The Health Department regularly inspects all Lincoln Trail District food service establishments, including grocery stores, restaurants, etc. Inspections are typically done twice per year.
Inspectors look for 58 potential items of violation, including:
Is food being stored properly?
Do workers handle food safely?
Do workers practice good hygiene, like washing hands?
Is food kept at safe temperatures?
Is equipment in good working order?
Is the establishment free of any pests, such as insects or rodents?
If the total inspection score is below 85 points or if the inspector observes any critical violations, a follow-up inspection is required. These inspections can be done the same day or within 30 days.
If the total inspection score is below 70, a conference with the Kentucky Department for Public Health may be necessary. The establishment may also be required to close if there is an imminent health threat or they receive a score that is below 60.
See the map below for the latest restaurant food inspection scores for a specific county within the district. Note — within the map, you may find a specific establishment using the search bar located in the upper right-hand corner. To see more information about the establishment inspection, click the P (Pass) or F (Fail). In the pop-up box with the establishment information you can also click the bottom right-hand corner (three dots) in order to get directions to the establishment.
View the latest food inspection scores for restaurants near you with our interactive map.
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