Environmental Health

  1. Healthy Homes
  2. Lead
  3. Mold
  4. Pests
  5. Radon

The Wright County Healthy Homes program is a voluntary service that offers free guidance and education on reducing environmental hazards in the home. Trained staff members work with residents to help identify potential areas of concern such as mold, exposure to toxins, asthma triggers, indoor air pollution, lead, and other housing-related health risks.

To request a Healthy Homes assessment, please visit Healthy Homes Referral

To learn more:

  1. Food, Pools, and Lodging Services (FPLS)
  2. Public Health Nuisances
  3. Septic Systems
  4. Well Water Testing

The FPLS Section at the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) licenses and inspects food, pool, and lodging establishments in Wright County.

For questions regarding FPLS, contact the MDH FPLS St. Cloud District Office at: (320) 223-7300

To report a suspected foodborne or waterborne illness:

MDH FPLS Section license the following types of businesses:

  • Bed & breakfast
  • Bunk house with camper cabins
  • Board and Lodging with special services
  • Campground
  • Food truck, food cart, or concession stand
  • Hotel or motel
  • Manufactured home park
  • Medical lodging
  • Public swimming pool or spa
  • Resorts
  • Restaurant and/or bar
  • School food service
  • Vacation home rental
  • Youth camp

FPLS Section at MDH DOES NOT license the following types of businesses:

  • Bakeries
  • Convenience stores
  • Grocery stores
  • Meat markets
  • Vending machines
  • Wholesale food manufacturing plants

To report this type of complaint, see Minnesota Department of Agriculture Food Licenses.