Food Protection

 Phone: (585) 753-5064
 Fax: (585) 753-5013

Open Office Hours:

Monday - Friday  9am-12pm

111 Westfall Road, Room 832
Rochester, NY 14620

Additional office hours are available by appointment. Please call 585-753-5064 to schedule. 
 


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What we do:

  • Issue permits to Food Service Establishments in Monroe County.
  • Enforce Subpart 14-1 of the New York State Sanitary Code.
  • Conduct routine inspections of regulated food service establishments, including restaurants, schools, bakeries, delicatessens, mobile vendors, and temporary food vendors.
  • Respond to complaints of public health significance.
  • Offer technical consultation and food worker certification training.
  • Evaluate high risk establishments using HACCP (Hazardous Analysis Critical Control Point) Principles.
  • Investigate reports of food borne illness.
  • Respond to emergencies that could result in food contamination such as occurs with fires, floods, power outages, and chemical and biological contamination.
  • Participate in food recalls and embargoes.
  • Participate in food and human specimen sampling and testing for food borne illness causing organisms or agents.
  • Review plans for new and expanded facilities to ensure code compliance.
  • Respond to information requests from the general public and food service operators.

Food Service Applications

PERMIT APPLICATIONS

PLAN APPROVAL APPLICATIONS

OTHER APPLICATIONS

PAYMENTS

Food Service Guidance Documents

NYS Sanitary Code

Food Service Inspection Results

Click Health Data NY to view individual Food Service Establishment Inspection Results provided by New York State Department of Public Health.

Picture of waitress cleaning table.Food Worker Certification Documents

Call 585 753-5064 or email [email protected] if you have questions about training requirements.

NOTE: Monroe County classroom training is currently suspended.  Please refer to the Guide to Food Worker Training Certification document for a list of local and online training providers.

Foodborne Illnesses 

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