The forms below are for use by new and existing body artists/establishments in Cattaraugus County.
The "CCHD: Application for a Certificate to Operate a Tattoo Establishment" is used by new tattoo and permanent makeup establishments who do not already have a "Certificate of Sanitation."
The "CCHD: Consent Form for the Body Piercing of a Minor" is used by body artists to document parental consent when piercing minors. It is illegal to pierce a minor without parental consent.
Below are MS Powerpoint presentations for Water System Operators and Town Board Members given at the Southern Tier West Local Governance Conferences at Houghton College (2011 -2012). Presented by Eric Wohlers, PE and Chris Crawford, Ph.D.
Presentation 1 (5/11/2011) - "Exploring Web Resources for Water Operations & Management""
Presentation 2 (5/11/2011)- "Providing Safe Drinking Water Roles & Responsibilities"
Presentation 3 (5/9/2012) - ""Current Public Water Supply Regulatory Issues Pt. 1" Read more
These downloads contain the instructions and application for registration (or renewal of registration) as non-profit membership association for the purpose of documenting exemption from the NYS Clean Indoor Air Act (CIAA).
This download below contains the complete Sanitary Code of the Cattaraugus County Health District, effective September 4, 2008.
The "Environmental Health Complaint / Referral Form" is used to file a complaint of a Sanitary Code violation with the Environmental Health Division. A completed form may be submitted by mail or fax using the contact information below.
Olean Office (Main Office):
Cattaraugus County Health Department
Attn: Environmental Health
1 Leo Moss Drive, Suite 4010 Read more
The “DOH-360CUV: Water System Operation Report” form is used to report on the daily operation of disinfection systems for public water supplies.
The "DOH-1323: Report on Operation of Swimming Pool" form is used to report on the daily operation of disinfection systems for public swimming pools.
Both of these forms are available in two file types below. One is a pdf version that may be printed and filled in by hand. The other is a MS Excel file, for operators that wish to fill out the report on a computer. Read more
All fees charged for Environmental Health services are established by the Cattaraugus County Legislature through local law.
The download below is the most recent revision of the local law establishing fees to be charged by the Cattaraugus County Health Department. This law became effective August 1, 2011.
Please note that with the establishment of this fee schedule, non-profit organizations are no longer exempt from fees charged for Environmental Health services.