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Dallas County is responsible for mosquito treatment in the City of Rowlett, including the portion of the City located in Rockwall County. Once a complaint has been reported an expert will survey the property looking for larva, adult mosquitoes, and standing water. If larva are found the source will be treated with larvacide. Dallas County can also place a trap out overnight to get a representative count on the adults and test the adults to determine if they are carrying disease. Currently, Dallas County is not spraying to exterminate adults unless a group of mosquitoes is found to be carrying a disease. For mosquito related service please submit a service request to the online Citizen Action Center, or call 972-412-6100.
To renew your Health Permit, please visit our office located at 5702 Rowlett Road to complete a renewal application and pay your fees. You may also click on the link below, print out the permit form and/or credit authorization form and fax it to 972-412-6297. A copy of the Certified Food Manager’s certificate and their driver’s license is required with your application. If you have additional questions, please call 972-412-6283.
For restaurant or food facility service, please submit a service request to the online Citizen Action Center or contact Senior Health Specialist, Rodney Noles at 972-463-3961.
The fee schedule for routine immunizations can be obtained by calling the Garland Health Clinic at 972-205-3370.
The cost for the flu vaccine is $20 and the cost for the pneumococcal vaccine is $25.
The City of Garland Health Services Clinic offers seasonal flu shot clinics. Please contact the clinic at 972-205-3370 for dates and locations.
The clinic hours include walk-in appointments on Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00pm - 4:00pm and scheduled appointments on Monday - Friday. To schedule an appointment please call the Garland Health Services Clinic at 972-205-3370.
The Texas Department of State Health Services, Certified Food Manager Certification is obtained by passing a department-approved examination consisting of 75 basic food safety and sanitation questions. For more information, visit the site below: