|Food Service Establishment Inspection Program|
Public Health Specialists perform inspections of over 1,700 food service establishments within Jefferson County. These inspections protect the public's health by assuring that foods sold and served in Jefferson County are as safe as they can be and that food service establishments comply with state laws and regulations.
The inspection reports have always been public record and are now easily accessed on our Web site. Jefferson County Public Health retains the restaurant food inspection reports for three years. If you have questions, please call 303-271-5700.
Please note that the inspection reports represented on this Web site are snapshots of what the inspector observed during the actual inspection and may not accurately reflect the sanitary condition/rating of the establishment over time.
Data on this Web site is updated daily.
Jefferson County Public Health conducts numerous types of inspections, but only routine and follow-up inspections will be displayed on this Web site.
The central goal of these inspection reports is to educate and promote public awareness concerning food safety practices within Jefferson County food service establishments. Safe food preparation and handling practices are crucial to preventing foodborne illness in Jefferson County.