Our Mission Lake County Indiana - Mission Statement

To protect health, prevent disease, and promote health and well-being of Lake County residents

Contact Us
 By Mail Or In Person

2900 West 93rd Ave.
Crown Point, IN 46307

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm

 By Phone or Fax

Phone: 219-755-3655
Fax: 219-755-3668

 By E-Mail

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Lake County Indiana - Reporting

Conditions that present a public health threat are investigated by the Department staff. Reports of adverse public health conditions can be made Monday – Friday, 8:30AM – 4:30PM by calling (219) 755-3655, 3656 or 3657.

News and Announcements
  09-04-2020 COVID-19 testing clinic this week

The following COVID-19 testing clinic is available this week at Miller Elementary School, 6530 New Hampshire Ave, Hammond, IN :

  • Mon - Fri, 8 am - 8 pm 

Event Registration for Residents: https://lhi.care/covidtesting

Phone-Based Testing Event Registration for Residents (for residents without internet access only): (888) 634-1116 ext. 88578

Patients may also walk into the site and register, but patients with appointments will take priority.

***It is VERY important that patients know and bring their patient number with them, to help expedite the process at the site***


The following COVID-19 testing clinic is available at 2900 W. 93rd, Crown Point, IN :

  • Tue 10/27 - Sat 10/31: 9 am - 6 pm
  • Tue 11/03 - Sat 11/07: 9 am - 6 pm

*** Open to anyone 12 years old or older living and working in Lake County.

  07-21-2020 Lake County Health Department COVID-19 Public Health Order 20-01 [read more...] Click to view more
Last updated: 10-30-2020 07:27 PM
Public Health Centers
Locations for Immunizations and TB Testing - Flu Shots
Vital Records - Birth and Death Certificates
Inspections and Permits
Food Service - Residential On-Site Waste Water Disposal Systems (Septic Systems) - Swimming Pools
File a Report
Foodborne Illness - Restaurant - Mosquito Breeding - Lead - Animal Bite - Animal Diseases - Dead Bird
Disease and Conditions
Infectious - Chronic - Flu - Hepatitis - HIV/AIDS - STDs - TB - West Nile - Corona Virus
Emergency Preparedness and Response
Emergency Preparedness - Emergency Supplies - Make a Plan
Environmental Health
Air Quality - Carbon Monoxide - Lead - Water Quality - Drinking Water
Life Stages and Populations
Infant and Child - Pregnancy - Seniors - Women
Injury, Violence, and Safety
Child Abuse - Falls - Fires - Poisoning - Suicide - Youth Violence
Healthy Living
Physical Activity - Immunizations - Smoking Prevention - Alcohol and Drug Treatment
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Health Department Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for General category:
Click to see the answer Do I need a food service permit and what is the procedure for receiving one?

Click to see the answer Do I need a permit to operate a public swimming pool?

Click to see the answer Do you offer adult immunizations?

Click to see the answer Does Health Department provide any educational programs?

Click to see the answer How can I establish paternity for my child?

Click to see the answer How can I obtain a Birth Certificate?

Click to see the answer How can I obtain a Death Certificate?

Click to see the answer How do I get my drinking water tested?

Click to see the answer My septic system is malfunctioning, what should I do?

Click to see the answer When do I need to renew my food service permit?

Last updated: 10-30-2020 06:27 PM