Food Service Inspection Reports

 

If this is your first time visiting this website, please take the time to review the following information on our inspection reports.  Otherwise, if you have already reviewed this information and want to research inspection reports on a food establishment in Adams County, IL, click here.

 

Background information:

In the last few years, there has been increased interest in inspection reports by the public and other entities.  This information has always been available through the Freedom of Information Act.  However, to make the process easier, the Adams County Health Department has decided to post the information on the website.  Inspection reports from the beginning of 2012 are available now.

 

How to read the report:

When you look up an inspection report, there will be 6 visible pages to the report.  The software we use will always show 6 pages on the website even though Health Department inspectors may only comment on 2 or 3 pages. 

Here is a description of the 6 pages:

 

  

  Page 2—Temperature Observations and General Comments:
On the top of the page, inspectors will list temperature observations (both good temperatures and bad temperatures can be listed here).  On the bottom half of the page, inspectors will always leave comments for the facility.  Comments can include a summary of training or documents provided to the facility, improvements the facility has made, notes on procedures the facility uses, suggestions for continued improvements, or even a phrase that indicates no violations were observed during the inspection.
      
 

Page 3—Narrative for Critical Items: 
If any critical violations are marked on page 1, the inspector will write the details of the violation on page 3.  Note:  Critical violations are identified on page 1 with red text.  Also, these violations result in a 4 or 5 point deduction from the score for each occurrence.

 
       
   

Page 4 & 5—Narrative for Establishment Sanitation, Design, and Maintenance: 
If any minor violations are marked on page 1, the inspector will write the details of the violation on pages 4 & 5.  Note:  Minor violations are identified on page 1 with black text.  Minor violations result in a 1 or 2 point deduction from the total score.

 
     
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This page is not used and should not have anything written on it.
 

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If you have any questions, please contact the Adams County Health Department and ask for an Environmental Health Professional.   Phone:  217-222-8440    Email:  environmental@co.adams.il.us

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