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20 4th Avenue SW, Conrad, Montana 59425-2340

(located on the lower level of the Courthouse)

Corrine Rose, RS, Sanitarian

(406) 271-4020

(406) 450-5041 cell



Wednesday & Thursday; 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

(excluding holidays)

Services & Documents

Environmental Quality:

Decay Ordinance

Litter Ordinance

Solid Waste Management

Recycling & Waste Reduction

Open Burning ARM 17.8.6

Junk Vehicle Program

DEQ Spill/Complaint Reporting

Drinking Water

EPA Website

DEQ Website

Well Logs

Homeowner Water Use

Septic System Permits

Local Subsurface Wastewater Treatment Regulations

Onsite Subsurface Wastewater Treatment ARM 17.36.9

Montana Standards for Subsurface Wastewater Treatment

Public Health & Safety:

Food & Consumer Safety

Food Safety Education

Montana Cottage Food Information

Temporary Food Establishments Guidance

Montana Communicable Disease Epidemiology Program

Rabies Resources

CDC Website

Montana DPHHS

Animal Bite Report Form

Foodborne Illnesses

Water-Related Illnesses



The Environmental Health Department addresses the interaction between human health and the environment. Through a variety of programs and services, the Department strives to provide public health protection, offer educational and training opportunities, supply timely and beneficial information, and enforce health protection standards as outlined by Pondera County, State of Montana, and Federal government guidelines.  Our health is affected by the quality of air, land, food, and water resources.  Maintaining and improving public health by managing those environmental factors that affect health is the goal of the County Sanitarian’s office.


The Sanitarian inspects all of the facilities that are licensed through the Food and Consumer Safety Section of the Department of Public Health and Human Services. This includes all food service and food manufacturing establishments such as restaurants, grocery stores, bars, and grain packaging businesses, public accommodations, trailer courts, RV parks, swimming pools, and licensed day care centers. Other responsibilities include: Communicable Disease Program, which includes reports of possible food borne illness and possible rabies exposure; and Department of Environmental Quality programs such as water quality, subdivisions, septic system permitting, solid waste, air quality, and the junk vehicle program.






Montana Department of Public Health

Food and Drug Administration

Centers for Disease Control

Montana Department of Environmental Quality

Northen Montana Joint Refuse

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