For The Community

Local health departments (LHDs) are community-based public health service providers and the front-line forces responsible for essential public health services that protect the health of New Jersey's citizens. The 565 cities, townships, boroughs and other muncipalities in New Jersey rely on a network of 94 LHDs that help ensure local public health in partnership with the state Department of Health. Some LHDs cover a single municipality, while others cover multiple municipalities or entire counties.

Use the map tool on this page to find individual LHDs, or download/view the entire directory of local health departments in New Jersey.

Note: The Local Health Directory and Map are viewed best when using Chrome as the web browser.

Health Care Professionals: When reporting a disease or condition that requires mandatory reporting to health officials, contact the health department where the patient lives.

Find Your Local Health Department
Click a local area on the New Jersey map to see its local health department, that department's ranking health official, its contact information, and a link to its website.
Last Reviewed: 7/22/2019