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Racine, WI 53403
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City of Racine Public Health Department
The City of Racine Public Health Department acts as an agent for the Weights and Measures Program of the State of Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection (DATCP). While State-employed inspectors conduct all program inspections, the Public Health Department handles billing for the program.
The Weights and Measures Program protects consumers by monitoring the accuracy of gas station pumps, grocery store scales and packages (those sold by weight), checkout scanners, and timers (found in laundromats, taxis, etc.).
If your establishment is inspected through the Weights and Measures Program, the invoice is issued by, and paid directly to, the Environmental Health Division. Call 262-636-9203 if there are questions about the invoice.
The amount of the invoice you will receive depends on the number of pumps, scales, scanners, and/or timers in use at your business. Charges are as follows:
In addition to the above fees, a penalty will also be assessed for late payment of the Weights and Measures invoice. Penalties are as follows:
For gas pumps not dispensing the proper amount, grocery store scales weighing inaccurately, retail checkout scanners not scanning correctly, or other related issues, contact DATCP.
Online Complaint Form
You can find more information about Weights and Measures
on the DATCP website.
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