Placer County Restaurant Inspection
Welcome to the Placer County's Restaurant Inspection website. This site is designed
to provide information to the public regarding inspection of restaurants in Placer
Use this page to search for the most recent Food Facility inspection report. These
include restaurants, grocery stores, convenience stores, school cafeterias, and
other related facilities that offer food to the public.
The Food Facility Inspections reports are a “point in time” view of the food facility
operations. It is what the health inspector found at the time of the inspection.
For more information about the facility please contact our office at (530) 745-2300 and ask for the
health inspector noted at the bottom of the inspection report. Each restaurant is inspected for compliance.
You can also contact us by email at
Where violations are identified, the restaurant is required to take corrective action. Follow-up inspections are done
to ensure violations are addressed.
The following items are listed as resources to the Retail Food
Facility Operator and Owner. They are meant to define what The Consumer
Protection Team does during their routine inspections. In a addition there
are resources that identify the major areas evaluated during routine
inspections, and what factors are considered as the major risk factors.
If you have any questions regarding any of these items, please call (530)
745-2300 and ask for a Consumer Protection Team member.
Food Inspection Process and Common
Terminology - A valuable tool for those who want to learn more of the
Consumer Protection Team's Food Inspection Process. These terms will be
used by the Health Inspector, and may appear as part of the inspection report.
Retail Food Inspection
Guide - An introduction to what Placer County Environmental
Health, Consumer Protection Team does.
Food Safety Risk Factors –
The (5) Food Safety Risk Factors that have been identified as the leading
contributing factors to Food Bourne Illness.
Pre-Inspection Checklist -
This checklist represents the major areas evaluated during routine food
Understanding the Food
Inspection Report – This is a breakdown of the
Food Inpection Report, and the items that are covered under each section.
California Retail Food Code
Visitors to this website can search for inspection results by:
- The name of a restaurant, street, the city, or zip where the restaurant is located;
- Search by any of the following fields, or use multiple fields to refine your search
- If you click submit without entering anything in any of the text fields, you
will get a result of all restaurants in Placer County
While every effort is made to keep the information on this website up-to-date and
accurate, Placer County cannot guarantee that all information is accurate, complete
or current at all times. No endorsement of any restaurant is expressed or implied
by any information, material or content included on this website.