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.
Reporting is typically open from mid-February through March each year, to report data for the previous calendar year.
In spring 2023, community health boards will report on finance and staffing for calendar year 2022, in the same way as past years. Community health boards will not report on performance measures across the six areas of public health responsibility for calendar year 2022.
How to report
Reporting officially opens in mid-February each year.
- Review this year's instructions and guidance
- Log into the MDH REDCap production environment to report data
- If you need help help troubleshooting REDCap, let us know
- For non-REDCap help and questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your public health system consultant
- Title V MCH Block Grant: MDH 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.
- Contact database for community health boards: Please keep your community health board's contact information updated here.
- Local public health assessment and planning: Learn more about strategic plans, community health assessment and improvement planning, and more.
- Accountability requirements for the Local Public Health Act: Community health boards have statutory responsibility under the Local Public Health Act. There are two components to compliance: statutory requirements, and performance-related accountability requirements