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Local public health departments regularly inspect businesses serving food to ensure restaurants and other food retail outlets are following safe food handling procedures. Local laws regulate how frequently these inspections take place, and what specific items the inspectors look for, but, in general, environmental health ...


Campground Inspections; Onsite Sewage Evaluation · Marina Inspections · Bedding & Upholstered Furniture Inspections. On this public website, you can view inspection reports done by the Environmental Health Specialists before heading to your favorite restaurant! You can also find information such as public health alerts ...


Jan 16, 2018 ... Health code violations are bad for business. Be on the lookout for these common, and less common, health code violations in your restaurant.


The 35 VDH Health Districts perform a wide variety of environmental and public health functions to keep all visitors and citizens of the Commonwealth safe while dining, lodging and enjoying all that Virginia has to offer.


Jan 24, 2018 ... Ashburn Restaurant Inspections: Violations - Ashburn, VA - Fifteen health violations at one place: See the latest health inspection reports across the Ashburn region, plus in Leesburg and Dulles.


Restaurant Inspection Violations - Because of a technical issue, the Department of Health and Social Services has not been able to update online restaurant inspection data since May 2017. Since the Open Data Portal cannot provide current digital inspection data, we are removing the dataset from public view until this ...


This data includes the name and location of food service establishments and the violations that were found at the time of their last inspection. This dataset is for reporting purposes only. Any concerns about individual establishments should be referred to the corresponding Local Health Department. Contact information can ...


1 day ago ... “Evidence of rodent droppings in a restaurant is definitely what we would consider a critical violation (of the sanitary code). It's a concern. Having it as a repetitive issue is very concerning, and one we don't want to see over and over.” Mr. Mizrahi, asked Thursday about health-code inspections, said: “I don't ...


Feb 20, 2018 ... State law requires food-service providers be visited once a year by inspectors, and their reports are available online.