The Marion County Public Health Department (MCPHD) is working tirelessly to help contain the spread of COVID-19 in our community. MCPHD is working closely with the City of Indianapolis for a safe and balanced reopening of Marion County. Effective May 15, Marion County is ready to move into a modified version of Phase 2 of Governor Holcomb’s Back on Track Indiana Plan. For a complete look at this new phase, please read the current Public Health Order and the City’s A Safe Start to Summer Plan. These resources will provide for more information on what businesses are open and closed, as well as restrictions on the size of gatherings.
The Marion County Public Health Department is focused on an “education first” approach and on cooperation from businesses and individuals. However, we will involve the court system or the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department when necessary to enforce some violations.
If you see a restaurant that is not in compliance with the current Public Health Order, please call the MCPHD Department of Food and Consumer Safety at 317-221-2222.
If you see another business, residence, or public location may be contributing to the spread of COVID-19, please either:
- Call the MCPHD COVID-19 Call Center at 317-221-5500
- Call the IMPD non-emergency line at 317-327-3811
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Resources for Businesses
MCPHD Resources for Businesses
For general COVID-19 information and guidance, click here.
For current COVID-19 guidance specific to restaurant and other food establishments, click here or call the MCPHD Department of Food and Consumer Safety at 317-221-2222
For current COVID-19 guidance specific to tattoo parlors, swimming pools, childcare, flushing water systems, or indoor air ventilation, call the Water Quality and Hazardous Materials Management Department at 317-221-2266
For other general questions or for guidance for businesses or organizations not listed here, please call MCPHD’s COVID-19 Call Center at 317-221-5500