Please note: publichealth.lacounty.gov
is a web site of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. E-mails are not opened on the
weekend or on holidays. This website is maintained by non-medical staff and should not
be used as a substitute for contacting a physician in the case of individual
illness. If you have a medical emergency, go to the nearest hospital with
an emergency department or call 9-1-1. If you have a non-emergency question
about someone who is sick and you do not have a doctor, call the DHS health
information line at 800 427-8700 and ask for a referral to low cost or no-cost provider.
Please use this page to report a problem or to notify
us about activities that may be of public health concern.
This may include conditions such as:
- Foodborne Illness (special report)
- Restaurant problems
- Cockroaches or rodents problems at a property
- Sewage or wastewater discharge at a property
- No water/hot-water at a property or food facility
- Litter, trash or debris at a property
- Universal Studios Communities Noise Complaint
- Mosquito breeding
- Rental properties that are not maintained
- Swimming pools that are not maintained
- Lead exposure hazards (from lead-based paints, etc.)
- Mold in rental housing units
- Public nuisance animals
If you do not wish to make a complaint report on-line, you may also
leave a message
on the Environmental Health Emergency Hotline at (888) 700-9995.
If you wish to report an outbreak of foodborne illness by phone, please contact
the Morbidity Unit at (213) 240-7821 (Mon-Fri, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)
or (213) 240-7941 (evenings and weekends).
Please complete all fields below and click on the SUBMIT button to send your complaint.
Staff will address your concerns as soon as possible and you will be contacted with the
results of our investigation. Please be aware that an adult (over 18 years) has to be
available for contact. All complaints are confidential. Although anonymous reports are accepted, we request
your contact information so that we may contact you if we need additional information to
properly address your complaint. Also, if you do not leave your contact information,
we will not be able to inform you of our actions.