County Health Departments


May 2017

The Gateway District Health Department (Bath, Elliott, Menifee, Morgan and Rowan counties) will be distributing free radon test kits to anyone interested in testing their homes for the presence of radon gas.  Kits are distributed on a first come first served basis while supplies last.  This is part of a grant through the Kentucky Department for Public Health.  To obtain a free kit simply go to any one of our health departments and request one.  The instructions for conducting the test are simple and are included in the kit.  You will send the kit to a lab to be analyzed by placing the test strip inside the included postage paid envelope.  This is free of charge to you.  The results will be mailed or emailed to you (but please print legibly and accurately).  Currently there are very few certified radon mitigation (mitigation is another term for installing a venting system to remove the radon from your home) in our area. Part of our grant is to increase the number of certified installers.  We are currently training one individual and hope to encourage more in the future to become certified.  If you need to find a certified radon mitigation installer you can contact the Kentucky Department for Public Health radon program.  Visit  the Kentucky Department for Public Health radon page here

List of Certified Septic System Installers - 2018

Report Suspicious Activity - Tuesday, December 21, 2010
As a follow up to the "See Something, Say Something"campaign email, the Kentucky Food Safety Branch has been advised by our state Office of Homeland Security, that a 24/7 tip line for the reporting of suspicious activity has been established.  Kentucky businesses, including food establishments, are encouraged to utilize the tip line and the online reporting tool.
To report suspicious activity by phone - 1-866-EYE-ON-KY ( 1-866-393-6659)
To report suspicious activity online -


Signs for the Restaurant:

Links for Food Handlers:

Food Defense and Safety Resources:

Food Service Staff - Preventing the Spread of Illness:

Recent outbreaks of gastrointestinal illness makes it more important than ever to follow safe food handling practices.  Please click HERE to see steps your establishment can take to reduce the chances of spreading gastrointestinal illness.


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