The following list consists of the Naugatuck Valley Health District applications most frequently requested. If the computer used to view this site has Adobe Reader, the applications can be easily downloaded by clicking on the form name. If Adobe Reader is not installed the following link will bring you to the Adobe Website where Adobe Reader may be freely downloaded to allow the viewing of PDF formats.
Apply for a temporary food service license. Once the application is received, you will be contacted via phone prior to the event for a more detailed review. On-site inspection maybe required. For complete Guidelines for Food Service at Temporary Events click here.
Apply for a seasonal food service permit. Dates of operation by not exceed 90 calendar days.
Schedule a food service plan review for a newly constructed or renovated food service establishment.
Complete a food service plan application for a newly constructed or renovated food service establishment.
Train all non-certified food protection manager (CFPM) employees. This training must be conducted by an employed CFPM of the licensed establishment.
Apply for approval of a Building addition, change in use, accessory structure, lot line revision.
Schedule soil & site evaluation with NVHD to identify conditions on the property for septic system design proposals.
Submit a plan to be reviewed for a new septic system design.
Submit a plan to be reviewed for a repair septic system design.
Submit plan(s) for review and approval of two or more lots.
Obtain approval for an on-site well WTW disposal system.
Request an inspection of a daycare center.
Request an inspection prior to the purchase of a food service establishment, body care salon or adding additional space to an already licensed daycare center.
Request copies of any public records.
Submit a tick for identification and/or testing.
Review program, check eligibility and apply for the program.
Apply for the NauVel lead hazard program.
Review program requirements and benefits.
Check occupant income eligibility and fair market rent rates.