- Adult Entertainment
- Animal Care Facilities
- Arbovirus Sentinel Chicken Surveillance
- Biomedical Waste
- Body Piercing
- Drowning Prevention
- Food Safety and Sanitation
- Group Care
- Healthy Beaches
- Indoor Air, Mold, and Radon
- Mobile Home and RV Parks
- PACE EH
- Pools and Spas
- Sanitary Nuisances
- Well Construction
Limited Use Drinking Water
This program monitors construction, permitting, sampling and enforcement of Limited Use Public Drinking Water Systems (which are not covered by the Safe Drinking Water Act), multi-family water systems and private water systems in Brevard County.
There are three types of Limited Use Public Water Systems:
- Limited Use Community is a water system that serves 5 or more residences or two or more rentals residences. Examples include: small apartment complex, duplex/triplex, assisted living facility, small mobile home park, nursing home, etc.
- Limited Use Commercial is a water system that services one or more non-residential establishments, and provides piped water. Examples include: motel/hotel, church, business, family day care, etc.
- Limited Use Registered is a water system which is a limited use commercial system that does not make tap water available for public consumption. Examples include: business with no water fountain, church with no kitchen or public events, park restroom with no water fountain, etc.
The criteria that determine the water system's classification can be determined by reviewing the decision tree. Any person wanting to operate a Limited Use Well in Brevard County must submit the appropriate applications, fees, site plans, and well completion report (if available) to the Florida Department of Health in Brevard County Environmental Health Services and be granted a license prior to operation. The permit year runs from October 1 to September 30; first year licenses are prorated after March 31, please contact our office for further details. Licenses must be renewed annually; failure to renew on time will result in the assessment of a $35.00 late fee.
For more information, definitions, and rule information on these systems in the State of Florida, please visit http://www.floridahealth.gov/environmental-health/drinking-water/limited-use-wells.html.
- Chapter 64E-8, F.A.C.
- Decision Tree
- DH Form 4092A Application for Limited Use Water System Operation
- DH Form 4092B Water System Construction Permit Application
- DH Form 4094 Water System Variance Application
- DH Form 4095 Limited Use Commercial Water System Registration
- EPA Guidance Document - What to Do After the Flood
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