BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Kern County Public Health announced that businesses whose Environmental Health Permit is set to expire at the end of the month now have an extension.
Public health posted Wednesday saying the annual billing that was set to expire on June 30 has been extended to Sept. 30 to make up for the economic impact of COVID-19.
Permit invoices will be mailed to all facilities by Sept. 25 and will be due Oct. 30.
The extension will not impact the expiration date of the new permit.
For more details, call (661) 862-8740 or email EH@kerncounty.com.
Due to the impact #COVID19 has had on our permitted businesses, we are extending the due dates of your annual permit invoices by 90 days. pic.twitter.com/1GQPdhdyUZ— Kern Public Health (@KCPublicHealth) June 24, 2020