmental Health.

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 Compliance Assistance Bulletins

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Non-profit Food Booth & Community Event Organizer Fee Exemption

As of March 13, 2012, the Board of Supervisors has approved a fee exemption for non-profit food booths and non-profit event organizer permit fees. The types of non-profits that are exempt include:
  • Charities and other nonprofit organizations exempt from federal taxes pursuant to Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3)
  • Civic leagues and other nonprofit organizations exempt from federal taxes pursuant to Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(4) 
  • Chamber of commerce and other nonprofit organizations exempt from federal taxes pursuant to Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(6)
  • Clubs and other nonprofit organizations exempt from federal taxes pursuant to Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(7)
  • Bona fide school organizations such as parent-teacher associations, “boosters,” and sports teams
  • Any other nonprofit organizations expressly exempted from the payment of such fees by minute order of the Board of Supervisors.

If you are registered with the State or Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit organization, please provide the appropriate certificate stating this status to Environmental Health staff.

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