Environmental Health

The duties of the Environmental Health Department is to permit and regulate on-site sewage facilities, development within the special flood hazard areas, subdivision plats, and the enforcement of public nuisance violations in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations.

Services

  • On-site Sewage Facilities (OSSF)
  • floodplain Development
  • subdivisions
  • Code Enforcement

 

  • Environment Health Emails

    Please send all email enquiries to guadcoeh@gmail.com.

  • Federal Emergency Management Agency's Preliminary Revised Flood Insurance Rate Map and Flood Insurance Study Report

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has presented Guadalupe County with preliminary revised copies of the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) and Flood Insurance Study (FIS) Report cover letter dated May 18, 2022 for Guadalupe County, Texas and incorporated areas (click above link to view). The revised FIS Report describes the flood hazard information updates made and the source information used. FEMA only revised those FIRM panels with updated flood hazard information. The revised preliminary FIRM panels can be viewed and/or downloaded from the FEMA Portal or hard copies can be viewed in the Environmental Health Office. For additional information, please contact Kelly Schmoekel, Guadalupe County’s Floodplain Manager, at 830-303-8858 x1611 (Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. to Noon & 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.)

Office Directory

Name Title Extension
Amy McCormick Administrative Assistant 1250
Zachary Douglas Sanitation Inspector 1248
Cary Brown Sanitation Inspector 1502
Melissa Zwicke Platting Assistant 1251
Amanda Catoe Code Enforcement Officer 1292
Daniella Valdez Code Enforcement Officer 1211
Kelly Schmoekel Floodplain Manager 1611
Neddy Palomares Floodplain Manager 1540

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