Address: 127 Elm Street
Millbury, MA 01527
Phone: (508) 865-4721
Fax: (508) 865-0878
Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday
James Morin, Chairman
Armand O. White, Vice Chairman
The Millbury Board of Health is a three member board that meets twice monthly to ensure the enforcement of the state sanitary code and develop policies to protect the health and welfare of Millbury residents.
The Board of Health works to enforce the Massachusetts State Sanitary Code. This interacts with several areas of public life:
Housing: Inspections are directed toward the rehabilitation of substandard housing to meet the requirements of the State Sanitary Code for Human Habitation. We work to ensure that residential units are maintained in a conditions that provides decent, safe and sanitary housing, and to keep neighborhoods free of rubbish, rodent harborage and infestations.
Air and Water: Inspections are directed toward the control of air and water pollution in Town. We monitor water quality at beaches, and we monitor and control the storage, use and disposal of hazardous materials. The Board of Health works to protect the environment from improper disposal or accidental release of these materials, and we enforce several environmental regulations including the Mass. Env. Code Title V.
Food and Milk: Inspections are conducted by the Board of Health to ensure that food and milk sold in Town is wholesome, free from adulteration, properly labeled and safe for human consumption. The Board also inspects establishments that offer food products for sale to the public, to ensure that they are maintained safely, in compliance with the State Sanitary Code.
Public Health Nursing: The Public Health Nurses investigate reportable communicable diseases. This may involve visiting a patient’s home, telephone contact and other types of follow-up.
Tanning: All tanning establishments are inspected by the Board of Health to ensure compliance with the State Sanitary Code.