Services at Public Health
Below is a listing of all services available to Montgomery County residents.
Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County’s Department of Vital Statistics issues birth and death records dating back to 1909 for people born in Montgomery County, Ohio. Certified birth certificates (abstracts) for persons born in the state of Ohio (dating back to 1908) can also be issued. To order copies of birth/death certificates from 1867 through 1908 please contact Montgomery County Archives at (937) 225-6366. The fee for all certified records is $22.00 per copy. Certified checks and money orders should be made payable to Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County. Additionally, customers can purchase records via debit/credit cards, with a surcharge of $2.50 per transaction.
CarePoint Syringe Services
Information about CarePoint Syringe Services Program.
The Public Health Epidemiology department collects and analyzes health-related data and information pertaining to the Montgomery County, Ohio's residents and neighborhoods in the form of reports and presentations.
The Food Protection Program supervises the licensing and inspection of all restaurants, grocery stores, vending machines, mobile food operations, and temporary food operations.
Food Service and Mobile Food Service Plan Review
Public Health works hand in hand with local building and other inspection authorities to ensure that all applicable codes are met.
Food Service Inspections
Food Service Sanitarians inspect licensed food service operators and retail food establishments for proper food storage, handling, preparation and serving.