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1 2  Program Contact Jim Armstrong MS, RS Program Manager 216.201.2000 ext 1251 jarmstrong@ccbh.net Food businesses operating in Cuyahoga County, with the exception of the City of Cleveland, are required to have either a food service operation or retail food establishment a license issued by CCBH. If you will be operating in our jurisdiction and intend ...

2 3 For an Appointment or Information Call Nate McConoughey, RSProgram Manager (216) 201-2000 ext. 1239 nmcconoughey@ccbh.net Domenica McClintock, RS, MPHSupervisor (216) 201-2000 ext. 1223 dmcclintock@ccbh.net The Cuyahoga County Board of Health (CCBH) conducts a diverse Sewage Treatment System Program which addresses water quality issues within the county. A total of 48 communities in the Cuyahoga ...

    Food Allergies   Click here to visit the Food Allergies page.       Food Defense   Click here to visit the Food Defense page.       Food Education and Information for Food Workers Click here to visit the Food Workers page.       Food Inspection Reports   Click here to view food ...

COVID-19 Memo for Ryan White Part A Providers Semi Annual Eligibility Certification No Changes- COVID-19  RW Part A Eligibility Application -COVID-19 The CDC, HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau, and NIH have recently issued guidance and FAQs regarding COVID-19 and HIV/AIDS. Please see the resources below and share with your networks.   CDC FAQ on COVID-19: What People ...

1 2  Program Contact John Sobolewski RS Deputy Director 216.201.2000 ext 1515 jsobolewski@ccbh.net Measures taken during the last two decades have greatly reduced exposures to lead in tap water. These measures include actions taken under the requirements of the 1986 and 1996 amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ...

News Advisory Department of Housing and Urban Development Awards City of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County Grants for Lead Abatement CLEVELAND – On Thursday, September 24, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) will present the City of Cleveland with a Lead Hazard Reduction Demonstration Grant check for $3,714,272 and the Cuyahoga County Board ...

The documents below include maps and reports identifying the geographical distribution of children (under the age of 6) with elevated blood lead levels in both Cuyahoga County and specifically in the City of Cleveland. 1 2 Maps 2004 – Children with an EBL of 5 micrograms per deciliter (ug/dl) or above 2004 – Children with ...

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 of these ...

 Program Contacts Gerry Scott RS Supervisor 216.201.2000 ext 1259 gscott@ccbh.net Paul DeSario PhD, RS Supervisor 216.201.2000 ext 1243 pdesario@ccbh.net CCBH sanitarians inspect more than 5,000 food-related facilities and events each year. This includes convenient stores, food trucks, gas stations, local fairs and festivals, restaurants, supermarkets, vending machines and more. All of their reports are available ...

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