Register for Testing (Registration not required, walk-ins welcome):

Suttons Bay: Old Middle School, 310 Elm St, Suttons Bay

        Mondays and Thursdays 10-3

       To register for testing in Suttons Bay, click here

 

Benzonia: Crystal Cafe, 1681 Benzie Hwy, Benzonia

Tuesdays and Fridays, 10-3

To register for testing in Benzonia, click here

 

Waiting for your testing results-

If you were tested with Honu and still waiting for a test result, please call 855-873-6996 or email covid19help@honumg.com.

 

   

 

  • Anyone who needs assistance scheduling an appointment should call the Michigan COVID-19 hotline at 888-535-6136.

  • COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard

 

*Weekly COVID-19 Update Emails- sent out on Wednesdays

 

COVID-19 Inquiry/Question Form

or email questions to hotline@bldhd.org

 

Noncompliance Reporting/Complaint Form

 

Notices:

Environmental Health:  

Information regarding available services, applications, and downloadable versions of the sanitary code can be found on our Environmental Health page.  Any questions related to the resumption of services, the implemented social distancing restrictions, and fees should be directed to our county branch office.

BLDHD Environmental Health Digital Records Portal
Benzie-Leelanau District Health Department is pleased to announce that the public can access our Leelanau County property records through our public portal. 
*Leland will be available soon.

 

Personal Health: 

The Personal Health Division of the Health Department will be open for appointment ONLY visits. This includes programs like WIC, IMMS, and Family Planning. Please call 231-882-4409 for more information. Visitors to the Benzonia office only will go through a health screen before entry into the building.  If an individual presents a fever or other symptoms, they will be directed back to their vehicle and a nurse will tend to them in their car. 

 

Increase in Environmental Health Fees: 

Effective November 1, 2020, the fees for environmental health services such as permits, evaluations, licenses, surveys, etc. will increase.  A detailed fee schedule can be seen by clicking on the link below:

Environmental Health Fees Effective Nov 1, 2020.

 

The mission of the Benzie-Leelanau District Health Department is to prevent disease, prolong life, and promote public health through:

  • Prevention and control of environmental health hazards
  • Prevention and control of diseases
  • Prevention and control of health problems of particularly vulnerable populations
  • Development of health care facilities and health services delivery systems
  • Regulation of health care facilities and health services systems to the extent provided by law