In-person services now available

The Environmental Public Health and Vital Records offices have resumed in-person services. Both offices are now offering in-person services by appointment on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The Vital Records office is also open to customers without an appointment during limited hours.

Online services continue to be available. Public Health’s online permitting portal enables people to submit new permit applications and renewals, upload required documents, review account activity, and make payments. Food worker testing continues to be available online. And people can place orders for birth and death certificates through the Public Health website.

Office hours for in-person services

Environmental Public Health

  • By appointment: 8:30 am to noon Tuesdays and Thursdays. Book an appointment online.

Vital Records

  • No appointment: 8 am to noon Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • By appointment: 1-4 pm Tuesday and Thursdays. Book an appointment online.

Please note: The Center for Community Health is a health care facility and face masks are required to be worn in the building.

COVID-19

Clark County Public Health continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Public Health works closely with long-term care facilities, health care facilities, schools and other congregate settings to investigate COVID-19 cases and outbreaks in these facilities. Public Health also works with medical providers and long-term care facilities to ensure access to COVID-19 vaccines.

Have questions about COVID-19 or want to report a positive at-home test? Call the state COVID-19 hotline at 800.525.0127, then press #. The hotline is open 6 am to 10 pm Monday, and 6 am to 6 pm Tuesday through Sunday and state-observed holidays. Language assistance is available.

Visit Public Health's COVID-19 webpages for the latest COVID-19 data, recommendations for preventing COVID-19, testing locations and at-home tests, COVID-19 vaccine locations and information about therapeutics.  

Public records request

To request public records involving Public Health, please access the Public Records Request Portal, create an account and complete the submittal process.