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Food Inspection Scores - What Do They Mean?
The scoring system for food inspections is based upon 100 weighted points assigned to different categories that summarize all of the health and sanitation regulations from food protection to physical conditions of areas such as walls, floors and plumbing.  Critical violations, those that require immediate corrective action due to food contamination, illness and/or injury, are assigned a higher weighted point value (5) than non-critical violations. A food establishment receiving a score of 95 could still be closed if the violation was a five point critical violation. For more information, you may contact Joe Tilger, Environmental Health Specialist, at 972-412-6284 or by email.

Scores

Scoring Range

Required Actions 

100 - 90

Very good - regular six-month inspection 

89 - 80

Good - regular six-month inspection 

79 - 70

Fair - requires reinspection within 30 days 

69 - or Below

Failing - requires a follow-up inspection within 10 days or closure 


Food Scores:  2009 | 2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013
 January 2014
 February 2014
 March 2014
             

Monthly Food Score:

            

April 2014

Score

Date of Inspection

Whataburger @ Boyd  97 04/01/2014
Dominoes Pizza  97 04/01/2014
Little Caesar's Pizza @ Rowlett Rd  94 04/01/2014
Big Lots
(new freezers & refrigeration insp) 
100
(requested insp)
04/01/2014
Cici's Pizza  84 04/01/2014
Chef Chen CLOSED - FIRE 4/11/2014

 

 



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