Environmental Health (EH)
Protecting Health, Saving Lives, Millions at a Time
The Florida Department of Health in Osceola County’s Environmental Public Health Section monitors major systems of community infrastructure that protect the public from disease and help maintain health. The Environmental Health Sections extends every effort to protect you and your family from the harmful effects of waste, disease vectors, safety hazards, natural disasters and contaminated air, food and water. This is done through extensive and continued surveillance, along with investigation and mitigation of environmental conditions where disease transfer is possible or suspected.
The Environmental Health Division monitors “health” of the environment, so residents and visitors can experience optimum health now and in generations to come. Environmental Health Specialists utilize their education and training in the natural, physical, and environmental sciences to promote public health through outreach and control of environmental factors. The Environmental Health division is responsible for conducting inspections, issuing permits and licenses, enforcing statutes and codes, and for responding to questions regarding environmental concerns.
eBridge Solutions is a web-based records storage system. We are currently scanning all completed Septic records into this system. Not all records are available at this time; however, we are consistently scanning records on a daily basis. If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please call: 407-742-8606.
To access the eBridge Solutions system, please follow these steps:
- Go to www.ebridge-solutions.com
- Click "Login" at the upper right
- Username: public
- Password: oscguest
- File Cabinet: OSCEOLACHD
The retrieve tab is located in the upper left-hand side of the screen. You can search by permit type (septic); permit number; street address; street name; or city. Logout on upper right corner.