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Main Phone: 262-636-9201
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730 Washington Avenue
Racine, WI 53403
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Closed 11:55 AM – 1 PM
Household Hazardous Waste
There are guidelines and procedures that both tenants and landlords should follow when renting an apartment or house to ensure the rental process goes well. See the following resources for helpful information regarding the rental process:
If you need to request an extension in order to complete or comply with orders received from a Sanitarian at the City of Racine Public Health Department, please use the following form:Environmental Health Extension Request
WI Way – A guide for landlords and tenants when renting a property.
Healthy Home Checklist 2010 – Some helpful information for use when moving into a new home or ensuring your current one is safe.
Check-In/Check-Out Form – Use this form during a joint tenant/landlord inspection whenever the unit changes occupants.
Failure of a landlord to use a written check-in/check-out procedure will serve as evidence that the tenant is correct in any dispute over property conditions, unless a governmental third-party has previously verified property conditions.
For More Information
If you have questions or would like more information,
Southern Wisconsin Landlords Association: 262-822-4166
City of Racine Fair Housing Office: 262-636-9595
City of Racine Building Department: 262-636-9464
Racine Neighborhood Watch, Inc.: 262-637-5711
Department of Agriculture: Division of Consumer Protection:
Environmental Health around the House
Bed Bugs (CDC)
Using Pesticides Safely
West Nile Virus
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