Improving & Protecting Quality Of Life
Environmental factors can have a big impact on your health. The Cincinnati Health Department helps improve and protect quality of life in the city's neighborhoods through several programs.
- Health Promotion & Worksite Wellness
Health Promotion and Worksite Wellness strives to improve health outcomes through environmental, policy and systems changes in communities, schools, worksites and health care settings.
- Neighborhood-Specific Life Expectancy Data
The Cincinnati Health Department (CHD) has produced information on life expectancy for each of 47 neighborhood groupings.
- Neighborhood-Specific Mortality Data
The results of an unprecedented 2.5 year effort has produced the leading causes of death for Cincinnati and death rates in each of the 48 neighborhood groupings, by age, gender and race.
- Infectious Disease Data
View infectious disease data for the City of Cincinnati, updated monthly.
- Litter & Weed Complaints
Submit a complaint about litter, tall grass or weeds on a property.
- Bed Bugs
Bed bugs have made a big comeback in the U.S. Find out what you can do if they're in your home.
- Healthy Homes
Healthy household conditions are crucial to your well-being. An environmental assessment may help you monitor and correct problems.
- Lead Poisoning Prevention
Homes built prior to 1978 may have lead paint which can deteriorate and create leaded dust that can poison a child.
- Mosquito Control
Avoid mosquito bites and remove standing water to help prevent disease.