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Food Safety enforcement actions are available for online viewing of enforcement actions conducted after January 1, 2007. Enforcement action is commenced after one of the following conditions exists in a food establishment:
Repeat Critical Item violations*;
Existence of one or more Critical violations and food establishment personnel cannot demonstrate knowledge in food safety;
Cumulative code violations that are not corrected in the time frame allowed;
Presence of a significant risk to public health, such as:
Extended interruptions of electrical, water utilities
Misuse of toxic materials
Onset of an apparent food-borne illness outbreak
Gross unsanitary conditions
Or other circumstances that may endanger public health.
* There are two types of violations noted during an Inspection of a food establishment:
Learn more about restaurant inspection glossary terms - Inspector Jargon Glossary
These food establishments are currently under enforcement action. Food establishment remain posted until the cause for the enforcement action has been corrected and verified by the Health Department.
Following are the current enforcement actions initiated by the Health Department. Should you have questions, please call (801) 399-7160. If you would like to file a complaint against a food establishment in Weber or Morgan counties, call (801) 399-7160, between the hours of 8:15 a.m. and 4:45 p.m.
To report suspected cases of foodborne illness, please call (801) 399-7160.