The Piqua City Health Department is responsible for administering the general health laws, rules and regulations of the State of Ohio, and enforcing the health laws adopted by the Piqua Board of Health (City Commission).
Health Department activities include inspections and consultations in the following programs: Food service operations (restaurants), food establishments, temporary food service operations at local festivals, vending machines, public swimming pools, schools, tattoo and piercing studios, rabies control, plumbing, vital statistics (birth & death records), public health nursing, smoking, and vector control.
In addition, the Health Department also investigates general nuisance complaints such as high grass and trash on properties.
The Health& Sanitation Department’s hours are 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday.
Updated Processes during COVID-19 Pandemic
To apply for a birth or death certificate, a plumbing permit, or contractor registration fill out the forms available on the Health & Sanitation Page at www.piqua.org/city-departments/health-department. These forms can be mailed or dropped into the Utilities Billing Office Drop Box located between the Fire Department and the Utility Billing Office. Please include a check for payment. Applications will be processed as quickly as possible. Be sure to include a phone number and email address so we can contact you when the items are available. General questions and questions regarding refuse and recycling can be directed to 937-778-2060. For information or questions regarding the coronavirus pandemic, please call 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.
What is the City of Piqua Doing
Miami County Public Health is closely monitoring this outbreak, along with the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) and the City of Piqua Health Department. ODH is also coordinating efforts directly with the CDC. We are actively communicating with our response partners in the county and region. We are also reviewing our internal plans and procedures to ensure that we are prepared and ready to respond if a case is reported in our jurisdiction.
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Amy Welker, RS
Director of Health & Sanitation
Chris Boeke, RS
201 W. Water St.
Piqua, OH 45356