The goal of the Health, Animal & Vector Control Division is to promote environmental public health to the community by providing awareness of City and County sponsored environmental programs and code enforcement.
To accomplish this, the Division enforces adopted codes as they relate to the following areas:
- Pet regulations, including registration & rabies vaccination requirements
- Animals at-large and lost pets
- Private sewage disposal systems
- Junk, trash, and debris on private property
- Tall grass and weeds
- Public swimming pools
- Vector and mosquito control
Please be advised that the Jefferson County Health Department is responsible for the inspection of restaurants, drinking water, childcare facilities, etc., community health and wellness initiatives, birth & death certificates, and much more. Contact the Jefferson County Health Department at 636-282-1010 for more information.
For any life-safety emergency or imminent threat, call 911 for Police, Fire, or Emergency Medical Service.
Many general complaints can often be resolved, and intervention from City authorities avoided, when neighbors communicate their concerns respectfully and work positively together to resolve issues as “good neighbors.” In order to avoid disputes, we encourage every Arnold citizen to consider how their behavior may affect others.
However, if you wish to bring a noticeable code violation to the City’s attention, use this link:
You may also call the Code Compliance Hotline at 636-282-6625.
Use our Please Contact Me form to:
- Ask questions or voice concerns
- Report lost or found pets
- Report neighborhood nuisances