The mission of the Kent City Health Department Food Safety Program is to protect and improve the health of consumers by assuring foods are safe and are not adulterated, misbranded, or falsely advertised.
The Food Service Program involves the licensing and inspection of restaurants, taverns, food vending machines, convenience stores, and temporary food events to verify compliance with sanitary standards set forth by the State of Ohio ensuring safe and wholesome foods for the consumer.
- Enforcement Procedures (PDF)
- Food Employee Illness Reporting Agreement (PDF)
- Food Facility Inspection Reports
- Cleanup Guidance of Vomiting and Diarrheal Events - Ohio Department of Health (PDF)
- Cleanup Procedure of Vomiting and Diarrheal Events - Ohio Department of Health (PDF)
- Ohio Uniform Food Safety Code (PDF)
- Updates to the Ohio Uniform Food Safety Code - Chapter 3717-1, Ohio Administrative Code (PDF)
Available Food Safety Training & Certification
- 2020 ServSafe® Exam and Retest (PDF)
- 2020 ServSafe® Food Safety Training Course Sign-Up - (Manager Certification in Food Protection- approved by the Ohio Department of Health) (PDF)
- Food Safety Basics Class Sign-Up - Level 1 Person in Charge (Not Scheduled)
Additional food safety training is available to licensed food services or to whomever is interested. For further information, please call 330-678-8109, ext. 5208 between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Food Service Forms
- Food Facility Approval Guidelines (PDF)
- Food Facility Review Procedures and Application (PDF)
- Food Safety Information Packet (PDF)
- Food Service Customer Satisfaction Survey (PDF)
- Mobile Food Operation Requirements (PDF)
- Person-In-Charge Information Packet (PDF)
- Temporary Food Service - Application Packet (PDF)