Environmental Health

Golden Plate Awards and the Food Facility Ratings

Home Baked and Confectionary Goods law

Fee Schedule

Yavapai County has adopted the 2009 FDA Food Code and it will come into effect July 1, 2013

See Food Facility Inspections Online Here

 

Inspections – Food Facilities

Our inspectors closely monitor food temperatures. We also consider how food is prepared, stored, displayed and protected. Our unannounced inspections include, but are not limited to the following establishments:

  • Eating and Drinking
  • Retail Food Markets
  • Child Day Care
  • Adult Assisted Living
  • Hospital Food
  • Schools
  • Children’s Camps
  • Meat markets
  • Deli’s
  • Mobile Food Unit
  • Food Processors
  • Bakeries
  • Grocery Stores
  • Food Caterers

Click Here to see the winners of our Golden Plate Award

We also do plan reviews of new and remodeled facilities to be sure they will substantially meet 2009 FDA Food Code.

Special Events Inspections and Coordination

Special events are temporary food service concessions. YCCHS inspects and licenses these vendors.

Swimming Pool/Spa Inspections

Our pool inspections include, but are not limited to…

  • Public and Semi-public swimming pools
  • Public and Semi-public Spas
  • Public and Semi-public wading pools

Hotel and Motel Inspections

This includes Plan Reviews of new and remodeled facilities.

School Grounds and Camp Grounds Inspections

YCCHS conducts annual inspections to ensure safe and sanitary conditions.

Environmental Disease Control

  • Flies
  • Bees
  • Mosquitoes
  • Rabies
  • Rodents
  • Vector-borne surveillance
  • West Nile Virus surveillance: mosquito trapping, dead bird testing
  • Bed Bugs

Food Worker Training/Manager Certificate Training

Click here to learn more about training and certification.

Food Safety Information

Including Food-borne Illness and Food Safety Tips

Complaints

If we find valid complaints regarding sanitary conditions in food service, hotels or motels, or spas and pools, we notify the business owners and require them to make repairs or changes needed to remove the public health hazard. We also respond when we receive complaints about mosquito breeding areas on public or private land.

See Frequently Asked Questions for more details on Environmental Health.