Food Service Inspections
The Health Department protects the community from food borne illness by conducting Food Safety Inspections. All restaurants and grocery stores are required to maintain a permit through the Todd County Health Department.
Inspections are conducted at least twice a year on each facility.
Other Food Service Programs
Other food protection services offered by the Health Department include:
• Approves food permits for food establishments • Conducts food service inspections.
• Conducts food service training seminars.
• Conducts sanitation inspections of restaurants, school cafeterias, retail grocery stores, food transportation vehicles, vending machines
and other places that sell food to the public.
• Conducts foodborne disease investigations.
Temporary Food Booths/Concessions
Individuals may set up a temporary food booth by applying for a permit at the Local Health Department. Permits must be approved before operation begins. All individuals will be required to meet the State Temporary Requirements.
Temporary Permit fees
1 – 3 Days $50.00
4 – 7 Days $75.00
8 – 14 Days $100.00
For more information on applying for a food permit or to report a complaint, contact the Todd County Health Department at 270-265-2362 Ext. 207
Farmers Market Home Based Processing and Microprocessing
Contact: Dept. for Public Health
Jeff Lunsford 502-229-4188