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    Taxonomy Code: JP-6500.7000

    Programs that enforce food handling and dispensing laws and regulations by regularly inspecting restaurants, food stands, mobile food vehicles and carts (e.g., lunch trucks, ice cream trucks, produce carts), summer food service sites, congregate meal sites, employee on-site feeding operations, catering services, food sampling booths, wholesale food processing and manufacturing plants, markets, bakeries and food vending machines for health hazards; consulting with food facilities regarding improved food handling practices; and issuing citations and fines to establishments that have failed to comply with prescribed health practices and regulations. The program also provides information about requirements for retail food establishments, restaurant ratings and a list of establishments that have been closed because of health violations.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Environmental Health Division - Delta County Public HealthPromotes environmental and public health through educational, voluntary, and regulatory programs by providing: - Septic system permits - Restaurant inspections - Open burning permits - Household hazardous waste disposal - Information on the West Nile virus - Inspects child daycare and schoolsDelta County255 W 6TH STDelta County Public Health
    Environmental Health - Jefferson County Public HealthProvides services to Jefferson County residents in the following areas: - Environmental Health Services - Food Safety - Air and Water Quality - Zoonosis-Animal Borne DiseasesJefferson CountyJefferson County Public HealthJefferson County Public Health
    Environmental Health Services - Montezuma County Public HealthEnvironmental Health Specialist provide food borne illness prevention and control of communicable disease through inspections of restaurant, grocery and convenience stores, schools and daycare facilities. Environmental Specialist also help prevent groundwater contamination through On-Site wastewater system installation, inspection and education. Specialist help to prevent zoonotic diseases such as Hantavirus, West Nile Virus and Plague through surveillance and public education.Montezuma County106 W NORTH STMontezuma County Public Health
    Environmental Health Services (Pagosa Springs Office) - San Juan Basin HealthSan Juan Basin Health Department’s Environmental Health Division shall protect, promote, and enhance the health and well-being of the public and the environment by: - Assessing and mitigating environmental health risks - Providing educational opportunities - Creating community partnerships - Collaborating with other agencies Services available: - Air Quality - Food Safety & Consumer Protection - Controlling the spread of Enterovirus D68 in Child Care settings - Water Quality - Septic Systems - Stormwater - Water and Sewer testing - Insect and Animal Borne DiseasesLa Plata County502 S 8TH STSan Juan Basin Public Health
    Food Safety - Pueblo Department of Public Health and EnvironmentInspects retail food establishments, food processors, food storage facilities, and special/temporary events. Participates in plan reviews for new and extensively remodeled retail food establishments. Issues retail food license and operates a food safety training program.Pueblo CountyPueblo Department of Public Health and EnvironmentPueblo Department of Public Health and Environment
    Public Health Services - Grand County Public HealthProvides services related to public health including: - Communicable disease - Reporting, education, investigation, referral, and control of communicable diseases - Tuberculosis screenings - Drug discount cards - Child care center health consultations and RN visits - Information and training for in-home child care providers - Health education - Free blood pressure checks - Free age appropriate books to parents for ages 6 months to 5 years - Referrals for prenatal care and pregnancy information - Newborn home visitation by RN - Breastfeeding education and support - Childbirth education information - Injury prevention education - Vouchers for medical, mental and dental care referrals based on income - Referrals to resources for well child care and development concerns. - Adult/Child immunizations, Tetanus and Diphtheria and Pertussis, Hepatitis A & Hepatitis B vaccination - WIC - Environmental Health-Restaurant inspectionsGrand CountyGrand County Public Health - Grand County Public HealthGrand County Public Health

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