The food program serves in the best interest of the public by assuring that all food is safe for people to eat. The food program uses the California Retail Food Code and other state laws to enforce food safely and construction requirements in all retail food facilities.
Yolo County Environmental Health Specialists working in the food program:
- Permit and inspect over 700 retail food businesses including restaurants, markets, school cafeterias, and bakeries
- Permit and inspect 400 mobile food vendors and special event food booths.
- Review construction plans and inspect new and remodeled facilities.
- Investigate complaints regarding violations of the CRFC including unsanitary conditions.
- Investigate suspected food-borne illness cases.
Types of Food Businesses:
- Community Events and Temporary Food Facilities
- Catering Food Operations
- Cottage Food Operations
- Mobile Food Facilities
- Permanent Food Facilities
- How do I open a new food business?
- How do I transfer ownership of an existing food business?
- How do I report a possible food-borne illness case?
Food Protection Staff:
|Lewis Kimble||Supervising Environmental Health Specialist||Lewis.Kimble@yolocounty.org||(530) 666-8764|
|Amrit Kaur||Environmental Health Specialist III||Amrit.Kaur@yolocounty.org||(530) 666-8605|
|Cristy Munos||Environmental Health Specialist II||Cristian.Munos@yolocounty.org||(530) 666-8584|
|Dave Limburg||Environmental Health Specialist III||David.Limburg@yolocounty.org||(530) 666-8584|
|Leslie Ossai||Environmental Health Specialist II||Leslie.Ossai@yolocounty.org||(530) 666-8596|