Cases of Monkeypox in Cleveland: 92

  • Monkeypox
  • COVID-19 DASHBOARD
  • Health and Wellness Clinic
  • Participation Request
  • Lead Poisoning Prevention
  • COVID-19
  • Violence and Injury
  • Covid Report
  • COVID-19


Local Air Agency

The Division of Air Quality (CDAQ) is the air pollution control agency serving Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. CDAQ is contracted with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to enforce state and local air pollution control regulations within its jurisdiction.

Environmental Health

The Division of Environmental Health is committed to improving the quality of life in the City of Cleveland by strengthening our neighborhoods, delivering superior services, embracing the diversity of our citizens, and making Cleveland a desirable, safe city in which to live, work, and raise a family.

Health

The Division of Public Health manages a critical role in protecting and improving the health of people and our communities. In Cleveland, the Division of Public Health provides a range of services aimed at promoting healthy behaviors, preventing diseases, ensuring access to life-saving immunizations, and preparing for and responding to public health emergencies.

Health Equity & Social Justice

The Division of Health Equity & Social Justice provides leadership and support to help advance the City’s key health priorities, including but not limited to, creating healthy neighborhoods: housing, education, criminal justice, wealth creation, correcting health inequity, and implementing anti-racist health practices and policies.



Permits Licenses Applications

Permits Licenses Applications


Submit Complaints

Submit a Complaint


Birth and Death Certificates

Birth & Death Certificates


COVID-19

COVID-19


Monkeypox Virus

Monkeypox (MPX) Virus


Services and Programs

Services & Programs


Data and Reports

Data & Reports


 
Air Quality

Air Quality


Food Service Operations

Food Safety Program


Birth and Death Certificates

Birth & Death Certificates


Child Care

Child Care Centers


Pools

Public Pools


Asbestos

Asbestos


 
Influenza

Influenza Surveillance Reports


Food Inspection Reports

Food Inspection Reports


HIV/AIDS

HIV/AIDS


Access to Care

Access to Care


Community Health Assessment

Community Health Assessment


Health Improvement Plan

Health Improvement Plan


 
Health Services

Health Services


Inspections

Inspections


Food Safety Program

Food Safety Program


Air Quality

CDAQ Programs & Services


Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness


Lead Poisoning Prevention

Lead Poisoning Prevention


 
Contact Us

Contact Us


CDPH History

CDPH History


CDAQ History

CDAQ History


Hours and Locations

Locations and Hours


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CDPH Leadership


PHAB Accreditation

PHAB Accreditation


 


Responsive. Trusted. Impactful.

Public health departments play a critical role in protecting and improving the health of people and communities. In Cleveland, as is the case for local public health departments in cities, towns, and states across the nation, the City of Cleveland - Department of Public Health (CDPH) provides a range of services aimed at promoting healthy behaviors; preventing diseases and injuries; ensuring access to safe food, clean air, and life-saving immunizations; and preparing for and responding to public health emergencies.