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Bismarck’s Environmental Health Division consists of two Environmental Health Specialists, an Administrator and support staff who provide environmental services for the City of Bismarck.
Environmental Health Division – Staff Listing
Anton Sattler, Administrator
Mosquito Control / Insect Infestations / Public & Semi-Public Swimming Pools / Lodging
Burton Pfliger, EHS
Public Health Nuisance Complaints / Junk Storage / Noise / Air Quality
Paige McDaniel, EHS
Food Licensing Requirements / Body Art / Env. Health Assessments / Tanning / Special Pet
During the summer, ticks can be a nuisance at best, and a health hazard at worst. Ticks are primarily active during warm-weather months (April through September). For more information visit the North Dakota Department of Health page on Tickborne Disease. Use these suggestions from the CDC to prevent tick bites.
Learn more about cottage food.
Food Safety for Food Service Employees Presentation (PDF format)