Gateway has a new way for you to test your home for radon if you live in Bath, Elliott, Menifee, Morgan, or Rowan County. Simply click this link, fill out the form, and a radon test kit will be mailed to you. Please fill out the form completely. If you need assistance please feel free to send an email to the email address given at the very bottom of the form. There is also some additional information down below in the Announcements section.
The Gateway District Health Department (Bath, Elliott, Menifee, Morgan and Rowan counties) has a website you can use to order a radon test kit to test your home. Kits are distributed on a first come first served basis while supplies last. This is part of a grant through the Kentucky Department for Public Health. To obtain a free kit simply scroll up to the radon box and click the link. It will take you to a form that you can fill out and a test kit will be mailed to you free of charge. The instructions for conducting the test are simple and are included in the kit. You will send the kit to a lab to be analyzed by placing the test strip inside the included postage paid envelope. This also is free of charge to you. The results will be mailed or emailed to you (but please print legibly and accurately). Currently there are very few certified radon mitigation (mitigation is another term for installing a venting system to remove the radon from your home) in our area. If you need to find a certified radon mitigation installer you can contact the Kentucky Department for Public Health radon program. Visit the Kentucky Department for Public Health radon page here.
As a follow up to the "See Something, Say Something"campaign email, the Kentucky Food Safety Branch has been advised by our state Office of Homeland Security, that a 24/7 tip line for the reporting of suspicious activity has been established. Kentucky businesses, including food establishments, are encouraged to utilize the tip line and the online reporting tool.
To report suspicious activity by phone - 1-866-EYE-ON-KY ( 1-866-393-6659)
To report suspicious activity online click HERE
Certified Food Manager Training Instructions
**To obtain your CFM certification card, you must take and pass a 50 question exam that is based on the study guide. This exam is open book/note and you will be given one hour to complete it. A passing score is 75%. The fee to take the exam is $30 (cash, check, money order) and will be paid at time of the exam. You can take the exam as many times as you would like; each exam will cost an additional $30.
If you cannot read or have another disability please notify the person administering the exam so that special arrangements can be made.
Exams will be administered at the local health departments, please contact the local health department environmental staff to schedule a time to take the exam.
Bath County Health Department 606.674.2731—68 Oberline Street, Owingsville, KY 40360
Elliott County Health Department 606.738.5205—109 David Blair Blvd, Sandy Hook, KY 41171
Menifee County Health Department 606.768.2151—1919 Main Street, Frenchburg, KY 40322
Morgan County Health Department 606.743.3744—493 Riverside Drive, West Liberty, KY 41472
Rowan County Health Department 606.784.8954—730 W. Main Street, Morehead, KY 40351