Environmental Health & Home Safety Reporting Tool

(715) 779-3650    TNR@redcliff-nsn.gov    37295 Community Rd. Bayfield, WI 54814
Red Cliff's Environmental Health Program is a part of the Tribe's Environmental Department and covers the intersection of the environment with human health and food safety as governed by the Red Cliff Food Code Chapter 53. This Environmental Health Program is responsible for a wide variety of work, including:

If you have an urgent environmental health concern, please contact the Environmental Health Specialist Natasha Trush at 715-209-3863 or 715-779-3650 ext 4313.

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The Document Center provides easy access to public documents. Click on one of the categories below to see related documents or use the search function.

Categories always sorted by seq (sub-categories sorted within each category)
Documents sorted by SEQ in Ascending Order within category

Winter Safety7 documents

  • NWS Winter Safety
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  • Safe Shoveling
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  • Dressing for cold weather
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  • General Winter Safety Information
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  • Winter Vehicle Preparation Information
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  • Holiday Decor Safety Tips
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  • Holiday Cooking Safety Tips
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Radon Awareness2 documents

  • What Is Radon? What Can I Do?
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  • How Radon Enters The Home
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Heat Safety5 documents

  • Beat the Heat General Safety Tips
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  • Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke
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  • Pets In Vehicles
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  • Hot Weather Rules for Pets
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  • Heat Watch vs. Heat Warning
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Emergency PreparationNo documents

Temporary Food Permit Information1 document

  • Information on Temporary Food Permits
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Flood Safety Awareness3 documents

  • Flood Safety Awareness
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  • Flood Science
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  • Flood Damage Reduction Ordinance
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