Health and Food Inspections in Campbell County from February 5th to February 11th, 2024

Unveiling Wyoming’s Restaurant Inspections: Bridging Compliance and Safety

The Campbell County establishments inspected by the Consumer Health Services Division of the Wyoming Department of Agriculture are subject to annual inspections. These reports are made public and available on the WDA’s website. The reports include routine inspections but exclude follow-up or other types of inspections.

If an establishment is in or out of compliance with a non-critical or critical violation, it will be noted as such in the report. Upon finding deficiencies, the main goal of the WDA is to educate businesses about unsafe practices and ways to correct them.

An establishment can be out of compliance with violations at different levels, but being out of compliance doesn’t necessarily mean it’s unsafe. Violations are a snapshot in time and are often corrected before an inspector leaves the facility. The severity of the violation determines how long businesses have to correct it, with 10 to 45 days being common.

The WDA’s website publishes these reports and updated information from the WDA, including serious violations or notable quotes in summary notes below. The full report for each restaurant can also be found on the WDA’s website.

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