Weights & Measures Program
The Weights and Measures Program protects consumer rights by ensuring the accuracy of scales, taximeters, and other measuring devices.
Principal Activities and Services
- Inspects and tests commercial devices including scales, gasoline pumps, taximeters, liquefied petroleum gas dispensers and electric meters.
- Investigates public complaints concerning inaccurate computation of price or quantity.
- Inspects petroleum products for compliance with quality, labeling, and advertising requirements.
Registering a Weighing/Measuring Device or an Electronic Point of Sale Station
Weights and Measures
The Weights and Measures Program registers weighing or measuring devices to ensure consumer protection and rights. To register a device, contact the Environmental Health Weights & Measure program staff. A registration fee will be required. See the Fee Schedule under Helpful Links for more information.
Point of Sale Station
The Weights and Measures Program is responsible for registering and inspecting all point of sale stations. A "point of sale station" is defined as individual or separate equipment that is capable of recovering electronically stored price information that is used to charge consumers for the purchase of commodities. For more information about point of sale registration, click here (pdf). Contact the Environmental Health Department with any questions.
Making a Complaint
Click here for information on how to make a complaint.