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Oregon Local Department of Health and Agriculture Contact Information

Oregon State Department of Health Contact Information

Most questions regarding food production, handling, sales and serving, including cottage food laws and regulations are handled by the state's local health department or department of agriculture, and sometimes by a city or county business registration office.

Oregon Health Department

Oregon Health Policy Board
500 Summer Street, NE, E-20
Salem, OR 97301-1097.
Email: [email protected].
All OHPB Contacts
Phone: 503-947-2340
Fax: 503-947-5461.

Oregon local department of health contacts

The following counties have websites, and some have Facebook pages, that provide information regarding their department and its services:

Download local public health authority contact information by clicking a county name in the list below (pdf files).

Baker County
Benton County
Clackamas County
Clatsop County
Columbia County
Coos County
Crook County
Curry County
Deschutes County
Douglas County
Gilliam County
Grant County

Harney County
Hood River County
Jackson County
Jefferson County
Josephine County
Klamath County
Lake County
Lane County
Lincoln County
Linn County
Malheur County
Marion County

Morrow County
Multnomah County
Polk County
Sherman County
Tillamook County
Umatilla County
Union County
Wallowa County
Wasco County
Washington County
Wheeler County
Yamhill County

Oregon counties Multnomah countyClackamas countyMorrow countyWasco-Sherman countyBaker countyWasco-Sherman countyGilliam countyKlamath countyTillamook countyUmatilla countyUnion countyMarion countyYamhill countyPolk countyLincoln countyClatsop countyWashington countyBenton countyJefferson countyMalheur countyCoos countyWallowa countyHood River countyLinn countyWheeler countyColumbia countyDeschutes countyCrook countyLane countyLake countyJosephine countyGrant countyJackson countyHarney countyDouglas countyCurry county

Food issues

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) website

FDA Labeling and Nutrition

Nutrition Facts Label, Label Claims, Menu and Vending Machine Labeling, Gluten-Free Labeling

FDA Ingredients and Packaging

Food & Color Additives, GRAS, Food Allergens, Food Contact Substances, New Plant Varieties

U.S. Department of Agriculture

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has a tool, the AskUSDA site providing information from across USDA all in one place. Just type key words or phrases into the search box. Your search will provide the top 10 results from across USDA. For the best search results, keep in mind that including "and" in the search box will exclude articles that don't include all searched words. Including "or" in the search box will include articles with any of the searched words.

If you have specific USDA questions that you cannot find answers to on the site, call (202) 720-2791 or email USDA at [email protected].

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

If you are looking for the national US Department of Health, that's the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and here is the mailing address and phone number:

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Hubert H. Humphrey Building
200 Independence Avenue, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20201
Toll Free Call Center: 1-877-696-6775
Note: Please be aware that mail sent to their Washington D.C. area offices takes an additional 3-4 days to process due to security precautions.



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