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Contact the Animal Control Officer, Mike Moran, at 508-612-9752. We will also be offering on the A.C. website, a page with lost and found animals in the near future. Residents who find an animal and are unsure who the owner is should also contact the officer at the above telephone number.
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You may contact the BOH office for a list of inspectors, or call the company you use to pump out your septic tank to see if they are certified (most are). You will need to provide the inspectors with a copy of your septic system design plan, and the water table. Both should be available at the BOH office, by supplying us with the year the house was built, the lot number and any names originally associated with the home.
Call or email the BOH office for a copy of your septic system design. Please have as much information as possible; date the house was built, name the house was built under, lot number (not street number). If the design plan is available, we will make a copy for you.
The mosquitoes that carry these diseases could be present until this area has a hard frost.
Yes, any resident or business that wants a dumpster needs to first obtain a permit from the BOH, even if it's for a short duration.
The Department of Public Health is no longer testing birds in the area, they have obtained all the information needed. Dispose of the bird properly but be sure to wear gloves.
An inspection of your kitchen must first be made by the food inspector, who will then determine if you meet the necessary requirements. To schedule such an inspection, contact the BOH office at 508-529-6813.
Yes, all the food inspection reports are public record and can be viewed during office hours.
Upton no longer offers a disposal site for these items, but you may contact a private organization such as High Acres Farm on Christian Hill Road in Upton 508-478-2887.