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  • BOH Regulation #10-01:
    For the protection of the public health against diseases and injury from pet shops, commercial kennels, pet daycare facilities, animal shelters, pet grooming services, poultry retail businesses and pet food retail businesses.

  • BOH Regulation #10-02:
    Relating to the protection of the public health throuth the nutrition information disclosure of food.

  • BOH Regulation #10-03:
    Relating to smoking in public places, establishing reinspection fees and amending civil penalties for places regulated under the Board of Health Smoking in Public Places Regulations.

  • BOH Regulation #10-04:
    Relating to electronic smoking devices and unapproved nicotine delivery products and adding a new chapter to BOH Title 19; enacted pursuant to RCW 70.05.060 and 70.160.080, including the latest amendments and revisions thereto.

  • BOH Regulation #09-07 (Proceedings for this regulation initiated in 2009)
    For the protection of the public health against diseases and injury from, and establishing permit and fee requirements for, pet shops, commercial kennels, pet daycare facilities, animal shelters, pet grooming services and pet food retail businesses.
  • BOH Regulation #09-01:
    Relating to fees and changes for environmental health services.

  • BOH Regulation #09-02:
    Relating to definitions in the King County Board of Health solid waste regulations.

  • BOH Regulation #09-03:
    Fees and charges for Environmental Health Services division.

  • BOH Regulation #09-04:
    Relating to the organization of the King County Board of Health.

  • BOH Regulation #09-05:
    Fees and charges for Environmental Health Services division.

  • BOH Regulation #09-06:
    Relating to fees and charges pertaining to drinking water supply systems serving on-site sewage systems.

  • BOH Regulation #09-07. This regulation passed in 2010 -- click on the 2010 Regulations section above to access the final document
    For the protection of the public health against diseases and injury from, and establishing permit and fee requirements for, pet shops, commercial kennels, pet daycare facilities, animal shelters, pet grooming services and pet food retail businesses.

NOTE: The Board of Health passed Regulation #08-01 on March 12, 2008 as an emergency. Because legislation adopted under emergency provisions lapse within 90 days, the Board re-adopted these regulatory provisions on April 17, 2008 as Regulation #08-02, therefore making them permanent rules and regulations.

  • BOH Regulation #08-01:
    An amendment related to the protection of the public health through the nutrition labeling of food.

  • BOH Regulation #08-02:
    An amendment related to the protection of the public health through the nutrition labeling of food.

  • BOH Regulation #08-03:
    A regulation for the protection of the public health against the spread of disease from sewage.
  • BOH Regulation #07-01:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health through the nutrition labeling of food.

  • BOH Regulation #07-02:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health through the regulation of foods containing artificial trans fat.

  • BOH Regulation #07-03:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health through the regulation of smoking in public places and places of employment.
  • BOH Regulation #06-01:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health against the spread of disease to humans by animals including rodents.

  • BOH Regulation #06-02:
    An amendment to repeal provisions of the Seattle Health Code that were adopted by Metropolitan King County Council that are obsolete, duplicative of other laws, or otherwise not enforced by the Seattle-King County Department of Public Health.

  • BOH Regulation #06-03:
    An amendment enacted to identify provisions of the Seattle Health Code for transmission to the Seattle City Council; to identify, readopt and ratify provisions of the Seattle Health Code, which this Board may at a later date consider for amendment or repeal; and to readopt and ratify the Code of the King County Board of Health, including the adopted provisions of the Seattle Health Code.
  • BOH Regulation #05-01:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health against communicable and certain other diseases

  • BOH Regulation #05-02:
    Protection against hazardous waste

  • BOH Regulation #05-05:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health relating to fees and charges for environmental health services

  • BOH Regulation #05-06:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health against the spread of disease through food

  • BOH Regulation #05-09:
    An amendment revising personal health services fee regulations
  • BOH Regulation #04-01:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health against the spread of rabies

  • BOH Regulation #04-02:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health against the spread of disease by water

  • BOH Regulation #04-03:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health against the spread of disease from sewage

  • BOH Regulation #04-04:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health relating to radiofrequency energy

  • BOH Regulation #04-05:
    An amendment for the protection of the public health relating to administrative fees and charges