Frequently Requested Phone Numbers

Check out our listing of Frequently Requested Non-City Phone Numbers for contact information to other businesses, utilities, organizations and government listings.

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Cuyahoga County Board of Health

Attached are helpful links to the CCBH website. Click on a particular topic for more information. You can also contact them by phone at 216-201-2001.

Breast Cancer Awareness CCBH 2019


CC Helath Dept. Immunization flyer 2019



















Here is a link to all of the food inspections reports filed by The County Health Department for locations throughout Cuyahoga County, with the exception of those located in the city of Cleveland: https://healthspace.com/clients/ohio/cuyahoga/cuyahoga_web_live.nsf

Those are not included because the Cleveland Department of Public Health conducts inspections for all of the food operations within the city limits.

Using the column on the left side of the page, choose Food Facility Inspections, then choose a city and click on it. This will take you to an alphabetical listing of all the food service operations within that city. When you find the location you want to review, click on it and you will see a list of the most recent inspections conducted at that facility. If you have any questions, please call us at 216.201.2000. A food sanitarian will be happy to guide you through the report and answer your questions.


Huntington beach 


As warm weather approaches, our local beaches will soon become very active. During the summer, water quality samples are taken daily at several beaches around Northeast Ohio.
Links to these daily reports are available at http://www.ccbh.net/water-quality/

This page also includes an explanation of what is meant by good and poor water quality and how these conditions can affect our health.

Water quality readings are posted every day on CCBH Facebook and Twitter beginning Memorial Day weekend and lasting through Labor Day weekend. Please visit us at: