Welcome to the Columbiana County Health District Website, your online link for public health services in Columbiana County, Ohio. Columbiana County Health District offers a wide variety of services to residents of the Columbiana County. We encourage you to explore this website and learn more about what we can offer for you and your family.

If you do not find the information you're looking for on this website, please contact us.


East Palestine Train Derailment

  • Academic research project information- click here
  • Residents near East Palestine with drinking water wells can request testing by calling 330-849-3919.
  • Residents requesting water well sample results or assistance interpreting results taken by AECOM/Stantec can email: nstaggartroad@stantec.com
  • Columbiana County Health District water well sampling results- click here
  • Ohio Environmental Protection Agency event information- click here
  • US Environmental Protection Agency response site- click here
  • Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry event site- click here
  • Ohio Community Assessment of Chemical Exposure (ACE) Investigation Results- click here
  • Ohio Responder Assessment of Chemical Exposure (ACE) Investigation Results- click here
  • Assessment of Chemical Exposure (ACE) survey follow-up results coming soon!

Boosters help prolong existing immunity.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated it’s COVID-19 community recommendations.

The CDC’s new COVID-19 Community Level tool classifies every county in the U.S. into low, medium, or high. Knowing the COVID-19 Community Level in your area will help determine what prevention measures are needed to protect yourself and your loved ones, as well as decrease strain on hospitals and health systems.
Keep up to date on the community level map here.




The Ohio Department of Health Director’s Award

Presented to Columbiana County Health District on April 25, 2023.

Learn more about the Columbiana County Health District’s award here.


Social Vulnerability and COVID-19 in Columbiana County

View the full report here

Our Mission Statement

"To create a healthy place for all to live, work, and play by preventing disease in the community through partnership, encouraging people to make better choices, and promoting overall health and wellness."

Our Vision

"A safe community of healthy people"

Our Focus

Areas of concern include communicable disease, chronic disease, and health promotion. Epidemiological investigations, immunizations, STD control, and health education programs are provided by the health district. Services include both clinic and out of office settings. All sanitary laws and regulations are enforced to protect the community.

Concerns relating to chronic disease are specifically addressed through programs that focus on prevention, identification and detection of early signs of disease, referral, and health care continuity.

Other services include:

  1. Cancer screenings and education
  2. Blood pressure screening
  3. TB testing

National Accreditation

Often called the “backbone” of the public health system, public health agencies are on the front lines of communities’ efforts to protect and promote health and prevent disease and injury. Across the nation, health districts provide services aimed at promoting healthy behaviors; preventing diseases and injuries; ensuring access to safe food, water, clean air, and life-saving immunizations; and preparing for and responding to public health emergencies.

“Our health district’s status as accredited is a testament to the ongoing excellence of this organization. Effective public health has always been our priority, so we are very pleased that this philosophy was recognized by PHAB.” said Health Commissioner, Wesley Vins, MS. “We hope this announcement, coming as it does after our rapidly unfolding successful public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic, is confirmation to our community, local businesses and our partner organizations that our staff is committed to quality improvement and responsive to the needs of our community.”

About the Public Health Accreditation Board- Established in 2007, The Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) is the nonprofit organization that administers the national accreditation program, which aims to advance and transform public health practice by championing performance improvement, strong infrastructure, and innovation. PHAB was created to serve as the national public health accrediting body and is jointly funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Who Can Utilize Our Services?

You and every other citizen of the Columbiana County General Health District can and should take advantage of the services available through our office. In accordance with Title VI, no person shall be excluded from participation in/or be denied the benefits of or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity the Columbiana County Health District offers.

If you do not find the information you're looking for on this website, please contact us.

Community Health Assessment (CHA)

2022-2025 Community Health Assessment final document: Click here (PDF)

Water Pollution Control Loan Fund Projects

Sealed bids must be received by the Health District on or before July 16th at 4pm.

Invitation to Bid

Bid Forms

Bid Group #3, 4 & 5