Restaurant inspections during coronavirus
Due to the state’s order to limit activity during the coronavirus outbreak, health departments in Riverside and San Bernardino counties have halted routine inspections of restaurants and other food facilities. They are, however, still conducting complaint investigations and other necessary follow-ups.
有没有比较稳的飞艇七码计划This week, San Bernardino County inspectors checked back in on several restaurants that had had vermin infestations during the winter or spring, records show. None had current infestations, but a couple had evidence of some roach or rodent activity; see below.
In Riverside County, inspectors have been reaching out to school district kitchens — most of which are still operating daily to provide food for students — to let them know they can still get routine inspections, spokesman Brent Casey said. Districts need at least two inspections per year as part of their funding requirements.
Riverside County is also reminding food facilities of its available online resources, including and .
Between May 1 and 7, Riverside and San Bernardino counties had one health-hazard-related closure each.
, 32481 Temecula Parkway, Temecula
- Closure date: May 5
- Grade: Not graded
- Reason for closure: . The restaurant’s grease interceptor was failing. Wastewater, grease and debris were pooling in the drive-thru, running off across the entire shopping center parking lot and flowing into a storm drain on Wolf Store Road. The restaurant was told to close and cease all use of running water until the system was fixed.
- Reopening date: May 6
有没有比较稳的飞艇七码计划, 12160 Mariposa Road, Victorville
- Closure date: May 5
- Grade: Not graded
- Reason for closure: . The inspector visited in response to a foodborne illness complaint. The restaurant didn’t have hot water. The inspector told staff to stop their practice of turning the water heater off every night and back on each morning. Also, there was no soap in the women’s restroom or at one kitchen handwashing sink.
- Reopening date: after hot water was restored and sinks were restocked
Non-closure inspections of note
Here are selected inspections at facilities that weren’t closed but had other significant issues.
The at 78395 Varner Road Suite A in Palm Desert was in response to two complaints from people who said they found roaches (one alive, one dead) in their to-go orders. One of the complainants also mentioned that the manager wasn’t wearing a face covering as required by current county health orders. The inspector saw no sign of roaches, but did see that no employees were wearing masks. Also, 47 bags of chicken had been left in the sink under warm running water overnight. All of the chicken was discarded for being at unsafe temperatures. The restaurant received a routine inspection with a score of 93/A.
有没有比较稳的飞艇七码计划, at 8220 Haven Ave. Suite 100 in Rancho Cucamonga, received a . It had been in December because of a rodent infestation. This time, inspectors found rat traps throughout the facility, dry rodent droppings in a storage area, holes in the ceiling, heavy debris accumulation in several areas and an open side door. The operator was told to clean and sanitize affected areas.
, at 9686 S. Central Ave. in Montclair, received a . The meat department had been in December and January because of a cockroach infestation, and there were still a few dead roaches when the inspector . This time, the inspector found two dead roaches and numerous dead flies in the kitchen, along with holes in the ceiling. The operator was told to clean and sanitize affected areas.
The at 435 E. 4th St. in Beaumont was in response to a complaint that was not verified. It received a grade of 93/A with no critical violations; however, a prep cooler had a door that wouldn’t close properly and raw steak that had been inside for at least 12 hours was at unsafe temperatures. The unit was impounded. The same restaurant failed an inspection in January有没有比较稳的飞艇七码计划 and was briefly closed for not having hot water.
Updates from past weeks
有没有比较稳的飞艇七码计划, at 1272 W. 6th St. in San Bernardino, which was for having cockroach and rodent infestations and not enough functioning refrigeration space, was not permitted to reopen after inspectors followed up May 1, 4 and 7. The inspectors still saw live roaches on and ; the report from May 7 was not yet available.
About this list
This list is published online on Fridays. Any updates as restaurants are reopened will be included in next week’s list.
Inspectors visit food facilities for routine inspections, follow-ups and complaint investigations. In graded inspections, the facility starts with a score of 100 and can lose between 1 and 4 points for any of about 50 health code violations. A grade of 90 or above is an A, 80-89 is a B and 79 or below is a C. Riverside County considers B and C grades to be failing; San Bernardino does not have a pass/fail system. A facility will be closed if the inspector finds an imminent health hazard that can’t immediately be corrected.
For more information on inspections in San Bernardino County, visit . To file a health complaint, go to or call 800-442-2283.
For more information on inspections in Riverside County, visit . To file a complaint, go to or call 888-722-4234 during business hours or 951-782-2968 after-hours.