To view health inspection scores for Oldham County restaurants and other public facilities, click the image below. For additional information regarding public facility inspections please contact the Oldham County Health Department at 502-222-3516.

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  • Food Certification
  • Retail Food Market
    • Retail food stores include fixed or mobile establishments where food or food products, are offered for sale to the consumer, and intended for off-premises consumption. Retail food store inspections ensure foods are obtained from legal and safe sources and are stored and handled in a sanitary manner that protects them from adulteration.
  • Temporary Food Service
    • Foods may be prepared and served at temporary food facilities in conjunction with time-limited gatherings or events such as fairs and festivals. Food items and methods of preparation may be restricted during these events to ensure food safety. All temporary food vendors must obtain a permit from the local health department prior to commencing operations. Temporary permits are valid, if the establishment complies with regulations, for up to 14 days at one location.  Temporary permit fees are based on the number of days of operation.
      • For 1-3 day permits : $60
      • For 4-7 day permits: $90
      • For 8-14 day permits: $125

For more information and temporary permit applications, please contact your local county health department at 502-222-3516.

  • Statewide Mobile Food Units
    • A statewide mobile food unit is essentially a food establishment on wheels that has met specific plumbing and fixture requirements.   These establishments pay an annual permit fee and are allowed to operate statewide. Operation at any location is limited to 14 days. Persons wishing to operate as a state-wide mobile facility should contact the local health department for more detailed information on the application and permitting process.
  • Farmer’s Market
    • KRS 217.136 allows farmers to grow, harvest and process limited food products in their farm kitchens for sale at farmers markets, certified roadside stands and from the farm provided they grow the predominate agronomic ingredient. Kentucky’s farmer’s market regulations were developed jointly by the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Kentucky Farm Bureau, local health departments and the Cabinet for Health and Family Services.
    • The Department of Agriculture in conjunction with the Department for Public Health have developed a Farmer’s Market Manual. Click here for more information on Farmer’s Market Guidelines:

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