Report asbestos that is exposed or disturbed.
Get information about the health effects of exposure to asbestos.
Get information about the requirement to install carbon monoxide detectors.
Report carbon monoxide emission or poisoning or a carbon monoxide alarm sounding.
Get information about how to use floor finishing products safely.
Get information and resources for maintaining a healthy home.
Get information about lead poisoning prevention or get a blood lead test.
Learn about mold health effects and clean-up. Report mold in a building.
A free home assessment service for tenants who have children with asthma.
Get information about unsafe and recalled products, or report the sale of these products.
Report a rat or mouse bite.
Information about how to safely place your baby to sleep.
Make a complaint about plain bottled water.
Buildings that store drinking water in tanks must report inspection results annually.
Rules for bringing a non-service dog into a restaurant.
Learn about a food establishment HACCP plan.
Report food poisoning or unsanitary conditions where food is sold.
Get information about courses on food protection, swimming pool operation, animal handling, and tattoo infection control.
Request mobile food vendor inspection reports
Information about the letter grading requirement for restaurants.
Get a health bulletin about the benefits of drinking City tap water.
Get information about air quality alerts and air quality after a fire.
City residents convicted of an animal abuse crime must register with the NYC Animal Abuse Registry.
Get the status of a private or public beach in the City.
Report an unsanitary condition, missing or broken safety equipment, or improper maintenance at a beach, pool, or sauna.
Get information about keeping honeybees in New York City.
Make a complaint about a property owner who does not remove bees or wasps from their property.
Get information about cell phones and health.
Information about laws governing cigar sales.
Information is available about Combined Sewage Overflow (CSO) Waterbody Advisories.
Get information about or report a communicable disease.
Get information about the health profile of specific communities.
Get information about community-focused health programs in the South Bronx, Brooklyn, and Harlem.
Report a cooling tower that is unsanitary or malfunctioning.
Get information about the required cooling tower maintenance plan.
Make a complaint about cosmetics or makeup.
Report a dead animal on public property or get information about dead animal disposal.
Get information about disposing of a dead bird or report a dead bird.
Request a speaker from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene for an event.
Report property that is unclean due to animal waste.
Get information on the Health Department actions and guidance about the recent Legionnaires' disease cases in NYC.
Information about mental health services for adults 60 and older.
Report large or unusual numbers of mosquitoes swarming at a specific location during mosquito season.
Register to be an organ and tissue donor.
Get a brochure about rat and pest control.
Report a person or business that uses pesticide without giving advance notice.
Get information about what to do with a dead or living raccoon, skunk, or other wild animal that had contact with a pet.
Get information about the health effects of pigeon droppings and proper clean up.
Report pigeon waste or odor.
Report poison ivy on private property, school property, or in parks.
Information about PrEP, a daily pill that can help prevent HIV, and PEP, medicine that helps prevent HIV infection after possible exposure.
Get a brochure about protecting people and pets against rabies.
Information about bait to prevent rabies in raccoons being placed in Brooklyn and Queens.
Report radioactive material that is stored improperly or creating a risk of contamination.
Get information about rat control for homeowners and pest control professionals.
Get information about rat poison signs posted in neighborhoods.
Retail tobacco and electronic cigarette shops must register with the Health Department.
Report rats, mice, or conditions that might attract them.
Fact sheet about laws and penalties for cigarette and other tobacco product violations in New York City.
Get information about a waiver to the Smoke Free Air Act.
Information about the smokeless tobacco rules in sports and recreational arenas.
Report standing water at an outdoor location.
Advice about how to cope with summer heat.
Get information about a New York University research project to study the lives of New Yorkers.
Ticks are small bugs that bite and suck blood from people and animals.
Get information about West Nile Virus.
Get help for people with problems related to September 11th.
Information about the Zika virus.