Local Public Health Act annual reporting - Minnesota Dept. of Health

Local Public Health Act annual reporting

Each year, Minnesota community health boards report data on programs, activities, and resources, to help monitor the health of the state-local public health partnership.

Local Public Health Act annual reporting is open each year from mid-February to March 31.


Reporting your data

Modules and guidance: Review guidance provided for each module prior to submitting your data: Finance, staffing, and MCH Title V Block Grant. Please also check your community health board's contact information is accurate.

Log In to REDCap: Log into REDCap to submit data for LPH Act Annual Reporting each spring.

Help with REDCap: Help is here for external partners using REDCap to enter data!


Learn more

What's new? Learn more about what's happening right now in LPH Act Annual Reporting.

Frequently asked questions: Got a question?

Past data: Learn about previous years' system priorities and improvements.


Questions and assistance: Contact us

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Related Topics

Contact database for community health boards: CHS administrators are responsible for maintaining their contact information.

Accountability requirements for the Local Public Health Act: There are two components to compliance: statutory requirements, and performance-related accountability requirements.

Local public health assessment and planning cycle: 2015-2019: All Minnesota community health boards must participate in Assessment and Planning to determine local public health priorities and focus local resources.

Environmental Health Continuous Improvement Board (EHCIB): The EHCIB was chartered by LPHA and MDH to fundamentally advance Minnesota’s state-local partnership in environmental health.

Title V MCH Block Grant: The MDH Community & Family Health Division maintains information for Minnesota's Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant, and will communicate with local public health leadership directly about Title V reporting.