Weld County Retail Meals Inspections For Aug 9

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Information contained within the reviews is probably not used for functions prohibited by the Kansas Open Records Act (K.S.A. et. seq.). — Tamara Markard is the Go+Do reporter for the Greeley Tribune, covering things to go and do in Greeley, Evans, Windsor and surrounding Weld County.

Search results could also be sorted by specific columns by clicking on the column title. To view a copy of the inspection report, click on on the “View Inspection Report” icon in the search results. Please notice that the “View Inspection Report” icon for inspections after December 15, 2016, are sometimes not displaying due to a technical problem. Our utility vendor is working on the problem. Weld County evaluates eating places, schools, grocery shops and different facilities that handle meals. Violations of food safety guidelines carry level values, and a restaurant’s rating corresponds to a letter grade.

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— the establishment meets basic meals security requirements. The establishment might have some precedence, priority basis or core violations.

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Some or all violations have been corrected during inspection. Weld County evaluates eating places, schools, grocery shops and other services that deal with food on a scale of three categories — pass, re-inspection required, and closed. The Health Department conducts unannounced inspections of eating places at least every year. Inspectors examine that restaurants comply with food safety rules. The Hancock County Health Department inspects restaurants 4 instances annually and violations are decided as “C” for important, “NC” for noncritical and “R” for repeated violations. The following inspections are primarily based on data obtained from Retail Food Inspection reviews. — significant unsanitary circumstances or different imminent health hazards had been discovered.