Food, Lodging & Institutions


To safeguard life, promote human health and protect the environment through the practice of modern environmental health science, the use of technology, rules, public education, and above all, dedication to the public trust.

"Hand washing is the single most important means to prevent the spread of infection."
- Centers of Disease Control and Prevention


The food, lodging, and institutions program conducts food safety education classes for food service workers and ensures food safety and sanitation in permitted establishments including:

  • Day cares
  • Elderly nutrition sites and limited food service establishments
  • Food stands and drink stands
  • Hospitals
  • Local confinement institutions
  • Lodging establishments
  • Meat markets
  • Mobile food units and pushcarts
  • Nursing homes
  • Residential care facilities
  • Rest homes
  • Restaurants
  • Schools and school cafeterias
  • Seafood markets and seafood vehicles
  • Summer camps
  • Swimming pools and spas
  • Tattoo parlors

Sanitation Inspection Reports

Find scores and see violations for all facilities inspected by the Health Department at this link: Sanitation Inspection Reports.