Division of Environmental Health

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: Our Environmental Health Services office at 10777 Main Street in Fairfax is open during regular business hours 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday. Clinic services are not offered at this location.

703-246-2201
TTY 711

10777 Main Street
Fairfax, VA 22030

Pieter A. Sheehan, REHS,
Director, Division of Environmental Health

Environmental Health

The Environmental Health lobby remains closed to the public. If you need to submit plans for a renovation that does not require a building permit you must email all relevant documents to HDehd@fairfaxcounty.gov. This includes a copy of the Fairfax County Health Department Commercial Plan Review Application and all required documents listed within.

If your renovation requires you to obtain a building permit you must submit all plans directly to Fairfax County Land Development Services. Land Development Services has modified their submission procedures, effective Wednesday, March 25. Please see the LDS operating status webpage for details. If you have questions for LDS you may call 703-324-1780.

  • For building permits and plans, submit ALL documents electronically.
  • For site-related plans and documents, MOST documents can and should be submitted electronically.

If you are applying for an establishment Health permit, to renew a establishment Health permit or change of ownership for an establishment Health permit, the forms, resources and instructions are on the Division of Environmental Health webpage.

Thank you for your patience as we move to electronic and remote submissions out of concern for the well-being of our customers, staff, and community. If you should need assistance or have any questions for the Fairfax County Health Department’s Environmental Health Division, please contact us at 703-246-2201 or email HDehd@fairfaxcounty.gov.

Fairfax County Health Department's Division of Environmental Health protects and improves public health by preventing, minimizing and eliminating exposure to biological, chemical or physical hazards through a variety of regulatory activities, including permitting and inspecting businesses and public facilities. Environmental Health Specialists also investigate reports of public health and safety menaces anywhere in the community including residential, commercial and industrial areas. In addition, the Health Department conducts mosquito and tick surveillance and a broad range of educational activities.

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