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Contact Information

Health Department

152 Washington Avenue
First Floor
Belleville, N.J. 07109
T (973) 450-3390
Hours: 8am - 4pm


Environmental Services

First Floor
973-450-3389


WIC Program

First Floor
973-450-3395


Nursing Services

973-450-3394
First Floor


Senior Citizen Transportation Service

First Floor
973-450-3402


Animal Licensing

First Floor
973-450-3402


Vital Statistics

Third Floor
973-450-3400

Community Wellness

Health Department

Colleen Britton, Director

Homebound Visiting Nurse Service

Services designed to maintain senior citizens in their own residences by providing nursing assessment of the seniors physical status and their ability to perform the activities of daily living.

Click here for further information.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's):

How do I obtain a copy of my birth, death, marriage certificate?
Can come in person with two forms of identification or write in a request with copies of two forms of identification. Certified copies are $20.00 each.

Do you offer immunizations (i.e. immunizations for children and flu shots)
We have a Vaccines for Children Program and we offer free Flu shots in the fall.

Landlord/tenant complaints/questions such as; How do I pursue a heat, mold, rodent/insect infestations complain?
Complaints are documented and investigated, health code questions are answered.

Seasonal Influenza Vaccine

The Belleville Health Department will be offering seasonal influenza vaccine for Belleville Residents beginning in September.  Non-perishable food donations for a local food pantry would be appreciated.

Residents interested must pre-register by calling 973-450-3394 or 973-450-3390

Free Rabies Clinic

There will be a Free Rabies Clinic on Saturday, Oct. 11, at Fire Heaquarters, 275 Franklin Ave., from 10 a.m. to noon.

The Health Department will be collecting non-perishable food on this date for a local food pantry.

Protecting Against
Mosquito-Borne Illness

An important part of mosquito control around your home is making sure that mosquitoes don’t have a place to lay their eggs.  Because mosquitoes need water for two states of their lift cycle, it’s important to monitor standing water sources.

Prevent your exposure to mosquitoes by using the following tips below to help protect yourself from exposure to mosquitoes.

Know the Facts About
Chikungunya Virus

If you are traveling to or from the Caribbean, know the facts about Chikungunya virus.

The Montclair Health Departments wants residents to know about a new mosquito-borne virus that is common in the Caribbean Islands.  The Chikungunya Virus has infected people living in or visiting many Caribbean islands, including the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Puerto Rico and the US or British Virgin Islands. 

Learn more about what the Chikungunya Virus is, signs and symptoms, treatment, prevention, and further information by clicking below.