The Lorain County General Health District is responsible for preventing disease and promoting health in the following communities: Amherst City, Amherst Township, Avon City, Brighton Township, Brownhelm Township, Camden Township, Carlisle Township, Columbia Township, Eaton Township, Elyria Township, Grafton Township, Grafton Village, Henrietta Township, Huntington Township, Kipton Village, LaGrange Township, LaGrange Village, New Russia Township, North Ridgeville City, Oberlin City, Penfield Township, Pittsfield Township, Rochester Township, Rochester Village, Sheffield Lake City, Sheffield Township, Sheffield Village, South Amherst Village, Wellington Township, and Wellington Village. For more information concerning the duties of the Lorain County General Health District Board please view the official charge here.
LCGHD’s Mission Statement
is “to create a healthy place for all to live, work, and play by preventing disease in the community, empowering people to make better choices, and promoting overall health and wellness.”
is “to create programs and services that allow and encourage the healthy choice to be the easy choice, operate in a sustainable fashion that reflects responsible stewardship, lead by example in the community, and manage our organization to effectively face current and future public health challenges.”
The board meets the second Wednesday of every month at 5 p.m. Meetings are held at the Health District Office located at 9880 S. Murray Ridge Road, Elyria, Ohio 44035.
For more information please contact the director of administrative services, Tonya Kollen at 440-322-6367 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For those interested in serving as the board representative for the City of Oberlin contact Belinda Anderson, Oberlin Clerk of Council by phone at 440-775-7203 or via email email@example.com.
|Edward Von Hofen||110 Charles Avenue Amherst, OH 44001||04/01/2019 - 03/31/2024|
|* represents terms that are limited as of 12/31/2019|
A complete list of board and commission members can be found here.
Questions related to the application process for City board and commission appointments should be directed to the Oberlin Clerk of Council’s Office