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New Labeling System for All State Cannabis Cultivation Licenses
In an effort to continue to provide open and meaningful communication to you, CalCannabis has an important update that will affect all state cultivation licenses.
10/31/2019 3:12:22 PM
California Cannabis Track-and-Trace/METRC System Workshops for Licensees
We invite you to join us at one of our upcoming California Cannabis Track-and-Trace (CCTT-METRC) System workshops for an advanced overview of the CCTT-METRC system being used statewide to record inventory and movement of cannabis and cannabis products throughout the commercial cannabis supply chain.
10/3/2019 8:55:03 AM
Family and Food Safety First this Thanksgiving
Eating healthy this Thanksgiving begins with basic home food safety practices that are known to reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses. The Monterey County Health Department is reminding all cooks entering the kitchen this season to follow the Fight BAC!® basics of home food safety: Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill.
Published on July 11, 2018. Last modified on October 21, 2019
Cannabis management Services
The Monterey County Health Department, Environmental Health Bureau (MCHD, EHB) oversees cannabis businesses throughout Monterey County for both unincorporated areas and within city jurisdictions.
Our primary focus is to protect the public's health, and the environment through education while addressing regulations and permitting the following services: Consumer Health Protection, Drinking Water, Environmental Health Review, Hazardous Materials, Recycling and Resources Recovery, Solid Waste Management, and Animal Services.
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Examples of facilities that may require Health permits:
- Cultivation or Nursery Sites
- Manufacturing Facilities
- Testing Facilities
- Transportation and Distribution Operations
Prior to any city or municipality issuing a cannabis facility a permit to operate, the Environmental Health Bureau (EHB) must review the proposed operation to determine if a health permit(s) is needed. The applicant must obtain a health permit(s) prior to commencement of operation.To obtain a Request for Service and/or a Health Permit, Submit the following to EHB
- Completethe Request for Service Application form
- Payment for 4 hours of staff time to review the application (currently $162/hour), made payable to the Monterey County Health Department
- Comprehensive project description with scope of operations
- Completed Hazardous Materials Questionnaire
- If the answer is ‘YES’ to any of these questions, provide a list of hazardous materials/wastes with their corresponding quantities
- Register with CERS and complete a Facility site plan and storage map
Within approximately 10 business days, the EHB will contact the applicant to:
- Request additional information, or
- Provide a list of required Health permits, or
- Provide documentation that no Health permits are required
You may also download this information in PDF form here: Download here
Below are some of the Environmental Health Cannabis Related Permits that may be required:
| PE NUMBER
||Section#||Description|| FY 2019-2020
|C000|| Hourly Rate
|C001||1|| Cannabis Operation, Food Handling
|C002||2||Cannabis Operation,Hazardous Materials & Hazardous Waste||$2699|
|C003||3|| Cannabis Operations, Solid Waste
|C004||4|| Cannabis Operations, Water System
Questions should be directed to Brian Azevedo, Cannabis Management Services Supervisor, (831) 796-1274. Additional information about how to apply for a food facility permit, hazardous materials or waste permit, or composting permit is available on the EHB website: www.mtyhd.org/eh