Tammy Fikac, Deputy Assistant Director / Environmental Supervisor
“It wasn’t until I came to work for Victoria County Public Health Department that I realized what a great resource the county has to promote public health in the community. Our goal in Environmental Services is to educate and protect the public to the best of our ability by promoting food safety and protecting groundwater. Two important facts to remember: Wash your hands and keep your refrigerator at 41°F.”
Tammy is a Registered Professional Sanitarian & Certified Floodplain Manager and oversees the daily activities in the Environmental Services Division, in addition to, conducting food establishment inspections, investigating general sanitation complaints, floodplain management, and educating the community about various topics in public health. She has been employed with Victoria County for 16 years and enjoys working with the community on a daily basis. Tammy is a member of the Texas Floodplain Managers Association & Texas Environmental Health Association, which is a statewide, non-profit professional/educational organization for persons who work in the field of environmental health. Tammy holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. Her environmental profession began in San Antonio, Texas as a project engineer with a nationwide environmental consulting firm. She worked and completed several projects in pollution prevention and environmental compliance.