All requests for birth and death certificates should be directed to the City of Cleveland Bureau of Vital Statistics. The Board of Health is not involved in any way with the preparation, distribution or storage
You have probably heard the old saying: “Sleep tight. Don’t let the bed bugs bite.” Unfortunately, bed bugs have made a big resurgence in the U.S. Although their name comes from their tendency to live on or near our beds, bed bugs can be found living throughout homes, apartments,
Standing left to right: TERRY ALLAN, HEALTH COMMISSIONER & BOARD SECRETARY, GREGORY L. HALL, M.D., Doug Wang Sitting left to right: James T. Gatt, DEBBIE L. MOSS, ESQ., Jonathan Greenberg, Esq. Notice: The Cuyahoga County Board of Health will be holding a Special Board Meeting on Tuesday, February
Program Background In May 1993, CCBH adopted Bathing Beach Water Quality Regulations in order to help protect the public from potential health risks associated with swimming in recreational waters. It was deemed necessary to inform
Check Your Beach’s Water Quality Water samples are collected at beaches to check for levels of E. coli bacteria. E. coli is a group of bacteria that is commonly found in the intestinal tracts of man and other warm-blooded animals and is therefore used as a sign of water contamination. Many types
Tattoo and Body Piercing (Body Art) Program The Cuyahoga County Board of Health conducts the Tattoo & Body Piercing Program to help protect public health. The program is conducted under the laws and rules established in Ohio Revised Code and Ohio Administrative Code, and requires all operations
Throughout history, honey bees have played a vital role in agriculture. Along with producing honey, bees pollinate many of our fruit and vegetable crops. In Ohio, these include apples, melons, cucumbers and pumpkins. Nearly one-third of our diet benefits directly or indirectly
What is a Brownfield?
A brownfield site is real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant. Abandoned gas stations, industrial facilities, and other potentially contaminated
Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps (BCMH) helps pay for special health care needs in children. It may cover costs not paid by Medicaid or private health insurance. It can lessen your out of pocket costs. We provide services for children living in all cities in Cuyahoga County.